Sundews are good. If you go with Drosera capensis, make sure to protect it from frost. It should be OK most days where you are, but I'd say you should bring it in when expecting a cold snap - just to be safe. If you're interested in Nepenthes, you should check this site out; it's right up your alley:
Halt, you should take a look at this one, too. This guy is pretty amazing - he grows Neps outside unsheltered in the Los Angeles area. I've learned a ton from his site. Basically, you can grow N. ventricosa outside in your weather, but it's best to let it get to adult size, as the mature ones are much sturdier than babies.