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Sweat equity! Pedal off the pounds on your progressive dinner

Aimée Anundsen’s Movable Feast spawns guilt-free gluttony

Progressive dinners may never be da same again. This gal Aimée Anundsen... http://sandiegoreader.com/users/photos/2013/jul/24/49977/ ...has the crazy idea of creating progressive ...

Crab cakes and heroism

New crab cake food truck was at Ground Zero on 9-11

“We’re the only crab cake food truck in San Diego, or LA,” says Vonniejune Kendall. “And we only use blue ...

Comicon: This place rings my bell

Tin Fish wins as Ed's most atmospheric eatery in Comicon, for the second year.

I tried. Honest, I looked everywhere. But once again, Tin Fish, the eatery at the bottom of Fifth (170 6th ...

1887 on the Bay: Happy hour racing ribs!

The renovated Coronado Boathouse gives you front row seats to...San Diego’s America’s Cup?

Man! This is like having bayside bleachers at the America’s Cup. Out on tiny Glorietta Bay, maybe a dozen big ...

Felix's BBQ: Eat your tomatoes - green

Ed finds an old "southern" tradition might not be southern after all

Fried Green Tomatoes. That’s why I had to come in. Seen the movie, jes’ had to eat the title. Standing ...

Bassam’s: A glass of wine, a baklava and thou…

Five bucks for a glass of port, $3 for a baklava, your sunset hour is complete.

“Ah. The baklava. Good choice. They have the best here.” The merry-faced lady in purple watches me as I put ...

Asia Wok, where it’s OK to pile your plate as high as you want

At this Market Creek Plaza eatery, if you can fit it in, it’s yours

This gal is an artist. Her medium? The Mongolian Barbecue in Asia Wok here in Market Creek Plaza in Lincoln ...

Goofy Foot? Dad, daughter deliver dee-lish dog

Original taste combos give this truck wings

The yellow lunch truck’s parked in front of Mission Brewery (1441 L Street, at 14th, East Village), not far from ...

The Lemonade Stand: alive and well over Fourth July.

Coronado kids set up for summer with their own sno-cone business

Just across C Street from Coronado's Spreckels Park, four kids are making out like bandits with their version of Lucy’s ...

The tortilla ladies: Delivering it fresh and hot on San Diego Avenue

Cafe Coyote's Tourist Central for Fourth July weekend, but the tortillas are still great

Okay, we're in the middle of the day, in the middle of the Fourth of July weekend in the middle ...

Southpaw: Wild life behind the batting cage

Petco Park's newest hang-out has East Villagers going wild!

It’s open, at last. Southpaw Social Club (815 J Street, 619-269-2255) has only been in business a few days, but ...

Bermuda Triangle claims another victim…in Old Town

Jason West’s Old Town Market Café rolls down its canvas for the last time

“I’ll miss the apple fritters,” sighs Suzie. She’s a guide with Old Town Trolley Tours, the green and orange antique ...

Old Town jerky: Cheap, cheerful Inca-chew

Chomp on jerky and taste, uh, ancestors' gastronomy

Jerky for lunch? I was walking up through Old Town Plaza when I noticed this freshly whitewashed adobe place down ...

Hora Feliz in Logan Heights

Chiquibaby’s has tostilocos, cerveza, serious company, Mexican-style

“Have one.” It’s Luciano. He’s sitting with a bucketful of Dos Equis. I’ve just sat up at the bar. He’s ...

North Park: The pub that makes its own mustard

The Ritual looks Goth from the outside but is all green inside

Can French fries be a delicious meal on their own? When they come with habanero hot sauce made from, uh, ...

Ice creams morph into smoothies in Coronado!

Power outage has MooTime on a short leash

Leroy Mossel stands watching his profits drain away. http://www.sandiegoreader.com/users/photos/2013/jun/26/48196/ "The longer this goes on, the cheaper they'll get." He's talking ...

South Park's Buona Forchetta: See and be scene!

At last: A real sidewalk terrazza in 'Diego

On February 13th this year, Ian Pike reviewed Buona Forchetta (3001 Beech Street, South Park, 619-381-4844), and got into the ...

Donut Bar: Comfort food central?

This time, success! But is success excess?

“Oh my. Oh wow. You’re okay, Bedford, but this is the real thing.” Carla’s working her way through most of ...

Stanley Cup fever: cheers, chews, boos, booze

At downtown's Stout, $2 sliders and hockey finals have fans coming in droves

“YESS!” Andrea and Alli scream it out with the rest of the pub. http://sandiegoreader.com/users/photos/2013/jun/18/47673/ They're backing Boston and the Bruins ...

Downtown donut: hole lotta gourmet going on

New place sells out so quick, you've got to get there by daylight, practically

“Sold out.” Whack? It’s written clear across the window of this new donut place I’ve run across on B Street ...

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