Inspired by omakase-style dining (a Japanese term loosely translated as “I’ll leave it up to you”), Family Meal is intended to showcase Executive Chef Anthony Wells and Chef de Cuisine Masa Kojima’s whimsical creativity through a family-style (versus à la carte) tasting menu of four to six courses served in a larger than typical format at the Little Italy restaurant.
Pacific Beach has a reason to get the party started! Mavericks Beach Club is officially open for business. The coastal-close, 15,000-square-foot indoor and outdoor venue has taken over the former Pacific Beach Bar and Grill at 860 Garnet Avenue. Mavericks is poised to be a top party destination for locals and visitors alike.
Maestoso is an intensely chef-driven restaurant that will introduce new Italian concepts such as pinsa and passaggi to San Diego’s dining scene.
William Eick, the culinary savant behind 608 in downtown Oceanside, CA, announces his transition from helming the growing local eatery, steeped in responsible sourcing and from-scratch cooking, to assuming the position of executive chef at Oceanside’s Mission Avenue Bar and Grill.
Although many working professionals may skip lunch in attempt to pack in more work throughout the day, studies have shown that leaving your desk is more beneficial to your productivity. Taking a walk, running errands or socializing with coworkers over lunch are just some ideas to get you out of the office. Luckily San Diego has some excellent lunch spots! We’ve rounded up some of the best whether you’re searching for a place to sit down for a mid-day meeting or looking for somewhere you can order, dine and be on your way in under 30 minutes.