Diners can take a culinary journey through Europe, no passport required. The famed French restaurant Ponsaty’s in Rancho Sante Fe is launching a French dinner series at the beginning of March running through the month of June. Each month will have a themed menu dedicated to a specific region in France.
Spring is in the air and so are fruit-infused cocktails! Treat your spring fever with these San Diego restaurants that offer cocktails perfectly suited to the season.
Looking for a laidback experience at a neighborhood bar? Look no further than True North Tavern in North Park. Sit back and watch a game on one of their numerous sports bar-style flat screens as you sip on a refreshing spring-inspired cocktail. Made with Hendrick’s gin, St. Germaine Elderflower Liqueur, pomegranate, cucumber, lime, Simple Syrup and soda, the Edgar Allen Pomegranate is a zesty combination of floral, tart, sweet and sour that will invigorate your taste buds with essential springtime flavors.
Did you know that tortillas can be traced back as far as 10,000 B.C.? A city brimming with authentic Mexican cuisine, San Diego’s respective foodies have helped keep the tortilla legacy alive with a multitude of uses for the beloved staple. Celebrate the city’s appreciation for tortilla-encased foods at these San Diego restaurants!
An intricate balance of sweet, salty, sour and bitter, the margarita is one of the most popular cocktails in the U.S., and for good reason. Let’s toast to National Margarita Day on February 22nd with these top San Diego restaurants and their variations of the beloved beverage!
Seafood for breakfast has begun popping up as a new trend for health fanatics and fish lovers alike. Whether you’re looking to dine on the lighter side or simply indulge in traditional SoCal fare to start the day, San Diego offers a variety of restaurants suited to fit your seafood breakfast and brunch needs.
Gary Parker’s The WineSellar & Brasserie never ceases to amaze me! Their new executive chef Luke Johnson is a mastermind who orchestrates a clever play with his intensely creative menu. Johnson took a break from his hard work in the kitchen to dish on the latest happenings at the restaurant as well as his move back to San Diego.