The Mission is more than a restaurant: It is a concept. Simple yet inspired, the idea is to strip away the pretentiousness of La Jolla-style a.m. dining while maintaining a competitive level of sophistication and quality with health awareness.
Whoever said San Diego bagels aren’t as authentic, scrumptious or as messy as New York bagels was definitely wrong. Big City Bagels, located on University Avenue in Hillcrest, offers customers fresh, homemade, quality bagels for breakfast on the go or for a casual sit-in breakfast with a close friend.
Heading south on 30th Street, just past University Avenue, one particular establishment stands out.
Lemon Meringue Tartelettes, Crème Brulee aux Fruits Rouge and Passion Fruit Ricotta Torte.
What is this food? A pizza? A pita? Nope. It’s Lebanese food and it is even better. Off of El Cajon Boulevard, Alforon is tucked into a nondescript strip mall with little to no standout features.
From a humble storefront on Adams Avenue in the heart of Normal Heights comes The Incredible Cheesecake Company, a master of the art of one of the simplest forms of joy — dessert.
Located in University Heights, Small Bar offers patrons more than 40 different beers to choose from, all with a different taste.
After a rough week of midterms, the last thing on students’ minds is studying, unless of course an encyclopedia of cocktails is involved.
There is a lot to thank the 16th president for, but high on that list is being the inspiration behind The Lincoln Room.
One of the biggest reasons I moved to Pacific Beach was the night scene.