The best art isn’t always behind closed doors hanging on a gallery wall in. Sometimes the art IS the wall, and the door and roof for that matter. San Diego’s architectural history is not to be missed and is easily enjoyed during numerous walking tours throughout San Diego’s lovely summer weather. See some of the finest examples of early 20th century Arts and Crafts style in the Banker’s Hill neighborhood, or head up to La Jolla to see the awesome collaboration of science and space at the 1960’s masterpiece, the Salk Institute. And when you want to take a rest inside, make sure to stop by the Museum of Art (a building of Spanish Revival beauty itself) to see the genius of 18th century Roman architect and printmaker, Giambattista Piranesi.
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.
Who doesn’t want to try the hottest new restaurant in town? There’s no better time to get out there and find your new favorites than during San Diego Restaurant Week. Because with reduced prices for three-course menus you can afford to explore a little. Here’s some new restaurants to worth checking out: Barrio Star, Isabel […]
Heads up ladies. San Diego Restaurant Week is a fantastic excuse to gather up your best girlfriends, get all dressed up and have a girls’ night out. After all, when a little “me time” is on the agenda, nothing is more fun than dishing it up with your girls over an incredible meal and, more […]
No two ways about it, San Diego is gorgeous. With coastline for miles and natural beauty that just doesn’t quit, this town is good looking. So, when San Diego Restaurant Week rolls around, you might as well opt for a restaurant where you can enjoy the view. Here are a few that are pretty as […]
Italian cuisine, from pasta to prosciutto, ranks high on pretty much everyone’s list of favorite foods. So, it’s no surprise there are a lot of Italian restaurants participating in San Diego Restaurant Week. You really can’t go wrong with any of the options but here’s a few of my favorites: Cucina Urbana. If you haven’t […]
Hungry? Just a little? Here’s five new eateries to whet your appetite: Claire’s on Cedros, an eco-friendly bakery and café, opened in Solana Beach earlier this month as the first freestanding restaurant in the U.S. to receive Platinum LEED certification. The laid back, dog-friendly restaurant offers organic eats (natch) for breakfast and lunch. Also in August, The […]