The Hard Rock Cafe San Diego (801 Fourth Avenue, downtown) along with 100+ other locations world-wide, recently upgraded the food and drink offered. We recently sampled all the new items and came away with a song on our lips and a smile on our faces.
The Bali Hai restaurant has been a long-standing dining destination on the San Diego waterfront. It opened in 1955 and has been part of many San Diego families’ long standing traditions. The restaurant is best known for its sweeping bay front views, oversized Mai Tais and distinctive Asian fusion cuisine.
Cremolose San Diego, the Gaslamp’s newest European café and specialty dessert has since been delighting food lovers with its atmosphere, Italian decor, and of course food. Executive Chef and Owner Vincenzo Loverso created a unique restaurant featuring 24 flavors of Italian gelato, 24 flavors of the Italian imported cremolose, and a menu filled with delicious Italian dishes.
Seasonally San Diegans have the pleasure of enjoying one week of fantastic food and five star dining. The best part — it doesn’t have to break the bank. That’s right, San Diego Restaurant Week is back! From the high class foodie to the food truck connoisseur, everyone will find something to whet their appetite at this season’s Restaurant Week.
Happy Days meets The Jetsons, a profile on San Diego’s newest breakfast spot – Snooze, an A.M. Eatery
On Friday morning at 6:30, the sixth Snooze an A.M. Eatery officially opened for business. If the buzzing crowd that still filled the Hillcrest restaurant at noon is any indication, then Snooze will seemingly have little problem building an extensive clientele. Open 6:30-2:30 Monday through Saturday, Owner Jon Schlagel said he hopes the restaurant is able to draw a wide variety of people. “That’s the beauty about serving breakfast, there are a bunch of different things people eat for lunch and dinner, but when it comes to breakfast, everybody usually eats the same thing. I want to provide a unique twist on that common breakfast.”