On Monday, Jan 30., Food Network stars Aarón Sánchez and Roger Mooking share some of San Diego’s spiciest dishes on Heat Seekers, a show dedicated to tracking down the spiciest, hottest dishes around the country. With just one episode in San Diego, the chefs of course can’t cover everything, so after the break are our picks for San Diego’s top 5 spiciest creations for those who can’t get enough of the hot stuff.
Because you can never have too much of a good thing, San Diego Restaurant Week has been extended for an extra 6 days. If you missed it this week, you can still get great values on meals at more than 180 restaurants around the county from Jan. 22 – 27.
With breathtaking views of the coast and some of San Diego’s most celebrated chefs, you don’t need much of an excuse to head to seaside La Jolla for dinner. Fortunately, thanks to San Diego Restaurant Week, you can indulge in a luxurious meal at a fraction of the regular price. If the echoing barks of La Jolla’s most famous residents call to you like a siren’s song, top off your day in La Jolla with a delicious dinner at one of these top spots.
Frugal foodies, rejoice – San Diego’s Restaurant Week is back! Kicking off on Jan. 15 and running through Jan. 20, Restaurant Week offers visitors and locals alike the chance to enjoy a full three-course dinner or two-course lunch at a super discounted price. More than 180 restaurants around San Diego County participate in Restaurant Week, so choosing which spots to visit can be daunting. After the break are three picks in downtown San Diego that are sure to please…
San Diego is one the best places in the world for getting out and getting active. Even in January, daytime temperatures are mild enough so that a light jacket will be enough to shield you from the winter chill. And with landscapes that range from rolling desert hills to rocky seaside cliffs, hiking in San Diego is a great way to get some exercise that offers much better views than the treadmill at your local gym.
If you’re heading to San Diego this winter, you might start feeling a little nostalgic. Not because of the Victorian buildings decked out in classic holiday decor, but because of the great 80s and 90s-era bands gracing San Diego stages during December and January.
Today is National Cupcake Day, and if you need help deciding where to celebrate, San Diego’s seaside village of La Jolla is the perfect stop. From traditional favorites to organic and unusual flavor combos, cupcake lovers won’t be disappointed with either of these tasty options.
The holiday season is upon us, and a great place to soak up the season is Balboa Park. With more than a dozen amazing museums, Balboa Park is a joyous place any time of year. But if you’re looking for a festive exhibition with a side of Santa, you won’t want to miss these museums this December
With weather this perfect, it’s hard to stay indoors in San Diego. From hiking and biking to rockclimbing and horseback riding, there tons of adventures to be had. Join me on a video tour of some of my favorite ways to explore San Diego’s great outdoors.
In San Diego, nothing pairs better with a holiday meal than a local craft beer. Whether you enjoy one while taking in the view from your hotel balcony or pick up a few to take home as a souvenir, visitors can find a little taste of San Diego in the special seasonal releases from the regions celebrated craft brewers.