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Who Is Dr. Robert Malone, Inventor of mRNA Vaccines?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:58 min | Last week

Who Is Dr. Robert Malone, Inventor of mRNA Vaccines?

"And he is the president of the international alliance of physicians and scientists, doctor Malone, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you. Thanks a lot for the opportunity to be here and talk to you and your audience. So let's get on it. So I'm an admirer and fan of yours. I first was made aware of you and your work when you join Brett Weinstein on his podcast all the way back in April or May or June if I remember correctly. In the back in the 20th century. It feels like yeah, that was a different world. And I was very interested in that conversation and I've watched hours of your footage since because it seemed that you were confirming some of the suspicion that I had and skepticism in my head towards the current rollout and the vaccine that we are now being in some ways forced to take. Please establish your background in vaccine technology, the original inventor of MR MN RNA and DNA vaccines and talk about why and how you got concerned about this. And we'll go from there. Let's see. So briefly, the bona fides. Let's see, you see Davis, biochemistry, bachelors and science. You see San Diego and the salk institute masters in biology, MD from northwestern university in Chicago. Fellowships, research fellowships at UC Davis and a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School for global clinical scholars research training that was just a few years ago to kind of tighten up all of my credentials having to do with clinical research regulatory affairs and all that stuff also completed a internship medical internship at UC Davis. I'm a licensed physician in the state of Maryland. I did invent the core platform technology that gave rise to these vaccines. I did not invent these vaccines. And I'm a little aggravated at what's been done with these vaccines as what's happened to the technology. But I had a extensive academic career top pathology at UC Davis and new Maryland Baltimore and also was an associate professor at the uniformed services university of the health sciences. You could look up all the papers and the many patents through if you look on Google scholar is a site so you can just Google scholar and I'm having trouble with that just like you were with the mRNA. With my name on it. And you'll see the over hundred papers and 12,600 plus academic citations for the work blah,

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Grandparents await hugs, spouses reunite as US borders open

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

Grandparents await hugs, spouses reunite as US borders open

"U. S. borders are again open to foreign travelers with emotional reunions marking the day after nearly two years of pandemic related shutdowns from Frankfort where Stella Godwin was waiting for a flight to New York I am so excited to San Francisco fantastic Australian Nick Lincoln and all other travelers reveled in again visiting the U. S. for him it's a business but in Newark New Jersey I'm not jolly debate flew from India to see her boyfriend for the first time in months while in San Diego because he is gonna move here Octavio offerings came from Mexico to visit his mother in law for the first time in two years at the Canadian border Steven Nabil love just having the freedom to drive across it feels nice to going to be returning to normal Sager make ani Washington

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Astrophysicist Sarah Salviander Shares Her Story

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | Last month

Astrophysicist Sarah Salviander Shares Her Story

"Sarah salvi and her welcome. Thank you so much. Am I pronouncing your name correctly? Yeah, you are. Right on. Okay. That's really my goal in these interviews. You're an astrophysicist. Not many people that I know of can can legitimately say yes, I am an astrophysicist. So anybody who's an astrophysicist, you want to say, how did that happen? But especially if it is a woman to whom I'm talking to, I'm all the more intrigued because as we know women tend to be underrepresented underrepresented in the sciences, at least so I've been told. So what is your story? Where did you grow up and how did you find your way into being an astrophysicist and then later on, we'll talk about God and black holes and all that amazing stuff. But tell us your story. Okay, yeah, I grew up in Canada. I'm actually an American, but my parents moved us up to Canada at a young age. They were atheist socialist kind of political activist types. They wanted us to grow up in a more secular atmosphere and so we were raising peace my brother and I. And at a young age, I became a space junkie. I'm going to credit Star Wars and Star Trek. This is the stuff that I grew up with. Just absolutely fell in love with space. And for a long time, I wanted to be an astronaut, but when I realized that actual space travel involved very uncomfortable conditions and wasn't at all like being on the starship enterprise, I kind of gave that up. You said I'd rather wait 500 years until they work out those kinks because I don't want to be cramped in a capsule, right? Yeah, so incredibly uncomfortable conditions not glamorous and exciting at all. Like you see in the movies. And so I decided that I wanted to explore space in a different way, which is through science. And so I became dedicated to the idea that I was going to become some kind of a space scientist, either an engineer, or a scientist, tried engineering first didn't really like it. And then majored in physics and absolutely fell in love with it. And I was lucky enough to get summer intern position at UC San Diego, working it for the center of astrophysics and space sciences. Got to do some cosmological work, Big Bang the astrophysicists just

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How Science Led Astrophysicist Sarah Salviander to Faith

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | Last month

How Science Led Astrophysicist Sarah Salviander to Faith

"You mentioned off the air that as a scientist, there was science that somehow led you to faith. I'm particularly interested in this because I was mentioning in my upcoming book is atheism dead. I couldn't believe how much in science in the last let's say 40 years has been shattering of the secular materialist paradigm. I just was so amazed that the more we know the less we're able to have faith that there is no God, so to speak. So how did that happen for you? Eric, you're completely right about that. It's the opposite of the God of the gaps thing. It's the atheism of the gaps. And really, it started when I was an undergraduate. There were various things that were starting to chip away at my atheistic worldview. And one of them was as an undergraduate student. I tried to reason my way to a moral system that looks kind of like the one that we have now, you know, just what I didn't realize was the Christian morality and I tried to reason that from first principles from just an atheistic naturalistic worldview. Couldn't do it. Found that very disturbing, but really the crack came when I was at that internship at UC San Diego. And I'm doing this cutting edge research. You know, this is the stuff that takes you out of the center of massive science. You know, the stuff we all learn in school that we've known for hundreds of years. And now I'm learning things that nobody has ever learned before. And it occurred to me that it just seemed very improbable to me that a naturalistic universe would be this easy to study that it would yield up its secrets like this that we could ask sophisticated questions about it. You know, because we're looking at stuff, trying to answer the question, how much normal matter is in the universe as opposed to say dark matter, exotic things like that. And the fact that we could ask these questions and expect to find an answer just blew me away. And I remember I was walking across that beautiful la Jolla campus and I stopped dead in my tracks when I realized that the best explanation for this is that there is a God. And right on the spot, I became atheist. Just not even expecting

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Streetside dining is here to stay - burst 1

Southern California Real Estate Report

06:09 min | Last month

Streetside dining is here to stay - burst 1

"Today on the southern california real estate report outdoor eating is here to stay stay tuned morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob. Mcguire and daniel wise coming to you from san diego california a new update on something that everyone seems to love from the pandemic is the the street series as they call them that have been built around the city. It looks like the city and development services have come up with a plan of attack to keep those in place at least for some places not for all but for some exactly and this would allow outdoor dining to kind of continue and continue permanently. Luckily in san diego outdoor dining has always been a popular option and These outdoor eateries will give people the opportunity to basically have more options. As far as. That's concerned yeah. I really like it. I think it's great. I think it's really cool especially in the more urban neighborhoods of san diego so obviously university heights is an area that i frequent a lot and some of my favorite restaurants around there like bond time places like that have have done. You know cool little setups. Some of the mexican restaurants around there you and i were just downtown yesterday and looking around downtown. It looks like you know around the gas lamp that there's still a lot of those setup. I wonder like in core gas lamp. Do you think they'll keep them even in that area where they're talking about turning that into a mall area. That'll be interesting to see what they do with that. Well i think that the rule is under thirty miles an hour and no parking. Lots no parking lots no white or yellow zone or no white yellow or blues zones. Excuse me read bluer white curbs or within an alley either. Yeah yeah. And they're limited to streets with speed limits of greater of no greater they're limited to streets with a speed limit that is no greater than thirty miles per hour. Yeah and a lot of restaurants are in violation of that mean. I think it's also you can't be within a fire hydrant. Distance which i guess makes it a yellow zone anyways right but yeah or makes it a red zone. Excuse me so. It's it's lenient but it's also going to. I think going to drastically change the environment. There even used to over the last nearly two years right. So you know with this because so there's going to be some interesting real estate aspects about this and by the way So this article is very recent. This article is effective october. Twenty fifth or sixth right. And this is i believe at ut oracle and it's a it's a relatively recent reason article and it's interesting from a standpoint of how the city is viewing these and of course anything that the city to get involved in there's going to be a fee for it right but more so we'll we'll touch on the fees here in a minute and what the charges will be in how they're kind of looking at them but more importantly the real questions going to be too is for these spaces that are commercial restaurant spaces. How the landlords gonna view these. These are obviously going to be an amenity to the property. But it's going to be a separate Lease transaction one for the street. Ary or the you know out you know. Dining area or ancillary dining area is is going to be a lease or a fee structure. That's based on this city's calculation that we'll get to in a minute and you're going to have the regular you know interior retail price per foot. So the question becomes does. Does that make those spaces more valuable or is it something that now so over the pandemic there was no charge for any of this. The restaurants were building them as a means of survival. That's what the the issue was. Was that you know. During the periods that there was no indoor dining. These were constructed. So now there's gonna be some interesting things that come out of this because now it's going to become a direct occupancy expense the way that the city is going to do this from a standpoint of the economics of it and you know how is this going to be you know monetize for the city so it's kind of a two part process so one of them one of the processes has to do with those structures that were built that have tents and things like that that's got to be changed now because those aren't necessarily kosher and in compliant with what fire wants to see right there. They're worried that you know this has to be inspected and done right and so and so the city is doing it basically. So you've got this two part structure to it so the fees are gonna vary the the and there's going to be a like a permit cost depending on how. How large the space is. They're saying the estimate for the permit to be anywhere from two to six thousand dollars for the two year. Use of that this

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The battle to develop the Sports Arena - burst 2

