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June 2014

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Trail of the Month: Tecolote Canyon Trail

Great for running

Neighborhood Guide: Mission Hills

It may have historic cred, but thanks to an influx of local creativity and foodie-favorite restaurants, Mission Hills is quietly turning into the city’s newest hot spot.

Best Restaurant Winners by Neighborhood

Find the winner nearest you!

The Best Restaurants in San Diego 2014

From happy hours to hotel bistros, it's our annual (reader-selected!) picks for the best eats in town

2014 Best Restaurants Kick-Off Party

June 18, 2014 PIRCH

The Kahala Hotel and Resort

50 years of aloha

Athleta Grand Opening

June 9, 2014 Westfield, UTC

2014 Scripps Encinitas Gala

April 26, 2014 Scripps Memorial Hospital

Achievement Awards for College Scientists

April 4, 2014 Paradise Point Resort

2014 Bacon & Barrels

Embarcadero Marina Park South May 30-31, 2014

Things to Do: June 13-15

The best events in San Diego this weekend

What Superdads Know

Parental Indiscretion for June 2014

San Diego Center for Children Anniversary Celebration

April 8, 2014 Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Voices for Children's Wine Women & Shoes

May 3, 2014 Cielo Clubhouse

The Jewels of San Diego Annual Gala

April 12, 2014 Hotel Del Coronado

San Diego's Best Events in June

How to be busy and important this month in San Diego

Chef Accursio Lota Creates Solare's House-Made Ravioli

Cut from the same cloth. Readers named Accursio Lota as Best Chef. Here, he and his team create Solare’s house-made ravioli, with fresh spinach and ricotta, topped with butter sauce and a sage garnish.

Tastemaker: Geoff Cunningham

The artist, co-founder of Linksoul golf apparel, and dad of three-year-old Vera shares sources of inspiration and his Father’s Day wish list

Beauty: Essential Oil

Natural and organic skincare products by Skin Authority

Fashion: In the Nude

Go au naturel this summer with skin-toned neutrals

Where to Run This Month

The race registry June 2014

Kitchen Couture

Gilded, dipped, and striped to perfection, these finds help any hostess serve with style

True Food Kitchen's Silky Sorbet

The sweet spot

Hot Tickets in San Diego

Must-sees on stage, on screen, and in the gallery

5 Books to Read This Month

Your shelf life

Mister Brown’s, A New Barbershop in North Park

A cut above the rest

Setting the Barre

The total body-sculpting workout, barre3

Cody’s Home + Gift

One-stop home shop

Finding Shangri-la in Ojai

In this enchanted valley, 14 miles from the Ventura Coast, you’ll find orchards and olive groves, bohemian bookstores and artsy boutiques, hiking and biking, and endless natural beauty.

Baja and Beijing Cross Cultures

The border report

The San Diego County Fair Returns

Along for the ride

The Opening of Ironside Fish & Oyster

Trouble keeping up with the demand for their oysters

Vintage San Diego: Fair Ground

San Diego County Fair circa 1939

Harrah's Resort South California

Staycation at Harrah's SoCal

By Any Other Name

Twelve restaurant buzzwords that have worn out their welcome

Handle With Care: Juniper & Ivy

The team at Juniper & Ivy inspects every detail with keen eyes.

The State of Restaurant Criticism in the Age of Half-Stars

A Yeti makes a list

Where the Chefs Eat

Who better to know about the best food in town than the chefs themselves?

The Marine Room's Chef Bernard Guillas

The art of presentation. The Marine Room's chef Bernard Guillas prepares Alaskan halibut with red walnuts, quinoa, cara cara orange, and an absinthe infusion

Food Blogger Favorites

From fish tacos to focaccia, eight San Diego foodies share their favorite dishes around town.
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