Ian Anderson 11 a.m., Oct. 8
2012 Feast Issue
Eat before you read this.
San Diego restaurants taste-tested for you. Eats for Freelancers | Spirit of Family Dinnertime | More Than Dish or Deal | Accessible Gourmet | Lunchtime in Kearny Mesa | Fried Chicken | Restaurants to Try At Least Once
Even if it weren’t my job to go out and look for new places to eat, I still wouldn’t be able to eat the same thing over and over again. I rarely visit any place ...
The background photo on my brother’s iPod shows a plate of fried chicken and waffles from Roscoe’s up in Los Angeles. Before dining there, he had never enjoyed the two foods together, and he was ...
- 2012 Feast Issue
- Del Mar
- East Village
- La Jolla
- Little Italy
- Mission Hills
- Mission Valley
- North Park
- Rancho Bernardo
Mid-range restaurants, gastropubs, and shops taking things to the next level.
Nowadays, I spend much of my time eating in restaurants or locked up in my office documenting those experiences. But before I wrote my first word about food, most of my time was spent in ...
Restaurants that feel like home.
Places where food is created with care, where the service is warm and welcoming, and where you can relax and reconnect with family and friends.
Restaurants you can take to heart.
There are some places that you kinda take to heart. They’re more than the dish or the deal. Something clicks about the people and the place, and you want to come back and be a part of it. These are just some.
I’m just an average guy who likes to eat, cook, and travel. Food is the window through which I see the world. It’s through various cuisines that I learn about history and culture. It’s the ...