Southern California Real Estate Report

06:09 min | Last month

The battle to develop the Sports Arena - burst 2

"Today on the southern california real estate report we give an update on a sports arena center and it's becoming quite a battle state. good morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise coming from san diego california so back in the news. Pechanga arena chain sports arena. Whatever you wanna call it. It's it's kind of the. It's kind of like watching a sporting match like you're like who's going to take the lead. Yeah who's going to win out what's plan from. Different parts of the crowd right exactly. What what ooh. Who has the best ideas and plans. You know who's gonna accommodate. The city's needs fast. So for those of you. That are new to this. The sports arena. Property was last year thrown up basically as a request for proposal to redevelop it. But what happened was was that that was premature because the land actually has to be used for an affordable component of housing. That wasn't considered in the first proposal. So it's kind of interesting so so what happened was it was basically put out as as basically like most real estate. Proposals or requests for proposals are put out. It was put out as basically a best and final and they said. Hey you know you. Mr developer come out and give us your best and final on how you would redevelop this. The surplus land that we have around our sports arena facility. Which by the way. The sports arena in this town if anyone is local for our local listeners. I should say those of us. That are familiar with the sports arena. I mean it's it's really dated so this is long overdue to get this done for a city. That's our size and for a city that now is gonna have what we're going to have in mission valley with the new. Sds you the football stadium and what we already have in. Petco pet khoza class aid stadium. That's rivals any baseball park in the country and the sports has like this really. It's just as really old decrepit building but people love it and they love going to the goals games because they can say close to the ice and things like that so it has some kind of some neat things about it but the building itself is like one thousand nine hundred seventy s the developer. That came out was brookefield. Who has quite a few properties. Here in san diego so there are known developer there known quantity and out of all the best in finals. That's who the city chose now. They made a huge mistake right because in the summer when it went up to the state to get approval of the state turn around said. Now you can't do it because there's no affordable on this property so you have to literally stop and now turn around and go find not only. Somebody's redevelop the sports arena. But also you need to find an affordable developer and then you need to have so do market rate units so brookefield has come back around and now they're saying hey. We understand that. This was a mistake. We're ready to do it again. So originally the units that the total coverage was going to be approximately twenty two hundred residential units but now they're actually increasing that up to like four thousand residential units if you stay under a certain square footage right around six to eight hundred sixty eight hundred square feet. So obviously you can do a large affordable you know component of studio units or you know micro units things like that. That are pretty popular as affordable housing options. You know for single people and people that fit into the average area meaning category. Which they're saying is going to be obviously found by hud and it's like thirty to sixty percent thirty two eighty some eight. I mean you have to remember that. Like six hundred to eight hundred feet. You can of one better in that. Like dont necessarily studios of yeah. Yeah yeah that's true. They could be nice. One bedrooms one in twos in six to eight hundred square feet but but to get the density that they're talking about. I think there's going to be a lot. I guess i should say i should. You're right a one hundred percent and it's there's going to be a smaller. There's going to be smaller. Units so the original plan had a lot of residential houses like sf are and townhomes and things like that so that is probably going to go away to get this additional density that they need so it's going to be interesting. They're going to have to escape park. They're going to have office and retail. They're going to have restaurants so for those of you. That don't know this area. The site is huge. So insight and brookefield is in the running but that toll brothers is trying to trying staged a comeback. Well so toll. Brothers is trying to stage a comeback. But what's really interesting too. Is it so this is now an open bid so they put out basically the so so. The city got the state's approval and now they have basically put out that. Hey this land is available surplus. Here's what you need to do. So there's going to be like you know. Basically on sunday there's going to be a presentation so also condamne who is a local real estate investment firm here that owns apartments nationwide. They're one of the largest apartment owners in the country. Owner and operator i should say so they. They have a big management platform. They're also going to throw their hat in to be the developer on this project as well. They've already it. Sounds like

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Has America Become a Country of Cowardice?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:47 min | Last month

Has America Become a Country of Cowardice?

"Here, reading to you from Barry Weiss about what is happening in this country. The we got here because of cowardice we get out with courage. And she gives examples here. People fired. The Vermont school principal fired because she said she supports black lives, but not the organization Black Lives Matter. Black Lives Matter is a hate organization. If you support it, you support hatred in this country. Undiluted, left wing, Marxist hatred. Okay, period. Everybody knows that. No, not everybody. Most people know that. Most people know much of what the left stands for is a lie. But you can't say it. I say it. Just as I say that it is better to have natural immunity than to get a vaccine. I've never said people shouldn't get a vaccine and lied about. I was lied about in The Washington Post in the CNN play for you to see and then way of Chris Cuomo's way of distorting what I said. Lying on CNN comes so naturally that I don't even believe they're aware of the fact that they lie. And I will play it for you. This is what this is what we have entered. So she gives example another one of the Hispanic utility worker in San Diego fired because somebody said made a white supremacist hand gesture. He was in fact cracking his knuckles out of his car window. You're guilty. If one person on the left says you're guilty. In this ideology she continues Barry Weiss. The quality of opportunity is replaced with equality of outcome as a measure of fairness. If every one doesn't finish the race at the same time the course must have been defective. Thus the argument to get rid of the SAT. Or the admissions test for public schools like stuyvesant in New York or Lowell in San Francisco. In this ideology you are guilty for the sins of your fathers. In other words, you are not you. You are only a mere avatar of your race or your religion or your class.

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 Navy probe finds major failures in fire that destroyed ship

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Navy probe finds major failures in fire that destroyed ship

"A report by the navy finds major failures in a fire that destroyed a ship the report calls the fire preventable and unacceptable an arson fire last year in San Diego burned for five days and destroyed the USS bond home regard sustained damage of the four masters collapse and the ship is listing the report obtained by the AP at least three dozen officers and sailors whose failings either directly led to the ships lost or contributed to it the report says an act of arson started the fire but the ship was lost because of an inability to extinguish the fire the report describes a ship in disarray it spreads blame across a wide range of ranks and responsibilities including the now retired three star admiral who headed naval surface force Pacific Fleet Vice

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Cardinals fire Mike Shildt over 'philosophical differences'

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Cardinals fire Mike Shildt over 'philosophical differences'

"The singles cardinals the pirates manager Mike chilled over philosophical differences within the organization chel took over the reins of the franchise on an interim basis in August two thousand eighteen and secure the job on a permanent basis the following season the Redbirds won ninety one games that year earning short National League manager of the year honors singles with thirty and twenty eight in the pandemic Jordan twenty twenty season losing to San Diego in the opening round of the expanded playoffs this year's team used a franchise record seventeen game winning streak in September to reach the wild card game where they lost to the Dodgers I'm Mike Reeves

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EXPLAINER: What's happening with the California oil spill?

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

EXPLAINER: What's happening with the California oil spill?

"Oil has been washing up on southern California beaches all week since a leak in an underwater pipeline sent thousands of gallons of heavy crude into ocean waters this bill has filed the sands of Huntington beach and could keep some beaches closed for weeks or longer crude also washed into Talbert Marcia sensitive wetland it has been spotted down the Orange County coast as far as Dana point with tar balls reported as far south as Carlsbad in San Diego county it's still a mystery exactly how much is spilled the Coast Guard estimates between twenty five thousand and one hundred and thirty two thousand gallons cleanup crews and investigators are on the scene researchers say the impact on wildlife will take a while to understand crude oil components can linger beneath the ocean's surface and affect tiny organisms that are ingested by fish which are later eaten by birds marine mammals and people I'm Ben Thomas

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College Football Is a Red State Phenomenon

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:50 min | 2 months ago

College Football Is a Red State Phenomenon

"Morning glory america or high candidate hugh hewitt on tuesday. October fifth lied inside the beltway. Having good morning to you. I have a lot of the news for the rundown. But i have to tell you what i thought. Last night bet. I was listening to the college. Football enquirer which is a podcast recommended by duglery. So i thought. I'd listened to doug and his colleagues nathan and stephen do buckeye talk. Which is the best single program. Podcast in america covering the ohio state buckeyes. Doug recommended college. Football inquires listening to it in somewhere along the way in the course of that it occurred to me when they were going down the ap top twenty five college. Football is actually a red state deal. And i'm going to ask you about why one eight hundred five zero one two three four alabama number one red state georgia number two red state iowa number three red state penn state number four the red part of purple state cincinnati number five red state oklahoma number six red state ohio state number seven red state oregon number eight a blue state and falling michigan number. Nine that's the blue part of herbal state number ten. Byu is red number. Eleven michigan state is the red part of a purple state twelve oklahoma state. He's read arkansas. Thirteen is read. Notre dame at fourteen is in a red state coastal carolina's in a red state. Kentucky jenner red state at sixteen sippy at seventeen into the red state auburn eighteen red stayed in one thousand nineteen wake force in red state. Florida red-state number twenty twenty went texas red state twenty two arizona purple twenty-three north carolina state rad twenty four. Smu read twenty-five the only pure blue state san diego state at number twenty five so college. Football is now a red state phenomenon.

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"san diego" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

