Ian Anderson

Future travel writer working as a neighborhood stringer and Feast! contributor. Also known to wander town with his dog Loki, hitting parks and beaches and stopping for bites along the way for a Dog Friendly Dining series.

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Latest Articles

An oyster education at Herringbone

Playing the happy hour shell game

I never thought much about oysters. If you asked me what makes them different from mussels or clams, I'd probably say they make pearls. I do know what they taste like, but it's rarely happened ...

Panama 66 "mushy" opens at Museum of Art

Already offers some difficult beer decisions in advance of its proper unveiling

It wasn't long ago that I heard the proprietors of Tiger! Tiger! and Blind Lady Ale House had won the contract to open an eatery in the Sculpture Garden Court outside the Museum of Art ...

In this corner, a Fish Shop taco

Fresh catch seafood gets the corn tortilla treatment

Fresh, often local fish behind a counter that you may have made into a sandwich, salad, taco or beautifully grilled on a plate with a couple of healthy sides. What's not to love? Craft beer washes it down, and loyal customers brag about the place to their friends. It elevates PB's very existence.

It tastes good to be wrong sometimes

SoCal outfastfoods everybody

The first time I encountered Tender Greens I was milling about the UTC mall waiting to catch a movie at the ArcLight. Something to know about me is that I loathe and detest malls, to ...

Off-menu at my go-to burrito joint

The Bay Area's got nothing on Los Reyes

I've rarely been more than a ten-minute drive to Los Reyes over the years, and for the past few it's been about a five minute walk. The place is entirely what I expect from San ...

Nameless but not tasteless

Alexander's special pie earns distinction even if the pepperoni doesn't deliver.

Driving down Orange Ave I Coronado, I spotted a banner proclaiming "Voted Best Pizza." Interesting, but anybody can buy a banner, I thought. Let's see what you've got, Alexander's Pizza. I flipped a U-turn and ...

The Paleo diet can hit the road

Cavemen ate from food trucks, right?

I won't often admit to consulting Wikipedia, but while researching what is meant when people refer to a "Paleo diet" — based on the premise that our bodies are actually better off only digesting the ...

Drinking as human artistry

Craft cocktails create the opportunity to celebrate human artistry while going out drinking with friends. That’s what I’d call a win–win. Aero Club Known to have more than 800 whiskies to choose from, it’s little ...

A swarm of crickets lands in San Diego

Unusual topping distracts from actually reviewing tacos

The newly constructed North Parker infill property at 30th and Upas has been slowly coming online with a smartly decorated Modern Times tasting room, Influx coffeeshop, and Tacos Perla, which recently fit right into my ...

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