What’s better than Sunday brunch?

When I decided to write this article I got very excited because the topic of brunch is one that I thoroughly enjoy. Being able to hop from one restaurant to another examining the meal period was a treat all in itself. There is just something about waking up on Sunday morning with no plans other [...]

Brooklyn Girl is the new kid on the block

Mission Hills is a San Diego neighborhood that has lacked a certain amount of good quality restaurants. Quite surprising as it may be, there really is just a handful to choose from and I know from my many friends that live there that there is definitely a demand. This past year has seen a couple [...]

Travel the world in South Park

Fall is upon us; no more sharing the beaches with summer tourists and for a brief moment we get our highways back. It also means restaurants have to work twice as hard to get customers in the door. With prix-fixe menus starting at $20 per couple in some local eateries, this is a perfect time [...]

Raising the bar for breakfast and lunch

Breakfast and lunch usually signal the beginning of a lazy weekend with a growling stomach and far too many choices on where to eat. Sometimes it’s just too early to think about who’s got your morning fancy. The pancakes maybe great at one place but their omelets can be under par; finding clever morning fare [...]

Food’s in fashion at Strip Clubs

Restaurant concepts take a lot of time to create. The elements of the idea, the food, service, décor, location, price point, logo design and marketing are just a few simple aspects that restaurants need to take into account when creating. And these days the competition is fierce. Over the course of my career I have [...]

Bold and original: Brazen BBQ fires up the local barbecue scene

When you think of American cuisine it is impossible not to think of barbecue. However barbecue is one of the most misunderstood cuisines we consume. Since I know what I like but do not know a lot about barbecue I asked Kathleen and Kelly Macintosh, certified master judges from Kansas City Barbecue Society, to join [...]

Piatti Ristorante & Bar isn’t missing any links in its chain

Dining42

National chain restaurants are spread throughout the country. You have your low-end family oriented, mid-range casual eateries and high-end chains offering ethnic fare. Although a lot of us will never want to admit we have dined in them, most of us have. Of course, San Diego is not without its fair share. Most recently I [...]

Experience the true wonder of French cuisine in Hillcrest

Dining

RESTAURANT REVIEW: Recently Chef Rene Herbeck invited me and a friend to have dinner with him at the new Au Revoir French Bistro, the former home of La Vache. This chic bistro in the heart of Hillcrest reminds me of my favorite bistros and restaurants in Paris near the Pompidou in the city center or [...]

Pizza: Opinions abound on this simple culinary delight

Pizza

RESTAURANT REVIEWS: I love when food becomes a controversy and a debate. People all over become attached to what they think is the best and where the best is made. There is probably only one culinary dish around our different regions, even throughout the world, that brings such heated arguments. From its origin, to its [...]

Azuki Sushi is all rolled up

Sushi

RESTAURANT REVIEW: I have always been a fan of ethnic restaurants of all kinds. Whether it is Indian, Thai, Japanese, I am fascinated by the cuisine. Here in San Diego, we do have our fair share scattered around our neighborhoods and some are so authentic you feel you have been transported into that country. In [...]

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