November 7, 2022
Tag: Cuyama Buckhorn
The Neighborhood Bar Has Closed
More food news: Checking out the Mesa's new ice cream shop; Loquita's newish chef; the Organic Soup Kitchen retail counter; L.A. chefs popping up in Los Olivos, Lompoc, and New Cuyama; jazz trio at Revolver; Juice Ranch's Solvang outpost aims to soft-open this week. 11
July 29, 2022
Anyone Want to Buy a Polo Field?
Plus: The likely site of Rad Power Bikes's Funk Zone showroom; some of Paseo Nuevo's owners are said to have defaulted on their debt; Loveworn's "greatest sale ever"; why a rent dispute over the Montecito Vons seems unlikely; new free tour of Santa Barbara's Old Town; the effort to get New Cuyama's L88 airport reopened; a special sandscript by John Edward Heaton.
February 11, 2021
The San Ysidro Creek Bridge Is Officially Open
Plus: Granada Theatre penthouse for rent; a tenant at the handsome new Monterey Colonial building on E. De La Guerra; the Cuyama Buckhorn's pool is opening; two more film festival awards; free e-bike demos downtown; a special message for hikers with dogs.
April 1, 2020
March 4, 2020
Historic Montecito Mansion Is Renting Rooms by the Night
Plus: Two George Washington Smith houses are available for rent; the Riviera Theatre is screening Stanley Kubrick's "Paths of Glory" to honor Kirk Douglas; expanded hours at the Cuyama Buckhorn motel and restaurant; superb private art collection on view in L.A.
November 25, 2019
The Rebirth of the Cuyama Buckhorn, a Classic Roadside Motel
The motel isn't fully renovated yet, but I made a reservation, enticed by the photos online, the news that an L.A. chef is heading the kitchen, and a desire to see a part of the state—on the other side of Los Padres National Forest—that was virgin territory. 2
October 21, 2019