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MaryJane’s Diner - The Best Hotel Value for Brunch in Downtown San Diego

Open for “early birds, night owls, and champagne wishes,”  MaryJane’s opens for brunch at 6:30 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays and boasts bottomless mimosas and a great build your own bloody mary bar! 

Brunch Dreams Do Come True: Sunday Brunch at the Le Fontainebleau Room at the Westgate Hotel

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!

Skip the Wait: The Best Places to Grab Brunch in San Diego Without the Wait

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!

Live Your Best Life as a Mermaid at the Hotel Solamar's Mermaid Core Class

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!

Sexy Charcuterie in a Glass, The Tower23 Bloody Mary at JRDN

The Tower23 bloody mary had a stunning presentation; glistening in the sunbeams on the oceanfront patio, It was almost too pretty to drink! JRDN infuses their vodka with jalapeños and cilantro. I personally love cilantro, it gives meals and drinks such a refreshing and floral taste, in the best way possible. The mix is made in-house with a mild flavor but has that last second kick from the jalapeño infusion and spices. The jalapeños gave the bloody a perfect amount of heat, making it drinkable for lovers of all spice-levels.

Aloha, Honeymoon Bloody Marys at the Hyatt Regency, Maui

Sugar, spice, and everything nice, is the best way to describe this bloody! Sweet and tangy and a little on the thick side. I've heard they put brown sugar in their bloodys, but I wasn't able to confirm. The spice was more peppery than horseradish and the tabasco flavor was prevalent. The skewer had some scrumptious treats. A lime pin wheel, bacon, pepperoncini, olive, celery and an old bay rim seasoning. I was very thankful for the waiter who went out of his way to bring me this bloody, that’s 5-star service! The icing on the cake this breakfast was the scenery, waterfalls and swans wading in a pond, with the palm trees and the ocean as a backdrop!