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BizHawk: Haley Corridor Progressive Party to Spotlight Haley Street in Santa Barbara

By Haley Corridor on Jun 14, 2019 at 04:14 PM in Haley Corridor News

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Ryan Carr, owner of Carr Winery, organized the Haley Corridor Progressive Party planned for Saturday. (Joshua Molina / Noozhawk photo)
Ryan Carr, owner of Carr Winery, organized the Haley Corridor Progressive Party planned for Saturday. (Joshua Molina / Noozhawk photo)

Haley Street will put its best feet forward from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday for the Haley Corridor Progressive Party.

The self-guided tour allows guests to pick up a map, stroll the neighborhood and visit various shops, restaurants, wineries and breweries, on or near Haley Street, between Laguna Street and Nopal Street.

Food-related participants include restaurants, wineries, breweries and more: AH Juice, Buena Onda, Caje, Carr Winery, Catherine Gee, Keefrider, Millworks, Potek Winery, Pure Order Brewing, Rose Cafe, Telegraph Brewing Company, Third Window Brewing Co., Twenty-Four Blackbirds Chocolate, Uncorked, and Wine Collectors Room.

“So much has evolved in our neighborhood, that we thought it was time to celebrate,” shared Ryan Carr, owner of Carr Winery.

“We really just want to highlight Haley Street, which connects State Street to Milpas, the two biggest retail thoroughfares in our town. Haley Street is no longer just the corridor between the two sides of our town — it has developed into a dynamic mix of amazing places to eat, drink, shop, and take in the culture of Santa Barbara.”

Carr grew up in Los Angeles, but moved his family to the Santa Ynez Valley after the 1992 Northridge earthquake and started a vineyard management company. He opened Carr Winery at 14 N. Salsipuedes Street in 2007. 

“Haley has a checkered past,” he said. “Some of the blocks are neglected, but it's really a beautiful part of the city. It just needs a little attention.”

The event is for people 21 and over. Tickets are $35 per person and can be purchased at https://nightout.com/events/haley-corridor-progressive-party/tickets.

Guests can check-in at either Carr Winery or Potek Winery.

 Noozhawk staff writer Joshua Molina can be reached at [email protected]. Follow Noozhawk on Twitter: @noozhawk, @NoozhawkNews and @NoozhawkBiz. Connect with Noozhawk on Facebook.