Born and raised in San Diego, new executive chef Cesar Oceguera helms the Del Mar outpost, raising eyebrows with well-received New American cuisine that boasts traditional, yet seasonal takes on classic dishes infused with the boisterous flavors for which the restaurant has long been known for.
In Rancho Santa Fe esteemed French restaurant, Ponsaty’s will be hosting a Beef Wellington dinner. Chef Patrick Ponsaty will be wowing guests with his Traditional Beef Wellington with mountain meadow mushroom and braised root vegetables in green peppercorn sauce. Vegetarians can also delight in the menu by ordering the Vegetarian Wellington with stuffed baby vegetables and citrus beurre blanc. The dinner is priced at $45.00 per person. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made by calling (858) 771-1871. Ponsaty’s is located at 6106 Paseo Delicias, Rancho Santa Fe, CA.
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.
Chef Patrick Ponsaty is working his magic and hypnotizing diners with show-stopping culinary art at his new restaurant aptly named Ponsaty’s in Rancho Santa Fe, California. We recently visited, took our seats in a lavish dining room that’s screams with style, and experienced a delightful 9-course menu that left us feeling as if we had just dined in the French Quarter in New Orleans.
Every morning Ponsaty personally visits his farmer friends and hand selects seasonal produce to be presented to diners each evening. This awe-inspiring chef makes dinner an EVENT not to be missed.
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!
Grab a barstool when you can, because this Encinitas hangout has become the talk of the town.
Under the guidance of Executive Chef Michael Lina of Union Kitchen & Tap in Encinitas, dinner is relaxing, yet somewhat elaborate, boasting artsy comfort food in a lively environment.