GBOD Hospitality will host its first fundraising event benefiting the Rady Children’s Hospital and the Our Music For You Foundation on Thursday, Nov. 30 at Mezé Greek Fusion, located at 345 Sixth Ave. in the Gaslamp Quarter. The event, a four-course dinner accompanied by a live rumba-flamenco show and special guest, Joef of The Gipsy Kings family, will be held from 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Pacific Beach’s highly anticipated Waterbar is shaping up to be the area’s most anticipated culinary gem. With a focus on a “social seafood” menu and an unbeatable view of the coast, this beachside eatery is slated to open in December 2017.
San Diego native Ryan Orlando is a “self-taught” chef who got his start in the kitchen at the age of 16. With no formal training but self-driven by an intense desire to further himself in his chosen craft, Ryan decided to leave his hometown of Encinitas and depart for New York City in 2003.
Santé to Repeal Day! Bleu Bohème is helping San Diegans celebrate the end of the sober era with a Hemingway-inspired cocktail, Death in the Afternoon, available exclusively on Tuesday, Dec. 5.
Prohibition era author, Ernest Hemingway, claimed to have invented the Death in the Afternoon cocktail. While Hemingway instructed it to be made by adding champagne to a jigger of absinthe until it attained “the proper opalescent milkiness,” Bleu Bohème’s version is made with absinthe, bitters, sugar cube and champagne. It will be priced at $14, and available starting at 5 p.m.