Natural Home Goes to Monterey

Eat, sleep and explore in Monterery, California.


| May/June 2007



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Fisherman’s Wharf in Monterey.

David Gubernick/Monterey County CVB

From the Carmel Valley’s rolling hills to Big Sur’s rocky coastline, California’s Monterey Peninsula offers something fun—and sustainable—for everybody. For visitor information, see www.MontereyInfo.org.

Eating

Big Sur Bakery and Restaurant
Don’t let the hippie ambiance of this rustic eatery fool you: The chefs are classically trained, and you could make a meal of the fresh-baked organic bread alone.
Highway 1, Big Sur; (831) 667-0520

Marinus at Bernardus Lodge
In the elegant Bernardus vineyard lodge, chef Cal Stamenov pairs fine wines with local, organic cuisine.
415 Carmel Valley Road, Carmel Valley; (888) 648-9463

Passionfish
Chef Ted Walter works his genius on sustainable seafood, organic produce and natural meat at this delightfully unpretentious restaurant.
701 Lighthouse Ave., Pacific Grove; (831) 655-3311

Sleeping





elderberry, echinacea, bee hive

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