This weekend is all about dads and granddads in San Diego. Show him how much you appreciate all he does by treating him to a beer tour of the 70+ breweries in the county, a round of golf at one of the region’s 90 courses, a relaxing day of fishing or one of these top things to do this Father’s Day weekend…
Escape to San Diego for the first weekend of Spring and bask in the warm sunshine while enjoying these fun top things to do!
The combination of warm weather and great events this week will surely make your friends green with envy. After the break are our top things to do this weekend in San Diego.
The luck of the Irish is with us this year! The forecast calls for plenty of golden sunshine and warm weather this weekend, perfect for all of the outdoor St. Patrick’s Day parties in San Diego you don’t want to miss!
The secret is out: not only does San Diego produce some of the country’s best beer, we also have some of the best bars in America for enjoying a pint with friends. Every year, Draft Magazine publishes their editors’ picks for the 100 best beer bars across the nation, and it’s no surprise that San Diego beer bars make up a large part of that list.
San Diego may have an Olympic training center, but the region’s newest gold medalists won’t be found there. Thanks to an outstanding slate of craft breweries, San Diego has been racking up the awards at beer festivals across the world.
Get ready to enjoy a fun and warm fall weekend in San Diego with these great things to do after the break.
The 2012 La Jolla Art and Wine Festival returns to La Jolla October 13th and 14th and takes place in the heart of the village, between Prospect Avenue and Kline Street. The two-day juried art show has quickly garnered a reputation as one of the most prestigious art and wine festivals on the west coast.
Fall is almost upon us and it begs the question: are you ready for some football? I know I am ready for Sundays and Mondays (and now Thursdays) full of excitement; cheers and jeers; and good friends accompanied with plenty of food and San Diego craft beer. Planning on heading to a Chargers or Aztec […]
One of my favorite foodie bloggers, Kate once told me that San Diego is located on almost the same latitude as Japan’s capital. Yep, head practically due East across the Pacific from San Diego and you’ll end up in Tokyo. Or, save on airfare and head over to the 10th Annual Beer and Sake Festival. […]