Edible Santa Barbara in Los Alamos!

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Edible Santa Barbara celebrates the food and wine of Los Alamos and Santa Barbara County on Saturday, February 6, 2016.

FOR: Food and wine industry professionals, writers, bloggers and photographers, food activists, and anyone with an interest in food and sustainability.

COMMUNITY • FOOD & DRINK • SUSTAINABILITY • TERROIR

Santa Barbara County has so much to offer and one of its gems is the small town of Los Alamos (read more about Los Alamos here). Join Edible Santa Barbara as we go behind the scenes in this culinary destination and meet the chefs, winemakers, farmers, ranchers and food professionals that have put Los Alamos on the map, such as Clark Staub of Full of Life Flatbread, Jamie Gluck of Bell Street Farm, Sonja Magdevski of Casa Dumetz, Bob Oswaks of Bob’s Well Bread Bakery,  Tracey Ryder and Carole Topalian, co-founders of Edible Communities, Jesper Johansson of Plenty on Bell, guest speaker Steve Sando of Rancho Gordo… plus many more.

This is a full day experience held at various locations in and around Los Alamos and curated by Edible Santa Barbara. Be prepared to discover all things edible and drinkable in a relaxed, fun environment. During the morning and afternoon, choose from a selection of workshops, seminars and tastings, then join with other attendees for spectacular meals at lunch and dinner.

Tickets to this intimate outing are limited. Please buy your tickets early to reserve your spot.


Your ticket is all-inclusive and provides you with a full day of workshops, tastings, classes, as well as lunch and dinner with all food and beverages. Tickets are $175 plus a processing fee. Tickets are nonrefundable. If you are unable to use your ticket and contact us ahead of time, we might be able to give your ticket to someone on the waiting list and refund your ticket price, minus the processing fee.

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Where to Stay

Alamo Motel

Ask for the “Edible Santa Barbara” discount.

Address:425 Bell St
Los Alamos, CA 93440Phone:(805) 344-2852
Website: www.rememberthealamomotel.com

The Alamo has 21 rooms around a central courtyard with a fire pit, seating area and a wine tasting room — a classic motel that has been remodeled to be hip yet casual. The rates vary depending on room type. Some are suites with kitchens. All the rooms are remodeled now.

1880 Union Hotel

Ask for the “Edible Santa Barbara” discount.

Address: 362 Bell St.
Los Alamos, CA 93440
Phone: (805) 344-2744
Website: www.unionhotelvictmansion.com/

The comfortable decor of this hotel is reminiscent of California’s past and is highlighted with touches of Victorian elegance. History, beauty, charm and comfort has created a unique place to stay at this old 1880 Union Hotel. Each room is uniquely decorated to beautifully depict the era. You will feel as if you have been taken back to a time long forgotten.

Other Resources

www.visitsyv.com

www.facebook.com/VisitLosAlamosCA

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