All in downtown san diego
Brunch, check. Bloody marys, check. Panoramic views of Coronado Bay and Coronado Bay Bridge, check. Feast & Fareway on the Coronado Golf Course is Coronado Island’s newest brunch restaurant. While I don’t know much about golf, I know a lot about brunch and Feast & Fareway is definitely “up to par”.
A tuxedoed server walks around filling up your champagne flute anytime they spot it empty and your dirty dishes from the buffet are constantly cleared away. When you descend on the buffet, you come back to your table with folded napkins, cleared dishes and a glass full of champagne….I could get used to that!
Want to get brunch this weekend? Yeah, me too! Have a few hours to wait in line for a table? Yeah, me either! While there is a very good reason why some places have a two hour wait, sometimes, “ain’t nobody got time for that.” I’ve compiled a guide for the best places to grab brunch in San Diego, without the two hour wait!
Fireworks, food, friends, family and freedom! What could be better!? I’ve put together the ultimate guide on where to get brunchfaced for the 4th in San Diego! From kid-friendly, all day block-parties, or somewhere to grab a bite and some cocktails (because you went hard on Wednesday night) there’s something for everyone on this list!
They say a way to a mans heart is through his stomach. So for Fathers Day this weekend, I’ve put together my top picks on where dads can get brunchfaced! The list is full of beer, bbq, steak, pizza and manmosa’s, so make sure dads are coming ready to feast!
Now, this Saturday your dream of becoming Arielle can come true too with Hotel Solamar’s Mermaid Core Class! Each attendee slips into mermaid tails for the class, which adds a level of difficulty to the workout. Once you get the mermaid tails on you quickly realize why Arielle wanted legs so badly. But on the other hand, you look so adorable and your childhood dream has finally come true that you can’t help but be filled with joy!
Next, a qualified assistant walks you through the bloody mary bar and builds it for you! Because one does not, “build your own”. You let your bloody mary assistant know how spicy you want it (there is a large array of hot sauces to choose from) on a scale of 1-10, she adds Worcestershire sauce and fresh lemon juice and then your journey begins. Courtney and I went in two different directions for our toppings. Courtney chose bacon, prosciutto wrapped asparagus, ham, and a few veggies. I went for a kosher salt rim, pepper, celery salt, chili powder, pickled carrots, cauliflower, and peppers.