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BLOCK PULSE: Gray Area – Destination: Gray Avenue between East Montecito Street and the railroad tracks

Santa Barbara News-Press – By Sonia Fernandez, News-Press Correspondent. Situated in the Funk Zone, Gray Avenue is indeed a street that marches to its own beat, from a business that operates out of an alleged former whorehouse, to a gym that people from around the world can visit to participate in the newest fitness craze. A building or two in the neighborhood are remnants of a fishing ... read more »»

Sep 12, 2012

Butcher’s Daughter Makes Good

Santa Barbara News-Press – By Tyler Blue After running a deli and catering business for 15 years, Jill Shalhoob felt the yearning for a new challenge. “Some people take off to travel; some go back to school. I came up with this idea for dinner.” She set out to transform her stark space into a cozy dining room, build a bar and attract a different clientele. In developing the ... read more »»

Aug 25, 2012

Parks and Recreation Commission Recognizes Volunteers

The Santa Barbara Independent – October 4, 2011 By City of Santa Barbara On Wednesday, September 28, the Commission recognized two separate efforts: the Rotary Club of Santa Barbara Sunrise for their financial support of the operation of the West Beach Wading Pool and Shalhoob Meat Company for their support of the Santa Barbara Youth Council’s end-of-year dinner and for their past ... read more »»

Oct 4, 2011

Butchers to Bakers 2008

The Santa Barbara Independent – October 2008 Shalhoob Meat Company 220 Gray Ave., 963-7733 “Nice,” said L.J. Shalhoob, co-manager and grandson of the founder of the meat business begun back in the 1970s, which now seems like it’s always been here. “That’s part of our secret; we totally take care of the people in our backyard,” he said, pointing out Shalhoob’s involvement in ... read more »»

Oct 16, 2008

Butchers to Bakers 2007

The Santa Barbara Independent – October 18, 2007 Butcher Shop Shalhoob Meat Company 220 Gray Ave., 963-7733 “My grandpa Jerry started [the shop] in the place where the restaurant is now, way back in the 1970s,” said Leeandra Shalhoob, second-in-command of the operation (after her CEO dad). A friendly place where quality, fair-priced meat is sold — and cooking advice is freely ... read more »»

Oct 18, 2007

Dining: Esau’s: A Balanced Breakfast

Santa Barbara News-Press – June 29, 2007 ESAU’S CAFE, 507 Linden Ave., Carpinteria “Esau’s Gnarly Burrito ($8.95) is a meat lover’s perfect wave, especially since the meats come from Shalhoob’s and are of the highest quality. The burrito comes stuffed with scrambled eggs, bacon, ham and Italian sausage and is topped with fresh, homemade salsa and sour cream. ... read more »»

Jun 29, 2007
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