7 Reasons to Get out of San Diego
Pack your bags and take in these nearby attractions from Tahoe to Los Cabos
The New York Times named Desert X one of the top ten places to see public art in 2017. The free exhibition will showcase contemporary, site-specific works around Coachella Valley through April 30, coinciding with the Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals. Cutoffs and hippie headbands just got high-brow.
This winter, North Lake Tahoe received so much snow (55 feet and counting as of press time) that some ski resorts will remain open till July 4. #summerskisesh
Touted as “epicurean theater,” the new 21 Royal inside Disneyland is now accepting reservations. The hyper-swanky seven-course dining experience is set at the would-be residence of Walt and Lillian Disney—with gold-plated dinnerware, butlers, fairy-tale trappings, and much more. But a dinner party at the Disneys’ doesn’t come cheap; the price is $15,000, for twelve guests max.
Margherita Missoni recently launched a limited-edition children’s backpack for the Luxury Collection Hotels and Resorts, like San Diego’s US Grant. The jungle-chic design, inspired by a trip Missoni took with her son to the Vienna zoo, is perfect for mini jet-setters.
Mexican celebrichef Javier Plascencia has opened Jazamango Restaurante in Todos Santos, the super-quaint and increasingly buzzed-about surf town 45 minutes from Cabo. The menu is divided into veggie-centric small plates and sustainably raised proteins for entrées, with ingredients supplied from their on-site garden.
On April 25, Southwest will start flying nonstop from SAN to Los Cabos—making travel time for unlimited margaritas a mere two hours.
This month, Vegas debuts a new stage version of Magic Mike, conceived and directed by Channing Tatum, at Club Domina inside the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. You’re welcome, ladies!