What San Diegans Eat – Skateboarding Legend, Tony Hawk
Tony Hawk is a pop culture icon. The name, Tony Hawk is synonymous with competitive skateboarding. He made skateboarding cool, and then he made being an older skater cool as well. He has a skateboard company – Birdhouse Projects, clothing line – Hawk Clothing, PlayStation video game – Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, and he even has a rollercoaster named after him at Six Flags- Tony Hawk’s Big Spin. On top of this huge skateboarding empire, he also has four children who he somehow finds time to take care of. One of the coolest things about Tony Hawk, is that he was born and raised in the San Diego area and he still lives here. And he’s a foodie.
List everything that you consumed in the past 24 hours:
Super Steamer at Pannikin (Encinitas) with turkey and avo, large OJ and a large mocha.
Chicken kabob & hummus and Greek Corner Café (Carlsbad), and an iced tea.
Beef Pho from Kim’s Restaurant in Encinitas and an 8oz bottle of Coke (the best way to consume it).
Leftover chocolate shake that I made for my 10-year-old son at home.
List your top 5 restaurants, or favorite meals to cook, or your “rotation”:
- Market Del Mar
- Nobu (as in Matsuhisa)
- Ruth’s Chris
- Flippin’ Pizza
Open your fridge and list the first 5 things that you see:
Stonyfield Farms yogurt
8oz Coca Cola bottles
Your favorite grocery store:
Your favorite meal you’ve eaten in the past month:
Tasting menu at Market Del Mar
What is one food item you could not bare to live without ever eating again:
What do you want the readers to know about yourself:
I am a professional skateboarder and a self-proclaimed foodie. I have traveled the world and eaten at some of the finest restaurants, only to realize that Chef Carl at Market Del Mar is one of the best. I’ll eat anything he prepares, even salmon.