National Burger Day

Jsix’s J6 Burger (courtesy photo)

National Burger Day is May 28th! For the best burgers in town, be sure to check out these burger hotspots.

Barrel Republic

Barrel Republic is known for their massive quantity of craft beer. At Barrel Republic’s Oceanside and Carlsbad locations, experience the freedom to pour and the freedom to pair your favorite brew with your favorite bites. Try pairing a refreshing Amber Ale with a juicy burger.  The Barrel Burger is prepared with 100% chuck, black wax cheddar, lettuce, tomato, pickles and onions between brioche buns. Pair it with a frosty Amber ale. The mild, caramel and malt flavors blend with the taste of medium hop bitterness. Heavier foods go well with this type of beer, especially savory burgers like this one. For burger lovers who want to branch out, get weird with the Double Cheese Bacon “Burger” flatbread!

Common Theory Public House

Do you enjoy a cold craft brew with your burger? Celebrate National Burger Day at Common Theory Public House, a Convoy hotspot adorned in modern and rustic décor paired with creative menu items, indicative of San Diego’s booming culinary scene. Common Theory’s extensive menu offers a variety of specialty burgers, packed with fresh ingredients and unique flavor combinations. Enjoy their C.T. Burger, stacked with arugula, caramelized onions, fresh tomatoes and aged white cheddar cheese.

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Napizza Opens In Encinitas

Everyone’s favorite fast-casual pizzeria has just dished out a new location in the heart of downtown Encinitas with their late-night weekends debuting this week. With an ever-increasing following of customers who crave the restaurant’s organic ingredients and welcoming atmosphere, co-owners Giulia Colmignoli and Christopher Antinucci knew their current hometown of North County would serve well for their fourth location.

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BeShock Ramen Comes to East Village

BeShock Roll: Snow Crab, Avocado, Asparagus, Tempura Green Onion, Crispy Fried Leek, Spring Mix, Tuna Ponzu Jelly and Truffle Oil. ($15)

Nestled in East Village’s culinary enclave, BeShock Ramen and Sake bar is a trendy addition to San Diego’s diverse and ever-growing restaurant scene. Boasting a menu of authentic Japanese cuisine, BeShock offers ramen yielding a lighter take on the traditional dish, with a focus on local vegetables and classic Japanese seasonings.

Mussels Sakamushi: Roasted Mussels with Saki, Dashi and Green Onion. ($12)

Owners Ayaka Ito and Masaki Yamauchi envision a culinary hotspot tailored to suit the daily lives of busy San Diegans seeking meals that won’t leave them feeling “heavy” or over-indulged. 

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Celebrate Negroni Week

Officine Buona Forchetta (courtesy images)

Bitter and bold in all the right places, Negroni debuts at Officine Buona Forchetta this June to stir up some good during the 5th annual Negroni Week. Equal parts gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth, this ruby-red concoction gets a playful makeover from Officine’s Bar Manager, Alessandro Riva. His Peppegroni offers cocktail aficionados a bold blend of Italian liquors such as Antica Formula Carpano and St. George Bruto Americano, a cousin to the classic Campari spirit. A house-made peppercorn-infused Campari tops off this boozy affair, with a few slices of red and green bell peppers adding a pop of color and dose of intrigue, if only for a limited time. All Peppegroni proceeds to benefit Crave McKinley Elementary School Art Program.

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Farmer’s Bottega Delivers Rustic Mediterranean Food

Hearts of Artichoke with parsley beurre blanc served with Manchego rosemary focaccia.

Embracing the beauty of simplicity, Farmer’s Bottega in Mission Hills is a unique neighborhood eatery focused on delivering farm-to-table rustic Mediterrranean food.

Burnt Carrot Salad with avocado, red onion, cilantro, feta, and citrus thyme vinaigrette.

Upon entering the intimate eatery, the vintage décor creates a farmhouse ambiance.  From a treadle sewing machine to a 40-year-old table-top recovered from the ocean, this warm details of this restaurant radiate authenticity. The Edison bulbs, dimly glowing from iron chandeliers and hallowed wine barrels, produce a welcoming and familiar atmosphere.  

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