The 2017 La Jolla Concours d’Elegance Returns

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The 2017 La Jolla Concours D’Elegance and La Jolla Motor Car Classic returns to the Cove Friday, April 7 through Sunday, April 9th featuring 300+ spectacular vehicles situated along the Pacific Ocean including French Curves.

The Concours has become one of the most anticipated and must-have “Save The Date” for automobile aficionados internationally. This years theme is Celebrating French Curves, featuring some of the best preserved and stunning examples of French automobiles.

“It’s exciting to see the exquisite preservation and restoration of these incredible automobiles,” says La Jolla Concours d’Elegance Chairman, G. Michael Dorvillier. “We are grateful for the success and growth of the event over the last decade and treasure the uncompromising quality of automobiles and motorcycles that the participants bring to our show field.”

Pricing

General admission tickets ($65 each). Children under 14 years of age are free. VIP tickets are offered at different prices and are available for purchase at the link below.  100% of net proceeds benefit local charity: The La Jolla Historical Society.

For more information on the Concours or purchase tickets please visit LaJollaConcours.com or call 619-233-5008.

Where to Watch Superbowl LI in San Diego this Sunday

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Believe it or not, over 25% of people watch the Super Bowl just for the commercials. Whether you’re tuning in to watch the big game, the halftime show, or the typically humorous commercials, these San Diego bars are ideal spots to be for Super Bowl LI on Sunday February 5.

As always, please have fun responsibly and don’t drink and drive.

The Lot La Jolla

Why not catch the gruelling action on the gridiron, then relax with a flick at The Lot La Jolla? Patrons will enjoy a choice of either indoor or outdoor viewing areas in the restaurant, bar and patio at La Jolla hot spot. Super Bowl Sunday’s special buffet menu will be offering beloved stadium food such as The Lot Cheeseburger, Traditional Quarter Pound Hot Dog, Bratwurst, and mouth-watering Chicken Wings. Buffet prices are $60 for adults and $25 for kids respectively, with an additional separate charge for beverages. Seating will go quickly, are limited in number, and reservations are required.

Drift Eat + Drink

Cheer on the Atlanta Falcons or New England Patriots at The Hyatt Regency La Jolla’s Super Bowl party. This annual event will be held at its posh rooftop restaurant and patio, DRIFT eat + drink. Beginning at 3:30 p.m. an all-you-can-eat buffet will feature a create your own ropa veja nacho bar, black bean chili, kicked-up chicken wings, and assorted sliders, all sure to please your palate. Additionally, for sweet aficionados, cookies and brownies will be offered. Guests will also enjoy craft beers, micro brews, and cocktails from the bar.

Westroot Tavern

The Westroot Tavern in Del Mar Heights is your go to place to get your eat on this Super Bowl Sunday. Guests can load up on an all-you-can-eat selection of hot dogs, brats, tri-tip and barbecue ribs with coleslaw, French fries and potato salad, plus delicious chili and beer cheese — all for a mere $25. In addition, with every backyard barbecue purchase, Super Bowl fans will receive a free raffle ticket for an opportunity to win various prizes, including gift cards, apparel and other delights. The fun times begin at 9:30pm.

The Waterfront

One of San Diego’s classic spots is throwing a Super Bowl party with complimentary homemade sausages created by Grandma Nancy Nichols. Patrons can also enjoy regular menu bites such as tots, wings, sliders and tacos. And what better way to chase great food than with great drinks? The Waterfront is offering $3 pints or $11 Coors Light and Blue Moon pitcher specials.

Parq

Parq is not messing around. Guests will cheer on the action on as 30-foot ultra-high-definition LED wall TV, all the while relishing in delectable food and specialty cocktails. In addition, guest will enjoy live entertainment from aerial dancers and DJ Kyle Flesch. All the festivities begin at 2:30 until 6:30 p.m. or whenever the game ends. The best news is that there is free entry. Conversely, guests can binge at one of nineteen VIP tables. Please note that this special event is 21or over only.

Firehouse

Be warned. This is not for the light-hearted. The bar and restaurant with awesome rooftop ocean views expands its space by fencing off an outdoor parking lot to create a “backyard” barbecue party space. Guests will be able to watch the big game on a 20-foot LED Jumbotron. In addition, “Club Caliente” replete with scrumptious tacos, turf and tequila, is decked out by Grand Artique and will feature a guest chef from Rubicon Deli. But that’s not all! Your favorite DJs, a complete bar, local beers, and cozy couches or bleacher seating options are available. The memorable event kicks off at 1 p.m., and tickets are an affordable $20.

