Celebrate the Holiday Season at The Marine Room and/or The Shores!

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The holiday season is quickly approaching, San Diego. You can already feel it in the crispier air. We know what the holidays bring: food! Well, you’re likely heard about it, and maybe you’re even experienced it, but there’s really no better way to enjoy holiday fine dining than at The Marine Room or The Shores Restaurant. Pssst, take a look at what they have in store for their treasured patrons and guests this holiday season.

The Marine Room, which was recently named one of the “100 Most Scenic Restaurants in America” by Open Table, is pleased to announce a series of holiday events featuring exciting menus from award-winning Executive Chef Bernard Guillas and Chef de Cuisine Ron Oliver. These exquisite, palate pleasing menus feature area ingredients replete with a global flare. A veritable San Diego landmark, The Marine Room provides sweeping views of renowned La Jolla Cove, culinary superiority, and uncompromising and unequalled service. The Marine Room provides guests with an exceptional opportunity to experience exquisite dining at its very finest all through the merry holiday season.

Thanksgiving Day – Guests are able to enjoy a joyful à la carte menu for a laid back, worry-free Thanksgiving, where everyone gets what they want. Diners can opt from a broad selection of incredible dishes including Autumn Mushroom Cocotte, Sweet Corn Coconut Blue Crab Bisque, Moroccan Tagine Lamb Osso Buco, Woodchuck Pear Cider Brined Turkey Breast, Whole Roasted Organic Kuri Squash, and Center Cut Black Angus Filet Mignon. Afterwards, placate your sweet tooth with enticing desserts such as Heirloom Apple Gateau, Five Spice Pumpkin Torte and Gluten-Free Valrhona Chocolate Red Currant Dacquoise.

High-Tide Breakfasts – These extraordinary breakfasts are a longstanding Marine Room tradition! Delight in an appealing breakfast buffet as the waves of the Pacific pound against the restaurant’s floor-to-ceiling windows. This unparalleled repast includes such discerning faves such as Poached Eggs Benedict, Grand Marnier Chocolate Brioche French Toast and Preserved Stone Fruit Blintz. High Tide Breakfasts are also available on select weekends, specifically on: November 4-5, 18-19; and December 2-3, 16-17, from 7 to 11 a.m. The cost is a mere $48 per person for a veritable feast.

The Marine Room and its eminent Executive Chef Bernard Guillas invites diners to experience global cuisine rooted in French classics. Along with the aforementioned spectacular views, exemplary service and outstanding wine list, The Marine Room has made it San Diego’s foremost dining destination for over 75 years. The Marine Room is owned and operated by La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club, Inc. and is conveniently located at 2000 Spindrift Drive in scenic and ever fashionable La Jolla. For more information, kindly visit www.MarineRoom.com

For another fine place to dine during the holiday season, and located right on the beach at La Jolla Shores, The Shores Restaurant has announced its holiday season fare. From well-known and oft-visited La Jolla Cove to Scripps Pier, The Shores offers a panoramic views for the discerning patron. This local gem provides guests with an opportunity to partake of an exceptional menu mere steps from the soft-sand beach and experience a true California-style holiday season.

Thanksgiving Day Buffet – Why not give everybody a well-deserved break from hovering over hot stoves and piping hot ovens this holiday season and get on over to The Shores for a spread sure to gratify everyone. Guests are encouraged to enjoy an assortment of flavorful appetizers, and delectable main courses including Herbs De Provence Butter Basted Tom Turkey, Chorizo Rainbow Chard Frittata and Rosemary Roasted Angus Prime Rib, seasonal sides, mouth-watering specialty desserts, and considerably more. The Thanksgiving Day Buffet is available on Thursday, November 23, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The cost is only $58 per person and, of course, special pricing is available for children 12 and under.

Voted 2016 Readers Choice “Best Sunday Brunch” by the La Jolla Village News and recipient of Open Table’s Diners’ Choice Award, The Shores Restaurant offers state-of-the-art American cuisine with fresh area ingredients, family-friendly cuisine, fabulous oceanfront views, and outstanding service. Located within the La Jolla Shores Hotel and right next to Kellogg Park, The Shores Restaurant is owned and operated by La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club, Inc., which also oversees the historic and award-winning Marine Room restaurant. The Shores Restaurant is expediently located at 8110 Camino Del Oro in awesome and ever lovely La Jolla. More information is available by clicking by going to www.TheShoresRestaurant.com


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La Jolla & San Diego Weekend Events: October 27 – 29

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Spooktacular San Diego has a host of ghoulish events in store for families this weekend. From costume contests, live entertainment, car shows, adult beverages and more, the final weekend before Halloween has a lot to offer San Diegans. Grab the imps and fairies, your camera, and attend an event or three…if you dare!

