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Red, White, Blue and Food This Labor Day 2015

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Are you looking for new ways to celebrate Labor Day this year? Create fresh traditions while adding a little bit of flavor to your Labor Day celebrations this September 7th at three of San Diego’s hotspot restaurants ready to start the party early!

image003 (1)After a relaxing and quiet morning spent at the beach, rally the troops and go to Backyard Kitchen & Tap for their “Red, White and Blues” event on Monday, September 7th. Their doors will be opening at 9:00 a.m. to start your Labor Day with drink specials such as red and white house-made sangria carafes and $3 Pabst Blue Ribbon cans. Forget the stresses of hosting your own barbeque and join Backyard’s instead with a party space that includes three cabanas, live walls, fire pits and an indoor and outdoor bar. Not to mention, from 3:00 – 9:00 p.m., you can drink away your end-of-summer blues while being accompanied by Johnny Tarr, a local blues and jazz artist with an upbeat modern twist. This will be a rocking show that shouldn’t be missed so plan to arrive early and stake out the best spot near the stage.

This Labor Day, join Pacific Beach AleHouse  for a celebratory brunch starting at 9:00 a.m. Roll out of bed and get the Labor Day party started with a variety of tantalizing menu options. If you’re looking for a Backyard-LaborDay-lighter but nourishing meal, the Açaí Bowl meets all of your requirements. It’s filled to the brim with bananas, strawberries, blueberries, house-made granola drizzled with honey. If you’re more of a brunch traditionalist, the Crab and Lobster Benedict (eggs, fresh crab, Maine lobster, sautéed spinach and tomato, lemon-dillhollandaise, and a potato medley) won’t disappoint.  What better way to begin Labor Day than eating your first meal set against a breathtaking view of the Pacific Ocean?

If you live closer to downtown, Barelymash will be unlocking its doors at 9:00 a.m. for brunch in celebration of the national holiday. Make the most of your day-off and enjoy their Remedy Sando made with roasted potato hash, Applewood-smoked bacon, pork sausage, two fried eggs, pepper jack, aged cheddar, and a bourbon-brown butter hollandaise. Have a hankering for something sweet? The Angry Orchard Bread Pudding French Toast is a mouthwatering treat that comes with a sweet agave cream cheese, seasonal berries and Applewood-smoked bacon, leaving you full and ready to take on the festivities ahead.

Spend this Labor Day the best way we know how: eating and toasting to past memories all while soaking up the beautiful weather at these three San Diego restaurants!

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Originally from New York, I moved to San Diego in 2014 after living in Italy for two years to work as a Director and Producer for Pixel Productions. Contact: Dylan@SDEntertainer.com

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