Walter Georis, who opened his classic Carmel restaurant Casanova in a converted cottage in the ’70s, has always loved Monterey County. There’s the breathtaking views of Big Sur. There’s the bounty and beauty of the ocean, which he often paints.
But recently, Georis has detected a change. The local restaurant scene, always strong but somewhat static, is catching fire with a slew of exciting new openings, such as Chez Noir in Carmel and Maligne in Seaside.
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