08:30 min | 2 months ago

"san diego" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Will. Thank you lovely gaurav and lovely kids of gaurav for that. Wonderful sunny intro Sunny in show. I think is exactly what we needed. Today it's been a somewhat grim weekend heh in not so sunny uk. Actually as i say that son is streaming in through my window but my goodness me. Saturday was a warning shot. Across the bows of the bleak bleak winter. That is to come. And i spent it watching tennis in san diego where it looks really lovely. No food no fehmi whatsoever. David it'll numb long for sunday to get a tournaments at this time of year for everybody to realize. Oh that's a good idea. that's all gather. Yeah he looks nice. Doesn't it really nice. I mean i know you know they not this tournament together in a master weeks. Didn't think it was a temporary temporary stand. didn't you know obviously if it did become permanent. Fixture on the on the calendar certain elements change. They're probably have bigger facilities and all of that but it seems like the bare bones if you need for for tennis event by that i mean players and sunshine crowd and crowd. It feels like they've they've got all these things. Yes donny velva do. I saw the managing director of the event and it just immediately had a an established tournament. Feel about him as though it's gotta community behind it already and i know about the staging of it. I just know that. When i turned it on it just made the heart seeing quite interesting this elongation of tennis in america. That's happening this year. Normally the us open is sort of the end of that swaying in them. Where into the asian season and here in the uk that means ten is happening in the morning rather than in the evening and night. It's just the different pace but yet the those tournaments in chicago and san diego pretty cool to see them. So well attended and well-supported. Yeah this big markets over there. Tennis at night suits me fall better than tennis in the morning. Say maybe this is just worn goods. Unintended consequence of a pandemic foot for me personally anyway and my and my sleep patterns I've been sunday Together a few years ago after doing it was a at in toronto covering that tournament and went on sunday. Go off to. Its with a with a friend that works to the atp metal look holiday are drove through. That was that was the tournament when the sorry david. The rio olympics started and i discovered that on the west coast of the united states. They don't get things live. Yes oh yes i remember. I remember you being quite this ball. Cruel in search of somewhere that was showing the opening ceremony live. And everybody's sort of confused looked at me and said oh it doesn't stop for three hours a night know all time. We're all missing it and it's like they're living in the past to the future or some sort of suspended times very very strange anyway other than that lovely place. Did you see dolphins. No no wells. I say that because spoiler casper route got his title in san diego and he was presented with a with a dolphin trophy big fan of animal themed trophies fees in general the sounds getting it would seem if the same there hit in san diego dolphin i did. I did go surfing in san diego. I need to discover the beachwear. Windsurfing had been a shark attack the week before but i do didn't discover until afterwards be merrily surfing say good. I had the biggest board in town to help me be goods Yeah slowly not very good. When i did my journalism. Course in nineteen ninety-seven. I went a few days early and ended up having to got surfing in a deserted See that was freezing cold. And i realize it's a bit harder than i thought. Fleming heart surfing that is that is the beauty and the horror of it. So should we start off by talking about sunday. Then saying i very definitely stood in direction. And i've not been to chicago s- affair or astana So let's let's start with what we know and and move it on from there. Casper rude was the champion in san diego. He beat cameron nori six love. Six two in the final. That i stayed up to watch will at least the early stages of last night i fell asleep. Probably a few games in the games. That i'd seen cam nori looked nervous. He was definitely tight and misfiring. But i just expected him to work his way back into the match. You know he'd lost the opening set. She under incredible win that one. We'll talk about it in a moment. Bad law sleeping in that one the day before and i just thought oh no big deal for cameron nori being the competitive that he is to to have a slow start but it turned out to be quite a big deal because casper read just did not give him a chance to get into that much love to in a final against someone is hardened is cam norian and as i say just the competitor that he is. I thought that was pretty incredible at she from casper read. I was not expecting to to wake up. Check the final school. And see that david um me either and i quite like to see them play again in indian wells in about the third round or something to see whether the final elements of that was partially responsible for ferrari sort of failing to give his best. There was a stutthof fight through the. This is a guy who'd been getting seventy percent of his first serves in an having more success on that first than anybody all week and yet here he was halfway through the match need one fourteen percent of his first-serve points in the first set. I mean he just couldn't get it going at all and and i was trying to work out. Is this a styles issue. That he is having a guy do to him what he does to everybody else which is just be everywhere. Keep getting the ball back. Keep pushing but without misfiring never hitting unforced errors and eventually the opponent breaks down. And that's what rude was doing to him and he's just just way better at it. But i think that was joined by just a bad day. Phanari and i and i don't know whether whether it's nerves or all just lack of rhythm on the day but he wasn't. He wasn't there really and yet roots the total opposite in the finals. He he seems to be one of those players who just gets better in the final. And that's that is the ultimate quality really isn't it probably starts to separate you from the pack and gives him a chance of going really further in his career. I think yeah. Where do we sit to right. Cast baru now. That feels like a sort of conversation. We need to have not ready for identity own stuff because it struck me a labor cup that he was introduced as part of a team. Europe squad that rule in the top ten and that's slightly passed me by the route heads entered the top ten. I think just off the back of the us open. I think he got in that week. Did it quite quietly He's now won five titles this season which is the most of anyone on the tour all of them to fifty level. And i just think you know. Do we put him up with his labor cup teammates in europe and and a very sit surpass. Medvedev ruben bertini. It seems.

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Firefighter Paramedic Is Forced to Move Due to Vaccine Mandate

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Firefighter Paramedic Is Forced to Move Due to Vaccine Mandate

"I've done everything on the board including being on the union working at every busy fire station help staffer the department created a women's empowerment camp And we went to work every day during COVID We got sick before we knew how to protect ourselves My husband's a firefighter People are home to our children often And it's going to be better We went back to work We never asked the question And now Todd Gloria is saying that if we don't get this shot by December 2nd he's going to fire us We have a massive shortage going on We can't even stop the department as it is We have over 300 police officers that are willing to walk Is this really about safety at this point Because not having fire engine and police officers is more like a safety issue than having people that have natural immunity serving the public when we have all the protected here we need already This is absolutely appalling You have natural immunity your husband is natural immunity I bet most of the people there who got sick at the height of this virus have natural immunity And it's as if they're not following the science It's as if they're defunding the police as well as emergency personnel And this is a way to do it I mean it's really shocking The murder rates through the roof through the roof And this is still how they behave You know some days it's hard to wrap your head around this But what are you going to do So we have a small group of us that are willing to fight back We're going to hold the line I have actually already planned to move to Arizona unfortunately My husband This is going to consume me I'm getting fired So I'm taking my children Arizona where hopefully we can sell our House in San Diego make a couple bucks and then figure out a new thing I don't know anything else 17 years with a fire department

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Buehler earns career-high 15th win, Dodgers beat Padres 2-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Buehler earns career-high 15th win, Dodgers beat Padres 2-1

"Walker Buehler threw seven innings of scoreless baseball and the Dodgers two to one win over the Padres Buehler allowed three hits while striking out five for his fifteenth win LA got RBI hits from Trey Turner in the first inning and AJ Pollock in the third San Diego's J. Cronin worth made it interesting with a one out Homer in the ninth off Blake Treinen before training was able to nail down the save you Darvish took the loss now eight eleven LA stays two games back of the giants in the NL west race with five games remaining mark Myers Los Angeles

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Record July jump in US home prices, sidelining more buyers

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Record July jump in US home prices, sidelining more buyers

"US home prices post a record surge in July the S. and P. CoreLogic case Shiller twenty city home price index jumped nineteen point nine percent the biggest gain on records dating back to two thousand expires bid up prices in what was a limited supply in seventeen of the twenty cities prices rose more quickly in July then in June and prices reached all time highs in nineteen of the twenty cities Phoenix San Diego and Seattle reported the biggest price increases with Phoenix leading the nation for the twenty sixth straight month my camp in Washington

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Dr. Jeannie Constantinou Is a Rising Academic Researcher and Biblical Scholar

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:10 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Jeannie Constantinou Is a Rising Academic Researcher and Biblical Scholar

"Such a joy for me to have you as my guest that i get really goofy. A genie constantinou urine san diego. You are of course greek. But you're american. Just as i am and you've written a book. I was so excited when i when i saw this. It's title thinking orthodox understanding and acquiring the orthodox christian mind so you are an academic. Let's start there. Yes i am. I'm a professor. And i've been professor for many years professor of new testament and early christianity new testament. Which as we have said was written in greek obviously and early christianity. I wanna get your background Jeannie because you're an academic. You're you're a christian. You you take it all very seriously. There are a lot of people in the world of the academy. Who are you know their professors in new testament studies. And this and that. But you wouldn't describe them as actual christians. They're just academically focused on this. But you really are serious about your faith and you're taking it. You're you're theologian. Yes you're right about that. It's very surprising. How many scholars of new testament really don't believe what's even in the new testament. And i'm shocked at this because i think where else would you have and not just new testament studies but also theology so many people don't accept basic christian doctrines that you and i hold. Dear are absolutely essential such as the virgin birth the resurrection of christ and yet. They're teaching theology even in so called religious institution of. That's the key. I don't i don't expect any different from secular institutions Because they you know they think. Hey it's like. I'm teaching the epic of gilgamesh. You know we're just looking at the text and we don't believe gilgamesh was real dude but the fact is that seminaries in all these kinds of places they don't believe

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Braves to face Phils after wild 9th in beating Padres 4-3

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Braves to face Phils after wild 9th in beating Padres 4-3

"Or land or sea is pinch hit double in the top of the sixth inning lifted the Atlanta Braves to a four to three win over the San Diego Padres Atlanta struck first with a solo home run from John Peterson eventually building a three nothing lead off Padres starter Joe Musgrove Musgrove departed with a no decision after five innings allowing just three runs on seven hits with nine strikeouts the bridge used eight pitchers in a bullpen game and held off San Diego as closer will Smith danced around three walks to strike out the side in the ninth that's one thing I learned going to Tommy John when you just sit on the bench you realize you can slow the game down and just make your pitches despite pension that's either gonna go one where those are going to go your way or his way you know we just got lucky tonight and went away with the win the Braves now lead the National League east by two and a half games over the Philadelphia Phillies Philip gone San Diego

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Soler, Braves win 10-8 in 10 innings to eliminate Padres

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Soler, Braves win 10-8 in 10 innings to eliminate Padres

"The Braves get their game and a half lead over the Phillies in the NL east with a ten eight ten inning win at San Diego Jorge Soler is fourth RBI of the game was a tiebreaking double in the tenth manager Brian Snitker says it was quite a win at might have been one of the bigger getting as games I've ever seen a team black where they go what they could have done and you know after the grand slam and how they roared back and just kept coming so we're also hit a three run Homer in the sixth as it Lana limited San Diego from playoff contention the Padres were one out from a win in regulation when Eddie Rosario hit a tying single off major league saves leader Martin Lampson the Braves rallied after Manny Machado belted a grand slam to give the Padres a seven three lead on the ferry

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Nixon Foundation Honors Gov. Pete Wilson

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:28 min | 2 months ago

Nixon Foundation Honors Gov. Pete Wilson

"I'm up with very little sleep this morning because we had a blast. Last night i came out to california with the fetching. Mrs hewitt so that we could celebrate with three hundred of his closest friends and staff family. Admirers donors supported governor. Pete wilson's career. Originally we had scheduled this at the nixon foundation at the nixon library. And your belinda. For the thirtieth anniversary of. Pete wilson governor of california in nineteen ninety-one and of course the virus got away to postpone it to april and then we postpone it until last night which was serendipitous from the perspective of the fetchy. Mrs hewitt i as we met for the first time on the same time i met. Pete wilson for the first time. That a pete wilson fundraiser at mission bay hosted by the san diego young republicans in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. What behind the ears. Ohio kid thinking no. This is a pretty good place. Look at all these cute girls in that went over there. And pete wilson was working the crowd the only campaign out at ten. He went ten eleven and the one that he lost was the one that i won. Because he had an event which. I met the fetchy mrs hewitt but we worked with bob wide. His longtime chief of staff and the room was full and rocking yesterday. Great reception the governor was there. Mrs wilson wilson is a star people who live in washington. Dc new gail from people's time in the senate remember peak is a marine yearly. But we be leftover that he's a marine enlisted became. An officer is older brother. Let him there as listed managed that you know break. You're on if you joined the marines. And pete did anyway right out of jail after that law school after that. Advance work for a young richard nixon running for california governor in nineteen sixty two. That didn't work out. Well for president nixon but eventually it did for the country and for president nixon pete went and became an assemblyman then. He became the mayor of san diego for twelve years. Then it became the united states. Senator for eight years and then he became the governor of california for your great governor is a great senator largely responsible along with dan. Quayle and ronald reagan for the passage of star wars sti which many credit with the collapse of the soviet union. Finally governor wilson was just in federal. He doesn't change that age. He's the same guy and there is a tribute videos. Very funny thing. They can either be terrible or great. This was great

