Wine, Food and Music

Are you into wine (the good wine I’m talking about), food and music?
Then this event is just for you!

When?
From Friday April 28th to Friday September 29th every last Friday of the month.
Events start at 6pm and end at 9pm. Food and music available 6:30pm to 8:30pm.

Who?
Strey Cellars and Magnavino; both excellent winemakers in Oxnard CA, will join their effort to entertain you with a food  truck located between their tasting rooms, two bands and obviously good wine.

<<I Live Italian knows personally the Strey Cellars owners and every wine out of their list is fabulous, many thanks to Katie and Scott for having informed of this event, will be there!>>

What (is boiling in the pot)?
Every event will be characterized by a different food theme. All of them indicated into the flyer.

Where?
Everything will happen in the space between the two tasting rooms located at 951 and 961 North Rice Ave, Oxnard, CA 93030.

 

Looking forward to seeing some of I Live Italian’s followers and friends with a nice glass of wine in a hand!!

And as usual, comment and let us know yours about it!

Non ordinary afternoon in Malibu

Yesterday in South Bay Los Angeles there was no indication of being in December and more precisely 28 December.. With an awesome temperature of 74 degrees at 1:30 pm, clear skies and amazingly calm low tided ocean, the temptation of chilling and relaxing on the beach with maybe.. and I say maybe.. the chance to play beach volley or tennis was definitely around the corner.

Leaving every option open we started with a good breakfast in El Segundo at Good Stuff, definitely a place to try for a successful brekky time if you’re around.
Now it’s almost 12 pm… what should we do the rest of the day?
Once again the big dilemma since today it’s the only full day we’re able to spend together for the next 2 weeks at least.

Meghan suggested something unexpected and non ordinary: Continue reading “Non ordinary afternoon in Malibu”

One dollar sunset

img_0707Back from our definitely needed vacation, we still had one more day left before the unforgiving jaws of the non stopping crew life brought us back to reality. One more day to rest and chill before a long stretch of subsequent takeoffs and landings would have attempted to erase all the benefits of the time off.
As a perfect closure of the day we went to take a stroll on the beach; walking along the path just off LAX airport due south through Manhattan Beach until reaching Hermosa Beach Pier exposed us to a multitude of surfers and happy beach campers busy in enjoying every moment of a soon closing summer season. Continue reading “One dollar sunset”