Fleet Feet Monterey Is Hiring

Posted on September 18th, 2021 by Fleet Feet Monterey

Fleet Feet Monterey is Now Hiring a Retail Sales Associate. Our sales associates recommend gear and products that a customer will use to cross their next finish line, regardless of what that looks like. This position is always going above and beyond to take care of our customers and community.

Fleet Feet, located at 472 Alvarado Street in Downtown Old Monterey, strives to inspire the runner in everyone by empowering anyone who runs through social experiences and personalized solutions. Joining Fleet Feet is joining a team and a community that ignites and promotes running and fitness. For more information and to apply, please click here.

Cypress Boutique invites you to stay stylish and cozy with the ultimate fall wardrobe staple: a fitted rib knit sweater. The one pictured here pairs perfectly with our camel corduroy flare pants.

Cypress now has a wide selection of beautiful women's sweaters and comfortable yet stylish pants in stock. Visit us at 800 Lighthouse Avenue, Suite C in Monterey, or visit our online store, where you can view all our latest arrivals.

Primordial #1 Now at Current Comics

Posted on September 15th, 2021 by Current Comics

Current Comics now has the first issue of Primordial on our shelves at 400 Lighthouse Avenue in Monterey and on our website! Created by award-winning writer Jeff Lemire (Sweet Tooth, Black Hammer) and artist Andrea Sorrentino (Gideon Falls, Old Man Logan), this 6-issue miniseries mixes deep space sci-fi, alternate history, and noir thriller and we are really excited about it.

Publisher's description: "In 1957, the USSR launched the dog, Laika, into Earth's orbit. Two years later, the USA responded with two monkeys, Able and Baker. These animals never returned. But, unbeknownst to everyone, they did not die in orbit…they were taken. And now they are coming home."

In a recent blog post on their website, Epicenter Cycling makes the case for why you should purchase your bike from a local shop instead of online. We agree!

1. You can demo the bike first before buying.

2. Local bike shops offer unbeatable customer service.

3. Local shops offer professional set-up and maintenance.

4. Local shops will only sell stable brands committed to high-quality products that are popular with cyclists.

5. You can feel good about supporting a local business, your local economy, and your community.

Read the entire post and all the supporting points here. And then head on over to Epicenter Cycling at 230 Lighthouse Avenue in Monterey to look around and talk with their great staff.

Have you been on a dive tour with Bamboo Reef? Whether you are looking to check out a new dive site or diving for the very first time in Monterey, our divemasters have got you covered. We run guided tours daily of all the best sites in Monterey, including Point Lobos.

Our guides are some of the best divers in the area, and they love showing divers some of the best spots in Monterey Bay. Small group tours (max 4 people) start at $75. Private, one-on-one guided dives start at $115. Visit our website to learn more and book a dive tour today!

Bamboo Reef Dive Shop is located at 614 Lighthouse Avenue in Monterey.

Surfing Books at On The Beach

Posted on September 11th, 2021 by On the Beach Surf Shop

School is back in session, and On The Beach Surf Shop has some assigned reading for you: signed copies of "Women On Waves" by Jim Kempton and Making Waves" by Buzzy Kerbox, both of which are now available in the shop.

In "Women on Waves," longtime surfing journalist Kempton covers the history of women in the sport from Hawaiian queens to world champions. In "Making Waves," Kerbox chronicles the surfing life of one of Hawaii’s big wave legends in stunning photos and insider stories.

Come get them at 693 Lighthouse Avenue in Monterey.

Kadalyst Wellness and Physical Therapy is happy to introduce Emily, our new Personal Trainer. She is also a Certified Health Coach, Athletic Coach, and Fitness Nutrition Specialist. Emily loves working with special populations, and most of her experience is with spinal cord injuries and chronic conditions.

Emily attended the University of West Florida, where she obtained her B.S in Exercise Science, and she hopes one day to become a Doctor of Physical Therapy. In her free time, you can find her working in the garden, hiking, and playing with her dog.

Kadalyst Physical Therapy is located at 191 Lighthouse Avenue, Suite B in Monterey.

Om Studios announces our Spring 2022 Yoga Teacher Training, held February - June. Om Studios Teacher Training guides you in exploring the boundless world of yoga while learning to skillfully teach the content most meaningful to you. Lindsay Wetterau and Lynn Cordell combine their decades of experience and diverse training backgrounds to provide a program that teaches you to learn both the science of the body and the philosophy of the spirit.

During the 12 weekend sessions, Lindsay and Lynn will emphasize the three main focal points of the course: alignment, anatomy, and philosophy. However, you will be encouraged to take from the material what is most meaningful to you and craft a style of teaching that is authentically your own.

From early in the course, students will begin practice teaching, beginning with one-on-one teaching with other students, then small groups, and eventually include the entire YTT class. It is the belief of the Om lead Instructors that only with ample time spent using your voice and standing in front of the group teaching will the Om student grow to be an exceptional teacher.

For more detailed information (including dates, fees, curriculum) and to apply, please visit our website. Om Studios is located at 631 Cass Street in Downtown Old Monterey.