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"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

03:48 min | 6 months ago

"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"The current military can be housed the train going from north to south. And things like that. Those are usually big projects that have multiple over budget issues and everything else whereas the sports arena is a core deal. The sports arena desperately needs to be redone. It'll bring in better music acts which will benefit the city. Everything would be better with the new sports sports arena is. It's a joke for a city this high or this large. Excuse me so so. It's something that definitely needs. Needs improvement. And i think the housing would be more more. You would have more people benefiting from that housing locally than you would from the larger navy project obviously although over time people would benefit but for the right now probably point. Lomas the best deal. But here's the thing. There's huge pushback on blocking the views of the bay for that project because of the height limitations on it. So you're never gonna make everyone happy at the end of the day bright and it is a picking and choosing but i think at the end of the day and really the reason. Why we're talking about this podcast. Is that the dynamics of san diego. Were changing rapidly and much like other big cities in california. We're now facing those same decisions of you know there's obviously demand for better housing and for better transportation and to bring our city like you said into the future. What's the city gonna look like thirty years from now and this is kinda vision that people are having which you know at the end of the day. We'll see you never really know but the housing is needed and both of these projects. Bring a unique and useful. You know public works type project. You don't type benefit to the people you know and the navy for the economics of the city that the city needs the navy and we should be a good be a good city to work with them and on the other side. I think that the city needs to know for for a city the size of san diego. We basically have one sports team and people say oh. This doesn't matter and it's like it doesn't matter but the economics of that actually helped drive things so it does. It does help it helps to attract jobs. It helps you attract employers when when large companies are looking to cities to expand. They're also looking at the quality of life factors and those are things that are quality of life that are factored in. You know so. San diego is expensive but higher quality of life and things like that those those are all things that help and i just think it drives economics in ways that maybe you don't see so so it'll be interesting so these two projects will keep an eye on. This is becoming obviously contentious issue. It's going to be something that we're probably gonna hear a lot about. I think the point loma one is going to be driven a lot. You know a lot more than the navy one. I think the navy one. They'll quietly work with whoever you're going to work with. And when they feel like presenting it they'll present it. I don't think there's a big push for that. Like there is for point. Loma point lomas already appoint private developers and they're going to want to get rolling on it so that's going to be an interesting one to follow at the sports arena. So thanks for listening today and let us know your thoughts if you have anything lead nahra on our on our side and And thanks for listening this. Been the southern california real estate report..

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"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

04:56 min | 7 months ago

"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Morning welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Danielle wise coming to you from san diego so post pandemic things happening in the real estate world and probably one of the biggest things or at least one of the biggest changes that we've seen and we it's interesting because we have the weather for it but the dining regulations for outdoor dining regulations or being extended right. And i think that's a good thing. So they're gonna so. The city council has voted eight two eight zero to extend the street permits until july. Twenty second for all the outside dining so all the or excuse me twenty twenty two july thousand twenty two. So all of the Outside dining areas that you see set up. They're going to leave that setup for the next year a little over a year and i think it's great. I i agree. I mean i i've eaten indoors now Being vaccinated. I feel pretty comfortable with it but i also rather eat outside and if i had the choice typically i would choose outdoor dining at this point just because we are living in san diego and What why would you wanna be in a crowded indoor space. I mean even though. I know they're not full capacity inside. I mean it's typically it's nice weather sun doesn't go down till almost eight anyways it's It's easy to eat outside. And if they have good if they have nice options. I think that one thing that you have to think about what this outdoor dining is. These people have spent a lot of money. Maybe a little too much money building really nice dining experiences outdoors. So they're not like you're just eating on the side of the street you really are. You're in a really kind of an environment. That's conducive to the restaurant. Yeah so some places have built some pretty elaborate dining areas exactly so so. They're really nice. They one of the things. That's the kicker to this thing that you know if you are a restaurant owner if you're real estate owner you have to be aware that the city is now gonna come around as part of this. They're going to start enforcing code though. And so one of the things that they're saying is Especially for the fire code. We had a fire. One of our buildings Recently and one of our commercial buildings and so we had to go to one of the tenants talk to him about his temporary setup. You know so. So there's there's things that you know you want help. The tenants and you want the tennis to succeed but also doing things that may cause some kind of harm or you know..

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"san diego" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:18 min | 10 months ago

"san diego" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"2019. And this is going from 24 in 19 to 50. My goodness, five million plus in 2020 del Mar's was the same. I mean, Dahmer's is very small, so it's hard to have that much of a lot of home turn over, but they had 16 in both years is the rest of San Diego East County. Center City, North County, West North County East is that experience in the same trade upward pressure? All of it? No kidding. No, not just luxury homes. It's everywhere. It's everything. How do we stack up against the rest of California, By the way, is all California experience of this? Are we just talking about San Diego? Because we're in a little little paradise? I think we're probably faring better than other places in California. For sure. I mean, l A has seen a lot of, you know issues with the virus. San Francisco in part, you know, so that's a whole different stratosphere for real estate. Actually, but for you guys, do you guys ever? I mean, you guys laughing us guys that say it's a buyer's market sellers. Is there even such a thing as a buyer's depends what you are desire he cellar, right, you know? Well, because I'm looking at it, even in looking at homes and looking at real estate right now, you know, just because it may favor the cellar price wise. Individual sellers have individual circumstances, right? And that's that's why you have to understand how two people find you if they want to list the home or they want to buy a home and again. Marty is not a paid advertiser. She's just the smartest person I know, in real estate here in San Diego. So are you still taking on clients and such like that? Or you just so busy to chapter like put on a waiting list? No, but that's a really good question. Because if we are too busy, we will refer we will. You know, we don't take on Something that we don't think we can be the best at. But I have five buyer's agents, and we have a listing coordinator in escrow coordinator marketing court, sometimes intense. There's a buyer's agent, the seller's agent. Well, no, my buyer's agents. That's sort of a term they buy and sell, but they're real agent. They are agents. They're real estate agents that are working with our team, so they have the ability to buy represent buyers and sellers. Like we do, And then we have the staff to manage our clients so that it's run. Very streamlined. I thought was even Maxine here today to your mom. I know. How is it The next time your mom's legendary in the real estate is like, how long is she better? The real estate business She has been in since 1976 full time. My mom. She won't be upset with this, but she's 82, she told people to certainly doesn't act like this is the next tour of several times she dances every day, and she has literally more. Energy than I do. She goes from earlier in the morning till later tonight, and she's has no desire to stop it. Let's get her in the studio. Marty Gallons Stubbs. Marty. Gallons is a partner of Maxine and Marty. Gallons real estate, you gotta gallons dot com G. L. L. E. M s and you could take a look at some stuff there. And of course, I appreciate you taking the time to come out today. OK, coming up here? Just a second. I got mayor. Former Mayor Kevin Faulkner is gonna be joining us to talk about putting his hat in the ring his bid. For governor of the state of California. Regardless, if there is a recall effort or not, hey is going to he's going to put his hat in the ring to see if he can run for governor and according to a lot of publications across the country, according even political, which is sort of left winger, everyone sort of betting on Kevin Faulconer because of his Past and taking over for the re called Bob Filner.

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"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

05:49 min | 11 months ago

"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"That's not even louis less. I guess it took at least six months so it just shows you. What a hot market. San diego has become for for every level of the market. I think that's what's most interesting is that you have the lower end of the market. That's gained obviously. We have a lot of people that are trying to get into i homes or trying to get into condos and then you have kind of people are trying to move up still and not speaking more and more difficult because the moving up processes harder because what is the second home like what is your next move up point like how do you make that jump from your first home for your second home and then you have you know the part of the market. Maybe i was just talking about like the college like the lower end of the higher end market. And then you have things like this. That are just absolutely extraordinarily high and attract such a different buyer in every part of the market is just being is just getting just know. I can't imagine if you're spending twenty four million dollars on a house. You really concerned all that much about interest rates but right. They're not they're not. It just shows you what type of real estate market where. Yeah i mean in one of the things that was pointed out in this article is you know so. It took six months to sell this. It used to be so the average selling time has been compressed now to hundred and forty six days for homes over four million where it used to be seven hundred and three days a year ago thing has really had an impact. I mean it's clear to me that covid nineteen is definitely creating an impact for the wealthy. The wealthy are getting out of cities that they're not happy. They're looking for value. They're buying in places where i think the person's vying this obviously they're looking for kind of slice of happiness and they want to live on the beach and they can afford to do it and good for them you know and i can see why a these if you're in a very high density city like san francisco or la even coastal la high density. You santa monica and places like that. You're trying to get out of those more crowded areas into this. I mean this is a great spot..

