With locations in North Park, Liberty Station, Encinitas, and the most recent location in East Village, Breakfast Republic has made a statement by creating the ultimate twist on timeless breakfast foods and drinks. Breakfast Republic did a voting poll on Facebook for fans to choose this month’s specials and now, they are ready to be devoured by you. Did you get the luck of the draw? Here is a close look at the specials that Breakfast Republic will be offering for the entire month of April.
Carmel Valley’s new prime food and shopping destination will host guests for a three-course dinner at three of the property’s top restaurants: WESTROOT tavern, Dolce and Crudo. The evening begins at WESTROOT tavern with appetizers and cocktails. Then you’ll be whisked off to Dolce for an entrée and wine pairing. To close out the evening, stroll over to Crudo for a relaxing cup of coffee and dessert. All three restaurants will offer diners two choices of appetizer, entrée and dessert.
Executive chef Ingrid Shelton has found her niche at Cusp Dining and Drinks, offering diners supercharged flavors in her seasonally changing menu where entree-sized portions are called to be shared.
Confident and intuitive while helming the kitchen, Shelton is contented with the restaurant’s beautiful décor, that’s not overly designed. “This enables our guests to relax in an environment that is both upscale and comfortable,” she says. “The 11th floor view of the ocean is unforgettable, especially at sunset.”
The Old Mission Beach Athletic Club (OMBAC) is taking its renowned Over the Line (OTL) Tournament to the next level this year. The organization will host its first-ever Craft Beer Festival on Saturday, May 20 in conjunction with the first rounds of Over the Line at Mariner’s Point on May 20-21—because nothing gets you warmed up for bat like a cold one. Players are invited to bring their bats, balls and most creative team names to the tournament, while spectators watch the games and enjoy local craft brews, cocktails, and bites for a cause.
What is an empanada? The name comes from the verb empanar, meaning to wrap or coat in bread. An empanada is made by folding a dough or bread patty around some type of stuffing. The stuffing can consist of meats, vegetables, fruits, or even sweets.
Flaky, warm and delicious; there’s nothing better than a savory empanada to celebrate this magnificent day! Barleymash in the Gaslamp Quarter has some wonderful empanadas that deserve to be eaten on their special day. The stuffing of the Duck Empanadas is made with duck confit, sweet corn, arugula, goat cheese, lime crema, roasted poblano beer-cheese sauce for dipping and crispy duck skin dust to top it all off!
Did you know that the little salted snack actually originated the phrase tying the knot, that now refers to newlywed couples? Whether you like them soft or crunchy, salted or unsalted; on April 26th, in honor of National Pretzel Day go ahead and get knotty at one of these San Diego establishments.