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Move over Pokez. A new eatery that offers a decent selection of vegan Mexican fare has entered the competition ring, just several blocks away in the Gaslamp Quarter.
High-butterfat decadence has descended on the Gaslamp Quarter with the recent arrival of Cali Cream, a walk-up ice cream shop featuring nearly 70 flavors every day
The mother of all bake sales is taking place from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., May 6, at Herb and Eatery in Little Italy.
The quaint, new Olala Crepes in the Gaslamp Quarter has taken root with plans of adding a patio for additional seating in the near future, according to manager Sarah Kieffer.
San Diego craft breweries will be in abundance at the fourth annual Best Coast Beer Fest, which takes place from 2 to 5 p.m., March 10, at Downtown’s Embarcadero Marina Park South. (VIP admission begins at 1 p.m.)
Downtown’s modern American brewpub, The Bell Marker, opened recently in an 8,000-square-foot space flaunting custom-built sconces, brass lighting fixtures and maple wood booths. The venture is named after the mission bell markers found along the historic El Camino Real trail.
By Frank Sabatini Jr | Food and Drink Blotter
As the highly acclaimed Broadway show, “Hamilton,” makes its local debut at the San Diego Civic Theatre, the nearby Grant Grill will feature a limited-time cocktail inspired by Alexander Hamilton’s life and era.
By Frank Sabatini Jr.
For those who actually observe little-known food holidays, National Cotton Candy Day on Dec. 7 will be recognized at Café 21 in the Gaslamp Quarter with an offer called “vino on a cloud.” When purchasing bottles of moscato, champagne, prosecco, cava or rosè, guests will receive wine glasses topped with cotton candy made in-house. The bottles range from $25 to $38.