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"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Good morning. Welcome in southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise coming to you from san diego california. So you know we've been talking about different. Sub markets. A lot during our podcast. One of the ones that comes up all the time is downtown and so this downtown market. It's been something that <hes>. You know we've had our eyes on. There's there's been so much construction that ended up over the last probably five years downtown that you know we knew that there was gonna be really high demand for downtown class a. apartments but now it seems that since the pandemic and everything that's starting to shift and so now the suburbs everyone's bailing out of downtown and heading to the suburbs and so we're coming back to a period where there's gonna be some absorption problems in downtown san diego exactly and you know. We kind of expected this to happen. We even talked about it and previous podcast. It's it was hard to tell them the beginning. What these what does how does this. Whole covert thing was going to look like when people's leases started to add. Yeah and so. It's interesting so the stabilize vacancy rate. Downtown has risen by more than three hundred basis points this year. So this is a co star. Report co star it out. And you know. It's basically saying that you know downtown. San diego is still trying to capture that last demand that they had. And you know there's a couple of things going on one. The suburbs are more popular. Because you get larger units to. You're you're you're not as high density bright right and so that's really you know kind of what people are looking at. Also you know with the job loss and things like that. That are going on downtown. It's having a big effect on class-a type product. So you know the the class b and you know the the neighborhoods like north park and stuff like that are proving to be by far the most resilient neighborhoods that that are in this city right now some of the lower end neighborhoods like in the areas of elk hone and spring valley places like that. We've heard a lot about vacancy issues and or collection issues whereas a lot of these suburb properties. That maybe somebody was in a class a. Building had a very good white collar job could afford to live a class. A. building is now kind of relocating to a larger space and in a more suburban neighborhoods. So that's really interesting. It's gonna be interesting to see how this shakes out over the next year. So right now. They're saying at the height of the shutdown net. Absorption or that the or the number of apartments moved into versus moved out of in downtown fell by more than two hundred and sixty units for comparison. The rest of san diego region recorded positive net. Absorption more than two hundred twenty so that means downtown just started shedding tenants really fast. And it's just never recaptured that so the interesting thing is is that last year one of the buildings that was <hes>. A really really successful building was a building that was located. If i can find this. I think it was right on the edge of the east village right at that time. The there lisa up was going really well. They at least up like it was a four hundred unit and they at least up thirty minutes a month in june now. That building is back to where it was pre lease app and they're probably going to go back to some of the pre lease up incentives that they had in the past. So it's it's interesting that we're probably going to see this. This new round of downtown space. That's going to be re incentivized back to you. Know what it was two years ago. So you're probably going to get two or three months of free rent. You're probably going to have a much lower rate than what the market was prior prior to this pandemic. And so that's gonna be really interesting to keep an eye on right now. It's saying that <hes>. When you remove downs inventory from this late at the latest data set of absorption <hes>. The demand was positive during the shutdown between march and may and the region recorded more than two hundred and twenty units of desertion. About four hundred units less than what we historically see there. The the unit was <hes>. The the region the downtown region over the spring and into the early summer was making up for that. So but then between june and october the region minus downtown absorbed twelve hundred and fifty units almost eight hundred more than at the same period between two thousand seventeen and nine thousand nine so the birds are really doing well during this pandemic i mean. They're they're having no problems whereas the the you know the downtown buildings and downtown in general is really suffering

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"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report talk about a new office building coming up. Stay tuned good morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob. Mcguire and daniel is coming to you from san diego so Kind of interesting So today we're talking about new development right. So new development san diego and of all the asset classes. See if you can guess what. It is office who would think that there will be new office. Buildings being built of all places downtown yet before the pandemic it. Yeah who knows what to look. I don't wanna sound too pessimistic. But we're seeing some data about downtown in downtown is definitely. We've been kind of talking about this. Since the beginning of this downtown is now starting to feel some of the effects of market contraction. And so we'll see how this goes lebow. Realty and associates is the developer on this. It's if anyone knows downtown. It's four one e street. it's called twenty six. It's a very nice building. It's very unique to the office world. That's going to have operable doors and windows and balconies courtyards. So it's going to be very cool. It's going to be kind of an open space concept so they're saying you know pre pandemic. They weren't planning on the pandemic but the architects are saying. Hey you know because of this concept it's going to be a lot cleaner and a lot nicer They just started construction on it. So they're going forward with it And it's it's kind of on the site. Right in front of bank of america and bank of america was part of that the purchase there so they've remodeled the bank of america tower and now they're adding this new building which is again called twenty by six. It's a six story building and it's going to. It's going to be kind of just adjacent to that with a courtyard between the two. The two buildings it. It sounds like it's absolutely going to be a classic project. They're spending thirty eight million to create it. So you know it's ninety thousand square feet and thirty eight million so yeah four hundred twenty two to take to get it built so that excludes finishes so we'll see what the what the finishes will be. It doesn't say anything about the rants that they're asking for right now and one of the things that i think makes this very interesting. Is that when we look at the downtown market. And you look at this type of asset class in why brought this up at the beginning of podcast office vacancy rates in downtown san diego One thousand nine percent by the beginning of september so it's the highest rate coast are has four quarterly records. Going back to one thousand nine hundred nine so less than an ideal time to start a new project. So the idea is is that you know. The developer of this project believes that the work from home swing. That's happened for covid is going to change back. So he's he's gambling on the fact that he thinks that this is a short term thing. He's definitely got a lot of leasing done in the bank of america building after they've made all those improvements there at about eighty percent and that building. So you know that's obviously a good thing and that's giving him some confidence. But the question that i have really is you know. Even though you're believing that you know we're going to go back from a work from home thing if you look at tak tax seems to be kind of leading the way of taking the most cautious approach to this work at home thing so google for example. I don't think their employees are going back to work in an office environment until twenty twenty one until late. Twenty twenty one like mid twenty twenty one spring or summer of two thousand twenty one. This project will be done in spring of twenty twenty one So you know maybe he gets some momentum on that he's hoping for tech type tenants so if you're going into a building like this my guess is you would start looking at space now and doing some space planning and things like that while they're under construction if they're planning on an occupancy and spring assuming that you're going to take down something of significance like a floor right so it'll be interesting to

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"san diego" Discussed on Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

10:44 min | 1 year ago

"san diego" Discussed on Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

"Once you seven is also locally owned. The food is incredible he they also serve local wines and beers there. They have a really nice bar area so when my husband go in there on usually alternate date night week we love to sit at the bar. The bartenders are all super friendly. It's just a great place to go. You feel comfortable everyone we go. It just feels like your homage just really comfortable when people are so friendly. Faubourg is actually known as the friendly village. And it's true. You know everyone locally it you go from the restaurant to even our little local grocery store major market you go in there and the people that are helping to bring us up you know ask over go hiking today. It's just that kind of place where you just feel at home. No matter where you go is really cool are there. wineries breeze spars ars any any other places to talk about. Yeah so we have our has quite a few wineries and a couple tap. Room's one of my favorite wineries. His which is also an AIRBNB is a state echo belly. And it's up on a mountain above Pala Mesa resort and it's a small little winery it but it's just really cool because their view is just gorgeous. You can sit on the patio. have some wine taken the view and if you WanNa see the whole week in there you can actually rent out. The House has a swimming pool in summertime. It's it's just a really nice little space. We have a local wine club. It's called ladies Wine Club Faubourg in the winery hosted us for a day and we had so much fun. I did not sleep. I wanted to just move in there. We also have a tap room. Mm That is prohibition Berry so the actual brewery is in Vista but they did open at taproom in Fabric Series To to get prohibition and Beers there and that is right on main street. So it's really fun. If you're hanging out in your shopping and you wanted to stop it and have a beer. We also have a local restaurant called Cuban brew and they they have an awesome little bar. They do tap takeovers every other Friday and they they hope they have a ton of local beers and wines available as well. It's just a cool. Who'll little place it's it's in the original firehouse? So there's a lot of Fire historical memorabilia in there and it's just a fun little does seems to go detonates. Your food to they do they do serve food. So it's all barbecued some. It's barbecue in beer recently. And they are going to local lines. It's okay There were some other wineries that you had told me about before. Yes two thirds the vineyard one to four which is really awesome at Christmas mistimed. They open up for. I WANNA see about a month and a half or so. They still Christmas trees. And then you can also go. They do bonfires every night. We'll have live music. Dick you can have glasses of wine will have food trucks. So it's really kind of an event to get your Christmas tree and the place is just like so adorable. They saw you saying vineyard. One twenty four is only open for those six weeks or whatever so generally asked only open for six weeks. I did notice that they do other events as well. I just started falling among these book to find out when they when they're going to open the winery but when it is open. It's so much fun to go but Christmas time is really fun. My husband and I always go at least a couple times a year. We get bottled pulled up. Hang out by the The bonfire with our friends. We have Myrtle creek. We have the toasted oak. We Have Beach House and then we have FARC winery in which is actually probably the largest winery in fallback and they are in distribution. So you can actually buy their widens locally at places like Albertson's and then we also have constitutionists awesomeness which is owned by a lovely couple making Susan and they open up their home for their winery. You join the wine club you can go up there. It's actually up above up fallbrook in kind of like the Rocky Mountain area. So it's really rural gorgeous. Home that overlooks this big canyon with their vineyards and their wine China's great to about a bar or any other bars that you still there if you're into dive bars. We have the best device are it's called the red eye and it. It is religious up to its name. I think every time I've been there we have stayed in closes in with. Oh Gosh has has got of your own to you. But it's just you're straight up. They don't take credit cards. You ought to have cash law of locals hang out there. There's a lot of retired tired marines and military the hang out there. They have really good bands on the weekend denouncing. Dj Kariuki all the things that dive barbed should have. Oh Okay Salon hiking. I imagined you know this is pretty rural. It's definitely not by the ocean. I'm you know how long it takes you to the ocean about a half hour but our okay. I think you're an avid hiker imagined with a hiking nagazine that you might take a little bit So what do you think about the hiking places to go so in my husband and I moved from Ocean side we were. We were hikers in surfers. And we live by the beach so that we can start off and it was always my dream to move to Falkirk since there's little kid 'cause I just love Rothfield but what really pushed over the edge to move. There was the Santa Margarita River trail. which is if you do the whole trail? You've been actually win eleven mile loop and it runs along the Santa Margarita River which is a role river it flows year round. It is obsolete beautiful all your hiking through three hundred year old oak canopies. There are deer down. There are beavers in the river. There are a bunch of endangered fish. There are a blue herons. There are tons of Hawks in all kinds of birds. There's a severe SUV. You're obviously but I'm getting out of your into wildlife. There's a ton of a ton of wildlife down others hotel in bobcats mountain lions. It's just stunning. So so we would drive from oceanside once once once a week ish and we would hike the river and so my husband being a really big server said if I could find a house that we can walk to you that we could buy three walk to the trails that he would consider it so I did and we bought it and we moved to fallbrook. It's been about ten years now dot trail At least once a week it's dog friendliest. You can bring your dogs in the summertime. It's really nice because he bought the water in the trees as a little bit cooler. We also have Mountain which is it's a very. It's a pretty short hike. The whole loop is only about five miles but you're going up about twelve hundred feet in violent hap- since really steep so it's a great hike for training so if you WANNA get in shape that's a really good one to do. Once a week. We have a couple preserves ars that are managed by fabric land conservancy and there are a little bit shorter. Hikes are also equally beautiful with lots of oak trees and Sycamore Trees. And they're those preserved our great for kids so you can do short little milder and get out into nature and still experience at all. All the trails are dog friendly. uh-huh in fallbrook on a leash. They're just all stunning. They're all beautiful. Where would you start if I wanted to come out and go on that trail by the river where I start? How do I get there so to get to the childhood for the Santa Margarita River you would take deludes road which is right off of mission road and you're going to head north and there's GonNa be a wine you're gonNA stay to the right and that just takes you right to the dry so it's probably only never actually gauged it? How how far town? But it's it's it's not that far I would say maybe two miles out of town to get to the the chill had and are there signs and directions could easy to find. It's easy to find. There's nobody there no signs but if you just google it it's easy you can or you could probably they just put it right into your navigation. It'll take you there. It's a real popular trail There's so many wonderful things I mean. It sounds like just a ton of history. I mean Avocados data. Of course. That's fun in those festivals and some little quaint shops. Are there little antique shops. Or something down to. Yeah Faubourg downtown. There's quite a few the anti shops that have really fun. Unique a things for sale in them a lot of the residents a lot of people that moved to fall volver artists because artists. One that that rule fueling the quietness and they end up opening shops downtown to be able to eh display their superfund lines so there there's there's all kinds of antique shops in the community is centered around artists to you like why earlier we have the our wine bite. That's the walk. We have lots of little art studios downtown onto you where you can see. Local People's paintings and different kinds of exhibitions in that kind of thing. So I can't wait to explore Default work a few times ever. It's been a long time so this is really exciting. So yeah and the Chamber of Commerce has really good out helping visitors visitor down there too so you can only stop in the chamber. It's Ri- on Main Street She's amazing she. She knows everything there is to know about fabric and she loves it. Probably more than I do Possible yeah she's great so before we end this podcast. I need to point out that there's been one big change group town. Coffee Coffee has new ownership and now it's called coffee. corks and cuisine. Of course this only happened a few days after we recorded this episode assode but it does remind me to tell you about the show notes that are posted on things to do in San Diego Dot. US I take the time to link every place that we talk about to the web page or to some information so that you can easily find the hours and location etc and they actually do this for myself as well because a lot of times. I'm so inspired by these guests that I'm going to these locations and I sometimes forget all the places that were mentioned so I look up the show notes and try and figure out where I want to go based on the show notes. If you have a particular part of town or part of the city in San Diego County that you want to know more about feel free to drop me a line or if you've enjoyed the podcast look to know about that..

