One Kings Lane May '17

https://www.onekingslane.com/live-love-home/ojai-travel-guide/

“A cool little spot,” says Lawren. “It’s both a wine bar and a takeaway store for local cheeses, breads, etc. We go and sit in their garden in the evening for tapas and a glass of rosé. They also do pop-up food events with visiting chefs.” The store, which bills itself as a picnic/patio/shop, is stocked with essentials to entertain Ojai style: market totes, blankets, table linens, and cocktail ware.

Conde Nast Traveler Apr '17

Tipple & Ramble is the spot for smart kitchenware: cheese knives, ceramic herb pots and wicker picnic hampers.  At the end of the day locals pop in for a glass of Napa rose and charcuterie.  Join them at the marble counter or head to the pretty garden with wire furniture...

Bearleader Chronicle Apr '16

http://bearleaderchronicle.com/site/075-things-to-do-in-ojai/

Sune Goldsteen’s Tipple & Ramble is a picnic and culinary supply shop by day and a happening wine bar at night. It’s a fun spot to check out. The garden is wonderful and hanging out there at the end of the day with some charcuterie and a crisp glass of wine is a pure delight.

Definitely worth adding to your to-do list. And you might also find some lovely gifts to bring home.


Santa Barbara Magazine Jan '16

http://sbmag.com/2016/01/culinary-caravan/

On a warm night in Ojai, guests sip spiked South American iced tea under strung lights. The patio of Tipple & Ramble looks more like a neighbor’s bohemian backyard than a home store, especially with chef Diego Felix—who is garnering buzz all over the globe for his friendly, food-focused events—at the helm. 
 

Vogue Oct '15

http://www.vogue.com/slideshow/13361598/ojai-california-travel-guide/

Picnic shop by day, wine bar by night, this is the spot to stock up on glamping must-haves like bocce ball sets, s’mores kits, Mexican wool throws, and handmade leather camping stools. While away the evening on the starlit patio sampling the picnic-inspired menu of cheese, charcuterie, and seasonal small plates such as duck prosciutto crostini and butternut squash empanadas paired with boutique Central Coast wines and craft beers.

Gather Magazine Summer '15

http://gather-mag.com/2015/08/gathers-guide-to-ojai/

We’re hard pressed to dream up a better name for this reverie of a place, so simply enchanting are its environs. After perusing the irresistible retail wares, order a glass of refreshing vino or any one of the beers on tap and commandeer the hammock on the patio that is everything. The time will come that you’ll have to move on but you won’t want to; we can’t wait to go back.

805 Living July/August '15

http://online.publicationprinters.com/launch.aspx?eid=5b997333-dea8-4ef6-b462-24ed5fdd6ef7&pnum=112

"With a homewares shop in the front and an outdoor patio lounge in the back, Tipple and Ramble (tippleandramble.com) in Ojai is putting down roots as a place to relax while checking things off your to-do-list.  Chef Taji Marie is gradually expanding the weekend-only menu of cheese and charcuterie boards..."

New York Times Style July '15 

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/12/style/california-ojai-golden-hour.html?_r=0

"...vibey spirit prevails at three recently opened “mindfully curated” boutiques: Modern Folk Living, Summer Camp and Tipple and Ramble..."

Santa Barbara Magazine Summer '15

http://issuu.com/santabarbaramag/docs/summer2015digedition/122

"One of Ojai's latest boutiques to open: Tipple & Ramble.  Sunè Goldsteen's self-designed emporium that showcases artisinal food products, dining decor, and barware inside the store along with a wine tasting patio out back, where shoppers can order small bites , salads, cheese and charcuterie boards, and more...." 

Apartment Therapy June '15

http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/tipple-ramble-store-profile-220428

"When visiting Ojai, you must stop into Tipple & Ramble! This delightful shop occupies the bottom level of a lovely Spanish duplex owned by Sunè Goldsteen. She lives in the unit upstairs and has turned the gorgeous retail space and patio downstairs into a fun place to sip and shop. She hosts wine tastings and snacks on the patio, which will soon be available to reserve for small events. Offering small housewares, colorful textiles, and soft goods, this shop is the perfect addition to the cozy Ojai Valley..."

Rip & Tap June '15

http://ripandtan.jennikayne.com/getaway-ojai-shopping-guide/

"A charming home store with an array of beautiful merchandise including wooden bowls and spoons, woven place mats, cheese knives and enamelware. A bonus: the side patio on which you can order wine/cocktails and small nibbles. A new addition to my list of must-visits when I am in town..."

The Orange County Register June '15

http://www.ocregister.com/articles/ojai-664122-music-festival.html

"a smart indoor/outdoor furnishing shop (check its website in advance for pop-up dinners by a local chef served on the shop grounds)..."

7x7: May '15

http://www.7x7.com/travel/perfect-weekend-ojai-where-eat-sleep-shop-play

"Since chain stores are prohibited in Ojai, small, local business like Tipple & Ramble prevail, making the shopping experience all the sweeter. Find unique home goods, entertaining supplies and small batch specialty food items..."


VC Star: April '15

http://www.vcstar.com/entertainment/restaurants/la-chef-growing-ojai-roots-with-backyard-popup-dinner-series_86129232

"Two of the newest faces and places on Ojai’s food scene are joining forces to offer pop-up dinners at an unlikely spot: next to a vintage 1958 Shasta trailer..."

LA Times: Nov '14

http://www.latimes.com/home/la-hm-shopping-ojai-20141011-story.html#page=1

"Around the corner on North Montgomery Street, Suné Goldsteen transformed a cooking school into Tipple & Ramble, a "hybrid space" stocked with household and food-oriented accouterments: flatware, Turkish towels, patterned virgin wool blankets from Mexico and oversize pillows covered in vintage Pendleton blankets and made by Goldsteen. Customers soon will be able to lounge in Acapulco chairs from Aniceto Polanco in Compton and dine at Granada Tile-topped tables that Grayson Beckner crafts in Ventura when Goldsteen launches wine-and-cheese service and pop-up dinners in the smartly appointed alfresco area..."