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Operated as a tranquil alternative to bustling family-style resorts, Casa Laguna Inn & Spa is the perfect place for a romantic getaway or a relaxing escape from work and worry. Built on a terraced hillside in the 1920s and 40s, today’s Casa Laguna is often compared the to the Mission-style villas of Spain. In order to assure a romantic, calming ambiance, room occupancy is limited to a maximum of two persons regardless of age. Accordingly, our inn would not be suitable for children, infants, groups, or events. Our guests can relax on a garden patio, schedule a massage and therapeutic soak, or take a picnic to nearby Victoria Beach. Our inn is only 1.5 miles from downtown Laguna Beach shops, restaurants, art galleries, and renowned summer art festivals. Public transportation is available just outside our door. Our inn is famous for fabulous gourmet breakfasts. We have been recognized as one of the Top 25 Small Hotels and Top 10 Hotels for Romance in the United States, as well one of the Top Ten Luxury Inns in the world. Read more...

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With historic Mission architecture, lush gardens, and expansive ocean views, Casa Laguna Inn and Spa is unique among Laguna Beach hotels. Unlike bustling family-oriented resorts, Casa Laguna is intended as a tranquil getaway for couples and individuals. Our bed & breakfast-style inn is all about all about romance and serenity. Read more...

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Jul 10, 2011 · 3 Comments

Sorrento Grille Closing -- New Concept Coming from Chef Ryan Adams

Casa Laguna management was saddened to learn that one of our favorite restaurants, Sorrento Grille, will be closing on August 31, 2011. Sorrento has been a favorite of locals and visitors for more than 23 years, and was our favorite “watering hole” on Tuesday nights (that’s Friday night for Casa Laguna management). With bad news comes good–the space has been sold to Sorrento’s Executive Chef, Ryan Adams, who plans to open a new restaurant that is–hooray Ryan–not like anything we already have in Laguna Beach. Per early press, Chef Adam’s upcoming Common Table–Kitchen & Drink will be based on the concept that “no matter where you come from or what happens during your day, you always find yourself around a common table, sharing a meal with the ones you love.”

The Common Table’s preliminary menu shows that Chef Adams has retained a few of our Sorrento Favorites, like Mushroom Risotto, Daily Flatbread creations, Rib eye Steak, and the luscious Crème Brulee Bread Pudding; but, for the most part, the menu will undergo a major change. Small ($2-5), medium ($6-15), and large ($14-28) plates will be offered. We’re particularly anxious to try the Veal Cheek Shepherd’s Pie, and the very Southern-sounding Pork Deckle, served with greens and black-eyed peas, and cider-mustard gravy. All in all, the menu we saw was eclectic, with a good balance of familiar and unique dishes. No bar menu was included and we have to say (with tongue in cheek) that our favorite martini not being available could be a deal-breaker. The Common Table should open sometime in September—we’ll keep you posted.

1. Mike Thompson Jr. said:

Riley, Go eat it buddy. Preferrably somewhere else other than Ryan Adams establishment . It's people like you that are unworthy of the quality and expertise that Ryan brings to the table.. You are like a hemmoroid and your comments are rediciculous and unwelcome. Your bashing of Chef Ryan Adams is undeniabley innacurrate and carry no credibility. You have no idea what it takes to make it at Ryan's level. Are you a food expert? An accomplished Chef? I think your a miserable person that has nothing better to do than bring negativity to everything you do. That's the only way you get any atttention. Why dont you make your own brand of cuisine and let me judge? Eat fast food. I think that fits your league and lifestyle. It's people like you that have no appreciation for talent, passion, and love forwhat people do. Leave Ryan alone, he's living his dream. Let him be. Eat elsewhere!

On Dec 23, 2011 at 10:46 pm

2. Mike Thompson Jr. said:

Riley, Go eat it buddy. Preferrably somewhere else other than Ryan Adams establishment . It's people like you that are unworthy of the quality and expertise that Ryan brings to the table.. You are like a hemmoroid and your comments are rediciculous and unwelcome. Your bashing of Chef Ryan Adams is undeniabley innacurrate and carry no credibility. You have no idea what it takes to make it at Ryan's level. Are you a food expert? An accomplished Chef? I think your a miserable person that has nothing better to do than bring negativity to everything you do. That's the only way you get any atttention. Why dont you make your own brand of cuisine and let me judge? Eat fast food. I think that fits your league and lifestyle. It's people like you that have no appreciation for talent, passion, and love forwhat people do. Leave Ryan alone, he's living his dream. Let him be. Eat elsewhere!

On Dec 23, 2011 at 10:46 pm

3. Riley said:

Chef Ryans food is wretched. He's the primary reason Sorrento failed. His new venture will only last as long as the landlord can hack Ryans's inability to draw customers.

On Oct 16, 2011 at 05:20 am

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