13th Annual Boulevard BOO! Halloween Parade

10 a.m. – 12 p.m., La Mesa

It’s a scary thought when you think about it, but the Boulevard Boo! Halloween Parade is the only parade of its kind in all of San Diego. The parade is absolutely free, but limited grandstand seating is available for purchase by following the above link. So what’s in store for parade viewers? Well, how about a family-friendly event featuring spellbinding ghoulish floats, just for starters? The 13th annual parade is expected to be considerably bigger and spookier than ever! Why? Well, there’s more floats, spooks and hobgoblins! In addition, there will be live music and entertainment, and of course…more ghostly bombshells! Also on hand will be unique vintage cars and costume characters. This year the parade follows a new route. The parade kicks off at the intersection of El Cajon Boulevard & Rolando Boulevard, and then takes a spooky westward movement to 60th Street. All attendees may view the parade from the south side of El Cajon Boulevard. Bring the family, join the fun, and have a howl of a good time!

Halloween Family Day
Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Balboa Park
Balboa Park bids families to make merry and come out and revel in Halloween activities in a totally safe and fun way. In excess of two dozen museums are offer free admission to kids 12 and under, as long as there is an accompanying paying adult. All through the day, participating museums will host free craft projects for kids, costume parades and contests, gallery tours and other spooky surprises, such as a 2:30 p.m. rooftop pumpkin drop at the San Diego Air & Space Museum. Children 12 and below who choose to don their costumes to the Family Day event may partake of a ride on the renowned Balboa Park Carousel absolute free. In addition, food trucks will ply their scrumptious fare, and free activity booths will line the Prado and Plaza de Panama. There will also be costume contests and even a “Thriller” flash mob. Bring the kiddos for a great family event!

Rancho BEERnardo Festival

2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Rancho Bernardo’s Webb Park

Not into Halloween? No worries. The fine folks over in Rancho Bernardo have you covered. The Rancho BEERnardo Festival kicks off shortly after lunch and features more than 50 IPA craft beers, spirits and regional wines to tease the taste buds and please the discriminating palate during the afternoon. Get out and lend an ear to live music as you swill a brewski, play games and take part in additional activities. And what goes better with adult beverages than gourmet food? The 6th annual festival is sponsored by the Rancho Bernardo Sunrise Rotary Club and Urge Gastropub. If you’re looking for a great time away from ghouls and goblins, head on over to Webb Park, conveniently located right off of Interstate 15 in Rancho Bernardo, a mere few miles south of Escondido.

3rd Annual Halloween at the Station

Sunday, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., North Promenade at Liberty Station

The 3rd annual Halloween bash encourages families to grab their broomsticks and fly on over to the Arts District at Liberty Station for a day of dress-up, Spooktacular trick-or-treating, and music. Be sure to snag your free comics, peep out arts and crafts, enjoy a play area, kick back to live entertainment, watch a swordfight, take a gander at the Hollywood car show, enjoy a live play for kids, and considerably more. Local businesses and shops will be unbolting their necks… er, doors, for trick-or-treating. Of course, maps of businesses in this family-friendly event will be available on site. The costume contest kicks off at 2 p.m.! Don’t be scared! The event is entirely free and located at Liberty Station in Point Loma.

La Jolla and San Diego Weekend Events: October 20 – 22

Screen Shot 2017-10-20 at 4.51.31 PMAs we creep towards the end of the Spooktacular month and a bevy of things to do, here are just some of our favorite things to see and do this weekend. Either call the babysitter for a getaway date or lock up the digital devices and bring along the kids. Either way, these events look to be a great way to spend the weekend.

The Haunted Hotel
6 p.m. to 1 a.m., Gaslamp Quarter

Live Halloween haunts of larger-than-life proportions wait in every corner of the muck and mire at The Haunted Hotel. New frights this year will be sure to scare the … well, you know, out of you. For the past 25 years, this ultra-spooky fall attraction has invited courageous fans of all things horrific to try and make their way through a creepy hotel while attempting to escape from a veritable glut of monsters, ghouls and things that go bump in the night. The Haunted Hotel is located at 424 Market St., near Fourth Avenue, in downtown San Diego. The Haunted Hotel runs most evening now through Oct. 31. General admission tickets are reasonably priced at $19. Parking is $5 for three hours.

