Give Thanks. And Let NINE-TEN Do the Cooking!

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Do you want to have Thanksgiving dinner but don’t want to spend all day in the kitchen? We have a solution for you – go to NINE-TEN.

An ongoing commitment to innovative cuisine using only the freshest local produce makes NINE-TEN a must visit for culinary aficionados. This intimate restaurant, led by award-winning chef Jason Knibb (a 2011 Iron Chef America Challenger and 2010 Rising Star Chef winner), offers the perfect combination of sophistication and casual elegance and an ideal location along Prospect Street. Enjoy the best of the harvest from local artisan farmers, where produce is selected daily for the restaurant’s Evolving California Cuisine, recognized with an “extraordinary to perfection” rating by ZAGAT. The bounty of the sea is also featured with local fish selections and items arriving daily from Hawaii and the North Pacific and Atlantic regions. Special prix fixe menus are available and feature matching wines from the extensive, Wine Spectator awarded wine cellar. Enjoy dining indoors or al fresco on the sidewalk patio or ocean-view terrace.

In keeping with their ongoing commitment to creating innovative cuisine using only the freshest ingredients, Chef Jason Knibb and Pastry Chef Jose Alonzo III will prepare a special, three-course prix-fixe dinner on Thanksgiving.

3 -Course Prix-Fixe Menu
$72 per person / $97 with wine pairings
(turkey plate for children 12 and under $25)

See their full menu HERE


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Don’t Miss the Electric Bike Festival!

Okay, so you may pack on a pound or ten on turkey day, but don’t panic. Instead, go to the electric bike Festival on November 25th. There will be food & drinks, a storewide sale, and raffle tickets to win an Ebike- so don’t miss out!

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La Jolla & San Diego Events: November 18-19

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With Thanksgiving right around the corner, San Diego area events are picking up steam as we rush pell-mell into the holiday season. Grab your honey, a fistful of money, and if you have some kiddo’s, bring ‘em along as well as you get out and attend several promising events this weekend. Have a blast, San Diego, because you deserve it!

San Diego Asian Film Festival
Thursday thru Sunday (various locations)

Times and Locations Vary

It’s that time of the year again, as the 18th annual San Diego Asian Film Festival kicks off and continues its spectacular run. The film fest showcases the absolute largest exhibition of Asian American cinema in the entire western United States, from future classics to incredible indie flicks. In excess of 150 films from 20 countries are on tap this year and will be screened through Saturday, November 18th. The screenings take place at six venues throughout San Diego, including: UltraStar Mission Valley; San Diego Natural History Museum (Kaplan Theater); UC San Diego Price Center Theater; Marriott Mission Valley; Digital Gym Cinema; and the Museum of Photographic Arts. Tickets to individual screenings will only set you back about $12. Alternatively, you can snag a 6-pack of tickets for $60, which may be used for all screenings except for closing night flicks. For the very best in Asian film, it’s a film fest you don’t want to miss! Click the link for the full schedule.

SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration
Saturday, 11 a.m.

Here’s a great event for the kids and the young at heart. Make all your spirits bright at this family favorite Christmas event! SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration is a holiday not to be forgotten, complete with seasonal bargain hunting, festive food and drinks, and of course, spectacular live shows. And don’t forget Santa and Mrs Claus!

As holiday music pervades the festive atmosphere, a veritable plethora of lighted trees sparkle, converting one of your favorite San Diego area parks into a wintery, watery wonderland. Come out and revel in the reason for the season during SeaWorld’s enthralling nativity show, O Wondrous Night, inspired by the original story of Christmas. Take time to stop by Santa’s Christmas Village to see Santa himself, meet and greet with that lovable reindeer, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Mrs Claus will be on hand during story time, and the youngling’s can share their wish list and snap some pics with Santa at Santa’s Cottage. Better yet, for the big kids, take in the holiday flavors as you shop till you drop for distinctive gifts and décor. All this and more are included in the price of admission. Click the link for additional details.