Social Tap

The Social Tap offers twenty-one 60-inch TVs, indoor-outdoor bars, and well over 30 beers on tap. Social Tap is a fantastic spot to eat, drink, and cheer on the Atlanta Falcons or New England Patriots for Super Bowl LI. There will be a DJ from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the East Village location, plus a happy hour. Social Tap specials include mouth-watering chicken wings, loaded potato rounds, as well as game day pricing on select beer and cocktails. Both locations (College Area and East Village) have dog friendly patios for that special pet!

Beerfish

Beerfish will be holding a crawfish boil in honor of the annual Super Bowl festivities. Priced at an affordable $20 per guest, the South Carolina-inspired spread will feature all of the traditional fixings, in addition to a special barbecue oyster station. Beginning at 3 and continuing until 8 p.m., pro football enthusiasts can also savor thirty craft beers on tap, all while watching the action either indoors or on their outside patio.

Miller’s Field

Miller’s Field is certainly no alien when it comes to hosting great football parties, and Super Bowl Sunday will be no exception. The Miller’s crew is takin’ it to the street with a huge party in the parking lot, outdoor beer garden, and indoor and outdoor seating. And ask yourself, “What other great place is featuring $1,000 in giveaways? These prizes include a 55-inch big screen TV. If that isn’t enough, there is no cover charge and table reservations are available for guaranteed seating.

Double Deuce

Bottoms up! Toss a few “adult beverages” back at Double Deuce at the bar’s all-you-can-eat tailgate party from 3 p.m. to halftime and then all-you-can-drink from 3 p.m. until the game’s exciting finale. An easily affordable $35 ticket includes a buffet, featured drafts and premium liquor, two halftime raffle tickets, plus access to the chips and salsa cart available from halftime until the end of the game. Additionally, all guests will take home a 22-ounce souvenir pint glass your country on.

Eureka!

Eureka! You found the perfect place to watch the Superbowl! Celebrate game day with an all-day $10 wings and beer “Supper Bowl” special. Beginning at 1 p.m. until closing time, guests may opt from one of numerous permanent beers on the list and an order of their signature Eureka! chili wings for only ten bucks. Guests will discover there are plenty of regular game day items to grub out on with Eureka’s menu. These include lollipop corn dogs, smoked chicken nachos, and osso bucco riblets. Make plans to enjoy the Super Bowl with family and friends at Eureka!

Tin Roof

Love the game but hate the commercials? The DJ at Tin Roof will spin tunes during commercials. Patrons can watch the game from one of 25 TVs, or on the bar’s projector screen. To add to the excitement, Tin Roof will be giving away prizes throughout the day, feature wing specials and 100-ounce Beer Towers (they’re actually crafty at the Tin Roof).

Soda & Swine

Soda & Swine will be celebrating the day with fantastic specials, including tempura fried onion rings, “walking taco” mac n’ cheese and chili fritos, wings, and a gridiron slider. Partnering with Italian spirits brand Fernet Branca for the ultimate game day festivities, look for a friendly game of Super Bowl Squares. Additionally, Soda & Swine is giving away prizes and featuring cocktail specials.

Pacific Islander Beer Company

Why not get away and escape to a tropical paradise? Patrons can enjoy Hawaiian-themed brew specials, including the brewery’s Pineapple Honey Blonde. Get your snack on the entire day absolutely free, plus please your palate with delicious Kalua Pork or Chicken Sliders along with Hawaiian mango pineapple coleslaw at halftime. Aloha!

Red Card Café

Red Card Café is hosting an all-you-can-eat street food special for an easily affordable $18.99 per guest. Super Bowl aficionados can cheer on their favorite Super Bowl team while noshing on unlimited TJ dogs, shrimp beignets, fundido mac n’ cheese, chicken mole tacos, as well as mixed nuts and olives. And don’t forget to savor and otherwise please your palate by enjoying any of the fourteen beers always on tap. Make plans today at the Red Card Café!

Colin Haus

La Mesa’s popular beercade bar will kick off their Super Bowl festivities with a backyard barbecue from high noon until 6 p.m. Super Bowl LI will be streamed from a four-screen TV matrix, while The Carver, Coal & Barrel food truck will supply mouth-watering smoked meats and barbecue style bites. There will be a complimentary entry to the Coin Haus football squares competition and football beer pong.

