I moved to San Diego at the beginning of the fall semester. While I’ve spent many weekends here when I lived in Orange County, I never ventured beyond the downtown strip of restaurants and bars along Fifth Avenue each time I visited. Now that I’m a permanent resident here, I’ve slowly branched out to the [...]
The Starbucks in East Commons is bursting with holiday spirit reminiscent of a Black Friday doorbuster with endless lines of groggy and thirsty customers, each waiting to satisfy their caffeine cravings to fuel late-night cram sessions. The baristas are bustling like elves the day before Christmas Eve. I spot the embellished chalkboard menu with a [...]
Overhead, two floating pink elephants soar through the celestial skies with their long, fleshy trunks extended toward one another in passion. To my left, Samurais swiftly unsheathe gleaming, hand-crafted katanas as dusk dims the light enveloping their masterful dance of death. To my right, Kobe Bryant imperiously approaches the free throw line clutching an orange [...]
“Bar, grill, bay.” That’s the slogan for Bridges, a Bay Area- themed sports bar and grill in San Diego’s College Area. If you’re a San Diego sports fan and native, you may wonder why there would be such a place for a Bay Area sports fan base in Southern California.
A cheeseburger salad, Pop Rocks milkshake, beer with liquor … No, I haven’t transcribed your dreams; I’ve just shared a few of the items from the brand new menu at Slater’s 50/50.
San Diego has a new soul food restaurant and it’s nothing short of spectacular. Felix BBQ, with Soul in Southeast San Diego, brings a new twist to barbecue called “casual elegance.” The restaurant has all the delight of Southern cooking with the flare of a big-time restaurant.
A disorderly display of debauchery dedicated to the divine, delectable, dipsomania-inducing drinks for the decadent desires dogging the diverse denizens of drunkenness—I speak of an event none other than the cheerfully tipsy celebration known as Oktoberfest.
The intermingled food scent that is reminiscent of a fair is prominent on Tuesday nights in La Mesa.
Shine your coat, dog; it’s time to eat.
Every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., crowds of people roam Little Italy’s Date and India streets. There isn’t a set direction visitors walk; they trust their senses to lead them. This oasis where senses frolic with happiness is Little Italy’s Mercato, also known as its farmers market.
What better way to cool down than to have a shaved ice on a hot day?
Tapioca Express on Convoy Street is the designated place to get this drink, along with other food items, all while socializing with friends.