71st annual Mother Goose Parade
Sunday, 1 p.m., El Cajon

Come out with the kids and join former San Diego Padre Randy Jones, the 1976 Cy Young pitcher and 2017 Grand marshal of the 71st annual Mother Goose Parade this Sunday at 1 p.m. Understanding the value of unity, family bonding, and social togetherness that are designed for all ages, races and ethnicities, the Mother Goose Parade Association organizes 12-months a year, the Mother Goose Parade, the largest event of its kind this side of the good ‘ol Mississippi. The parade is rich in history, character and entertainment, and has thrilled and enchanted kids of all ages for in excess of six decades. This year like every year, the parade kicks off on the Sunday before Thanksgiving, and announces the commencement of the holiday festivities. Watch clowns, bands, float and dignitaries completely free as the parade begin at El Cajon and Main Streets and proceeds east down Main! Arrive early with your folding chairs and grab early parking.

Global Winter Wonderland: ‘Circus of Light’
Sunday onward, 4:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., SDCCU Stadium

Can you really think of anything more exciting for the family than 17 acres of holiday festivities? The Circus of Light makes its way south from the state capitol of Sacramento and hits San Diego for the very first time this holiday season, setting up at SDCCU Stadium from November 19 through November 26th. The ultimate in family-friendly international celebrations presents the largest display of traditional Chinese lanterns outside of China, breath-taking acrobatic performances, a host of fun carnival rides, holiday-themed activities, plenty of games, mouthwatering food and, what else, awesome shopping! Your tykes and teens have an opportunity to jot their letters to jolly Santa and stop by and peep out Toyland, Candyland and the North Pole. Global Winter Wonderland will open daily at either 4:30 p.m. or 5 p.m., but is closed on some days. Click the above link and be sure to check the calendar for exact dates and times to plan your memorable visit. Tickets are available online or at the gate and cost a mere $22 for big kids (adults), and $19 for tykes aged 4 to 12 or senior citizens age 62 and older. Tots age 3 and are free. The stadium is located at 9449 Friars Road in San Diego.

Let the Festivities in La Jolla Begin!

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It’s beginning to look a lot like the holidays in La Jolla! We are entering into the holiday season, and the festivities are officially beginning. Here are some festivities to enjoy for the end of November.

71st Annual Mother Goose Parade | Tuesday Nov 21

The largest parade in all of San Diego County is also the largest of its type west of the Mississippi. Each year, the Mother Goose Parade charms thousands of spectators and appeals to them to take to the streets of El Cajon. In excess of 100 colorful and exhilarating parade entries come from across the United States to share in the enthusiasm that is the Mother Goose Parade. Entries include impressive motorized floats, marching bands and drill units, equestrians, lively clowns sure not to frighten, distinctive characters, various performing artists, enormous helium balloons, and of course, the heavily favored kid favorite, Santa Claus. For additional details, follow the link here.

Surfin Santa Arrival | Saturday November 25

Are you ready for the Christmas season to begin? As we’re all aware, it kicks off the day after Thanksgiving and this year is no different, as Santa to busts out his board shorts and fave Hawaiian shirt to journey in from San Diego Bay on a seaplane for the 10th annual Surfin’ Santa celebration at Seaport Village. Beginning at 1 p.m. and continuing until 5 p.m., people can pose for pics with jolly ‘ol Santa on his huge surfboard, riding a six-foot swell. Rounding out the festive activities are a parade along the boardwalk, crafting activities for the tykes, live street performers, and a wide assortment of unique, local shops to keep guests busy during the exciting event. Santa arrives at 849 West Harbor Drive, in San Diego. For further info, take a sec and go, go, go here.

38th San Diego Jazz Fest & Swing X

Shrewd jazz aficionados refer to the San Diego Jazz Festival as “the crown jewel of jazz festivals.” The event is organized during the Thanksgiving weekend at the Town & Country Resort and Convention Center, in San Diego. The SD Jazz Fest is a beloved happening among festival-goers from around the world. For your convenience, each and every venue is located within the Town & Country Convention Center. There are huge concert rooms with double dance floors, as well as small, relaxed and intimate “listening” rooms. Kindly observe that all such rooms are strictly non-smoking. The festival bands are comprised of everything from traditional jazz, Dixieland, ragtime, swing, and rockabilly styles. The San Diego Jazz Fest & Swing X provides something for everyone’s taste in all things jazz. For the entire line-up and other information and FAQs, simply visit here.