The Holding Company

Be sure to head on over to Ocean Beach for this year’s Super Bowl party! Clean out your closet beforehand and ring along your unwanted Chargers hats, shirts, jerseys and other paraphernalia or souvenirs for donation, and The Holding Company will ship it up to LA for those who are in need. Of course, there will be specials on food and drinks all throughout during the game. The Super Bowl party will be followed by a 9 p.m. acoustic show from Hellogoodbye. Tickets for the show are a mere $15 in addition to a $2 online processing fee. Enjoy Super Bowl Sunday at The Holding Company!

Celebrate the Chinese New Year at Mandarin House in La Jolla!

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For well over 30 years, the Mandarin House, conveniently located on La Jolla Boulevard, has been a venerated place to eat among locals and visitors alike to the seaside community. Whether opting for a light lunch, a romantic dinner for couples, or a large gathering, the Mandarin House invites patrons to pass through its red doors and relax in comfortable booths where you can enjoy exceptionally friendly service as well as a delightful selection of Mandarin Szechuan food. The menu features lunch specials and family-style dinners, as well as a wide range of appetizers and entrees. Some of these include noodles and rice, vegetables, beef, poultry, and seafood. To add some spicy excitement to your life, request the flaming po-po platter or even one of the many other sizzling platters. Aside from plentiful portions of food, you may revel in a variety of tropical drinks, including The Volcano that comes with two straws. For those who have a preference for eating at home, the Mandarin house has takeout menus for lunch and dinner and also delivers.

This Saturday, The Mandarin House is hosting a Chinese New Year’s, and they invite one and all!

Here are the details!

Remember the Date: January 28th, 2017 (Chinese New Year’s!) 10 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.

Where: Mandarin House, La Jolla – 6765 La Jolla Blvd. 92037

Ring in the year of the Rooster and celebrate with us at the Mandarin House for our first of its kind, open to the public, Charity Fundraiser! We will be serving up your favorite Mandarin House classic Tiki drinks. Additionally, we will be having a spectacular Lion Dance performance as well as have games, raffles, and music all night long!

Please note that the proceeds from this fundraiser will be donated to help fight the war against cancer.

To learn more and purchase tickets, kindly click HERE.

Some of The Best Restaurants in La Jolla are Participating in San Diego Restaurant Week!

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The 13th Annual San Diego Restaurant Week returns Sunday, January 15th through Sunday, January 22nd for an edible extravaganza to ring in the New Year! With over 180 participating restaurants offering prix-fixe menu options throughout San Diego County, you’re sure to find the perfect place to satisfy any craving. There’s some fantastic La Jolla Restaurants participating, and we’ve added them to this list so you can map out your eatery destinations.

San Diego Restaurant Week is proud to announce a very delicious partnership for January 2017 as many of the San Diego Restaurant Week restaurants team up with local Girl Scouts to celebrate the arrival of Girl Scouting in San Diego 100 years ago, as well as the 100th anniversary of delectable, scrumptious, delicious Girl Scout Cookies! To celebrate, chefs are getting creative with America’s favorite cookies to dish out special offerings for SDRW diners.

Have a wonderful time at San Diego Restaurant week and bon appétit!

Apollonia Greek Bistro

Fine cuisine fashioned through simplicity and spawned by ingenuity.

For over 3,000 years, Greek gastronomy has been overwhelmingly influenced by world history. Pragmatic foods such as grains, meat and legumes are enhanced by pungent, down-to-earth flavors of garlic, onion, eggplant and artichoke, as well as by the essences of olive oil, lemons and raisins. At Apollonia Greek Bistro, they endeavor to serve quality food to accommodate both vegetarian and omnivorous clientele. The chefs create exceptional dishes that permit all natural flavors to arise and excite the palate and stir the senses. Aside from traditional favorites, they feature a selection of considerably lighter cuisine with reduced fat, all the while maintaining the passion, enthralling aromas and hearty flavors that are definitively Greek.

Timeless favorites such as Dolmathakia and Moussaka may be enjoyed along with other enticing, more adventurous dishes sure to arouse any diner’s inquisitiveness. Greeks are certain that even the most unassuming meals become ambrosia when a person is in an upbeat mood. Apollonia Greek Bistro’s hospitality strives to sustain a diner’s joyful temperament. At San Diego Restaurant Week this year, patrons will be glad to know they have an opportunity to rejoice in the ever alluring and full-bodied cuisine of Greece with a special three-course lunch and dinner menu for $20.

