Eat and Drink

Scoops and java, you say? Where do we sign up? ☕
The savory Latin American staple sure makes its mark around these parts. 🥟
Plus, tips to get a carton
The food hall collects six restaurants under one roof
You can still order up in 2023.
Restaurants. Beaches. Comic-Con. Charitable Causes. Dang, you’re dynamic, San Diego.
Johnston’s will open at 4628 Park Blvd., with a sign dating back to 1924.
We spanned the county searching for java gems — and boy, did the local coffee shops shine. ☕
A toast to grape discoveries — from Little Italy to Liberty Station.
X marks the spot of the secret speakeasy
Tea time, with a festive twist.
The eatery will roll back its prices to the original 1992 menu at both of its locations and raise money for a good cause.
We’ve rounded up fun, festive places to drink and be merry. ✨
Balboa Park’s biggest event of the year is back in its original form on Friday, Dec. 2, and Saturday, Dec. 3
Here are a few ways to shop small and local on Saturday, Nov. 26.
Many local pubs and restaurants will air the matches between now and mid-December.
Check out winter and festive, holiday-themed events happening in and around our city in this seasonal guide.
The glamorous restaurant fuses French and Baja cuisines.
Don’t skip the most important meal of the day.
Guy Fieri heads to South Park with his KINDRED spirit.
From Kobey’s to some East County gems, there are lots of opportunities for bargain hunting in San Diego County.
Let some lovely local establishments do the cooking for you this holiday season.
Get ready for the holiday by planning your pie in advance.
The celebration runs from Tuesday, Nov. 8-Sunday, Nov. 13, highlighting 60+ winemakers, chefs, spirits brands, and more.
The award-winning coffee cart has a permanent address.
We hope our SAN guide makes your traveling process plane and simple.
The Del Mar Thoroughbred Club’s fall horse racing season starts Friday, Nov. 11.
The 10-day celebration of the local craft beer scene runs Fri., Nov. 4-Sun., Nov. 13.
The slow-stewed dish is well-represented in our city.
Check out these brunch restaurants, cafes, and diners in San Diego, serving a variety of egg dishes, mimosas, bloody marys, and more.
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