One Last Taste at the Track

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The Del Mar racetrack held a Closing Day celebration Sept. 7, with Del Mar restaurants serving samples of their signature dishes during “One Last Taste at the Track.” Festivities also included the Party in the Paddock, where racing fans ate, drank and danced under the stars while Super Diamond performed. Photos: Jon Clark

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