Beaumont’s Eatery

Established in the heart of La Jolla’s venerated Bird Rock seaside community, Beaumont’s is a traditional meet up eatery for locals to assemble together and enjoy extraordinary food, hand-fashioned cocktails, as well as appreciate top-notch entertainment set in a casual, yet fashionable environment. Beaumont’s came to Bird Rock back in 2005, when the locale was fraught with struggling commerce, numerous foreclosures, and a vanishing sense of community spirit. However, since its opening, Beaumont’s has continued to breathe new life into the Bird Rock community by augmenting the development of the locale, advancing local business, and furthermore depicting Bird Rock as an energetic and diverse neighborhood. Megan and David Heine, owners of Brockton Villa Restaurant in La Jolla, each contribute their collective and profound passion for sustaining the local community and mooring the vibrant life of Bird Rock in Beaumont’s, a veritable La Jolla treasure.

Bistro Du Marche

Christened after La Jolla’s well-accepted Open Aire Farmer’s Market, Bistro du Marché allows Chef Diot to work his labor of love in a close relationship with farmers in order to integrate the optimum in local flavors for the restaurant. Led by Chef Christophe Santos, Bistro du Marché incorporates quality ingredients and rigorous French technique into every delectable dish.

Bistro du Marché is founded on the culinary notion of “bistronomie” which developed in Paris, and which has been warmly embraced in the United States. Bistronomie, a veritable play on words on the concepts of “bistro” and “gastronomie”, is a style of French cuisine that places an emphasis on the fusion of haute gastronomic expertise, seasonality, and the traditional “cuisine de terroir” found in bistros all across France. The relative youthfulness of the bistronomie effort has succeeded in bolstering French cuisine, and Bistro du Marché, now an aspect of the wave called “gastro-bistro,” raises the proverbial bar among traditional French bistros.

For restaurant week, they will be featuring a three-course menu at a reasonable $50.

Brockton Villa

Brockton Villa Restaurant is pleasantly entrenched in one of La Jolla’s original beach cottages. Their location along the seaside offers diners an impressive and stunning view of world renowned La Jolla Cove. They serve quality breakfast through dinner food replete with seasonal changes on their enticing menu designed by Chef Mareyja Sisbarro. For San Diego Restaurant Week, they will be featuring lunch and dinner courses for $15 per person and $30 per person, respectively.

Chedi Thai Bistro

The menu at Chedi Thai’s was inspired by customary, quality cuisine from Thailand. From traditional favorites to exclusive creations specifically tailored for vegetarians, each and every dish is meticulously prepared with a healthy balance in mind at Chedi Thai. They only use produce and ingredients from specialty markets in order to serve patrons fresh foods and the highest in standards of excellence in all of their meals. The health-conscious-minded can be assured that all of Chedi Thai’s exceptional fare is prepared in healthy olive and canola oils.

Donovan’s Steakhouse

Donovan’s exemplifies the ultimate steakhouse dining experience, amazing in its veritable simplicity, flawless in execution. Patrons are able to sit back and relax with family and friends, relish in the rich, established atmosphere, and allow the staff to take care of the rest of their needs. Your time with Donovan’s will prove to be uncomplicated, and your dinner specifically personalized to your exacting taste. Your professional servers are inconspicuous in their presence and yet swiftly at your table when you require anything.

Built on the traditions of the ultimate in great steakhouses, Donovan’s selects their meats from the finest stockyards and hand cut steaks in house. In addition, fresh seafood is flown in on a daily basis. Executive chefs create excellent meals using respected and long-standing recipes and techniques for the ultimate dining experience. Donovan’s award-winning wine list features selections from the finest vineyards. From a relaxed setting to exquisite cuisine and exceptional service, perfection is Donovan’s objective. Donovan’s Steakhouse will be offering a Prix Fixe 3-Course Menu for $50.

Draft Republic

Draft Republic is all about delightful, scrumptious grub and entertaining games! The La Jolla/UTC hot spot will be offering a 2-course lunch menu and 3-course dinner menu featuring Draft favorites. These include the celebrated Draft Republic Burger and mouth-watering Baked Penne Pasta. Patrons are reminded to be sure to leave time for a game or three of Ping-Pong, too!

Duke’s La Jolla

Duke’s La Jolla is named in honor of native Hawaiian Duke Kahanamoku, an Olympic swimming and water polo medallist, as well as the father of contemporary surfing. Overlooking spectacular and world renowned La Jolla Cove, Duke’s serves unpretentiously and with pleasant hospitality along with fashionable, present-day interpretations of traditional island plates. As a tribute to the beach lifestyles of Hawaii and Southern California, Duke’s rejoices in celebrating family, magnificent sights, and the true spirit of aloha. Duke’s welcomes all guests to become part of their ’ohana.

