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The best cold brew coffee spots in San Diego

There is nothing that compares to that first sip of coffee when you’re tired or experiencing a painful mid-day slump. The stronger, the better — and that’s why we love a good cold brew, especially in this current heat wave.  To help guide you through the multitude of options around San Diego, and...SEE THE STORY

  • Fight Night returns to Parq Nightclub

    Fight Night returns to Parq Nightclub

    Get ready to watch a major smackdown over at Parq Nightclub for the second installment of Fight Night: MMA Cage Fights taking place on Sunday, Oct. 2 at 9 p.m. The event gathers top fighters from the West Coast who have competed in various stages including the UFC. Prepare to see lots of striking,...

  • San Diego: This Weekend (Sept. 29-Oct. 2)

    San Diego: This Weekend (Sept. 29-Oct. 2)

    From Fashion Week San Diego to CRSSD Festival, there's plenty to do this weekend in San Diego.    Fashion Week San Diego (FWSD) Fashion Week San Diego – Thursday through Sunday Four days of fashion from San Diego’s top emerging designers will take over La Jolla during Fashion Week San Diego. The...

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  • Weekly Buzz (Sept. 19-23)

    Weekly Buzz (Sept. 19-23)

    North Park makes list as one of the “hottest” housing markets in America This isn’t shocking to most of us, who know how hot of a commodity the area of North Park is to live in — which is probably why it lands number 10 on this list.  “Homes in the hottest zip codes go fast, selling in an average...

  • Modern Times Beer opens a cafe

    Modern Times Beer opens a cafe

    What’s better than Modern Times Beers? That’s hard to say, but their brand-spanking-new cafe, located inside of their Point Loma Fermentorium, is a close second. The cafe now offers up espresso, barrel-aged pour over blends, cold brew coffee flights, cold brew horchata slushies and barrel-aged...

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  • North Park Beer Co. celebrates Mastiff Kitchen grand opening

    North Park Beer Co. celebrates Mastiff Kitchen grand opening

    North Park’s food scene just got a little bit tastier. If you haven’t already stopped in to enjoy a cold brew at North Park Beer Co., here’s another reason to. The brewery just started serving food provided by Mastiff Kitchen. Menu items are both meat-lover approved and veggie friendly, as well....

  • Meatless Monday: Heirloom tomato-burrata salad

    Meatless Monday: Heirloom tomato-burrata salad

    What is it? Heirloom tomato burrata salad  Where is it from? Urban Solace What's in it? Heirloom tomatoes, burrata cheese, frisee, balsamic dressing and lemon-herb vinaigrette.  How much will it cost me? $12.50 Why we love it? What is there not to love about a little caprese-style salad? This dish...

  • Undistributed beer of the week: Boardwalk Blonde by Pacific Beach AleHouse

    Undistributed beer of the week: Boardwalk Blonde by Pacific Beach AleHouse

    Editor’s Note: Undistributed beer of the week is a series that profiles a local brew only available to try on draft at specific locations in San Diego for a limited time. There can only be one undistributed beer of the week. The competition is fierce in San Diego’s beer community, but someone has...

  • Boba not your cup of tea? Wait, there's more here

    Boba not your cup of tea? Wait, there's more here

    Show me a photo of a panda macaron and I’m there. This is exactly how I wound up at San Diego Boba Tea noshing on a giant Nutella crepe filled with fresh strawberries and whipped cream. Instagram sold me on their macarons — I took home a mixed box full of pandas and unique flavors such as honeydew...

  • Ph.D. student identifies 10 dimensions of burrito perfection

    Ph.D. student identifies 10 dimensions of burrito perfection

    Just as with beauty, a perfect burrito is in the eyes of the beholder.  No matter what it contains — carne asada, carnitas or something else — a great burrito for you may be lackluster for someone else.  “When people say ‘what is the best burrito?’ they don’t always know what they’re asking,” said...

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  • CRSSD Festival returns to Waterfront Park for fourth time

    CRSSD Festival returns to Waterfront Park for fourth time

    San Diego does not have the same cachet as such Electronic Dance Music hot spots as Las Vegas, Miami, Chicago, Los Angeles and New York. But, slowly but surely, the scene here has become increasingly vibrant. And CRSSD Festival, which returns to Waterfront Park Saturday and Sunday for the fourth...

  • Keep the party going at CRSSD "After Dark"

    Keep the party going at CRSSD "After Dark"

    Get ready to get all CRSSD up. The two-day music fest is back, and if you can’t make it during the day or want to keep the fun going once the festival ends, the “After Dark” lineup has you covered. Read below to see which of your favorite DJs and artists will be performing around San Diego once...

  • CRSSD Fest releases day-by-day set times

    CRSSD Fest releases day-by-day set times

    CRSSD Fest will make its triumphant return to Waterfront Park on Oct. 1 and 2 with a strong lineup of EDM-based artists and DJs that you won’t want to miss.  The festival has revealed their official set times for each day, offering fest-goers three different stages and a variety of artists to choose...

  • This week’s top concerts in San Diego

    This week’s top concerts in San Diego

    TUESDAY DJ Shadow The hip-hop turntablist celebrated his 20th year of making music with the release of his sixth studio album, “The Mountain Will Fall,” in June. 8 p.m. Tuesday. House of Blues, 1055 Fifth Ave., downtown. $27.50-$50. All ages. (619) 299-2583 or houseofblues.com/sandiego Dolly...

  • See colors as you've never seen them

    See colors as you've never seen them

    Synesthesia: a subjective sensation or image of a sense (as of color) other than the one (as of sound) being stimulated. — Merriam-Webster Ever heard this fifty-cent word? I know it because I experience it often in my life. When I listen to music or when I meditate, I “hear” and “see” colors, whether...

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  • Hyatt Regency La Jolla debuts new restaurant & renovations

    Hyatt Regency La Jolla debuts new restaurant & renovations

    As the tourists begin to leave San Diego and head back to work and school routines, us locals begin to kick back and embrace “second summer,” the second wave of warmth paired with quieter streets and beaches.   To best enjoy the perks and places that those visitors inhabited during the few golden...

  • Let air plants lighten up small spaces

    Let air plants lighten up small spaces

    You’ve seen them before. They’re most notably found in a small globes or attached to a piece of driftwood. Tillandsias, better known as air plants, are not new, but they seem to be everywhere lately. From restaurants to hotel lobbies to museum art installations, these versatile plants may be the...

  • Influx of stores, homes invigorating Barrio Logan

    Influx of stores, homes invigorating Barrio Logan

    Barrio Logan is changing. The urban neighborhood — south of downtown’s East Village — is seeing art galleries, specialty coffee shops and mixed-use developments where there were once rundown homes, old train tracks and industrial warehouses. New interest has sparked a revival in the area. Living...

  • I dare you to… zipline at the SD Zoo Safari Park

    I dare you to… zipline at the SD Zoo Safari Park

    My next adventure soars over the wild animals of the iconic park

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