L’Auberge Del Mar now a pet-friendly hotel

L’Auberge Del Mar hosted “Sofie’s Pooch Party” on the Pacific Terrace on Jan. 16 to celebrate the hotel becoming pet friendly. Humans and canines enjoyed treats and goodie bags provided by The Honest Kitchen and Three Dog Bakery while being serenaded by guitarist Michael Tiernan. A raffle benefited the Second Chance Dog Rescue.

Related posts:

  1. L’Auberge opens KITCHEN 1540
  2. La Colonia campout packs a family-friendly adventure
  3. Del Mar greets holidays with walk through Wonderland
  4. Neighborhood friends have a girls’ night out
  5. UCSD’s ‘Green Scene’ event featured eco-friendly fashion show, films

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