Casa de Oro Second Annual Fall Festival
Saturday, October 21 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Spring Valley

The 2nd Annual Fall Festival is kicking off in Spring Valley. Last year’s turnout was so big that it was necessary to find a new location for this year’s exciting event! The festival features in excess of 50 local vendors, a variety of food trucks serving up mouth-watering food, and, of course, live entertainment. Bring the whole family out for a day filled with fun! Hosted by the Case de Oro Alliance, admission is free. Get on over to the Spring Valley Academy, easily located at 3900 Conrad Drive.

10th Annual Howl-O-Ween Canine Carnival
Sunday, 10 a.m., Dusty Rhodes Park

Seriously, what’s cuter than more dogs than you throw a stick at than pooches garbed in costumes? Yeah, okay, kids for sure, but doggies come in 2nd. The Kiwanis Club of Ocean Beach invites one and all to get on over to OB for the 10th annual Howl-O-Ween Canine Carnival. The event features a street fair, games, music, lovely prizes, costume contests, a parade, and food. The event is absolutely free to attend. The Canine Carnival will be held at Dusty Rhodes Park, located at 2483 Sunset Cliffs Blvd in OB. Grab the kids, put on your costumes, get into the Halloween spirit, and have a blast with the entire family. Please note that all dogs must be on a leash.

1st Annual Day of the Dead Festival
Sunday, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., North Park

The first-ever Day of the Dead Festival in North Park comes to life this Sunday afternoon. The energetic festival honors the special Mexican holiday whereby the living take some time out to reminisce about their loved ones who have passed on. The free event features live music, a tequila tasting and cerveza cantina (beer!), a variety of food trucks, craft workshops, artisan vendors, and awesome Dia De Los Muertos-style face painting. In addition, a community altar is available to pay tribute to the departed souls of loved ones and friends who have gone on before us. Oh, the first 100 individuals to arrive to the Cantina will received awesome Day of the Dead goodie bags! Woot! Bring the family to this free event located at 3803 Ray Street in San Diego (between University Avenue and North Park Way). If you’re so inclined, $15 tickets get you entry to the Cantina which includes Mezcal and Tequila tasting, and a 12 ounce pour of SouthNorte Beer Co. Either way, it’s all good!

Stone Craft Beer & Cheese Pairing
Sunday, 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Beer and Cheese. Wow, what pairs better?! Well, peep this: Some of the country’s finest cheeses encounter some of San Diego’s best craft beer at this exclusive pairing festival. Come on by and sip on Stone’s iconic brews while tasting decadent artisanal cheeses. A $55 ticket includes (count ‘em) 15 three ounce craft beer pours, unlimited tastes of cheeses (yes!), and a commemorative glass to tote on back to la casa. Tickets for designated drivers are only $25. Please note that this craft beer and cheese event is strictly 21 and over. Be sure to bring your ID. No exceptions. The fun and entertaining event is at Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens (Liberty Station), located at 1999 Citracado Parkway in Escondido. See ya there!

Spend Your Holiday’s at The Shores!

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The Shores Restaurant, conveniently located right on the scenic beach at La Jolla Shores, is pleased to announce and invite guests to its seasonal offerings of 2017. Patrons to The Shores will be treated to joyful holiday menus, a gift wrapping offer on the house, and, of course, a simply astounding location to host your oceanfront holiday party. An iconic jewel, The Shores offers panoramic views from renowned La Jolla Cove to Scripps Pier. Guests will marvel at an opportunity to feast mere steps from the beach and experience a California-style holiday season. For 2017, The Shores offers you:

