Wearable and edible, the color pink is an instant mood lifter. There must be some cardinal law against frowning while having the color pink in hand or on your person. So where do you find this edible and drinkable hue around San Diego? We have you covered with a few of our favorite pink picks!
“Shaken, not stirred.” With an innate elegance and level of mystique, the classic martini has continued to swoon cocktail fanatics since its rise to popularity in the mid 1900’s. The intricacy of flavors that presents itself in each variation is what makes this drink magnificently unique in the cocktail realm. With martinis on the rise in San Diego’s progressive craft cocktail scene, it can be difficult to choose your martini go-to, so make it dirty with these San Diego restaurants serving up the finest martinis in the city!
It’s National Wing Day on July 29th and there’s no better way to spend it than at one of San Diego’s many culinary hotspots! Head to one of these eateries serving up wings worthy of some attention on a day dedicated to the craft.
STACKED’s new catering menu allows guests to STACK their own event menu choosing from numerous combination platters featuring delicious appetizers, fresh salads, creamy mac ‘n’cheeses, and yummy sliders. Individual item and customizable sandwich platters are also available.
Recently, I was in Italy dining with Master Italian Chef Mario Cassineri. No wait, I was actually at Officine Buona Forchetta in Liberty Station, which is located in the Point Loma community of San Diego. Cooking from the heart, Cassineri serves up simple but universal dishes that remind me of my Italian home, initiating comfort food memories that will last a lifetime.
Restaurant founder Matteo Cattaneo joined forces with Cassineri (executive chef and partner of BiCE), to launch Officine Buona Forchetta. Driven by authentic Italian-inspired dishes, the menu draws from the original Buona Forchetta location in South Park, including their hard to beat Neapolitan-style pies, as well as upscale Northern Italian entree and dessert selections overseen by chefs Mario Cassineri, Francesca Peroncelli and Fernando Gorrino.
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.