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"san diego" Discussed on Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

11:20 min | 1 year ago

"san diego" Discussed on Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

"Welcome to things to do in San Diego. I'm your host Suri Manelli and today I'm really excited about fallbrook and our guest is Jamie purring. Tin The owner of hide off magazine and hike it off clothing. She's an avid hiker and she told us about some of the most amazing places to hike the Santa Margarita River which is incredibly beautiful and incredibly diverse verse with a three hundred year old canopy so whereas fallbrook in relation to San Diego. It's the north most city in San Diego. cownie money on the fifteen before you hit temecula and it's on the backside of oceanside so it's not exactly coastal but it's not east county either and and what's really fascinating about fallbrook is it's got several wineries. It's really small friendly town. A lot of artists is there. So you're gonNA find a lot of those little tiny shops galleries teacups antics. Things like that There's a little bit of history there. There used to be a train. There's no longer train but they're used to train. The goes went through there in the eighteen hundreds and so there's a lot of history about that and there's also a gem and the mineral museum which is really fascinating. There's some other unique things but we'll wait to let Jamie tell us about that in the interview one more thing to know about the show. Is that neither my guest nor I get compensated in any way for any of the places that we talk about on the podcast. And that's so important to me because I want it to remain authentic as if you were talking to a friend. Who's in that town and they're telling you all the really cool places to go? The the way I do get compensated is if you go to things to do in San Diego Dot. US You can find a link for Patriot on. And I always appreciate it when people send me need those Patriot donations that helps inspire me to keep going with the show and I might on occasion also put some affiliate links in the show notes. But just know anytime I do that. Not only are they clearly labeled but I'm only putting in affiliate links that I think are appropriate and that would help you like if it was for booking hotels or concert tickets or or whatnot anyway. My purpose for the show is for you to have the best day ever in in San Diego and so here we go with Jamie talking about fallbrook. What's tall famous for farmers for Avocado cottage? So we're actually known as the avocado capital of the world. I don't know how true that is but I love to think that it is true So we have lots of farms to very rural community. Lots of Avocados. And we're getting a lot of grape growing as well for wine grapes so it's a pretty rural part of the county I and it's really beautiful. and the weather's just awesome involve break. There's a few festivals what what are the festivals that they're known for them while our biggest festival that were known for Awards Avocado Festival and that takes place every year. In April we have about one hundred twenty thousand people that come out for the day and it's it's just a lot of fun. There's a log avocado stuff so there's guacamole contest. There's dressing avocado contest. There's you can buy all kinds of avocado type hype things whether they're edible. Avocado Shakes Fried Avocados or things made out of avocado itself. So Avocado would bulls all that. So it's really just away from town to get together and invite hundred twenty thousand of our closest friends and celebrate avocado everything that we can use them for and and then there's another. I think you mentioned that there was also a second kind of festival there. Third with what other festivals are there similar to our local festivals. We have a what is called wine in a bite and that is where local businesses in the downtown area pair up with restaurants and wineries and it's a walking type festival. Will you walk from business to business where you'll get a little piece of food and it's paired with wine from a local winery. The chamnber handles that also just launched a new one that is populism bruce so seem similar concept instead of wine in food it's beer and in different various forms of potatoes. So let's talk a little little bit more to give our listeners an idea of whether or not they want to come to fallbrook to stay or just make it a day trip. So can you tell people about outlined the transportation safety and then we'll go into where they would stay since fall workers rule those not the a lot of public transportation and the downtown area is very walkable so you can walk in shop. All the shops down there and get to quite a few of the restaurants but as far as accommodations. I always recommend when I have friends visiting. If they're not staying with me to look at AIRBNB so there's a ton of really cute little airbnb that are available. While some are on avocado farms. Some are on ranches. So you're really looking for a place to get away. That's rule and kind of quiet and slow definitely definitely check out Work if they wanted to go downtown. How far would it take Helen's it take you to get to downtown from Fallbrook Dunton Gun Ted Kennedy. It's about well with a traffic so without traffic. It's about forty five minutes with traffic Republican. We got an hour and a half. Yeah it's way up there. I mean it's Kinda surprising that it still San Diego County yet and we don't have traffic in Faubourg so you can escape the traffic and come forward. There's traffic it might be because there's like a flock of wild peacocks. Crossing the road or something. They have to wait for but That's about it. And then what else is fall were close to. I know it's close to Basel. which is another rural town? Yeah so farmers really close the bonds will it's close to the backside of oceanside and it's also close to Temecula so fabric is a good place to come and stay at your planning on Wayne Teaching as well as you can kind of experience both both the rural aspect of fallbrook and then wine tasting getting into Macula. Let's start with the museums. There's the gem and Mineral Society that event to with the kids. Yeah the Gem Mineral Society is really fun. If you're into you know crystals or any kind of rocks it's really great for kids So you can go in there and learn a lot about that sort of thing but they also have a glow on the dark room so there's minerals that glow in the dark so it's really fun to kind of go check that out and see them under black light in an experience that definitely a good kids place my kids just they think they spent like an hour in their shopping at things. Yeah Great Place and the General Society also hosts their own little festivals. A couple times a year as well which you can get that information on our website and it's waving kinda go buy buy stuff from that and people come with all their different rocks walks in minerals and gems is your second museum there or is there something else that was interesting. Wasn't there something. We have the historical society the former Kostoric society is basically geared geared toward the history of Albert put fabric was a big train depot. Back in the day so so it was built that attribute depots bill eighteen eighty two Basically was a stop on the way from San Diego. That train shot continued tenure up the Santa Margarita River which is river valley that we have here in fallbrook and out into Temecula the tracks themselves have been washed out a couple of times and and repaired and so because of that because of the train coming through here is really a big reason of why Farkas even here it has to do with a lot the history. The train was finally closed in nineteen eighty one and the train depot itself was torn down. That's where our sheriff station is now but the Warehouse House next to the Sheriff's Station is art center. And that is one of the original buildings. Supposedly the historical society talks all about that. There's historical artifacts in Nair with train. Stop and tons of photos is just a really neat place to go. If you're a trained buff the historical society also has installed An old caboose right in on Main Street in downtown and so it's really cool with your kids will not I love it. I've taken my picture in front of a million sometimes but It's just a fun little quirky thing just like how Faubourg is you know funding quirky but eventually that is going to be the future railroad wrote Heritage Park. So that's part of it in the works so I want to point out the irony. So it's a real root tumble. You cannot get there by train not anymore. Ah Make sure that that I can totally see somebody. Misunderstanding us in like trying to figure out how to get the train. Yeah I know so. The train was shut down in one thousand nine hundred eighty in. What was the last train to come through fall break okay? Although there is a legend that you can still hear the train's Horn in town And have you heard it. I have not okay enough to downtown to Europe. There's a lot of locals that's where that that they can still hear it. That's interesting Hebrew coffee places because it seems like some of these rural towns have like a more of those mom and POPs so we have two that are privately owned. They're both equally adorable in equally. Have great copy Brick town is right on main street. And it's just great to go. There's Cubal charity consider up front. It's really cozy inside and it's actually connected to a wine bar now so it's in the morning and get your copy in the evening Lots lots of local wine and then we also have former coffee company which is just off main street and it's really cute little cottage and it just feels when you walk. It just feels like a cute little coffee place in there will really cozy okay. Let's talk about restaurants. There's not too many but I know that you've got if you favorites. She said yard so I have two of my favorites and their pull equally awesome. So I'm not going to see which one is my favorite but once you stop in west West and small town They're both family owned and the food is incredible. Small town of specially focuses a lot on local goal food. I know that's been popular for a long time. But they really live by so they have these mushroom tacos that are unseen and I went in a couple weeks. They didn't have them only because they couldn't get the mushrooms locally so they didn't just go buy them from somewhere else in the tacos It forced me to try something else which was great because everything. There's just amazingly good and the owners of the type that you walk in. And they give you cog in there. Thank you for coming back. So it's it's just an awesome locally to go eat beat my husband. I usually go there on Friday night. Date night they do serve local wines and local beers and they do some events as well so I know they're doing a really Nice Valentine's Day dinner that's a four five course. Wine paired dinner dot com stuff and then.