  • Thanksgiving Day Buffet: The holiday season can be stressful, so why not consider giving yourself a much need break from cooking this year and come on out to The Shores for a veritable spread of Thanksgiving bounty designed to please the discriminating palate. Relish in a variety of flavorful appetizers, delicious main courses, including Herbs De Provence Butter Basted Tom Turkey, Chorizo Rainbow Chard Frittata and Rosemary Roasted Angus Prime Rib, autumn sides, scrumptious, mouthwatering desserts and considerably more. Come avail of The Thanksgiving Day Buffet on Thursday, November 23, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The cost is only $58 per person and, of course, special pricing is available for kids 12 and under. 
  • Holiday Parties: What better way to celebrate the holidays than in one of the more inspired of settings in all of California at the oceanfront Shores Restaurant. This year, surprise your guests and loved ones to a spectacular surfside view treat and a distinctive two-course menu beginning at $29 per person for lunch and $37 per person for dinner. Menus consist of seasonal specialties specifically crafted by Executive Chef Bernard Guillas and Chef de Cuisine Percy Oani. Make plans today and reserve your preferred date by calling 858.456.0600 or by emailing: ShoresDining@TheShoresRestaurant.com.
  • “Wrap It Up” Free Gift Wrapping: For the absolute finest in gift wrapping, The Shores Restaurant is bringing back its ever popular “Wrap It Up” holiday offer. Beginning Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, November 24, and running through December 22, guests will be able to enjoy two courtesy gift wrappings while reveling in a delectable lunch or dinner in the dining room. The Shores Restaurant offers the picture-perfect place to unwind after a bustling day of holiday shopping, replete with specialty hand-crafted holiday cocktails, seasonal specials, and one-of-a-kind views of the expansive Pacific.
  • Christmas Eve: A singular and unique day always deserves an exceptional meal. Why not get out to The Shores and celebrate the spirit of the holiday season with incredible à la carte dinner specials including Mandarin Fennel Glazed Maine Lobster Tail, Jade Pesto Crusted Sea Bass, and Angus 1855 Ribeye Steak.
  • Christmas Day Buffet: It’s the most wonderful day of the year! Round up the loved ones and several friends for good tidings with a decadent Christmas Day Buffet from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.  Treat one and all to a repast fit for a king and queen! Menus include Garlic Thyme Rubbed Angus Ribeye Roast, Julian Black and Blue Cider Brined Tom Turkey, Plum Wine Glazed Bone-In Ham, seasonal sides, and for the kids, a comprehensive children’s station. Afterwards, tease your palate anew with an assortment of seasonal desserts including Gingerbread Cheesecake and Peppermint Chocolate Brownies. The cost is $58 per person and, of course, special pricing is available for children 12 and under.
  • New Year’s Eve Dinner: Before the famous ball drops in Times Square, come out and join them for a fantastic last meal of 2017. Pamper your loved ones and yourself with succulent à la carte specials such as Maine Diver Scallops, Hawaiian Pink Snapper, and Center Cut Angus Filet Mignon. Additionally, a family-friendly menu with options for children is available.

Reservations can easily be made by calling 858.456.0600 or by visiting www.TheShoresRestaurant.com.

Kindly note that tax, gratuity and beverages are not included in the price. Additional restrictions may apply.


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Celebrate the 15th Annual Craft at Torrey Pines!

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That special time of the year is upon us once again as the 15th annual Celebrate the Craft returns to the Lodge at Torrey Pines for its fifteenth year Monday, October 30, 2016, from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. This is simply a fantastic chance to get in on the fun for one of SoCal’s foremost showcases for regionally cultivated ingredients and state-of-the-art cooking and winemaking. Come out and listen to the unique accounts behind growing, designing, and preparing your food with love and care from the people behind it all, and of course, put your taste buds to use and please your palate!

California maintains a tradition of culinary modernization and invention, rich in exceptionally great quantities of incomparable agriculture. Gourmets come together every year in scenic and ever-inviting La Jolla for an exclusive festival of merriment featuring the area’s abundance and local expertise.

What initially began as a way to boost San Diego’s once declining agricultural production has now developed into a bigger event as each year builds on another, now annually supporting San Diego area agriculture and producing incredible returns for both the community and diners. Thanks to the vigilant energies exerted by area gastronomic geniuses, the notable event has transitioned into one of the more innovative celebrations of its kind.

Patrons are sure to experience all of the astounding goodies the area’s year-round agricultural season has to offer. To this end, there will be live food demonstrations from renowned area chefs, and, of course, wine and beer presentations. Connoisseurs and authorities from the agricultural, culinary, and dining businesses will be on hand showcasing their skills. You won’t want to miss the various growers, vintners, brewers, and culinary artistes from some of California’s more prominent farms, bakeries, wineries, and breweries, who will delight in sharing their exceptional skills and unbridled passions with you.

Celebrate the Craft delights anyone enthusiastic for food prepared with natural ingredients and extraordinary craftsmanship. Come join us for a warm and friendly VIP experience with a private shaded seating area to unwind and appraise select reserve wines from featured wineries. Delight in adult offerings from a fully stocked full bar while you sip, enjoy and wind down with stunning views of the Torrey Pines Golf Course.

