Glassless Minds and Ruthless Hippies collaborated at Roadside Park this week for a sweet little promo/preview clip of fun things to come in Leucadia on April 4th, and it ended up on the front page of the Encinitas Patch today!
That Thursday night from 5:30-8:30 PM will be Food for Thought: A Taste of Leucadia presented by the Leucadia 101 Main Street Association. Fourteen amazing restuarants in Leucadia will be dishing out samples and the tickets are only $20 in advance (click to purchase)!!! All the best restaurants in town are throwing down: Le Papagayo, Hapi Fish, Pandora’s Pizza, Fish 101, Robbie’s/Vigilucci’s, Juanitas, El Torito Market, Kotija’s Jr, Cafe Ipe and even some new kids on the block like Coffee Sugar & Tea, Foodie Amor, Dos Palmas Bakery and Grill and Solterra Winery.
And boy do we Ruthless Hippies have some fun entertainment coming your way. There will be an open poetry reading/ruckus at Roadside park (corner of Leucadia Blvd and Hwy 101) hosted by Hurd Sims, with guest poet Rolland Tizuela (featured in the clip up top). If you would like to read just head over to the park and add your name to the list.
As for the music, we’ve got great local acts such as the jazzy and original Mike Rudolph and the insanely funky one man band, Jonny Tarr, with more to come. And over at Cafe Ipe at 7 PM there will be a performance by Tomorow’s Tulips! This band features OC shredders Alex Knost on guitar/vox and Ford Archbold on bass, also with Christina Kee on drums. I would describe them as kind of like the Jesus and Mary Chain only better at surfing and less Scottish.