La Jolla & San Diego Events: November 11-12

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Feeling that cooler air at night as we slide towards Thanksgiving? Sure, there’s a little bit of a chill nowadays, but we still have the best climate in the entire United States! Best of all, rain, shine or chilly weather, the greater San Diego area always has events to offer singles looking to mingle, couples and families. Here’s what’s on tap for November 11-12. Get out and enjoy, but consider bringing along your fave windbreaker or sweater if need be. And don’t forget our veterans this week!

3rd Annual Tamale Festival

Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Escondido

One of the fantastic benefits of SoCal is the extraordinary Latin cuisine we’re all rather familiar with. Connoisseurs of tamales won’t want to miss the 3rd annual Tamale Festival which is going down this Saturday. The Escondido Tamale Festival is a festival of tamales and all the celebrated Latin foods that have become iconic staples of California’s culture. Come on out and travel back in time to the rich history of the Spanish and Mexican settlers who swayed and contributed so much to our multicultural community. The festival continues to grow as San Diego patrons gladly shuffle on over to feast on traditional, gourmet and yes, even vegetarian tamales. Vendors will be serving up Oaxacan, banana wrapped, Dulce, smoked BBQ varieties and plenty more! You can even get your pre-orders in for the holidays! Take part in one of several contests including the Best Tamale Contest, Chihuahua Costume Contest, and the Amateur Salsa Dance Contests. A craft beer and wine garden are also available serving up fantastic adult beverages. A low-rider car show, arts and crafts, traditional Mariachis, and Latin dancing will also provide the entertainment. Bring the entire family to this free event located at Grape Day Park, 321 N. Broadway, in Escondido.

Veterans Day Celebration

Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., USS Midway

San Diego is a fantastic military city that trains, equips and serves the United States with some of the best women and men the country has to offer. Make it a point to show your gratitude this Veterans Day and honor American heroes aboard the USS Midway for a day of activities to honor U.S. military veterans. The event kicks off with a parade along Harbor Drive. Afterwards, you’re welcome aboard the aircraft carrier to enjoy live entertainment, a kid’s zone, grab some cool giveaways, and more. Military veterans and their families (up to four members) receive free admission. Ticket prices are $18 for adults, $15 for beloved seniors, $8 for retired vets, $13 for students ages 13-17 (with ID), and $8 for kids 6-12. Get out and support our veterans and make a day of it! The USS Midway is located in downtown San Diego at Navy Pier.

Collabapalooza

Saturday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.,

Looking for a great excuse to hang out and tip a couple of brewski’s? Well, the fine folks at Collabapalooza have just the event for you this Saturday. It’s all about emphasizing and highlighting the camaraderie and communal spirit of goodwill with the fantastic people of greater San Diego. The craft beer industry joins in presenting brewers from across San Diego area to throw down a good, old-fashioned party. Stop by and give your palate a treat with mouth-watering food and, of course, a plethora of San Diego’s favorite craft beer. Tickets begin at $40 and include unlimited pours from one-off collaborations and very rare releases. In addition, all of your local classics will be on hand. Proceeds from the event benefit the San Diego Brewers Guild and the North Park Main Street Association. VIP admission entry is at 1 p.m. and general admission at 2 p.m. Collabapalooza takes over the entire parking lot behind the North park Observatory, located at  2891 University Ave in San Diego. Cheers!

Padres Pedal the Cause

Saturday & Sunday, 5:30 a.m., Petco Park

This awesome, 5th annual event raises much-needed money to find a cure for cancer by providing funding for four major, world-class research institutions located in San Diego. Get on over to Petco Park, hop aboard your bike and get to pedalling! The Padres Pedal the Cause culminates in a world-class event weekend. Throughout the two days of fun-filled festivities, people of all ages, skill levels, and abilities have an opportunity to rally around a singular vision: a world without cancer. It’s an early start at 5:30, but a great time to work off the chill in the air and support research. Participants, including kids, need to register for one of several courses. The cost is dependent on the course you choose and your generous contribution. Click the link for detailed course information and get ready to pedal!

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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