Eating in San Clemente

From new locations and ventures to established and beloved mom-and-pop places, if you are hungry, San Clemente is a satisfying place to eat. Chances are, you’ve walked by these places, maybe on a daily jaunt to the beach, but if you want to enjoy San Clemente in a fun new way, follow this guide. 

Qēt Botanicals: Food for Your Skin

 Skin Food ~ It’s a Real Thing  How we live, how we eat, and how we care for ourselves: it’s all part of the big picture of integrated wellness. Our skin quickly eats what we feed it every day.  The connection between our daily routines and how we feel is huge! The choices we make on our forks, and the choices…

The Fisherman’s an Icon of San Clemente

Fisherman’s Restaurant and Bar have been popular landmarks in the San Clemente community since 1981. Perched atop the entrance of the pier, patrons, both locals and out-of-towners, flock here to enjoy any meal of the day or simply pop in to enjoy a tasty snack or a delectable dessert. Many of the dishes featured on the menu come directly from…

A World-famous Miracle Pain Treatment Shakes off an Undeserved Reputation

Just a few short years ago, the words “stem cell” carried a heavy reputation in the minds of so many Americans, a weight that bordered on revulsion. With the passage of time, however, research has shown us all that initial misconceptions were undeserved. Advancements in this field of medicine are nothing short of miraculous – and it’s available right here…

Getting to Know Dan Bane

I am a lead attorney in the current lawsuit to stop the Toll Road, a business owner, and former San Clemente Planning Commissioner.

Lifestyle Letter

“The sky broke like an egg into full sunset and the water caught fire.” ~Pamela Hansford Johnson Every day is beautiful in San Clemente. Whether bright and sparkly or grey and quiet – from dawn until dusk, our beloved city is more than easy on the eyes. Even after dark, the ocean often dances with … Continued

Mrs Pucker in The Kitchen!

Pucker Urban Farm is an organic lemon farm located in the hills of San Juan Capistrano, California. Their organic lemons are picked directly from their trees and made into an easy to use, nutritionally beneficial four-ounce drink. It is this process that created the newly popular Mrs. Pucker’s Lemon Shot.