Jason Paluska

chef, The Lark

Chef at The Lark

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Most local business owners will tell you it’s hard to make ends meet, especially in a place like Santa Barbara, where rents are high and you have to jump through a lot of planning and…

Three restaurants in the Funk Zone turn five years old

Most local business owners will tell you it’s hard to make ends meet, especially in a place like Santa Barbara, where rents are high and you have to jump through a lot of planning and…

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