Jay Allen Sanford 9 p.m., Oct. 22
A perfect companion to SoCal clambakes or a beach blanket in Baja, it also harkens to the warmth and whitewashed villas of the Amalfi Coast. That’s the Roman Pipeline. This Annette Funicello of cocktails, according ...
A hidden canyon trail in the heart of the city.
Like much of California’s coast, San Diego’s topography is unique. Mountains in the east give way to plateaus, which in turn give way to labyrinths of canyons that eventually find their way into the ocean. ...
A modern look at a mainstay
As a young adult in San Diego, Bertrand at Mister A’s was one of those fine-dining establishments in the sky (or 12th floor, to be precise) that I never felt “fancy enough” to enter. I ...
At the new "Park West" location: baby-backs is it!
It looks kinda like a sheikh's tent from across the street. Cabana-style brown and black drapes and awnings half conceal the big sidewalk terrazza. We're at the "Fifth and Olive Building" up here at, well, ...
Runoff from pipe-replacement project raises concern
City efforts to replace the water mains in Bankers Hill have subjected residents to road and lane closures in the past few weeks, but it's the water runoff streaming down Fifth Avenue that has residents ...
This week's departure of Croce's makes you wonder why the good places downtown so often die young.
Croce's is on the way out — of downtown — and on the way in, to Bankers Hill. Like Café Bassam before it, the beloved live music icon had to abandon downtown and retreat up the hill because it had been too successful. It sounds as though Croce's Park West will be pretty much the same, but the Gaslamp won't. A bit more life has just been sapped from it.
Ed shrieks to find he could have had the steak at Hexagone.
“Well you know you can get half-size entrées for half off the normal price during happy hour.”
Urban parklets, iPad minis, 144 square feet of living space — local architects point out how cool it is to go micro.
How big you want your micro-flat?
Architects John Sheehan, Josh Hoffman write about the trend toward construction of “micro-flats.”