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The Baked Bear Opens Fourth Location in Carmel Valley

San Diego natives Shane Stanger and Rob Robbins opened their first Baked Bear in 2013 on Mission Boulevard with locations now in La Costa, Petco Park and now in Carmel Valley and they are not slowing down with another location opening in August. “It’s all about bringing homemade recipes and affordable treats to local neighborhoods”, […]

Chef Hanis Cavin and manager Sara Stroud opened to rave reviews when the original Shack opened in North Park. Slow food inspired and pork-centric, the emphasis is on quality, creativity and an ethos to inspire. Lucky for us, their second location is more of a sit down with patio located in the space once occupied […]

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Many people dislike the unhealthy aspects of fast food, but also hate the idea of emptying their wallets only to receive tiny portions at a fine restaurant. As a pioneer in the restaurant industry, Tender Greens is smashing down the barriers of two distinctions in dining once thought to only operate in mutually exclusive niches. […]

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San Diego Musical Theatre announces the second production of their 2015 season, Singin’ in the Rain, May 22 – June 7, 2015 (press opening on Saturday, May 23), at the Spreckels Theatre on Broadway in downtown San Diego. You remember the plot. You love the characters. You know “the song.” It’s no less than the […]

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San Diego’s 14th annual Gator By The Bay is the largest, most authentic Louisiana-themed music and food festival this side of the bayou. The festival will be held from May 7-10, 2015 at the Spanish Landing Park, across from San Diego International Airport. Presented by San Diego’s Bon Temps Social Club, it features four days of live […]

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FAST CASUAL – CHIPOTLE STYLE- IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR THE PIZZA AND CRAFT BEER CROWD. Build your own artisanal craft pizza starting with your choice of homemade crust, select from over 30 toppings for a truly personal flame fired thin and crispy pizza in just three minutes while you grab a craft beer, tea or soft drink. My personal creation was gluten free crust, basil, […]

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Build-Your-Own Pizza Shop Hosts Grand Openings to Benefit Local High Schools and San Diego Boys and Girls Clubs PizzaRev is bringing a PizzaRev-olution to San Diego. The fast-growing build-your-own artisanal pizza concept will mark the openings of two new restaurants with “Pizzas for a Purpose” fundraising events. On March 5th and March 12th, guests are invited […]

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The Carmel Valley dining experience is changing quickly and two guys are at the forefront of the new landscape. Many Carmel Valley residents are frequent visitors to Villa Capri in Piazza Carmel – the only truly authentic Italian Restaurant in the area. I was lucky enough to be invited to a private party a few weeks back […]

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  The event was held as part of the BARK After DARK series that are hosted at local, dog-friendly locations and usually involve food and drinks for people and promotional give-aways from healthy dog food companies. If you have a restaurant or brewery where you would like to host a BARK After DARK, please email […]

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I have to admit, I went in a bit biased the first time I saw Big Hero 6, but I was pleasantly surprised to find a film boasting quality more than what I had expected. After a pretty bland year in animation for Disney, loosely based on the identically named graphic novel series was quite […]

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Here to help aid with post-New Year’s Eve recovery, Diane Powers’ Casa Sol y Mar will debut a build-your-own Bloody Mary bar in its Cantina, starting New Year’s Day and then every Sunday in January from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Diners are invited to relax in Casa Sol y Mar’s Cantina, enjoy watching a […]

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If you’re looking for a place to find a real San Diego movie review?  Well, here’s the place.  Today we’ll review Interstellar. In the near future, Earth’s oxygen is beginning to run out and humanity has devolved into a farming society in the new IMAX sci-fi film Interstellar, directed by Christopher Nolan (Inception). Natural resources […]

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