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Check out these brunch restaurants, cafes, and diners in San Diego, serving a variety of egg dishes, mimosas, bloody marys, and more.
Explore these dog-friendly places in San Diego that span from places to eat, drink, shop, exercise, swim, and stay the night.
The hotel was built in 1924 at 206 Market St. and offered quality accommodations and entertainment for Black visitors in San Diego during the segregation era.
From Little Italy and the Gaslamp Quarter to North Park and East Village, “Taste of” gatherings are alive and well in San Diego.
Take a sweet tour of stores that sell chocolates and other treats.
From a dance party to a cider pairing, you’re going to love these ideas.
Find local hubs for San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles fans.
We tap into how SD’s craft brewing scene has grown — and where it’s headed as the mature, experienced, and renowned beer mecca.
Shop Valentine’s Day chocolates, couple’s games, cookware, candles, and fuzzy socks to spread the love.
The space restored historic elements and will serve as a supper lounge and host live music performances.
According to Michelin Guide inspectors, Indian restaurants and Filipino food are having a moment — here are some places to find those flavors in San Diego.
The local theater signed a new, three-year lease thanks to community support, with a new production coming this month.
These 11 creative, alcohol-free concoctions are certainly worth a toast.
These beloved businesses served San Diego for 10+ years but no longer exist in 2024.
The brewer teamed up with SDSU Men’s Basketball players to concoct the raspberry lemonade hard kombucha flavor dropping this Friday, Jan. 5.
All of these writers have ties to America’s Finest City.
The beloved outdoor movie attraction said loss of customers and competition from streaming services have made it tough to stay in business.
From spacious islands and pops of color, to warm metals — here’s what’s on the table when it comes to the latest kitchen design trends.
Dig into San Diego’s must-try pizza shops including unexpected combos, fancy offerings, and gluten-free options
The venue at 3925 Ohio St. hosts all kinds of art forms year-round — from live music and poetry to dance lessons and its beloved Beatles Fair.
If you don’t want to give a thing, share your love of San Diego with fun, educational, and romantic experiences.
Category6LED’s newest neon signs are inspired by three beloved neighborhoods in San Diego.
From historic hideaways to beachfront gems, San Diego is full of special places to stay that offer guests a break from traditional motels and hotels.
You really can’t have San Diego without these beloved local spots.
The made-to-order donut shop will open in a fresh new space at 4636 Mission Blvd. by the end of this month — here’s the hole story.
We’ve rounded up fun, festive places to drink and be merry.
This year’s event features 120+ local makers uniting at Julep — just north of Little Italy — on Saturday, Nov. 18 + Sunday, Nov. 19.
The 85,000-sqft beer garden will also be home to the first-ever Karl Strauss Food Truck.
Take a look at some of our favorite stories we brought you in 2023 — and learn about how you can keep them coming by supporting SDtoday with the gift of your membership.
Honor local veterans at community ceremonies and parades, and find local businesses that are showing thanks with specials and freebies.
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