Category Archives: San Diego

Lefty’s Chicago Pizzeria

Life often takes us away from our hometown, whether by choice, career, or other circumstances. When you are lucky enough to find an establishment that can bring you a little slice of home, you quickly add it to your frequently visited places. As a Chicago-area native, for me, the place where I can get a figurative—and literal—slice of home is

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Hillcrest Brewing Company

Hillcrest Brewing Company (HBC) is the closest thing that you’ll have to a gay Cheers where “everyone knows your name.” Even though HBC is located at the epicenter of Hillcrest, adjacent to the Pride Plaza/Flag at Normal St. and University Ave., it welcomes everyone who stops in for one of their craft beers or excellent food menu items—even furry, four-legged

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Old Town Temecula

If you’re up for a little day trip, take the hour and fifteen minute drive from downtown San Diego to Old Town Temecula to check out its shops, restaurants, tasting rooms, and historic architecture. The heart of Old Town runs for a half mile stretch along Front Street, which means that you can park your car once and pretty much

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USS Recruit

San Diego and the United States Navy have been intertwined since the beginning of the 20th century, and one place where you can get a unique sense of that relationship is at the USS Recruit in Liberty Station. In an effort to bring the Navy to San Diego, Rep. William Kettner, pushed for the creation of a naval training center along

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Queenstown Public House

Queenstown Public House is a New Zealand-inspired restaurant in a 1905 Craftsman house in Little Italy, serving up a variety of fresh food in a relaxed atmosphere. Brunch is served daily until 2 p.m., and their brunch menu has everything from a Kiwi breakfast to a cowboy breakfast, to French toast, to lamb hash or chicken and waffles, with plenty

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