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San Diego Restaurants

I first met Legaya Cristobal about five years ago. While driving along University Avenue with Mrs. Eater on a Saturday night, we stumbled onto this tiny diner...
There are precious few African restaurants in San Diego. Just a handful of Ethiopian restaurants serve the cuisine of the continent, but now there's a new Gaslamp...
The Eastern Sierra Nevada is a mecca for skiing in the winter, and fishing in the summer. I've been traveling up here along Highway 395 for nearly a half century,...
Yosemite is heaven on earth. I've been there nearly every year since I was born here in San Diego, and the thrill of this spectacular valley never seems to wear...
When I go to the fair, it probably comes as no surprise that the fast food section is where I spend the most time. Whether it's greasy, fattening or fried, you...
Mario Lopez is a very inventive chef. He is the namesake of this pleasant La Mesa Mexican restaurant, normal in every respect, except for one hidden secret.
The good old all American hamburger captures the imagination and fires up the emotions of the average diner. And judging from the burger they serve at Hodad's,...
In 1992, Thai House Cuisine was the best restaurant of the year (in my humble opinion), and checking back anonymously through the years, I'm amazed how they have...
What could be more fun than cooking exotic cuisine right in the center of your table? At Seoul BBQ the grill is actually part of your table, and the cuisine is...
Lunch at Jasmine is like walking into another world. The specialty is Dim Sum, or Chinese appetizers, and everything about this meal is adventurous. First you...
While the Gaslamp Quarter is sometimes referred to as the Italian Mile of Meals, the Field is proving there's room for more than one style here. Walk into the dark...
When this La Jolla bungalow was built in 1894, La Jolla was an undeveloped gem way north of San Diego. Today Shopping centers and multi million dollar mansions...
Delicatessens started on the east coast, but for my money, it's the west coast versions that have achieved true Deli Nirvana. Out here, the Delis have developed a...
People from the east coast take a lot of pride in their hot dogs.
I've had a lot of Cheese Steaks in my time, and frankly have been disappointed with nearly all of them. I couldn't comprehend why people would go for a sandwich...

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