Duke’s La Jolla will be participating in Restaurant Week from January 15th though the 22nd, offering two-course lunches for a mere $20.

Galaxy Taco

Comer Awesome means the freshest of ingredients, boldly delectable flavors that please and tease the palate, and the fine craft of true Mexican cuisine. It also means being infatuated with the finer details of preparing delicious food and nailing it each and every time. This is because at Galaxy Taco they firmly believe every bite should be the best bite, and that each and every precious day deserves to be toasted with only the most enchanting and appealing cocktails. So bienvenido! Explore their menus, give a few things a go, but most importantly of all, be prepared to have an exceptionally awesome time. After all, you are what you eat. Comer Awesome.

George’s California Modern

Executive chef, partner, and chief storyteller Trey Foshee, along with his highly skilled team, source locally grown or harvested products whenever possible, using them in seasonally-driven, inventive preparations that are sure to amaze and delight the palate. Conveniently located on the lower level of George’s at the Cove, their ocean view dining room is contemporary and yet equally comfortable. In addition, their outgoing, gregarious, and otherwise knowledgeable staff serve as guides to the numerous and rousing choices available. If you’ve ever wondered what San Diego might taste like, George’s California Modern invites one and all to come have dinner with them.

During San Diego Restaurant Week, patrons can savor dishes including their appealing Snapper Crudo with coconut and cara cara orange, as well as Roasted Jidori Chicken with black trumpet mushroom bread pudding, all the while relishing in their award-winning service and their breath-taking ocean view. Feel free to add wine pairings to each course for a modest additional fee. Dinner is priced at $50 per person.

George’s Ocean Terrace

One of the better aspects about living in San Diego is that people are able to enjoy being outdoors year-round. It’s a wonderful gift for our amazing lifestyle. To make things even better, when you get that desire to eat outdoors, there is certainly no better place than the Ocean Terrace, rightfully commended as the region’s best rooftop dining experience. Why not join them at a table overlooking the expansive Pacific, or even snatch a seat at their recently expanded bar for a seamlessly relaxed Southern California lunch or dinner with a million dollar view.

For San Diego Week, their three course lunch menus are $20 and $30 per person.

Herringbone

Herringbone’s welcomes one and all to their delightfully ambient establishment, where lounge style tunes fill the relaxed air, and where the kitchen serves up exclusive takes on meat and delicious seafood. There’s truly a reason why Herringbone is rapidly assuming its rightful place among Southern California’s coastal towns.

At Herringbone, they take pleasure in pairing fresh seafood and quality meat choices along with seasonal produce to create delectable dishes that place a concerted emphasis on the collective flavors. With exciting twists on classic concepts, their farm fresh cuisine emanates from a kitchen steered by Chef Brian Malarkey.

Nine-Ten

NINE-TEN’s enduring commitment to innovative cuisine using only the freshest local produce makes the restaurant a must visit for culinary aficionados. The intimate and ever-friendly restaurant, piloted by award-winning Chef Jason Knibb (a 2011 Iron Chef America Challenger and 2010 Rising Star Chef winner), offers the picture-perfect amalgamation of sophistication and casual stylishness, as well as an idyllic location along Prospect Street. Patrons are able to revel in the best of the local harvest from artisan farmers, where fresh produce is selected on a daily basis for the restaurant’s Evolving California Cuisine, recognized with an “extraordinary to perfection” rating by ZAGAT. Local fish selections from the abundance of the sea arrives daily from Hawaii and the North Pacific and Atlantic regions. Special prix fixe menus are available and feature perfectly matching wines from the all-encompassing, Wine Spectator awarded wine cellar. Patrons are able to avail of indoor dining, al fresco on the sidewalk patio, or delight in ocean-view terrace seating.

During San Diego Restaurant Week, Nine-Ten will be offering 3-courses, $50 per person, or $75 with matching wine pairings with each course.

Puesto La Jolla

Puesto is known for its ability to successfully combine a casual approach along with an original twist on Mexican street food, and furthermore knows the true meaning of fresh. Each and every made-to-order gourmet taco, bowl and salad is always freshly prepared for the finest Mexican food experience.

Puesto La Jolla is offering hungry patrons a variety of their delectably fresh dishes at can’t pass-it-up prices during San Diego Restaurant Week.

