Foie gras ban lifted – Kitchen 4140 to host 6-course dining event created by Chef Daniel Barron


Following the lift of the controversial foie gras ban in California, Kitchen 4140 will host a prix fixe foie gras dinner on Monday, February 2, 2015.

Sirena Gourmet Latin Seafood Restaurant Now Open in Little Italy


Sirena, a gourmet Latin seafood restaurant, officially opened on October 15 in Little Italy, San Diego. Located on the corner of Columbia Street and Fir Street, Sirena will showcase a unique menu featuring locally-caught seafood, sustainable and locally-grown vegetables and dishes influenced by South American cuisine and culture.

San Diego breweries win 14 medals at the Great American Beer Festival


Each autumn, the Great American Beer Festival is held to celebrate brewing, tasting, enjoying and comparing the sudsy drink. This year, Denver’s Colorado Convention Center saw ten different nations send 220 judges to choose among more than 5 thousand beers. There were 90 separate categorizations of prizes, and our local brewing industry, on the rise for many years, did quite well. 14 medals were presented by the Brewer’s Association to breweries based in America’s Finest City.

Little Italy 20th annual Festa


More than 120,000 people from around the nation will flock to Little Italy to celebrate its 20th anniversary with entertainment, food and Italian culture. The 20th annual FESTA! celebration will be on Sunday, Oct. 12, from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.

San Diego Oktoberfests


Once again, the calendar turns, the seasons change and now it’s fall, and that means beer and German food and celebrations. For autumn, here’s four different Oktoberfests being held soon all around San Diego County: Karl Strauss 25th Anniversary Oktoberfest in Pacific Beach, Pacific Arts Movement Oktoberfest in Liberty Station, The Taste of North Park Oktoberfest in North Park and German American Societies of San Diego, Inc. Oktoberfest in El Cajon.

Salerno Winery: Wine, statues and song


Salerno Winery, a newly expanded cultural destination in Ramona Valley, offers guests an eclectic experience of award-winning wines, an extensive collection of world-class art and classical opera.

Ponte Winery Celebrates California Wine Month at 12th Annual Grape Stomp


California Wine Month is in full swing and the Vineyard Pavillion at Ponte Family Estate is celebrating with its annual Grape Stomp. Now in its 12th year, the event takes a fun, competitive approach at teaching attendees about the art of winemaking.

Kashi heads back to San Diego


After leaving La Jolla more than a year ago, health-oriented food company Kashi is returning to America’s Finest City.

Draft South Mission gastropub and Cannonball sushi bar come to Belmont Park


After a roller-coaster ride of redesign and construction, two new fun locations are now set to premiere at Mission Beach’s amusement area: Draft South Mission and Cannonball.

Humphreys chef Paul Murphy competes on Cutthroat Kitchen


One of San Diego’s own will appear on The Food Network this weekend. Paul Murphy, the sharp-tongued toque who’s ruled the culinary roost at Humphreys for the past 13 years, will compete on The Food Network’s Cutthroat Kitchen.

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