It is the eternal question of the late night party crowd – “where are we eating?” You’re rolling out of a bar or nightclub at 1:00 AM and have worked up an appetite dancing. It’s late but nobody wants fast food. And while I am a diehard fan of the 24-hour taco shop, I recognize that this is not everyone’s preference, so after the break are a few suggestions for your late night eats.
Get ready for the ultimate family vacation! During the entire month of October, kids eat, stay and play for free throughout San Diego. Take advantage of great deals at over 100 participating partners including Amtrak, world-class attractions, museums, hotels, restaurants, surf companies, tour companies and more.
Maybe it’s the crispy crunch of the golden brown crust. Maybe it’s the warm, fluffy comfort of the soft potato interior. Or maybe it’s that each bite transports you back to a simpler time, when Saturday morning cartoons and the contents of your lunchbox were the only troubles that weighed on your mind. Whatever the reason, the appeal of the charmingly nostalgic tater tot can’t be denied.
Satisfy your inner schoolboy (or girl!) with tasty tots from one of these top 5 San Diego spots (in no particular order) after the break.
One of the favorite things about my job is trying new restaurants and sampling creative mouthwatering cuisine from cultures far and near. Coronado – a bridge away from downtown San Diego – has become a culinary hot spot, making waves with the opening of new restaurants that span the world of dining.
As I’ve mentioned many times in the past, the beauty of San Diego’s nightlife scene is that there is something for everyone. Whether you’re wearing your best Sean John outfit or would rather party it up in your boardshorts and a t-shirt, San Diego has a place for you to wile the night away. Looking specifically at the more relaxed, “beach style” nightlife of Ocean Beach, Mission Beach and Pacific Beach, there are a number of great options.
Check them out after the break…
No matter how long you’ve been with your valentine (or looking for one!), after the break are our 5 to Try for Valentine’s Day celebrations throughout San Diego.
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.
The North Park neighborhood has gone through a number of changes over the last several years and has really become a “scene” to check out. With a its own relaxed vibe, North Park nightlife definitely differs from Downtown. Part of North Park’s appeal is its variety of nightlife and its unassuming nature. People from all walks of life head to down 30th Street and University Avenue when they just want to kick back and relax and have a little fun.
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.