SoundBite Dinner Series, a 5-course dining event
Luce Bar and Kitchen
The ambiance says industrial, while the menu says upscale gastropub. Lamb tacos, pork wings, and festive cocktails, like a strawberry mule,
are all on tap.
1959 Morena Boulevard
Krause FamilySkate Park
Calling all skaters, bikers, and scooter riders: This YMCA park is equipped with courses for all levels, mini ramps, a BMX track, and concrete pool.
3401 Clairemont Drive
Bay Park Fish Company
The fish market celebrates seafood in every form, from sushi and shrimp tacos to ceviche, tuna melts, and clam chowder.
4121 Ashton Street
Siesel’s Old Fashioned Meats
Sister restaurant of Iowa Meat Farms, this butcher shop is popular for its high-quality cuts and full-service deli.
4131 Ashton Street
Beyond drinks, the educational and cultural center offers classes on wine and craft beer.
4126 Napier Street
Shepherd’s pie, soda bread, bangers and mash—Dan Diegos is all about U.K.-inspired fare, with an indulgent brunch that includes biscuits and gravy and corned beef hash and eggs.
2415 Morena Boulevard
Tecolote Canyon Natural Park
Despite its location in the middle of the city, this peaceful spot has a 5.5 mile out-and-back trail with a few short, steep climbs and is ideal for runners and bikers.
5180 Tecolote Road
Don’t miss the American-with-a-twist menu, which spans Bulgogi braised short ribs to grass-fed buffalo burger. The best seat in the house is outside in 4140’s charming organic garden—preferably with a red velvet waffle for brunch.
4140 Morena Boulevard
The Coastal Crave
Housed in the former Skybox space, this eatery pulls from both land and sea, including habanero calamari, grilled bone marrow, jerk chicken, ahi sliders, and more.
3065 Clairemont Drive
Bay Park Coffee and Tea
This neighborhood hangout serves up Bird Rock Coffee Roasters beans and Cravory cookies, as well as breakfast sandwiches and acai bowls. The cafe also sports a kids’ play area and dog-friendly patio.
4130 Napier Street