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Viva, Mexican Food!

The ultimate guide to San Diego’s marquee cuisine, with a taco hall of fame, the best ceviches, the ultimate salsa bar, top taco deals, margaritas, micheladas, and more. Buen provecho!
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Viva, Mexican Food!

The ultimate guide to San Diego’s marquee cuisine, with a taco hall of fame, the best ceviches, the ultimate salsa bar, top taco deals, margaritas, micheladas, and more. Buen provecho!

Growing Up in San Diego

26 memories of being a kid in America's Finest City

Restaurant Review: The Wooden Spoon

High-end chef Jesse Paul ditches cushy hotels for the tiny, inspiring Wooden Spoon

Trail of the Month: The Train Run

Great for running and biking

Neighborhood Guide: Little Italy

With the buzziest restaurants, boutiques, and a hip new music venue, the petite nabe is having a major moment.

Home: Drawn To Style

At home with artist Karina Bania and her family

Tastemaker: Ann Berchtold

Meet the curator of this month's celebrated contemporary art fair, Art San Diego

Things to Do: November 23-29

San Diego Jazz Fest & Swing Extravaganza, Oceanside Turkey Trot, Surfin’ Santa Celebration, and more

Things to Do: November 16-22

Fantasy on Ice, Expedition: BAJA, Mother Goose Parade, An Evening with David Sedaris, Encinitas Fall Festival, and more

10 Hot Plates

San Diego restaurant rumors, openings, and coming-soons in November

Spotlight on Women

Remedios Gómez Arnau, Consul General, Consulate General of Mexico

Vintage San Diego: Our Father, the Hero

One of the most highly decorated officials in the history of the U.S. Navy, late Vice Admiral James Bond Stockdale moved to Coronado in 1962

Things to Do: November 9-15

Two Scientists Walk into a Bar, A Taste of Baja, Signature Chefs and Master Mixologists Gala, Escondido Tamale Festival, San Diego Bay Wine and Food Festival, and more

Things to Do: November 2-8

San Diego Beer Week, Culture & Cocktails, San Diego Asian Film Festival, Garth Brooks, Fall Back Festival, and more

Recreating the Water Bottle

A North County company reinvents a classic

The Big Time: USA Half Marathon Invitational

On the heels of hosting the first-ever half marathon with qualifying times, San Diego is poised to join the big leagues of running

Eat This: Yellowtail Tiradito with Uni

Verde y Crema is named after the restaurant’s grounds, formerly the headquarters and parking lot for Tijuana’s “green and cream” city buses

Burgers Without Borders

Tijuana is putting a gourmet spin on the quintessential American sandwich

Border Report: Día de los Muertos

Where to go and what to eat across the border for Día de los Muertos

Sweet Spot: Foie Gras Bread Pudding

There is everything right and nothing terribly inventive about the dessert—until Florent’s new chef, Brad Hightow, adds foie gras to the mix

Spin City: Outdoor Cycling

Hotel del Coronado has introduced Beach Spin, daily cycling classes on its Paseo Lawn

Job of the Month

Dustin Pelloni, Executive Director, CLIP Interpreting, since 2011

One Foot In Chile: An Interview with Isabel Allende

Best-selling author Isabel Allende brings her latest novel to San Diego

Hot Tickets

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

New Restaurant: Duke's La Jolla

New restaurant Duke's sits beautifully along the La Jolla shoreline.

La Vida Vegan: Let's Taco-bout It

Puesto’s new plant-based taco completes San Diego’s obsession with the Mexican street eat

Cocktail Hour: Spotlight on Bourbon

Here’s where to taste the bourbon renewal

Very Important Taco: Lamb Barbacoa Taco

This taco is like a cross between a Mexican shepherd’s pie, vaquero barbecue, and a soft taco. Phenomenal.

Now Open: The Flying Pig

South Santa Fe Avenue in Vista is undergoing a mini-renaissance

Inside the Icon: Rubio's Original Fish Taco

The story behind San Diego’s unofficial mascot

Parental Indiscretion

Nature Channel

Calendar of Events: November 2015

How to be busy and important this month in San Diego

Call of the Wild: National Geographic Fine Art Gallery

La Jolla now has its own claim to wildlife fame with the National Geographic Fine Art Gallery

San Vicente Golf Resort

18 Holes with Tina Mickelson

The Race Registry

Where to run in San Diego in November

I Tried It: La Jolla Zip Zoom Zip Line

The longest zip line in California is hidden in the scenic mountains of Pauma Valley

Fashion: Mad for Plaid

No longer reserved for lumberjacks and bagpipers, this bold pattern is having a stylish renaissance

A Clean Shave: The Dover Honing Co.

The Dover Honing Co., the latest from CH Projects (known for its rad restaurant spaces like Craft & Commerce) is bringing clean-shaven style to the East Village.

Green Flash Fifth Annual Treasure Chest Fest

Green Flash Brewing Company, August 29th, 2015

United Way of San Diego County's 95th Birthday Celebration

Coasterra, September 17, 2015
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