In 2017 alone, hometown pizzeria Woodstock’s Pizza raised $205,684 for local charities up and down the California coast. Choosing a different charity each month, Woodstock’s is passionate about giving back to the communities they love. Now, they’re getting off to a strong start in 2018 this February with their month-long Rady Children’s Hospital Fundraiser!
Fiery food is not for the faint of heart, especially at these San Diego restaurants are that serving some of the HOTTEST food finds around. Get ready to sweat and prepare your taste buds for these delicious, heat-kissed recipes!
Chef Eric Sarkisian from PB AleHouse has created a dish with such a bite, it’s named after a venomous animal known for just that. AleHouse’s famous Rattlesnakes dish features bacon wrapped jalapenos filled with cool achiote cream cheese and complemented with ranch dipping sauce. Make sure to counteract the spice with one of their house-brewed beers!
The only thing hotter than the sand in Mission Beach is Sandbar’s Diablo Burger. To live up to its name, the out-of-the-box burger comes with a mound full of spicy ingredients such as their chipotle aioli, spicy jelly, fresh jalapenos, pepper jack cheese and spicy guacamole. Not to worry, the ocean breeze from their Sky Deck will cool you down!
A fiery twist on some good ol’ southern cooking makes for one delicious meal at True North Tavern. Lovers of the hot stuff will have their taste buds fly away in happiness with their Firebird Biscuit of grilled chicken, pepper jack cheese, roasted serrano peppers, jalapenos, crispy onions and Sriracha aioli.
As the seasons change and the summer heat disappears, there’s one thing that is sure to keep brightening everyone’s day… dessert! Every meal should be concluded with something to satisfy your sweet tooth so here are our six stunning dessert recommendations to make this upcoming fall as sweet as can be.
Whether they’re carved, painted or made of plastic, pumpkins will surely be found everywhere as fall approaches… especially on your plate! Ignore the traditional pumpkin pie and head over to barleymash in the Gaslamp for their Pumpkin Crème Brulee served with brown butter cream cheese, whipped cream and chocolate-dipped pumpkin seed brittle.