Say goodbye to winter haze and hello to springtime! Commence the allure of spending days in the open air with a fruity libation in-hand and treat your spring fever with an alfresco brunch at one of these San Diego hotspots.
Rooted in the desire to hone traditional Mexican dishes, Bracero Cocina De Raiz in Little Italy offers a rustic setting. Adorned with a wrap-around patio atop a cozy ground-floor patio, both settings are seamlessly suited to the sunshine kissing the streets of San Diego. Pair your experience with Bracero’s Jalisco Choke-Hold, infused with tequila, mezcal, cynar, cinnamon, lime and sparkling wine, and an order of Chicken Enchiladas En Mole, prepared with mole coloradito, aged queso cotija, sesame seeds, red onion and crema. An intermingling of piquancy and robust flavors, alfresco dining at Bracero will hook you for weekends to come.
In the heart of La Jolla and just blocks from the ocean, guests are in for a treat at this beautiful restaurant where dining tables are scattered amongst six live 100-year old olive trees from Napa Valley.
Born and raised in Hawaii, Executive Chef Jessie Glessner knows a thing or two about taking the freshest ingredients from sea, ranch, and farm to create dishes with unexpected flavor profiles based on line-caught seafood and quality meats.
Grab your blue, white and orange jersey because Banzai is throwing Gulls Watch Parties that will make those shots in goal, that much sweeter. Head to Midway Drive and spend a night hanging out with the Gulls Girls and Gulliver while watching your favorite team faceoff on the ice.