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The Howls and Kut U Up, Destruction and Nervosa, Lost Restaurants of San Diego

Events May 19-May 21, 2022

The Culinary Historians of San Diego will present Treasures of the Past: Lost Restaurants of San Diego with Martin S. Lindsay.
The Culinary Historians of San Diego will present Treasures of the Past: Lost Restaurants of San Diego with Martin S. Lindsay.

Thursday | 19

The Howls and Kut U Up

Encinitas bands The Howls and Kut U Up(pictured) take the stage at Belly Up.

Formed in early 2008, the debut EP from The Howls was reportedly self-recorded in a cold North County warehouse in the middle of the night, and at the downtown Encinitas home of singer-guitarist John Cooper. Their music has been heard on the TV show Sons Of Anarchy. Encinitas punk band Kut U Up were the subject of the 45-minute video titled Riding in Cars with Boys with Blink 182 and Green Day, which aired on MTV when it was released in 2003.

When: Thursday, May 19, 8 pm

Where: Belly Up Tavern, 143 S. Cedros Avenue, Solana Beach. bellyup.com

Friday | 20

Destruction and Nervosa

German thrash metal pioneers Destruction are coming to Brick by Brick to celebrate their 40th anniversary.

German band Destruction is considered one of the pioneer thrash metal groups and the current tour marks their 40 year anniversary. They’ve gone through around a dozen members, with the group still anchored by founding bassist Marcel “Schmier" Schirmer (who later also took over lead vocals). Brazilian thrash metal band Nervosa, formed in 2010, only sports one founding member, guitarist Prika Amaral. They’re touring in support of their most recent full-length, Perpetual Chaos. The bill includes Sunlord and VX36.

When: Friday, May 20, 8 pm

Where: Brick by Brick, 1130 Buenos Avenue, Linda Vista. brickbybrick.com

Saturday | 21

Lost Restaurants of San Diego

The Pekin “Chop Suey” Cafe closed in 2019 after nearly a century of operation. Hear about their history along with other restaurants in this discussion of the lost restaurants of San Diego.

Author Martin Lindsay displays a visual tour of some of San Diego’s loved (and not so loved) long-lost restaurants, such as Albie’s Beef Inn, the Luau Room of the Hotel del Coronado, and Pekin “Chop Suey" Cafe. Lindsay is an art director, author, and serves as board chair of Culinary Historians of San Diego. He blogs about food and history at ClassicSanDiego.com, is author of Ninety Years of Classic San Diego Tiki, and has contributed to Tim Ferris’ bestseller The 4-Hour Chef. A tasting and book signing will follow the presentation.

When: Saturday, May 21, 10:30 am to 12 pm

Where: Central Library, 330 Park Boulevard, East Village. chsandiego.org

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The Culinary Historians of San Diego will present Treasures of the Past: Lost Restaurants of San Diego with Martin S. Lindsay.
The Culinary Historians of San Diego will present Treasures of the Past: Lost Restaurants of San Diego with Martin S. Lindsay.

Thursday | 19

The Howls and Kut U Up

Encinitas bands The Howls and Kut U Up(pictured) take the stage at Belly Up.

Formed in early 2008, the debut EP from The Howls was reportedly self-recorded in a cold North County warehouse in the middle of the night, and at the downtown Encinitas home of singer-guitarist John Cooper. Their music has been heard on the TV show Sons Of Anarchy. Encinitas punk band Kut U Up were the subject of the 45-minute video titled Riding in Cars with Boys with Blink 182 and Green Day, which aired on MTV when it was released in 2003.

When: Thursday, May 19, 8 pm

Where: Belly Up Tavern, 143 S. Cedros Avenue, Solana Beach. bellyup.com

Friday | 20

Destruction and Nervosa

German thrash metal pioneers Destruction are coming to Brick by Brick to celebrate their 40th anniversary.

German band Destruction is considered one of the pioneer thrash metal groups and the current tour marks their 40 year anniversary. They’ve gone through around a dozen members, with the group still anchored by founding bassist Marcel “Schmier" Schirmer (who later also took over lead vocals). Brazilian thrash metal band Nervosa, formed in 2010, only sports one founding member, guitarist Prika Amaral. They’re touring in support of their most recent full-length, Perpetual Chaos. The bill includes Sunlord and VX36.

When: Friday, May 20, 8 pm

Where: Brick by Brick, 1130 Buenos Avenue, Linda Vista. brickbybrick.com

Saturday | 21

Lost Restaurants of San Diego

The Pekin “Chop Suey” Cafe closed in 2019 after nearly a century of operation. Hear about their history along with other restaurants in this discussion of the lost restaurants of San Diego.

Author Martin Lindsay displays a visual tour of some of San Diego’s loved (and not so loved) long-lost restaurants, such as Albie’s Beef Inn, the Luau Room of the Hotel del Coronado, and Pekin “Chop Suey" Cafe. Lindsay is an art director, author, and serves as board chair of Culinary Historians of San Diego. He blogs about food and history at ClassicSanDiego.com, is author of Ninety Years of Classic San Diego Tiki, and has contributed to Tim Ferris’ bestseller The 4-Hour Chef. A tasting and book signing will follow the presentation.

When: Saturday, May 21, 10:30 am to 12 pm

Where: Central Library, 330 Park Boulevard, East Village. chsandiego.org

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