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By Lucette Moramarco
Associate Editor 

Novel sights found on art walk

 

Last updated 7/9/2018 at 3:32pm

Lucette Moramarco photos

Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce member Gail Martin pours Marry Me Rosé at Kim Steel & Associates during the Wine & a Bite Art Walk. The wine being served is the result of the collaboration of Save Me San Francisco Wine Co. and the rock band Train.

The Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce's first Wine & a Bite Art Walk of the summer June 15 offered eight stops along Main Avenue and its side streets with some new and familiar faces. There were enough fresh features to the walk to make a fun evening and produce more photos than can fit on this page.

Many of the participating businesses, including Brooktown Café and Hair Lounge, have hosted stops before, but there were a few new locations with the Village News' new office on the route along with ATA Success Martial Arts.

Many of the same wineries provided tastes of their products like Beach House and Roadrunner Ridge wineries while newcomers included Save Me San Francisco Winery and Golden Coast Mead which doesn't make wine. (Mead is made with honey.)

Harry's Bar & Grill provides charcuterie cups at the Village News office for one of the eight stops on the Wine & a Bite Art Walk.

Local participating restaurants cooked up a variety of foods, some offering more than just a bite. Thai Thai's noodles and egg rolls made a meal at CR Properties, Aqua Terra at Pala Mesa Resort delivered several different versions of its sushi rolls for tasting at Murphy & Murphy Southern California Realty, Brooktown Kitchen & Coffee chef Seana Martin dished up cups of chili, and Cultura con Sabor's Sandra Erika Orozco handed out samples of artesanal chocolate at Kim Steel & Associates.

Artists on the walk included Debra Sievers, a Fallbrook native who painted a portrait of her boyfriend at A Moment of Time, and BJ Lane, who worked on a relief sculpture while surrounded by her paintings on the walls of the Village News office.

Other kinds of art were represented by jewelry maker Jan Steffen (JRS Designs) who was braiding wire behind a display of her work and the students of the martial arts school who gave a group demonstration of their moves.

The people walking from stop to stop included friends in pairs or groups as well as couples including a few new residents who found this event a good way to get to know Fallbrook, its businesses, restaurants and some of the intriguing people who live here.

 

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