d-pisco
To put it in comic-book terms, the pisco sour has a mysterious and murky origin story. (Hey, nerds like to drink, toojust be glad I didnt fill this article with egg-puns. Youll see.)
Darcy at Thorn Street
Oct. 15 2013
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For you sleep-deprived, entertainment-starved, newly minted parents, I searched the city for the best baby-friendly neighborhood brewery. There are two that rise to the top
BatesNutFarm
Oct. 21 2014
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The charming general store is just one of the many draws bringing visitors out to Bates Nut Farm (15954 Woods Valley Road). Theres also the handsome turtle named Dash, plenty of goats, donkeys,...
marie
Its the end of the world and perhaps I have a regret or two in life. For one, I dont spend nearly enough time outdoors, despite the incredibly beautiful places in San Diego
BechmarkBrewing
Oct. 21 2014
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Since its founding a little more than a year ago, Benchmark Brewing, located at 6190 Fairmount Ave. in Grantville, has been almost entirely a family affair
intro
Maybe it was nostalgia for my battle-addled boyhood that caused me to OK the theme suggested by staff writer Alex Zaragoza for this year's Best of San Diego issue, our 11th annual: Take two things...
There are many reasons why investing in a yearlong commitment to one attraction makes sense, but none stronger than economy and flexibility. Saving money is awesome
d-mexican
Along with tacos and tequila, Mexico has given San Diego another gift that starts with a Tthe tamarind martini
dagmar
Unless you don't have a TV or eyeballs, you know who Dagmar Midcap is. As NBC San Diego's weather anchor, she provides a calming nightly presence amid the city's traditionally jokey television...
castellanos
They took the real piano out of the Turf Club and replaced it with a cheesy Yamaha keyboard. "Yeah, but that piano was a dog," says Gilbert Castellanos, San Diego's brilliant jazz trumpeter