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A Traditional $5 San Diego Lunch

A Traditional $5 San Diego Lunch June 11, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
One might think that it is pretty easy to find an inexpensive, mouth watering Mexican meal for under $5 in San Diego. Sure, it’s easy to spot the Mexican mom and pop shops throughout the city, but it’s quite another thing to find a mouthwatering treat for under Abraham Lincoln. Rudy’s...

Cedros Design District: A Place to Cure All

Cedros Design District: A Place to Cure All May 22, 2010 | Food, Travel Tips | Read More
The Cedros Design District is one of the few San Diego neighborhoods that predominately features DIY designers and artists in a modest sunny landscape. Adjacent to the 101 and across from Solana Beach’s train station, the humble three blocks surface a creative haven for any design appetite. Hidden...

Italian Done Right – La Jolla’s Bistro Pazzo

Italian Done Right – La Jolla’s Bistro Pazzo April 29, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
It goes without saying that San Diego is obsessed with food. Each neighborhood claims it’s got the best in town, in whatever dish or genre, and makes sure everyone knows it. In La Jolla, it might be a little bit more difficult to claim that you’ve got the best, with nationally recognized...

Julian Pie Company: A Local Favorite Year Round

Julian Pie Company: A Local Favorite Year Round April 16, 2010 | Food | Read More
It’s not that often that one is surrounded by one of America’s greatest pie companies, but here in San Diego we’re constantly reminded of our close proximity to Julian, the coveted city that has created the infamous Julian Pie. Sure San Diego natives might love to travel inland for...

Little Secrets to Little Italy

Little Secrets to Little Italy April 14, 2010 | Food | Read More
When discovering all of the vast neighborhoods in San Diego, it’s often difficult to find the best finds the first, or second, time around. One of the hot spots near downtown is Little Italy, a few street blocks that reek of garlic, the language of love and some must-see events. As one of the...

San Diego Guide to Sushi

San Diego Guide to Sushi April 1, 2010 | Food | Read More
Just minutes from the Pacific Ocean, it’s an understatement to say that San Diego caters to fish lovers – with a crustacean obsession, every neighborhood in the county has its own favorite sushi place and specialty sushi roll to try. Harney Sushi – It’s got the dance tracks of a downtown...

The Best ‘South of the Border’ Eats

The Best ‘South of the Border’ Eats March 29, 2010 | Food, Things to Do | Read More
San Diego is respected as one of the few southern California cities that knows how to correctly mesh all kinds of cuisines. Yet one of the most popular and well known dishes in the city of sun consists of some seriously basic ingredients – beans, rice and spices. Bordering Mexico, San Diego’s...

Got the SD Chills? We’ve Got the Cure

Got the SD Chills? We’ve Got the Cure March 22, 2010 | Food, Hotels, Nightlife, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
While it’s rather dreary here – at a chilly 60 – tourists are still flocking to the city to enjoy all that San Diego has to offer, even if it’s sans the beach. What is there to do if you’re feeling a chill and can’t be bothered to don more than jeans and a tee? Here...

Top Five Things to Welcome Spring to San Diego

Top Five Things to Welcome Spring to San Diego March 19, 2010 | Events, Food, Hotels, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
So what to do when the average temperate is expected to be around 70 and it’s spring break for college students? Check out new restaurants and activities that are happening this weekend – the first of Spring! 1. Mission Beach Boardwalk – look out for “PB Celebs” like Slow-Mo...
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