Del Mar Rotary Sunset Soiree

Rotary Club of Del Mar 8th Annual Sunset Soiree

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The Rotary Club of Del Mar hosted the eighth annual Sunset Soiree fundraiser May 22 on the top level of the Del Mar Plaza.

Participating restaurants included Americana, Café Secret, Claire’s on Cedros, Flavor, Il Fornaio, Jimmy O’s, Pacifica, Rendezouv and Sbicca. Local wineries and breweries serving beverage tastings included Ballast Point, Green Flash Brewery, Pizza Port, Holiday Wine Group, Prince of Wines, Titan Wines & Spirits, Verge Wine Cellars and Wiens Family Cellars.

Proceeds go toward the Rotary Club’s many service projects that support local communities as well as international needs around the globe.  Photos: Jon Clark

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