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From beaches to breweries, mountaintops to museums, we seek and share the best plates, pours, faces, and places in San Diego.
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San Diego Magazine 21h
What does $6.5 million get you these days? How about a midcentury-Modern marvel of the steakhouse in the heart of Little Italy? Now this is the eye candy we can get used to. And yeah, we're talking about Born & Raised.
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San Diego Magazine Sep 22
Looking to hit the town without going broke tonight? Our weekly roundup of 2 people/$50 continues, with recommendations from our Happy Half Hour podcasting team. This week, we’re loving Punch Bowl Social and Prep Kitchen - bon appetite!
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San Diego Magazine Sep 21
There are nearly 150 craft breweries in San Diego. Need help picking which ones to imbibe at this weekend? In our Best Restaurants issue, we named Wild Barrel Brewing, Bivouac Ciderworks, and Viewpoint Brewing Co. the best new breweries in the city.
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San Diego Magazine Sep 20
We followed Jean Isaacs of San Diego Dance Theater and founder of Trolley Dances as she preps at auditions, on-site rehearsals, and back at home for the October performance.
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San Diego Magazine Sep 19
On the latest Episode of Happy Half Hour: Hundred Proof gets a cocktail revamp, Indian food is headed to South Park, and Lola55 owner Frank Vizcarra drops in.
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San Diego Magazine Sep 19
Dija Mara is ambitious. Everything is a riot. Nothing is understated, save for the mood lighting. So many flavors. There was an Indonesian food hole in San Diego, and it’s been awesomely filled.
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San Diego Magazine Sep 18
For our September cover story, we asked working women for their thoughts on negotiating a raise.
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San Diego Magazine Sep 17
Still don’t know what to see? Take our simple advice on where to dip your toes in the arts scene this season.
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San Diego Magazine Sep 16
CH Projects raises the bar (literally), once again, with the opening of Raised by Wolves. Designed by Basile Studio this French Quarter inspired space includes a rotating wall, stained glass roof, and plenty of crafty cocktails.
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San Diego Magazine Sep 15
The SDMA Curator of European Art details what it takes to escort Maria at La Granja around the world, or even just up the I-5.
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San Diego Magazine Sep 14
It's the first day of ! We snuck into the kitchen of top chef to get a sneak peek into what him and Chef Evan will be creating on the Palate Stage this weekend!
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San Diego Magazine Sep 14
The end of summer means local brewers clear their schedules to make the hop-freshest beer of the year. Luckily, for craft beer fans, the two largest wet hop beer events in San Diego each year are this weekend at Nickel Beer Company and O'Brien's Pub.
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San Diego Magazine Sep 13
The list of eateries to check out and revisit in this city grows less manageable by the minute. These two half-day food festivals make it easier to stop in to try new things and revisit old favorites in a couple of San Diego’s hottest food neighborhoods.
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Sarah Pfledderer Sep 12
Tis the season... to snag a ticket to one of San Diego's must-see 54 plays, concerts, ballets, and exhibits. 's annual arts preview is here!
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San Diego Magazine Sep 12
We're sending our SD Insider club members a special gift this week. Want some cool swag, too? And hosted happy hours, special discounts, and exclusive SD Mag experiences? Join SD Insiders now:
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San Diego Magazine Sep 11
"I’ve always been interested in social equality, but I’ve become more invested over the past year. I've had a daughter, joined the Symphony Notables, & started talking to more women about their experiences at work." - EIC on the September issue.
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San Diego Magazine Sep 10
Multicultural cuisine and cafés have always been University Heights’ calling card. Now it has trendy cocktail bars, eclectic theater, and vegan-friendly eats, too.
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Kerri Walsh Jennings Sep 5
I ❤️ & I’m super excited for this event. Come out and enjoy a positive, kick 🍑 community, some yoga and plenty of inspiration. ❤️
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San Diego Magazine Sep 7
Shake your hips with in concert at , watch 50 horses and 12 players compete in the three-day Beach Polo Cup at , or head to the Del Mar Fairgrounds for the three-day music festival. Start Planning:
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San Diego Magazine Sep 7
A few months ago, a very well-respected chef friend texted to say, “Have you checked out Two Seven Eight yet? You need to.” You don’t ignore this chef’s advice, so I didn’t.
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