For a long time, people have been coming to San Diego for the beach, beer, and tacos, or on their way to Mexico. None of that has changed, but America’s Finest City has pushed beyond just serving as a mecca for surf bros and all things 1975, and the ever-expanding local food scene is a big reason why.
Everyone knows someone who’s been to Barcelona. Through rigorous, scientific research we’ve concluded it has long been the number one destination for American college students looking to party/study abroad, which means you probably have no shortage of friends to ask for suggestions for your upcoming vacation.
So, what’s wrong with us? Why don’t we love you, Colonia Verde? Like my charming date who just wanted me to crash into him, everything on this menu presents very well, but most of it is insanely bland. I actually thought for a second that I must have blacked out before dinner and powered through a carton of Marlboro Reds, because I really couldn’t taste a thing I was eating.
The journey never stops, people. But part of that journey is celebrating all of life’s big moments - from graduations to anniversaries to promotions. And when it comes to celebrations, San Diegans definitely know a thing or two.
We know you’ve probably heard about the “real” Little Italy in the Bronx, and we also know you’ve probably never been.
You know you're at the right place when you see the old, sky blue Fiat sitting on the sidewalk. It´s so cheesy, it could only come from someone who really means this sh*t.