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2018 San Diego Bay Wine + Food Festival

San Diego Bay Wine + Food Festival The awe-inspiring San Diego Bay played host to the city’s biggest foodie party of the year in a picture perfect celebration of everything delicious.

Eating Healthy During The Holidays

The Holidays are a tempting time to indulge in the delicious food that is laid out. We have some quick easy tips to keep you healthy.

San Diego Restaurants Open on Thanksgiving 2018

Here is a list of wonderful San Diego restaurants that will be serving Thanksgiving dinner.

Ginger Cookies Recipe

Bake decadent ginger and molasses cookies sure to make your mouth water.

Your Guide to the Best Wines this Holiday Season

San Diego Wine & Beer Company shares the top wines you need on your wine rack this holiday season. All palettes welcome!

Boat to Brunch: Top 4 Spots to “Dock and Dine” in San Diego

San Diego is a perfect place to boat. You have Mission Bay, San Diego Bay, and, if you dare to venture into the open water, the gorgeous splendor of the Pacific Ocean. Boat to Brunch: Top 4 Spots to “Dock and Dine” in San Diego

Why Should We Drink Coffee – 6 Best Benefits to Know

Coffee has been around for centuries now and is considered to be one of the most important go-to drinks of all time. Whether you are at work or at home, a cup of coffee is enough to refresh your stressed mind in no time.

Halloween is Baking Season

At last, the weather’s taken a turn for the chillier and the leaves are starting to turn orange. In case there was any doubt previously, we now know for certain that Autumn is upon us. Halloween is Baking Season so let's get started.

Spooky Adult Cocktails For Halloween

Fall has arrived, and it’s time to start thinking about how you’ll be celebrating All Hallows’ Eve this year. Cocktails in boxes, zombie-themed or crazy-eyed...I think it’s fair to say we have Halloween covered.

5 Foods Japanese Eat To Stay Healthy

Japanese are some of the people who for a long time have upheld their cultural heritage. Both the Japanese and the Chinese have come a long way as far as traditions are concerned and actually, they still hold them in high regard.

Guests Who Are Eating Alone

When you run a restaurant, the kinds of things you think about are often more practical in nature. You probably think about things like commercial refrigerators, commercial ice makers, and commercial kitchen equipment in general. But for Guests Who Are Eating Alone.

Taste of France on East Village

The look of this new bistro on the 8th Avenue was not accidental, the entire ambient of this patisserie and crêperie is filled with French art, antiquities, and that feeling of being in Paris or Strasbourg.

Interview with Executive Chef of The Patio—Michael Ground

Get to know the brain behind the beautiful plates at The Patio, and discover the roots of executive chef, Michael Ground.

Vegan LA Eateries and Instagram Art

Social media celebrity Agnes Muljadi, best known as @artsyagnes from Instagram (with over half a million followers on the platform), has been dubbed the ‘vegan ballerina’, a nickname that has stuck with her active and engaged audience. Agnes has made a name for herself through her body positive posts and stunning ballet skills combined with her health, wellness and vegan stance on life. With a very poignant voice and style, Agnes has worked with dozens of health-inspired, sustainable and/or eco-friendly aligned companies since her account took off in 2015, including partnering with TOMS, Suja Juice, Reebok, Amazon, Cooking Light, the NFL, and more. Here she shares her favorite, much-frequented food vendors in her hometown of Los Angeles.

5 Cool Grapefruit Vodka Cocktail Recipes for the Summer

If you love the summer, you love cocktails, and you like the odd tipple, one of the things you will be thrilled to try this summer is a cooling grapefruit vodka cocktail. 5 Cool Grapefruit Vodka Cocktail Recipes for the Summer

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