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  • Ready, set, eat: Restaurant Row revs up this fall

    Those who relish the art of cuisine and indulging their palates are in for a treat. Next month, Old California Restaurant Row in North County celebrates nine nights of Restaurant Week, plus the ninth annual Taste of Downtown takes place.

  • Ready, set, eat: Restaurant Row revs up this fall

    Those who relish the art of cuisine and indulging their palates are in for a treat. Next month, Old California Restaurant Row in North County celebrates nine nights of Restaurant Week, plus the ninth annual Taste of Downtown takes place.

  • Art attack in Old Town

    Also coming up in September, the Old Town San Diego Art Festival takes place Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 20 and 21, from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. This free event put on by the Old Town Chamber of Commerce features over 100 contemporary artists from around the world, displaying their crafts along San Diego Avenue, plus an impressive showcase of painting, sculptures, ceramics, furniture and jewelry.

  • Oceanaire Seafood Room honored for wine list

    Gaslamp Quarter establishment, The Oceanaire Seafood Room, was honored by Wine Spectator with the coveted "Award of Excellence," a recognition of the quality of its award-winning wine list. Since opening in 2005, Oceanaire has achieved a Wine Spectator's Award every year.

  • The Shores Restaurant hires new GM

    Recently, The Shores Restaurant announced the hire of Lisa Redwine as restaurant manager. Redwine's experience in the food and beverage industry encompasses over 10 years in a managerial capacity, most recently at Molly's Restaurant & Bar at the Marriott Hotel, San Diego, where she served as general manager and wine director.

  • Arrive Like Royalty rolls into town

    If ever there was a company to get your motor running, your heart beating and your ego soaring, it's Arrive Like Royalty, a new boutique luxury transportation service just launched in San Diego.

  • RA Sushi appoints new head sushi chef

    RA Sushi Bar Restaurant has announced the promotion of Joao Mezashi to head sushi chef.

  • Local celebrity mixer to help with weight loss

    On July 18, at the Ivy Hotel, My Fight With Fat will host a celebrity mixer where attendees will be privy to see, smell and taste firsthand as celebrity Chef Scotty of Chile Co. cooks up a nutritious three course meal and teaches twelve culinary secrets to eating healthier and making better food choices. The event will also feature many celebrity guest speakers, an art walk, a live comedy show by Shereen Faltas and more.

  • Father's Day, Restaurant Week to keep diners busy

    A plethora of exciting dining adventures await during the month of June.

  • New business venture aims to empower young girls

    Four women educators with a passion for empowering girls to grow strong, independent and confident are counting down to July 1 -- which marks the grand opening of It's All About The Girl, a new party venue designed exclusively for girls age 4-16.

  • RA Sushi raises funds for St. Jude

    RA Sushi will host its fourth annual "Nicky's Week" fundraiser in May to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. From May 25-31, the restaurant and bar will donate 100 percent of the proceeds from the sale of their signature tootsy maki, edamame, pork gyoza, FIJI Water, Red Bull and other select beverages to benefit the hospital.

  • New exec sous chef at Barona

    San Diego culinary veteran James Phillips has been appointed executive sous chef at Barona Valley Ranch Resort & Casino. In his new role, he will help to develop new menu items, oversee special events catering -- both on and off site -- and manage Barona's entire culinary operation alongside the resort's executive chef, Dean Thomas.

  • San Diego Hospitality makes headlines

    In April, a Conde Nast Traveler reader poll named the recently renovated Spa at Rancho Bernardo Inn as the number one resort spa in North America.

  • Palatable pleasures along Adams Avenue

    The Adams Avenue Business Association will hold its annual "Taste of Adams Avenue" from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., June 22, with a variety of samples of house specials, entrees and desserts from restaurants along Adams Avenue.

  • San Diego Hospitality makes headlines

    In April, a Conde Nast Traveler reader poll named the recently renovated Spa at Rancho Bernardo Inn as the number one resort spa in North America.

  • Little Italy celebrates tasting fest

    The Little Italy Association announced its inaugural neighborhood food tasting festival, Taste of Little Italy, coming to be held from 5-9 p.m., Wednesday, May 14.

  • Local law firm adds twist to national program

    Each year in April, across the country various companies participate in "Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day" which falls on April. This year, international law firm, Morrison & Foerster, which also has an office in San Diego will do something a bit extra for the young ones.

  • Picnic People offers cost-saving solutions

    At a time when the economy is experiencing a slump and corporations are cutting costs, Picnic People hopes to entice corporate, institutional and social clients with an economically-feasible opportunity to entertain and reward their employees. Picnic People, a San Diego corporate and special event picnic company, will host a tasting and headquarters open house for potential corporate, social and institutional party goers April 2 and 3.

  • Gaslamp Quarter to showcase leading artists' talent

    The Gaslamp Quarter plays host to its inaugural Artist Showcase Saturday, March 29. This free community art event will feature more than 50 of San Diego's leading artists gathering to display their talent on the streets and rooftops of the historic entertainment district.

  • Gaslamp Quarter to showcase leading artists' talent

    The Gaslamp Quarter plays host to its inaugural Artist Showcase Saturday, March 29. This free community art event will feature more than 50 of San Diego's leading artists gathering to display their talent on the streets and rooftops of the historic entertainment district.

  • Barona executive chef lauded for generosity

    Dean Thomas, executive chef of the Barona Valley Ranch Resort & Casino, was named 2007 Chef of the Year by the American Culinary Federation San Diego Chefs and Culinarians. Thomas was honored for his contributions to the chapter, outstanding outreach to the local community and passion for developing culinary talent in San Diego.

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Hakkasan opens first Vegas-style nightclub in Gaslamp Quarter

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