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Best Valentine’s Day Restaurants

Best Valentine’s Day Restaurants January 31, 2011 | Food | Read More
It’s just a few days away, and San Diegans are getting ready for V-Day – or at least the females are getting ready for it. Here are some of our favorites pics for a romantic Valentine’s Day weekend with your significant other – but make sure to call in today, as this is bound...

Sugar & Scribe Grand Opening

Sugar & Scribe Grand Opening January 29, 2011 | Events, Food | Read More
Sugar & Scribe Bakery Pacific Beach is known for many things, but great baking isn’t one of them. That is all going to change now that Sugar & Scribe, a sweet locally owned bakery has opened on Garnet Avenue. The small shop offers homemade food, sweets and drinks in a completely different...

The Lincoln Room in San Diego

The Lincoln Room in San Diego January 27, 2011 | Food, Nightlife, What's New | Read More
On 4th Avenue in San Diego’s Gaslamp district, you’re often not keen on finding a brand new restaurant. That might all change now that The Lincoln Room has set up shop directly across from the Horton Plaza exit. Convenient? We think so. Owned by La Puerta, The Lincoln Room is a newly refurbished...

The Linkery Opens Up Farm-to-Table Concept at UCSD Event

The Linkery Opens Up Farm-to-Table Concept at UCSD Event January 21, 2011 | Events, Food | Read More
I’ll be the first to admit it – I love my food. So when I found out that any UCSD alumni could attend an informational session with The Linkery owner Jay Porter, I got pretty excited (hence, the blog). You see, The Linkery is one of San Diego’s best restaurants – and not just...

Sprinkles in San Diego

Sprinkles in San Diego January 13, 2011 | Food | Read More
It’s true, folks. San Diego is welcoming the acclaimed Sprinkles Cupcakes in La Jolla this week. Though we’re not necessarily known for our well-to-do bakery bites, we do have a few locally celebrated sweet shoppes that could have kept us busy for the next few months – but alas, this...

URBN Coal FIred Pizza Opens in North Park

URBN Coal FIred Pizza Opens in North Park November 9, 2010 | Events, Food | Read More
This Wednesday, URBN Coal Fire Pizza is celebrating its trek to North Park with a “Neighborhood Social” event. The new, 5000 square foot space is opening its rustic doors from 6-8 p.m., introducing the neighborhood to its New Haven style thin crust pizza pies served on classic baking pans. Hardly...

The Best…Lunch in San Diego

The Best…Lunch in San Diego October 29, 2010 | Food | Read More
Want to get your grub on? There’s no better spot to get it than in San Diego, where you’ll find out of the ordinary entrees served noon ’til night. With the latest “Best Of…Lunch” list on NileGuide you’ll find that your average sandwich isn’t going to cut...

Spread Restaurant Has Celebrity Following

Spread Restaurant Has Celebrity Following October 20, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
If it has yet to become evident that San Diego has placed a certain emphasis on all things local, Spread San Diego will easily tip you over the edge. This local North Park restaurant that dishes comfort food with a local and organic twist has been turning heads for years. Why the sudden acclaim? Well...

Photo Friday – Artisan, Homemade Bread

Photo Friday – Artisan, Homemade Bread September 3, 2010 | Food, Things to Do | Read More
While it might not look like it today, at one time the nearly decade old artisan bread shop Bread on Market was at the center of San Diego’s red light district. The “ladies of the night” hung from the windows while the East Village restaurant, caterer and retailer was the lobby of...

Celebrate the Locale of Prep Kitchen

Celebrate the Locale of Prep Kitchen August 11, 2010 | Food | Read More
Prep Kitchen is in a league of its own, which is particularly surprising for a city as refined in dining in an area as La Jolla. While the aesthetic is more home-grown instead of shabby chic, it’s because is more about the food than anything else. The dining experience has been perfected elsewhere,...
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