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A not-so-hidden gem on the edges of the North Park neighborhood is a new spectacular breakfast spot, North Park Breakfast Company. Brought to you by breakfast heavy weights, Rise & Shine Restaurant Group (Fig Tree Cafe & Breakfast Republic) North Park Breakfast Company has it’s own individual flare that’ll not only resonate with the neighborhood but brunch and breakfast enthusiasts alike!
The latest location of Breakfast Republic in Mission Valley makes it a perfect spot for shoppers to grab breakfast before hitting the mall or an early afternoon breakfast after a morning of shopping till you drop! I myself, may have “accidentally” wandered across the street to Nordstrom Rack after finishing my breakfast. #mimosasmademedoit
No more RAIN!!!! It might still be a little foggy this weekend, but finally, for the foreseeable future, the rain went back to wherever it came from! Summer is finally on it’s way!! Here’s my top picks on where to get brunch faced on this rain-free weekend!!
Biergarden does have a large selection of San Diego brews on tap but I decided on Biergarden because of their brunch and FULL Bloody Mary menu! The bloody mary menu definitely steals the show! Not one, not two, not three, but FIVE bloody marys for your tasting and drinking pleasure. In a sea of tomato juice, vodka, and celery sticks, nothing makes your girl more excited than variety and individuality (that goes for my food and life in general).
Finally,......it’s going to be a warm, sunny, and gorgeous weekend again in San Diego!!! It felt like this cold weather had no end in sight this year! Not to mention its opening weekend for baseball!!!! So, whether your headed to the game or looking for a patio to soak up some sunshine and get brunchfaced, here are my picks for Padres opening weekend!
With the addition of over 50 new bloody marys in San Diego to my repertoire, I’m giving you my new and improved list of best bloody marys in San Diego!
Build your own bloody mary bars in San Diego are much like a unicorn; mythical, elusive, and rare. Unlike the east coast where build your own bloody mary bars are much more common. While San Diego only seems to have a few, I have news for you! I’ve captured the unicorn! I know the best spots where you can find the best build your own bloody marys in San Diego!
The bloody mary at Hello Betty has been one of my favorites of 2018 so far! When I first sipped the bloody mary I said to my brunch date, “oooh wow that is savory”. If you’ve read any of my other blogs then you know I’m a savory and salty kind of gal, so the bloody immediately hit the spot! Betty's bloody mary mix is loaded with flavor and spices, especially celery seed and garlic and is light on the horseradish. Every morsel has an umami flavor that is rich, deep and elevates the warmth of the tomato juice. The bloody mary is not spicy, but sometimes that’s completely okay! The Hello Betty house-made bloody mary is topped off with New Amsterdam Vodka, a simple celery stalk, lemon wedge and a kosher salt rim!
Eureka! A bloody mary that is house-made, wallet-friendly and tastes really freaking good! Bloody marys and mimosas are only $5.00 every Saturday and Sunday at Eureka! Now I know in some places that might be a standard price, but to find a $5.00 Bloody Mary in San Diego that isn’t rubbish, is an absolute pleasure!
When the Jurassic Pork bloody arrived at my table I was elated! The dark red bloody is a perfect backdrop for the plentiful spices in the drink and the aroma of the thick piece of Jurassic pork filled the air with warm bacon superbness.
Don’t you just love the smell of Barbecue? Whether it’s your thing or not, you can’t deny luring aromas billowing from slow roasted meat! Smells trigger memories and emotions within our brains, so when I pulled up to Cali Comfort BBQ and smelled the food smoking in the back, I was transported to fond memories of grilling with my dad on camping trips, holiday barbecues or just a regular Tuesday night. Oh, the nostalgia.
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.
The Barn Yard Mary comes with multiple skewers of roasted seasonal veggies (zucchini, peppers, stuffed mushroom caps), tomato and mozzarella, pickled veggies (pepperoncini, olives, and onions) bacon wrapped shrimp, Mexican street corn (my favorite part), sage fennel sausage, and oh, a WHOLE ROASTED CHICKEN! Not just some dried out chicken, a juicy, moist, and succulent bird. It comes complete with a BBQ drizzle over everything!