With the NFL Sunday Ticket & College Football Package on 18 HDTVs and award-winning craft beer, there is no better place to be to catch all the NFL action this fall than Peter B's Brewpub! September 12, 2021 - January 23, 2022, we'll be kicking off Sunday mornings with football and breakfast, 9:30am-11am, at 2 Portola Plaza in Downtown Old Monterey.


Cinnamon French Toast
with syrup, butter, seasonal berries, & powdered sugar

Huevos Rancheros
eggs over easy, salsa verde, & a corn tortilla

Buttermilk Pancakes
with syrup, butter, & blueberries

Smothered Breakfast Burrito
eggs, cheese, & potatoes with choice of chorizo, bacon, or sausage

Traditional Breakfast
two eggs any style, country potatoes, & choice of bacon, sausage or ham, & choice of toast

excludes imperial and specialty ales

Pint of craft beer $8
Mimosa $8
Bloody Mary $8
Tito’s Brewer Bloody Mary $10

On September 14th, 2019, Code Ninjas Monterey opened our dojo at 469 Pacific Street in Downtown Old Monterey in hopes of encouraging students to cultivate their passion for coding. 400 students later, we are even more dedicated to granting this learning experience to more families. In order to celebrate this important milestone, we are offering our lowest price ever, $199 a month! We hope you'll join us on the path from white belt to black belt.

At Code Ninjas your kids, ages 5-14, will have a blast building video games while learning coding, math, logic, and problem-solving skills. Our ninjas learn to code at their own pace while receiving support and encouragement from instructors in our state-of-the-art dojo.

Our hours of operation are Monday- Friday, 2pm- 6pm, and Saturday and Sunday, 10am- 2pm. Learn more on our webpage and schedule a tour.

East Village Cafe is happy to present our latest: the vegetarian pesto caprese sandwich, featuring delicious mozzarella cheese, fresh tomatoes, fresh basil, and pesto sauce served up on ciabatta bread. We're adding more food items day by day. Visit us at 498 Washington Street in Downtown Old Monterey and get something good to eat!

Keeping in mind the victims of the devastating Caldor Fire, Haute Beauty Guide is donating 10% of all sales in September from our retail shop and online store to the Red Cross's California Gold Country Region to help with fire evacuations, pet safety, and other Red Cross services. Visit Haute Beauty Guide at 71 Pearl Street in Downtown Old Monterey.

Doran, the owner of Haute Beauty Guide, writes: "Lake Tahoe is our family’s favorite getaway. In winter the trees and snow are like magic for this beach girl. Some of our favorite memories as a family are because of Lake Tahoe. My heart aches for our favorite town and everyone effected by the Caldor Fire."

Siamese Bay Restaurant invites you to stop by and try our Panang Curry. This light, sweet, and spicy Thai dish is very popular in Bangkok and is perfect for a cool, early autumn night. Our chef learned the recipe from her mother in Thailand. Pictured here is Panang Curry with chicken, but each dish is made to order with your choice of meat, seafood, or vegetarian options.

Siamese Bay Restaurant, located at 131 Webster Street in Old Monterey, is open every day, 11am-8pm.

Lighthouse District Dining Guide Updated, September 2021

Posted on September 1st, 2021 by lighthouseave

The Lighthouse District Dining Guide has been freshly updated with new business hours and more! To make it easy to find the spots that best suit your needs, our Dining Guide now has five categories: dine-in, outdoor, take-out, delivery, and curbside pick-up.

Lighthouse Avenue in New Monterey hosts many small, family-run establishments serving incredible food. Explore and enjoy!

Labor Day Sale at Mattress Nation

Posted on August 31st, 2021 by Mattress Nation

Now through September 13, 2021, Mattress Nation is hosting a Labor Day Sale. Save up to $700 on Tempur-Pedic adjustable mattress sets and up to $800 on Stearns and Foster adjustable mattress sets, and save up to 50% off floor models of Sealy Hybrid Trust II mattresses (while supplies last). Visit Mattress Nation's showroom at 296 Lighthouse Avenue in Monterey.

Vote in the California Gubernatorial Recall Election - September 14

Posted on August 31st, 2021 by lighthouseave

Don't forget to cast your ballot by September 14, 2021. This upcoming recall vote will determine whether or not Gov. Gavin Newsom remains in office and, if he is removed from office, which candidate will replace him.

Get the facts before you vote: find nonpartisan information on this and all elections at VotersEdge California, a website by the League of Women Voters California and MapLight.

There are only two questions on the ballot. No matter how you answer question 1 (to recall the governor or not) you can still vote for a possible replacement candidate in question 2.

To vote in-person, find your polling place here. Locations are open now through September 14. You can also drop off your ballot at the permanent ballot box in front of Monterey Public Library at 625 Pacific Street.

The voter registration deadline for this election was August 30, 2021. Already registered? Check your address and other voter information by visiting My Voter Status or call (831) 796-1499. Sign-up for Where’s My Ballot? to receive notifications about tracking your ballot.