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3 Neighborhood Tasting Tours Not to Miss This Week

Explore restaurants and breweries in Point Loma, Hillcrest, and along Morena Blvd


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April 14: Taste of Hillcrest

As San Diegans, many of us live in a neighborhood that fits our own lifestyle (surfers by the beach, foodies in Little Italy, beer drinkers in North Park), and we generally don't venture too far outside of it. Neighborhood tasting tours are a great way to get to know a different part of the city and take in its food and drink offerings. This week, no fewer than three 'hoods are offering samples from local eateries and breweries. Lace up those walking shoes and start exploring!

 

Taste of Morena

April 11 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

This year's Taste of Morena offers food and drink specials from 20 restaurants along the Morena Blvd corridor. Complimentary Old Town Trolley Shuttles will do continuous loops every 15 minutes or so to participating establishments, such as Urbane Café, Bull’s Smokin’ BBQ, Luce Bar and Kitchen, Poseidon, and Project. Tickets are $25.

 

Taste of Point Loma

April 11 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Sample the best of a long and varied list of eateries from the Point Loma area, including Blue Wave Bar & Grill, Brigantine Seafood and Oyster Bar, Charles + Dinorah at The Pearl, Jimmy’s Famous American Tavern, Living Room Café, and Point Loma Fish Shop. Tickets are $25 for general admission, or $20 for students, military, or cyclists. Dogs are welcome in designated areas.

 

Taste of Hillcrest

April 14, noon to 4 p.m.

 

Join this self-guided walking tour of Hillcrest’s culinary delights. Whether on foot or in one of the provided electric shuttle buses, you can sample Thai, Italian, or French delicacies, plus beer, cocktails, and much more from 35 restaurants, cafés, and bars. Tickets are $30 in advance or $35 on the day of. For ADA-compliant shuttles, call (619)818-8897.

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