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805 Living: Superfood Salad

We’re excited to have our Superfood Salad featured in the January/February issue of 805 Living Magazine (see page 72)!

Super foods offer nutritional benefits that help boost our immunity and prevent disease. This salad features broccoli, walnuts, apple, and spinach – all nutritional powerhouses. Quinoa is a gluten-free whole grain and one of the few complete vegetarian sources for protein. This is the type of delicious healthful food we plan on preparing for you once our space opens at the Santa Barbara Public Market this spring. Enjoy it in good health!

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SB Digs Us!

Thank you,, for the lovely write up!  June 2, 2013 Flagstone Pantry in Santa Barbara Flagstone Pantry was launched in Santa Barbara on a hunch that the opportunity to bake dairy-free, egg-free and gluten-free goodies for a local coffee house could turn into much more. Their specialty baked goods can be found at Handlebar Coffee […]

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Flagstone Pantry, for Goodness Sake

Alma Del Pueblo Blog | August 9, 2013 In the mood for spicy black beans with chorizo and chipotle cream? How ’bout the tastiest oatmeal raisin cookie you’ve ever had, egg and dairy-free? Flagstone Pantry, with its honest to goodness food to eat-in or take-out, will be at your service in the Santa Barbara Public Market.  You […]

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LA Times: “Property Owners Aim to Tap into an Urban-Foodie Vibe”

Shifts in the way people seek out and buy their food are changing the way landlords use their real estate. By Roger Vincent, July 12, 2013 Traditional Southern California supermarkets, already facing growing competition from leviathan discounters such as Wal-Mart and Target, are now catching blows on another flank as markets catering to environmentally conscious foodies proffer local fare […]

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Santa Barbara Public Market News Just Keeps Getting Better

Santa Barbara Seasons Blog, June 20, 2013 As anyone who has recently walked the corner of Victoria and Chapala Streets can attest, there is certainly a lot of activity happening in the soon-to-open Santa Barbara Public Market and Alma del Pueblo complex. Recently, an updated list of vendors was released, including a bread shop that was just confirmed today! See […]

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In this week’s Independent: “Alma del Pueblo Taking Shape”

Sandwiched between two theaters and flanked by Santa Barbara’s main drag of retail and restaurants, the high-end, mixed-use Alma del Pueblo project on Chapala Street is quickly taking shape. This week, owner/developer Marge Cafarelli announced that the project’s Santa Barbara Public Market — an airy, high-ceiling space to be filled with 15 independent merchants selling artisanal food and wine out of farmers’ market–type stalls — has picked 11 of those vendors who signed five-year leases with five-year options.

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Alma del Pueblo Set for Summer/Fall Opening

Creating high performance, sustainably designed housing for an increasing population wanting to live downtown, the Alma del Pueblo mixed-use project is under construction and on track to deliver 37 residential units this fall. In addition, there is 27,711 square feet of commercial space of which 19,800 square feet is the Santa Barbara Public Market, which will open in the summer of 2013 and will offer a mix of best in class food and wine merchants. The new development will invigorate a half-block in the heart of Santa Barbara’s cultural and performing arts district.

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In the News: Santa Barbara’s Public Market Takes Shape

Have you heard the news? Flagstone Pantry will be opening a retail location later this year in the new Santa Barbara Public Market, currently under construction at the corner of West Victoria and Chapala Streets. We’ll offer all sorts of freshly prepared soups, stews, entrées, sides, dips and salads for you to enjoy in good health – along with our baked goods (of course!). We’ll keep you posted on all the latest news, starting with this from The Independent…

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