After living in the area for many years decided to take the 4-hour Vintage farmers market and culture tour. A perfect mix of food and culture. Started at Rubys at the old Santa Fe RR with a sampling of delicious cinnamon roll pancakes while getting an overview of the history of the Santa Fe depot. Walled to a lovely farmers market with a nice selection of artisan goods and local grown foods. Afterwards we walked across to Chapman University's Marion Knott Film school which housed a wealth of priceless movie posters and original storyboard drawings from Cecil B DeMille's The Ten Commandments. We then walked thru some of the beautiful historic homes to Ruta Begoraz restaurant, which is rumored to be haunted and is whimsically decorated. Further adventures took us for unique burgers and tasty pizza, followed by a visit to the grinder shop which offered a huge assortment of unique sodas, such as bacon, pb&j, sweet corn, pumpkin pie and a huge assortment of dads as well as sandwiches and tasty Italian ice. We traveled further down to the circle and stopped by several antique stores before heading to our last stop, a small taco stand with delicious burritos. The quickest 4 hours ever. Would definitely go back on my own to explore further. A must see, especially with living social's occasional discount.
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