Tag Archives: San diego

Tea Upon Chatsworth

My sister-in-law came to visit a couple of weeks ago and one of the highlights of our time together was afternoon tea in Point Loma.  It’s a cute little place with lots of ladies in hats and a hodgepodge of beautiful … Continue reading

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Torrey Pines

This past weekend my brother visited from Colorado.  It was a short overnight trip but I was determined to show him the best of SD.  Our first stop was a local taco shop for some authentic Mexican cuisine, and our second … Continue reading

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Iron Mountain in Poway, California

While the rest of America huddled in front of their televisions binging on nachos and cheap beer this weekend, I did the complete opposite.  I grabbed a friend and a bottle of water and headed out to Poway to hike … Continue reading

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Prep Kitchen Little Italy [Restaurant Week]

My favorite time of year is upon us! If I lived anywhere else, I would mean the crisp and refreshing drift into Autumn.  But I live in San Diego where seasons don’t exist, so I’m talking about Restaurant Week! I … Continue reading

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Social Experiment

The other night my boyfriend and I were looking for a bite to eat when we passed by a place in Hillcrest that I’d never noticed before.  He agreed it looked good, so we popped in for some dinner. The … Continue reading

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Cucina Urbana

I live really far away from my parents.  Like over 2,000 miles (that’s 3,218 km).  But they visit pretty often, and that makes it all a lot easier. They were in town last week and, per usual, it was the … Continue reading

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Juniper & Ivy

It seems like everywhere I go lately, someone’s talking about Juniper & Ivy.  And after checking it out for myself, I can see why.  Helmed by Richard Blais (of Top Chef All Stars fame), it’s about as close to perfection as I … Continue reading

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