Pacifica Del Mar Vintner Dinner to benefit Del Mar village revitalization

The Del Mar Village Association & Pacifica Vintner Dinner will be held Feb. 29, from 6-8 p.m. at Pacifica Del Mar, Private Reserve Room, 1555 Camino Del Mar | Del Mar Plaza.

The event features four exclusive food and wine pairings. Held in the Private Reserve Room, the evening offers a fine dining experience showcasing the talents of Pacifica’s Executive Chef, Mark Bolton, and featuring wine pairings from some of the finest California and New Zealand vineyards.

Proceeds to benefit the revitalization of the village of Del Mar. A portion of the ticket price is tax deductible as a charitable contribution.

Email DMVA at for ticket purchase or questions. Or visit

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1 Comment for “Pacifica Del Mar Vintner Dinner to benefit Del Mar village revitalization”

  1. The Del Mar Village is the social and economic heart of the Del Mar community. The City is preparing a plan to implement certain the goals and objectives. The purpose is to coordinate the development of private properties with public improvements, create the Village character the community desires, promote a healthy environment, stimulate economic prosperity and plan for the future.

    Come enjoy some wonderful food and wine.

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