Life in San Diego is sweet, and not just because of the great weather. Today is National Dessert Day, but you don’t need an excuse to indulge in the delicious treats from these dessert-first restaurants.
Pop culture doesn’t always paint a pretty picture for the single gal on Valentine’s Day. But let’s be honest, who needs roses and stuffy restaurants when you have dance clubs and desserts? Being single is fun, and San Diego is a perfect place to be reminded of this. After all, Travel + Leisure Magazine readers voted San Diego #2 city for most attractive people. Between beautiful weather and beautiful people, San Diego is always in love. So this Valentine’s Day, San Diego salutes the single ladies and their right to flirt, be fierce, and eat an entire bowl of chocolate fondue.
Whether you’re still recovering from the Halloween sugar comma or just can’t get enough of the sweet stuff, Chocolate at the San Diego Natural History Museum tempts visitors to its galleries with delicious exhibition that explores the the history, science and culture around one of the world’s most popular treats.
As little ghosts and goblins come out to play and traipse from house to house in their sugar-fueled quest on October 31, it’s hard for the grown-ups not to feel just a little bit envious. Just because we’ve grown older doesn’t mean we have outgrown our sweet tooths (well, some of us, anyway)!
If you’re looking for a little sweet indulgence this Halloween, fear not – San Diego offers some diabolically delicious holiday treats sure to delight those too old for trick or treating.
Coronado is making waves in the local dining scene this summer with the opening of four fabulous new restaurants. The Hotel del Coronado also gets into the gastronomic act with the debut of a new culinary team at 1500 Ocean. From urban eclectic cuisine and gourmet burgers to savory sushi and classic English pub fare, […]
It’s the middle of spring, and what better way to celebrate than with these festivals celebrating San Diego’s blooms and buds. 1. Guests will have a full day of activities at the San Diego Zoo’s Discovery Days: Garden Festival, May 5-8. Visitors can learn about the rare plants growing at the Zoo, which is a […]
Just a bridge away, Coronado is full of sparkling surprises to put visitors in the holiday spirit and bring some smiles amidst the hustle and bustle of the season. Following are my five fav fun and festive finds from this fantasy island (say that five times fast!): 1. That’s amore! I love the Gondola Company at Loews […]
It’s National Dessert Day, not that I think there needs to be one, to me every day is dessert day. My go to dessert is chocolate. Pretty much anything with chocolate will get my attention. Below is a sampling of some delicious creations you can find in San Diego. Tell us, what is your favorite […]