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Carpinteria

Sly’s

Seafood

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Steaks

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Cocktails

Chef James and Annie cel-

ebrate nine years at Sly’s. USDA

Prime steaks, fresh seafood,

hand-shaken cocktails done

“the way you remember.” Happy

hour, daily “Blue Plate” specials,

fi ed price French menu, organic

local beef, farmers market pro-

duce, award-winning wine list.

686 Linden Avenue

(corner Linden & 7th)

... 684–6666

SlysOnLine.com

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Open daily: Sun–Thurs 11:30 to 9, Fri & Sat til 10,

Brunch Sat & Sun 9 to 2:30,

Lounge Menu 2:30 to 5, Happy Hour 4 to 6 daily

The Farm Cart Local,Seasonal,Organic Produce Stop by Katherine Shepherd’s produce stand—a hub for the farm’s community supported agriculture program (CSA), weekly fresh produce sub- scription and a handy spot for the community to fi d just-picked produce. Find Shepherd Farms produce at farmers markets. 5103 Carpinteria Avenue .......................... 698-9907 Open Fri–Wed 11:30 to 5:30

Méditerranée Antiques

Fine Art,Antiques & Home Accessories

Clearance sale: 30 to 50 percent

off all furniture and accessories!

Specializing in local contempo-

rary California and European art

(Ray Cuevas,

right

) and antiques,

representing 15 local artists. Fine

18th, 19th and 20th century

Mediterranean antiques. Selec-

tion of unique jewelry and gifts

4193 Carpinteria Avenue #6..........695-0910 store / 637-2842 c

MediterraneeAntiques.com

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Open Tues–Sat 11 to 4

Summerland

Pine Trader Antiques

French & Irish Country Antiques

and European Pine

After 35 years in the antiques

business, owner Clive Markey

and his wife Sheila are retiring.

Don’t miss out! All existing inven-

tory will be sold. The retirement

sale is now in progress.

2345 Lillie Avenue...............805-245-1998 or 805-845-2618

PineTrader.com

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Santa Barbara July 4 th Old Mission Art Show Arts & Crafts by 80 Local Artists Th s one-day-only annual event returns to the steps of the Old Mission Santa Barbara. Wide array of original paintings, jew- elry, sculpture, glass works, pot- tery and much more. Light fare available for purchase. Plenty of easy, free parking available. Free admission. 2201 Laguna Street ................................... 805-325-3308 missionartshow@gmail.com OldMissionArtShow.com

Open July 4 only, 10 to 4

Marcia Burtt Gallery

Landscape Paintings

Contemporary

artists

featured in continuously

changing

exhibitions.

Airy skylit gallery in San-

ta Barbara’s design neigh-

borhood, easy parking in

front. See more of Marcia’s work

(

right)

at Santa Barbara Frame

Shop & Gallery in Arlington Pla-

za on State Street.

517 Laguna Street ...................................... 962-5588

ArtLacuna.com

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Open Thurs–Sun 1 to 5

Stewart Fine Art

Antique Art & Antiques

Specializing in early Califor-

nia plein air paintings (Adolph

Brougier,

right

) since 1986, with a

changing collection of museum-

quality American and European

fi e art and antiques. Located in

an inviting gallery setting, park-

ing in the back.

215 West Mission Street............................ 845-0255

stewartfineart@cox.net

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Open Mon–Wed, Fri–Sat 11 to 5:30, closed Thurs and Sun

Historic La Arcada Courtyard – Shops, Restaurants, Galleries Unique Architectural Jewel in Downtown Santa Barbara Interactive sculptures, foun- tains, turtles and fl wers wel- come visitors to 24 locally owned businesses–art galler- ies, clothing, specialty shops, distinctive restaurants with outdoor patio seating, wine tasting. Something for every- one. Public parking next door. 1114 State Street at Figueroa................... 966-6634 LaArcadaSantaBarbara.com

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Montecito Magazine

Spring/Summer 2017