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"san diego" Discussed on Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

12:39 min | 2 years ago

"san diego" Discussed on Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

"It's a pretty a fun place and they've got you know Kinda like garage door type things that go up so it feels a little bit open air. I love that. That's a really big San Diego County thing especially in the North North County Carlsbad and it was like the open this garage door. And there's like a bar on either side of that garage door and that's exactly how bolt is set up and then bottled craft if you want to taste a lot of different beers from different places. That's a fun spot to go because you can. Just they've got a bunch on on top then you can even And then they have different bottles goals and a lot of them local and different. Just different things you can taste. I really like going there. Because they have different hard Kombucha's so which is fine for me since I'm gluten intolerant. So let's talk about some restaurants. What are your favorite things around here? Well obviously being a little Italy Italian given so I think we'll get there in a minute and I'll kind of give you just some some standard other other options and then we'll we'll make Italian it's on category. Have a bad sounds good Melina Hall Great Place for family. Four if you WANNA watch a game. They've got really big. TV's has been always loves that and they also shuffleboard inside and they have a really very menu they do have pizza on the menu which is Great Eight But they have awesome salads appetizers. Good cocktails beer. It's A. They have tons of seating there always decorate really cool for the holidays too so Nolita the halls kind of like a go to for for my husband and our friends so some other options would be if you went to see more of a date night. Wouldn't say it's a place for kids is cloak and pedal has it's like Sushi Asian fusion definitely higher end. I would say has almost a New York vibe to it. So it's unexpected. They've got this incredible cherry tree in the middle of it. Like the whole place is a work of art and good cocktails good Sushi and different types of appetizer. So definitely If you're into if you're coming coming from east coast and you like later night or you want that kind of herb. Very urban vibe I would say pedals. A great option crack. Shack is an awesome awesome family friendly very casual place. They've also got outside games and things like that but that's very it's mostly chicken there. I've Gotten I. I don't only chicken but I've had different salads there and they're they've always been really great and I think it was started by somebody who was Richard blaze that sounds rights and they've got a crack check that just opened in the last year or two Peninsula Nita's and I went to and I loved it. I was really impressed with it yet. It's kind of a fun atmosphere. It's like I like how they have all the games and it just feels like you can really hang out there. Definitely feel definitely has a very nice viper hanging out. It's awesome for kids and if you go by there on a Thursday or Friday night there's just like tons of kids there and it seems like in a great place to have her family's one insider tip that at least two on behalf of my husband that he tells everyone who third thinking of going to crack check. He says get on their instagram account. And if you see something you think looks good. Just show it to the person WHO's working and say I want that because he says the menu the way it's display doesn't do the food justice so look at what you want on their instagram. And tell the the person who's taking your order. That's what you want on on their instagram. Any other restaurants. I would say if you want Brunch Queenstown. Public House is a great option. They also have a great happy hour. And if you haven't had any food intolerances or ah I wouldn't say necessarily picky eaters but people maybe you're on a special diet or something cafe. Gratitude is super accommodating and has lots of gluten friendly options majority of the items on our menu are Vegan if not all of them so just a great place and they're all they always ask at the beginning. Just anyone have any food intolerances or allergies. And they're careful to. I was really surprised I finally went to. I had heard about this place for years and finally went down there. I was surprised how huge it was too. Yeah and just. There's this fun or lateness about it. It's interesting place. It is and the food was really good. I've never had a bad meal there. So I'm like smoothies and desserts that are all like you know gluten free and all sorts of thing and even my parents who like I said I'm born and raised in the Midwest and so my parents have more of a mid West Palette for sure and they've been very pleasantly surprised every time I've taken them there even though some of the stuff on the menu might sound a little very California. They've all they've always loved it what they've had they're so all right so you said that while we are in little Italy's probably should talk about Italian. Yes and I suppose I'll start with my very favorite place that I'm partial to is. Civic is my very favorite spot i Emma Talian and so I don't know I appreciate that a lot of their way SAF is also Italian talion One time I went there and our waiter was from the same region that my family's from and it was cool. Sean you picture so it was really great experience. The home make their their pasta. They have gluten free options. There never had bill. They're either an. It's an awesome experience. If you want a little more it it's not a I wouldn't call it a casual spot but it has amore casual by than some of the other restaurants in the area if you want more kind of an upscale vibe Benko does a great option. I've gone to been Koto three or four times and I have to say it's one of my favorite Italian place. I was knocked over my how good it was really good the homemade pasta and just they just do things a little differently Definitely definitely the chef is from Milan. I believe yeah. Yeah which makes sense that it has that feel because the different If you've ever been to Italy I would say Civil has more of like a Florentin vibe and Ben Koto would definitely be Milan like the fashion capital. And everything's a little more fancy there and for is a little more it just I wouldn't call it gritties out the right word but like home cooking homeys. I've been to Italy. We went for our honeymoon and I can tell a difference between like you you go to Italy. It's like just the food tastes different somehow. And that's when I went to Bunko. That was what was blowing my mind going. Wow this really reminds me of Italy yes breath totally for so. I can't wait to try US CIPPICO. Nineteen twenty eight. I've got to try that. Maybe even today yeah all right so we can get into new bars or yeah I guess Pars our next all right so I will give you a range of options here. So one of favourite. They don't know if you'd find it easily. Online is false idol. It's a speakeasy style. But if you've ever been speakeasy sale bar it's you know it's it's more exclusive like you gotTa tell there's no sign for it however once you get in the field is not the same as any other speakeasy I've ever been to it has They take like they have a lot of runs and they have a very tropical. Feel at almost feels like you're in rainforest cafe and they have like a waterfall back in there. But it's in the back of craft and Commerce homer which is another great Barr option which is has a very woodsy field offices if your grandfather's home or something and then you you know if you mentioned to the hostess that you WanNa go back to fall silo. They'll take your name if they of space or whatever and when you go back and just like a totally different world the way you just came from which is a really interesting missing experience. So I think that's what I'm loving about seeing all these speakeasy come you know. Come to town. There's several of them. We've been to two of them. I I think that that's the cool thing about them is that they're hidden. And so you have to like be in the know in order to go and usually something. That's out in front and then to get into the speakeasy or in Carlsbad. There's one where you have to knock on the door a certain knack and you have to have a certain passer. I look through and right so so there you go. You're in the know. Now all you gotTa do is there's there's uh-huh a hosted stand right when you walk in to craft in commerce and you can let them know that you'd like to go to false idols. So I imagine easier earlier is easier to get into probably so now probably so. I've been several times. I just can't quite remember what you know what time it was a Water Front Grille waterfront bar and grill It's I think it's Burn San Diego. I think it was I had done some research before we got on this podcast and it said Nineteen thirty three institution that outlasted the waterfront but it still draws crowd coats and they're yeah draw draws huge crowds and personally. I'm always quite surprised by the large crowds at draws. Because I mean the drinks are just fine. It's like what you'd get it a wedding but it is a sight to see that. It's like the Super Bowl bar that everyone still goes to so If you're if you want that or you just don't really you just want to vodka soda or a beer great place to go great especially for happy hour. Yeah play fund music usually like Friday night. It's a lot of throwbacks and things like that. So it's a win. One thing I want to mention is Margaritas. Your San Diego. Maybe have a taste for Mexican food. King and Queen Cantina is an awesome spot for good Mexican awesome. Happy Hour is good. Margarita's that's go to and then another place as that I might mention. It's not necessarily bars but maybe a great way to kind of end and evening out would be stern. Hey Desserts now that is really famous here. It is extraordinary. Very it's almost like there's no words for it because it's six two ordinary it's it's all there in the name it is extraordinary desert however was not in the name of that they also have breakfast lunch and dinner menu which are also amazing but absolutely unbelievable desserts. Yes gluten free options yes vegan options. Yes on the pricier end but trust me. It's it's extraordinary. You should stop there if you're coming to San Diego. You're going to be a little Italy checkout extraordinary desert. Okay so is there any other desert places that you'd recommend yes. Yeah so if you went in July auto I would check out It's called Boboy and they actually have two locations now one of them being in the Piazza and it's in what's called a little Italy Food Hall which I'll just take a moment to mention is a great place to check out especially if you're traveling traveling with a large group that everybody can get what they want and then you can all kind of bring reconveyance it together either outside or inside great place to go And Bobby is in there. They have one location. That's in there with a slightly limited menu and they have another location on Kettner. which each has their you know their full menu do a lot of seasonal flavors of July? And it's amazing. They was originated in the Hoya and now they've just opened these two additional locations and it's awesome they have my husband's favorite is Mediterraneo. And I liked that one but I. I really love to do the Vegan dark chocolate and and they're pursues awesome so definitely check it out if your energy Lada And then Papa Lecco is another place that has got Giuliano and coffee really fun but it reminds me a lot of Italy. Italy where you walk in and you know you see like the cases with like sandwiches and pastries and things. It feels very much like we were blown away. We've only been to a handful of places in all of little Italy. And Papa was one of the first. We had a station here for our anniversary. And so we went in there and we had breakfast and the breakfast was phenomenal. Not they did such a great job. Yep and then my husband loves Italian coffee. Of course but the other thing they're croissants. Oh Gosh there almond filled croissant is like one of the the things that I could just die for the they have a whole range of patients. It really has very much like you feel when you're exactly how it goes some place to check out as well and that's right in the heart of everything as well. I think it's Cedar Street. And then I know we've Kinda taught music but just to recap seems like a lot of the bars at night have a little bit of music. Rights go very far not many silent bars. Yup Italy. You certainly don't need to go far to find find great music and the other thing. Is that waterfront park or write down near the harbour to within walking distance should there tend to be a lot of music festivals. So if you're into that Kinda anything I know there's one coming up we're recording this November. There's one coming up relatively soon. That's kind of more like a reggae type music. So if you're into music festivals check out which ones might becoming to the little Italy area in could spend you know three or four days hanging around here. Well I love Italy and thank you so much for all your help. I'm really excited to explore more more of little Italy. I thought I knew a lot and now realizing how many places I've missed so please subscribe and if you go things to do in San Diego Dot. US you'll find in the show notes which will be very very helpful because both of us were from the Midwest and we talk fast so we're not even a mid west thing people often ask. Ask if I'm from the East Coast because it taught quickly. Yeah exactly so anyway. Thanks for joining US until next time. This is Sherry from things to do in San Diego..

