One South Grand Opening Celebration
Cape Point Development, along with its partners, were pleased to unveil One South with food, beverage and art pairings hosted by Southbay magazine. Guests experienced the urban beach life style of One South as they tasted and sipped their way through a tour of the new development. The tour included menu items from Little […]
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- Photographer byKristin Anderson
Cape Point Development, along with its partners, were pleased to unveil One South with food, beverage and art pairings hosted by Southbay magazine. Guests experienced the urban beach life style of One South as they tasted and sipped their way through a tour of the new development.
The tour included menu items from Little Sister, The Cove Café, Food People, and Cultured Slice paired with hand-shaken Gray Whale Gin cocktails, Barsha wine bar and Rock Harbor Brewing Co. Locals experienced the featured residences accented by pieces by local artists Brian Kingston, Drica Lobo and Rafael McMaster of the Resin Art Collective.
In the courtyard, Mark Righteous played live music and guests took photos in front of the marquee sign designed by Love This Way LA. Special thanks to Choura Events, Penta, Rolling Hills Flower Mart and Tend for making this event possible.
A bold big-wave surfer with a knack for shaping, storytelling and swearing, Greg Noll is a surfing icon. During the late ‘50s and the 1960s, he was on the forefront of the growing big-wave movement. He’s credited with being the first to ride the massive walls of water at Waimea Bay in 1957 and a 35-foot wave at Makaha in 1969—which, at the time, was considered to be the largest ever ridden. Also a businessman, his Hermosa Beach-based Greg Noll Surfboards was one of the top surfboard shapers and manufacturers during the mid-20th century. Greg serves as a living reminder of the South Bay’s surfing pedigree—a region that was, at one point, the focal point of surfing culture for the entire world. And Greg was right in the thick of it.
Food and wine editor Bonnie Graves teams with renowned Chef David LeFevre of Manhattan Beach Post and his good friend, Chef Giuseppe Tentori, for the perfect South Bay brunch and wine pairing, hosted in the beautiful outdoor entertaining space of a private Manhattan Beach home.