Cafe hosts celebration

The new owners of Cafe Secret unveiled their menu on Aug. 12 with an evening of wine tasting from Maddalena Vineyard and tapas. The new owners/operators, Bratzo and Daniella Basagoita, shown Aug. 12, bring a South American flavor to Cafe Secret’s menu as they infuse their Peruvian culture into their cooking. The sidewalk cafe is connected to the Secret Garden Inn, a four-room bed and breakfast. The cafe is at 1140 Camino del Mar in Del Mar.
Anna Mitchell

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