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Seaport Village – Not just for Tourists

Last week, I had a chance to meet some of the store managers and owners of several stores in Seaport Village through a blogger tour with some local bloggers. When I think of Seaport Village, I think of a place

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The Headquarters San Diego – Shopping, History and more

One of my new favorite shopping centers in San Diego is The Headquarters located on Harbor Blvd. near Seaport Village. This center has several colorful fine restaurants, boutique shopping, artistic photography, artesian cheese and chocolate. It’s a match made in

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Dishcrawling through South Park

A couple of months ago, I attended the first ever Dishcrawl that Lindsay (@dishcrawlsd) hosted. This time, I was invited again to cover the South Park area. I remember when South Park was not a very desirable area to live

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Magnolia Tap & Kitchen Handcrafted Cocktail Night

Last week, I went to the new Magnolia Tap & Kitchen (where the old Bareback Grill used to be). I found out that there used to be a Magnolia Saloon on the corner of 6th and E in the “saloon” days of

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Dishcrawl San Diego – Crawling an Edible North Park

I had a chance to experience Dishcrawl, an event that gets a group of 20-30 people together to experience a group of restaurants within walking distance of each other. This time the event took place in North Park. A few

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Date Night – Vine Cottage and The San Diego Repertory Theatre

To those parents out there, I feel for you. Especially those with the young ones that can’t stay home by themselves. Date nights come rarely, not because I can’t find babysitting, it is because I don’t force my husband to

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Eating Healthy and Organically at the Red Marlin

A couple of weeks ago, my daughter and I got to try the new menu created by Alice Waters exclusively for the Red Marlin at the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay.  This menu compliments their “For Kids By Kids” menu and

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Healthy Eats at True Food Kitchen

Last week, I had a chance to go to the soft opening of True Food Kitchen at the Fashion Valley Mall. I am not to eat strange named food like kale, edamame and drink strawberry and rhubarb soda but I did. Interestingly enough,

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Kono’s Surf Club Cafe

Here’s a tip…Get to Kono’s the first thing when they open or after 12 noon. There is always a line but once you order at the one cashier counter everything goes smoothly. Kono’s is truly a great place to eat.

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Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza supports Make-A-Wish

Two things I hold dear to my heart…charities and food. Dining for a cause, is a great idea. This is what Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza is doing this holiday season with their “Sofia Pizza.” From now till January 15th, Sammy’s is

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Posted in Desserts, Food, Restaurants, San Diego

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