All tagged San Diego

Day Dining at the Newly Opened Fort Oak in Mission Hills

In a sea of chilaquiles, breakfast burritos, and huevos rancheros, typical for Southern California brunch menus, Fort Oak is pushing the boundaries of what a brunch menu can be. Trust me there is nothing better than having a hangover, drinking a stiff bloody mary and devouring a giant breakfast burrito, but it is also nice to have a more refined and upscale brunch experience. When you try a new restaurant and get the experience of tasting something you’ve never experienced before; don’t us brunchers and day diners deserve the same experience?

A Neighborhood for Foodies? North City, San Marcos Boasts Accessible and Inviting Dining Options

North City, an urban, mixed use development in San Marcos that is aiming to become the official downtown of North County, has already welcomed some amazing dining and entertainment options during phase one of development. All are easily accessible and walkable from the community and North County residents can easily travel to North City with it’s convenient and central location.

Brunchfaced: Presidents' Day Weekend

I could be really selfish and just say the only thing worth doing this Presidents’ Day weekend is my Galentine’s Day Brunch Bus, but I won’t do that to you guys. I will plug it here though! LOL! But, since it’s a special lady’s event, the guys need somewhere to brunch this Presidents’ Day weekend too! Here’s where to get Brunchfaced this weekend!

Brunchfaced: Super Bowl Sunday in San Diego

Only a few days away from the best day of the year, Super Bowl Sunday. I don’t say that just because my team makes the Super Bowl virtually every year, but because it’s been a a huge celebration since I was born. Food, friends, family, and football, four of my favorite things on earth. I’m still undecided on where to watch the big game but here are my top picks for where to get brunchfaced on Super Bowl Sunday in San Diego!

Brunchfaced, Holiday Edition

Tis the season! While we might be surfing and building sandmen on Christmas Day instead of sledding and building snowmen, the holiday spirit is still alive and well in San Diego. If you’re here in San Diego from out-of-town, or what I like to call myself… a misfit, looking for a holiday brunch that won’t break the bank, here are my picks where to get brunchfaced this holiday weekend! Sunshine, suds, and Santa; this is Christmas in California!

The Roxy

The kitchen sink bloody is topped with enough food for lunch and dinner. All the traditional fixings: lemon, lime, olives, pickle spear, pickled onion, pepperoncini and a celery stalk. For the main course, a cheeseburger slider on a toasted bun, seasoned grilled shrimp, thick cut seasoned bacon, still hot and sizzling from the oven, and not just a regular chicken tender, but a buffalo chicken tender that was succulent and juicy.

Sandbar Sportsbar and Grill

Sandbar, has a great bloody mary in Mission Beach. Dubbed the “BAB”, aka the Big Ass Bloody, Sandbar’s bloody mary won’t let you down. Served in a tall beer mug with what seems like an entire bottle of Skyy Vodka, this bloody had me wondering how I was going to get home!