The Grill at Torrey Pines

Providing guests with an exclusive scenic view of the iconic Torrey Pines Golf Course, The Grill is the quintessential popular dining destination located at The Lodge at Torrey Pines. A preferred place for gathering with friends and family, The Grill extends their invitation to locals and visitors alike to relax beside cozy fire pits, try tasty local craft beers beneath a clever and artfully designed trellis, and appreciate delicious meals from the restaurant’s custom-built wood-burning suite. The latter serves as the foundation for nationally celebrated Executive Chef Jeff Jackson’s slow-cooked, farm fresh menu. Whether coming together for breakfast, lunch or dinner, The Grill’s hospitable atmosphere and considerate team always assure a memorable experience for guests, as well as an enduring dedication to utilizing local ingredients, sound craftsmanship, and the creative spirit that California is known for throughout the world.

The Marine Room

Located in La Jolla at one of the more picturesque locales in the world, San Diegans have adored and honored the tradition of dining at The Marine Room in excess of 70 years. The La Jolla, San Diego landmark is indeed synonymous with fine dining and a sophisticated ambiance. While the Pacific Ocean waves surge against the floor-length windows, diners are pampered with award-winning cuisine by Executive Chef Bernard Guillas and Chef de Cuisine Ron Oliver in an atmosphere ever to be reminisced. The Marine Room, located in friendly La Jolla Shores, is the definitive preferred dining experience among San Diego visitors and residents, where every meal is indeed an exceptional occasion.

Come celebrate San Diego Restaurant Week at The Marine Room with a tempting three-course menu including main course options of Madeira Braised Berkshire Pork Cheeks, Lemongrass Sansho Spiced Diver Scallops, and Prawn Macadamia Dukkha Crusted Barramundi. For a mere additional $10, choose from Center Cut Black Angus Filet Mignon, Absinthe Butter Basted Maine Lobster Tail, or Togarashi Sesame Crusted Ahi Tuna. *Kindly note the Lobster Night menu and Happy Hour menu will not be available during Restaurant Week.

The Melting Pot

Have you been thirsting lately for something completely different and certainly out of the conventional? The Melting Pot has just what you need. Come take your passionate taste buds on a particularly amazing and delicious journey with their signature fondue selections, including gorgonzola cheese, teriyaki-marinated sirloin, spinach and artichoke ravioli, and bananas foster fondue. Conveniently located in the Aventine La Jolla, right across from the Hyatt Regency La Jolla, the San Diego fondue restaurant proffers a distinctive, interactive, and definitive, memorable dining experience for any occasion.

Join them during San Diego Restaurant Week from January 15th to the 22nd for a 3-course dinner for a mere $30. Be sure to make your reservation today!

The Shores Restaurant

People looking for one of the best places to revel in a delightful Sunday brunch, along with a spectacular ocean view, will discover both at the Shores Restaurant. Suitably located right on the beach in the Spanish-style La Jolla Shores Hotel, The Shores Restaurant serves Sunday brunch and breakfast, lunch and dinner on a daily basis. Menus feature Southern California fresh produce as well as specialty items from the Pacific and Atlantic coasts. Whether people have a preference for a family meal, or a delightfully romantic dinner for two, they are sure to take delight in the welcoming service along with the surf, or even the California sunset in the background.

San Diego Weekend Events | Nov 11 – 13

There’s plenty happening this weekend in beautiful, sunny San Diego – from Opening Day of Bing Crosby season at Del Mar to San Diego Music Thing and Veteran’s Day festivities, we’ve got you covered. Don’t miss out on anything! Be sure to check ticket availability prior to attending any ticketed event.  Continue reading

14th Annual Celebrate the Craft Returns to the Lodge at Torrey Pines

celebrate the craftThe 14th annual Celebrate the Craft returns to the Lodge at Torrey Pines for its fourteenth year on October 30, 2016 from 11:30am-3pm. This is your opportunity to experience one of Southern California’s premier showcases for regionally grown ingredients and innovative cooking and winemaking. Hear the stories behind growing, designing, and carefully preparing your food from the people behind it all—and of course, taste it yourself! Continue reading

San Diego Weekend Events | Oct 21 – 23


Halloween is almost here! This weekend’s activities are already ramping up the ‘creep’ factor – from a Haunted Birch Aquarium to HauntFest on Main, there’s plenty to keep you busy. Here are our top San Diego weekend events! Be sure to check ticket availability and website info prior to attending any event. Continue reading