Food, Dining & Wine
  • Point Loma’s Love of the Sea
    Point Loma has many beautiful and historical places to visit. One special place is a marine area located off Scott Street on San Diego Bay.
  • Finding Success with The Broken Yolk Cafe
    The Broken Yolk Cafe is no stranger to most San Diego residents as well as visitors. The café is a favorite Sunday brunch spot, although breakfast there feels like Sunday brunch every day with its huge menu and ample portions.
  • Voulez Vous
    Located steps away from the La Jolla Shores Beach, the Voulez Vous Bistro and Boulangerie opened in September. One doesn’t expect a French bakery and authentic French cuisine among the surf shops, kayak shops, beach goers and scuba divers. The prices are reasonable and the food is delectable.
  • Veladora
    Located at the newly renovated Rancho Valencia Resort and Spa, Veladora is the luxury hotel’s new signature restaurant. After the entire resort underwent a $30 million renovation, Veladora debuted in October with an expanded outdoor seating area and a redesigned private dining room with patio.
  • True Food Kitchen: Healthy, Green and Gourmet
    True Food Kitchen is not just for health nuts, but also for people who want good-tasting, healthy alternatives and have a penchant for fusion cuisine rich in Mediterranean, Californian and Asian roots.
  • New Restaurant in La Jolla Serves Farm-to-Sea Cuisine
    Herschel Avenue is seeing better times as more restaurants are transforming the street. The Herringbone seafood restaurant is located in a building that used to be an abandoned, run-down brick structure between two parking lots.
  • Halloween at Barbarella
    Barbarella, a favorite Italian bistro in La Jolla Shores, turns into a Haunted House complete with spiders, mummies, and skeletons for the month. No fear though, the menu still features its regular items.
  • New Scripps Café Offers Healthy Cuisine, Heavenly Views
    August 8, 2011, was the grand opening of Caroline’s Seaside Café at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego.
  • Bernardo Winery Keeps Old World Traditions Alive
    Step back in time to the oldest producing winery in Southern California, where wine, family and old world hospitality come together.
  • Why is the Chef Smiling?
    A Coronado chef owes much to his love of wine—it has helped his career, has become a life-long passion, improved his ties to friends and family, and, finally, provided a down-payment for his first house!
  • DOLCE PANE E VINO, Rancho Santa Fe
    Just over a year after opening its doors, Dolce Pane E Vino, a Rancho Santa Fe establishment located in the Del Rayo Center, has become a staple for residents and visitors alike desiring a high-quality, yet casual, dining experience.
  • $232,000 per bottle, $696,000 for three
    The stunning price of $232,000 was the price paid for each of three bottles of Château Lafite-Rothschild 1869 vintage wine at Sotheby’s Hong Kong auction in October, 2010.
  • Local Lobster Delicacy now Available
    Lobster Season is Here!
  • Coronado’s hidden brewery
    Despite San Diego’s rising profile as a craft-beer capital, certain brewing operations go largely unnoticed. The Coronado Brewing Company is one of them.