West Coast Tavern is making waves in North Park with the release of their new fall menu. The old-world inspired destination boasts an eclectic, yet classic selection of American comfort foods.
From weekend brunch to late night bites and everything in between, West Coast Tavern is hitting all of the right notes with their reimagined menus. Executive Chef Abe Botello is proud to introduce playful dishes that feature seasonal ingredients. The eatery’s brunch menu boasts hearty, unique items to kick off the weekend. The Breakfast Burger pairs a beef patty with bacon, maple aioli, cheddar, two fried eggs and arugula on a toasted bagel.
Chef Abe also brings a modern twist to classic dinner dishes. The Stuffed Pork Loin is filled with tender pork belly, pistachio and cherries. Garlic mash, cherry reduction and a crisp apple arugula salad complement the savory entrée.
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Born in historic Verona, Italy, Pan Bon has made its grand entrance on the quaint streets of San Diego’s Little Italy. With fresh sauces meticulously made from scratch, handpicked ingredients and incredibly balanced flavors, the eatery offers an unmatched authentic Italian dining experience.
Chef Riccardo Brentegani is the culinary genius behind the Old World Italian creations of the Pan Bon kitchen. His passion for gastronomy began as a young boy in his grandmother’s kitchen in Verona. Since then, Brentegani has worked in kitchens in Verona and Paris. The classic Northern Italian cuisine that Brentegani prepares features traditional recipes and the finest ingredients from Italy.
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From the Gaslamp to the grains of sand, San Diego is praised for its temperate weather, gorgeous beaches, restaurant scene and exciting nightlife. Located on the coast of the Pacific Ocean in Southern California, it should come as no surprise that it is also home to some of the most spectacular views in the country. Be sure to add these destinations to your list for their classic, and sometimes unexpected, stellar views!
One of San Diego’s hippest areas, North Park, is just the place for a unique view of America’s Finest City. This vibrant neighborhood is full of energy and lots of people watching. Stretching across University Avenue is the famous North Park sign. It welcomes visitors and locals alike into the heart of North Park and is absolutely Instagram-worthy! Located steps from the sign is West Coast Tavern, a laidback urban restaurant with Old World-inspired décor. West Coast Tavern found its home in one of North Park’s historic buildings, making its ambiance and location one of San Diego’s greatest. Grab a table on the front patio for striking views of the North Park sign and the vivacious passersby.
Pacific Beach AleHouse prides itself on great food, fresh beer and epic views. Whether you want to enjoy the scenic ocean views from the upper deck or catch your favorite game on one of the 20 flat screens, PB AleHouse is the spot to be. During cooler nights on the deck, the Chicken Chili is the perfect way to warm up alongside the eatery’s outdoor fireplaces.
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LOCAL SOMMELIER TAMI WONG TO LEAD WINE PROGRAM AT LIBERTY PUBLIC MARKET’S MESS HALL
Opening January 2016, Liberty Public Market Unveils New Staff Appointment and Full Roster of Artisanal Vendors
Blue Bridge Hospitality has tapped Tami Wong CS, one of Wine & Spirits Magazine’ Best New Sommeliers 2014, to lead the progressive new wine program at Liberty Public Market’s in-house restaurant, Mess Hall. Announced last month, Mess Hall’s market-to-menu concept will source all ingredients from the market’s 30-plus artisans and vendors, advocating sustainability and a local ethos from the capable hands of Executive Chef Tim Kolanko (Stake Chophouse & Bar, Leroy’s Kitchen + Lounge).
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Brian’s 24, downtown’s beloved 24-hour diner, is known for giving customers anything they want, anytime they want it…. even if that includes out-of-the-box concoctions! This Gaslamp novelty has rolled out a Peanut Burger that is too unique to be ignored. The burger, made with a 1/2 lb. patty, topped with creamy peanut butter, bacon and American cheese, combines two American classics into one crazy-good meal.
Those daring enough to try this tender burger are surprised to find that the combination of flavors and textures not only work well together, but are undeniably delicious. I invite you to try this local favorite dish for yourself and see why your regular cheeseburger will never taste the same without Brian’s special ingredient.
This family owned and operated Gaslamp eatery stays true to their motto, “The Restaurant That Never Sleeps.” Inspiring breakfasts to start the day, meeting friends or business associates for lunch, a quiet dinner, late night snack or cap to a night out; only Brian’s can make it happen 24 hours every day.
This Thanksgiving, these local San Diego restaurants are giving you something else to be thankful about- not having to cook!
Start your Thanksgiving Day at the beach with Pacific Beach AleHouse and delight in their savory Prefix Thanksgiving Menu in addition to their regular menu. This three-course dinner begins at 11:00 a.m. and will feature treats the whole family will enjoy. For starters, choose between their Lobster Bisque, Caesar Salad and California Golden Salad. Make room for the main course of Deep Fried Turkey Breast or Baked Honey Ham served with persimmon apple sausage stuffing, mashed sweet potato and turkey gravy, cranberry orange relish and bacon toasted almond green beans. Cap the dinner off with Pumpkin Pie with Cinnamon Whipped Cream. The best part about it (besides not having to cook)? The dinner is only $22.95 per person!
If the family is craving a Thanksgiving breakfast, lunch or dinner, Farmer’s Bottega is the place to be! This Mission Hills eatery will be open 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. for breakfast and lunch, and 4:30 – 9:30 p.m. for dinner. Their full menu offers non-traditional, but equally as filling Thanksgiving eats such as Oxtail Ravioli, Buffalo Filet, Rack of Lamb and Flat Iron Pork (just to name a few!).
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