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Sweet Spot: Black Walnut Tart

We’d eat anything sweet made by San Diego’s pastry king Jack Fisher, especially during the holidays. This ginger spiced black walnut tart with pomegranate jam and crême fraîche gelato on the menu at Jsix downtown is like Christmas on a plate. Jsix, inside Hotel Solamar, 616 J Street Sweet Spot: Black Walnut Tart Photo by […]

Home-Cooked Meals in Tijuana

Cooler temperatures bring a yearning for comfort food and home-cooked meals. Meet La Carmelita, a new-wave food truck known for cocina de hogar (home cooking), and part of the new Telefónica Gastro Park in Tijuana. Order its version of fideo seco, short pieces of dry pasta noodles crusted in tortilla, lying in a tomato broth […]

Holiday Cooking Classes

Just in time for the holidays, a chic new downtown bake shop teaches the art of cookie-making, pie-baking and more.

New Restaurant: Stake Chophouse + Bar

There’s no stronger restaurant cliché than the mahogany, leather-boothed steakhouse with servers in butler tuxes. It’s carnivore pageantry. And it will have no place at Stake Chophouse + Bar, a modern riff on the butter-and-blood scene. Stake is the sixth concept in Coronado from Blue Bridge Hospitality (which also owns Leroy’s). The team is phenomenal, […]

New Restaurant: Zarco Cocino de Baja

From downtown San Diego, it’s 88.6 miles to Valle de Guadalupe (“The Valle”). It’s 8.9 miles to downtown Chula Vista and Zarco Cocino de Baja, the new Baja bistro from chef Flor Franco. The Valle produces 90 to 95 percent of all wine from Mexico. Zarco’s all-Baja list has 99 of those wines, making it […]

Paradise Found

Amy DiBiase found her paradise as the chef of Paradise Point’s newly redesigned restaurant, Tidal.

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