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Now in San Diego: Four New Spots to See this Fall

Allison Mitchell | October 23, 2020 | Lifestyle


Here are four reasons to explore all that sizzling San Diego has to offer.

SET SAIL Board Halcyon Seas’ 70-foot luxury motor yacht with up to six guests and experience an all-inclusive three-day getaway to Santa Catalina Island. Itineraries are customized to your preferences and include whale watching, snacks and your own licensed captain as you sail the ocean blue from San Diego Harbor or Mission Bay. $15,500

DINE Star power has arrived in Carlsbad thanks to acclaimed chef Eric Bost’s new executive chef role at French favorite Jeune et Jolie. An alum of Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée and Les Ambassadeurs at Hôtel de Crillon in Paris; the Michelin-starred Restaurant Guy Savoy in Las Vegas; République in L.A..; and, most recently, Melrose Avenue’s Auburn, Bost will bring his best to Jeune et Jolie’s seafood-driven menu.

MOVE IN Enjoy coastal living with primo amenities at Jefferson Pacific Beach, the only luxury multifamily community to open in the region in the last decade. A resort-style saltwater pool and spa, fitness center, surfboard repair station and more complement the property’s one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans.

STAY Following a $32 million makeover, the revamped San Diego Mission Bay Resort is back with a 4,000-square-foot pool area, 357 beach-chic suites and rooms, and the all-new Covewood restaurant.

Photography by: Courtesy of Catalina Island Company