Patrons may easily prolong their Celebrate the Craft experience with a luxurious room package beginning at $545 per night, which comes with two general admission tickets and a Signature room. An optional upgrade for a relaxing stay is available and includes a pair of VIP tickets and a Palisade room that overlooks the Torrey Pines Golf Course for only $745 a night. There is a limited availability so be sure to reserve today!

For those opting to simply enjoy the day’s festivities, all inclusive tickets are a mere $135 per person. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Slow Food Urban San Diego. For convenience, you may avail of your tickets HERE now.

La Jolla & San Diego Weekend Events: October 13-15

Screen Shot 2017-10-13 at 10.57.23 AMWe’re knee-deep into October and Halloween looms like a goose bump on a forearm. If you’re lurking for something to do this weekend, look no further than our crystal ball of outstanding and upcoming events for the family or just going it alone. Please proceed at your own risk.

Haunted Trail at Balboa Park

Saturday & Sunday, 7 p.m. – 11 p.m.

Enter the Haunted Trail at Balboa Park at your own risk! But first enter the maze …and see if you can find your way out (15 minutes?). The maze is included with your general admission purchase. Then take an eerie stroll through the twisted grove of pines and gnarled oaks. But be forewarned, you better have eyes in the back of your head because you just never know… This one mile trail of terror and thrills will test your mettle. The horrific, hair-raising haunt will leave you howling with fright and is not recommended for children under 10, nor those who are faint of heart. Emergency exits are available. There is also an additional maze called “The eXperiment”, where for five additional bones you can experience in excess of 3500 square feet of freak-infested dread. The Haunted Trail runs each and every night except Mondays and Tuesdays, and then daily from October 18 through October 31 (except Monday, October 23). Tickets are a scant $25 for general admission (cash only at the gate), but also available online to avoid the queue, and $10 – $15 extra for a Fastpass upgrade. The Haunted Trail is located at Balboa Park at 6th and Juniper. They’ll be lurking for you! Bawahahahahahaha.

40th Annual Fall Arts & Craft Fair

Saturday & Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. (4 p.m. Sunday)

The weekend is shaping up to be a blast at the Fall Arts and Craft Fair! Come out and check out over 125 exclusive vendors from all around SoCal. Each and every work is finely hand-crafted and actually sold by the artists and crafters (hint: negotiate!).  Such items as handmade jewelry, soaps, paintings and sculpture, local honey, clothing, pottery, items for the home and garden and more will be on hand. Oh, and to tease the palate, how about the multiple wine tasting areas, food court, winery village shops, and cafe and coffee shop? Sounds good to us! Wine will be available by the glass or bottle (we’ll have the latter, thank you very much). The annual Fall Arts and Crafts Fair is truly a popular San Diego tradition, and a veritable ALL-Artisan fair. There will also be live music, as well as parking and a shuttle. Bring the family! Kindly note that this is a NO dog event. And please, no outside food or beverages. The fair is absolutely free at the Bernardo Winery and is located at 13330 Paseo del Verano Norte in San Diego.

 

BooMont Park Fall Festival & Haunt

Friday – Sunday 12 p.m. onwards, Belmont Park, Mission Beach

Are you psyched up for the 5th consecutive year as Belmont Park transforms itself into a Halloween-themed beachfront amusement park? This truly inspiring event is a true family-friendly fall festival featuring activities for beasts, brutes, and giants of all ages. There will be free trick-or-treating from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. Special attractions include Zombie Laser Tag where various creatures will join in on a three-floor adventure, a pumpkin patch station under the famous roller coaster with an option to purchase pumpkins to paint. Kids will love the costume contests on Saturdays, and various Halloween-themed crafts on Sundays. Boomont is the happening for kids and families and runs every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in October in addition to Halloween day. Free admission and parking! Woot!! Belmont Park, as if you didn’t already know, is located at Mission Beach at 3146 Mission Blvd.

Fort Cross Old Timey Adventures

Saturday & Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., San Ysabel

Country livin’ is real living! And it’s that time of the year again for the harvest at Fort Cross! You certainly can’t beat an exciting day for the entire family for free, right? You and the loved one will gain entry into the U-Pick pumpkin patch. There will also be abundant fun consisting of cider pressing, hayrides, hoedowns, various crafts, a petting zoo for the kiddos, candle dipping, archery, a tomahawk throw, strawberries, raspberries, tomatoes, Fairy/Dino/Halloween Garden Making, and a Ghost Town slingshot range. Get out to the countryside for some fresh air for a change! Fort Cross is located at 4425 Hwy 78, in soothing Santa Ysabel.