The Habit Restaurant, Inc. (Nasdaq: HABT) is continuing its commitment to help end childhood hunger in America by partnering with No Kid Hungry for a third year. This year, The Habit has a goal of raising $400,000, for a three-year grand total of $1,000,000. This equates to 10 million meals to children who face hunger.
Red Card Cafe in Bay Park will celebrate the success of its first year serving globally inspired street food and seasonal fare with a four-course, prix fixe dinner offered throughout two weekends in August. Available August 18 to 20 and August 25 to 27, guests can savor four of Red Card’s freshly-launched menu items by newly appointed Executive Chef Jeff Larson, who hails from Napa’s renowned dining scene and a duo of Michelin recommended restaurants.
If you’re looking for dishes with a healthy twist, San Diego is the ideal place to tackle your new diet with fun and flavorful options. Going gluten-free doesn’t mean giving up the foods you love, so go against the grain with these conscientious eateries and their mouthwatering menus around the city!
Salt & Straw, the iconic Portland-based, family-run ice cream purveyor known for its taste provoking, imaginative ice cream creations, has just announced plans to open a new scoop shop in the San Diego area. Come this winter, those in Little Italy will be able to savor critically-acclaimed favorites that fans know and love – such as Sea Salt with Caramel Ribbons and Honey Lavender –as well as seasonal monthly flavors showcasing uniquely local ingredients and products, all at its new home at 1670 India Street. To celebrate its new location, Salt & Straw will host surprise pop ups in the months leading up to the opening, which will be announced on the company’s Facebook page.
Dolce at the Highlands in the Village of Pacific Highland Ranch just off Highway 56 and Carmel Valley Road boasts a sophisticated ambiance paired with a unique energetic vibe. Diners can enjoy traditional Italian American cuisine in a comfortable setting surrounded by quality design.
Dolce’s Executive chef Rhoelle Gabriel offers made from scratch specialties from ingredients sourced locally or directly from Italy. “We try to keep our dishes interesting and different,” she says. “I just want to create great tasting food!”