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"san diego" Discussed on Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

13:13 min | 2 years ago

"san diego" Discussed on Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

"Thanks for joining us. This is Sherry Bonelli. I'm your host and this is things to do in San Diego and today with my guest and Marie Rose Thank you Marie. Thanks for having me and tell me a little bit about yourself. I'm a brand strategist. So help coaches consultants and experts. who want to grow their businesses specifically online? I help them to clarify their message. and to grow online in a way that's aligned with author vision and feels really good to them and serves their audience. So have you today because I know you work in little Italy. Although at the moment you're still love living in we're in east village village but my husband and I we've been frequent fans of the APP zillow for about three years. Now just trying to find the right place at the right time. It's you know it's that's likely going to be happening sooner than later. So what is it that you like about little Italy that you would wanna live here I really we love just the energy of the area specifically I like it's generally really clean on your super close to the bay so I love that it has the relax San San Diego Vibes still but it is still very high energy and it's not. There are a lot of tourists that come to the little Italy area eh but it's not like a touristy area if that makes sense it's there's still a lot of people who live right around here and so you almost don't know who's a local and who's a tourist wrist my husband. I joked that sometimes you could tell the tourists by what they're wearing or if they're like looking at him out trying to point things but it's not a tourist area per se so how wiz transportation here. What would you recommend people? They're going to Come here on vacation. They're gonNA come here on vacation if they want to. Stay specifically like downtown town. I would say. Don't you run A car. It's one very very close to the airport. That's also one of my favorite things about living downtown. It's ten minutes less than go to the airport. So you could easily get an uber or lift for less than probably less than ten dollars here and then if you plan to hang around downtown town a great option is just to rideshare wherever he planned to go or if you're open to scooters with their scooters maybe there's tons of scooter scooters and they've done they've really tried to contain them as well so they're not like Lang- everywhere they have scooter parking spots now and Honestly won't let you close out unless you park in one of those scooter parking parking spots and then And so you're also not at risk O of like if you're on the sidewalk you're not gonna get hit necessarily hit by scooters. I mean no guarantees. But they've widened the lanes here downtown to accommodate for more people riding scooters. So how do they charge for the scooters. 'cause I haven't quite done it yet and I wasn't quite sure you know. I think it's an APP that you get on your phone. So there is some of the popular ones are like bird and line and then now lift and I think Uber. There's there's four five six different kinds hindes so you download the APP of your choice and then you put your credit card information and just like you would with getting an uber lift right and then you pay based on the distance that you're going however we have noticed recently that we think they may be charging flat rates. I Pacific distances. But we haven't really looked so that. How much would that be if you're going downtown to little Italy so little? Italy is technically considered downtown. Bite if you're going to like we're all the tall buildings are I guess You know I don't know more like core Columbia area to three dollars. Oh it's the most the most expensive ivory paid from my place to little Italy. which is maybe it's like a mile is five dollars okay? And that's I think they were testing out some of those slap fees at the time so and so then. The train is right here to right the coaster. The coasters right here so you can. It's really easy to get up to North County. I just took the coaster actually for the first time I've been here for years. Moved here from the Midwest by been here for years and That was the first time I took. The coach was last weekend and it was so easy I mean from here to Sauna. Beach was less than a half an hour and we honestly were like. Oh we're here already so easy and a great ride and fun because you're able to see the ocean for a lot of in. It's Nice so if you're driving driving down from somewhere else how was parking here. Parking can be rough. And maybe you even want to speak to this little bit because you just found parking. I mean a lot of times. I'm either ridesharing or get dropped off at the office or walking. I have to say it's it's usually difficult. I've been to little Italy about three or four times in the last month and a half and every time I'm like oh no I've got to try and find parking. There are parking lots and I know that you had said that if you go downtown more that there's a lot bigger lots and is your to find the parking garage. Take those scooter or something over here right right so you almost are better off just finding a great parking surrounding area. That's you know less than a mile out and then just either getting a scooter or having nice walk through the the bright side is it's a great place to walk around. Yes so lots to see and I will say that to find street parking. I just experimented with this yesterday morning. Might a friend for coffee at seven. Forty five a M right here. Aaron literally like the Center right in front of the Piazza which will talk about it. I mean I'm sure and there was some street parking like to our parking so in the morning not so bad once it gets to be about ten eleven. Am All the way into the evening. Pretty tough how about hotels or our places to stay. What would you recommend so kind of depends on budget and the amount of people staying? So if you're a large family that's coming I would really recommend looking in a neighboring neighborhood. One great one being bankers health hell so bankers will still very very walkable from little Italy. My parents just recently came out to visit and they stayed and loved it they were. They stayed in Bangor Hill and walked through. I will say one thing to be mindful of if you're super super light sleeper is page two reviews of wherever GONNA say whether it's AIRBNB or the hotel about how loud the airplanes are because little Italy is so close to the airport. Airplanes fly overhead. So something just be mindful of my parents. They stayed in Bakersville literally right on the flight path. So you know. Clean was literally landing like less than a quarter mile from where they were and it says flying overhead and they said that they were woken up to the first two mornings around six. Am and then after that they slept right through it. So bring your plugs s S. at the you don't mind that but bankers will have a lot of airbnb options. That would be awesome for larger families. If you're saying just a few nights and you want a more of a hotel experience there's Hotel Republica I think it's I think it's Republica and then brand new one. That's names already escaped me. Even though I just a sociopath both the Sofia Sofia's anymore downtown I do not have had People that I know staying there and it is. It's nice and it's it's a very close walking distance. It's another one that there's a brand new one that just got built and it starts with a C. O.. We'll put that in the show. Yeah we'll put it in the show and but they've got a lot of different great amenities. I've walked AH. I've not had anyone that I know of have stayed there but I've walked past it multiple times and seen the amenities and it looks very nice and I think fairly typical all one hundred hundred twenty dollars maybe up higher towards the weekend type of rates so are there places to stay in little Italy or is it just more expensive is what you're saying I'm can be more expensive and especially if you're going to airbnb route is it's going to be more expensive. Because a lot of them are larger condos that you'd be renting in Bakers Hill. They're more options ends airbnb wise. And I've done research on this with my parents before so I've seen it. They're just don't tend to be quite as many and a lot of buildings in little Italy. It seems like maybe have restrictions Chins on being able to Airbnb your place. So Bankers Hill is going to be a good option. If you want to go to airbnb route or maybe you're traveling with a larger group and you want more of a house that I can probably find something like that and Bakers Hill much more easily than you would be able to find for a little Italy little in little Italy. Though there are several hotels that are nice. He's fairly affordable. It just depends if you're you know if you've got four kids and trying to sleep everybody it can get that can price can increase pretty quickly. Okay and binker so you would say that. That's pretty safe. Oh yeah okay. Great how about shopping. What would you say the shopping is like round here? Lots of local boutiques and really great kind of art. SEGER shops around here. You're not gonNA find any big box stores and little Italy that's for sure That would be more mission valley area but in little Italy lots of great boutiques firth fashion and even home decor things like that on. There's a few little touristy shops that are around but I'd say the majority is really local local business owners to Cuba boutiques great places to get gifts and then Live music I know live. Music is such a big deal and it seems like you know the way. The Piazza here is that. Tell me all about the live music and let me let let me out bridge the gap here. 'cause I definitely should have mentioned when we asked about shopping. I didn't know if we would get to this later. But the farmer's market every Saturday is huge. It's like what people know little Italy for is is the Machado and it's I think it spans four maybe five blocks. I should know this come almost every single weekend and there are also lots of great local vendors beyond just food related things. So there's food you could come to eat. You could come to shop to make something to eat. You could come to shop for all sorts of different goods. I think the ring that I'm wearing is from From the farmers market so they've got all sorts of different goods and lots of music they have live music on almost every block during during the farmers market. which is amazing and then on Saturday evenings in the Piazza the majority of Saturday evenings they also have live music and other nights throughout the week but I know Oh pretty consistently they have live music? And the Piazza that's free. You just come and hang out and it's awesome and then music box if you want more of like a concert type of field music boxes. Oxygen Really Great Intimates Concert venue that that tends to attract a lot of I wouldn't say bigger bigger name but you know people need to hear on the radio. So how close is it to water being here right on basically on the water. I think I've ever actually seen the I mean I guess I have driven down the highway but like what is there right by the water. Anything Waterfront Park would be something that's right by the water and that's a great place if you got kids and they want to. They need to burn off some energy Waterfront Park is really great for that. There's an awesome playground and it's just very relaxing area so that that is right up against the Harbor Arbor. If you want more of like you WanNa spend a day at the beach you really close to you bet ten minute drive from Coronado or about a ten to fifteen minute drive live from like Pacific beach or somewhere that you could get those of each day. You're not gonNA necessarily be able to have a beach day right and little Italy but you are right on the the the base cell so this is exactly the reason why we have guests on the show. I'm in San Diego but I'm forty five minutes away so when I get down here I have no idea what's going on Yup all right. so how `Bout wineries and breweries would you like so as you know kind of what we were chatting before I mentioned. I'm not the best for beer because I am gluten intolerant but but I do have some reference points for that but I'll chat line I because that's actually going to tonight. CARUTH sellers is my favorite place. They've got A winegarden here in little. It'll it'll have three different locations throughout San Diego but they have a wine garden location in little Italy so the wineries located up North County but they have this. You know it's tasting room field but they've got this great garden. Venue that super relaxing. Great date spot. Or if you're coming with you know like a couple's trip great spot to go. There's also oh an wine house which is really awesome like intimate cute. I would call it like it's very cute. It's feels like your in house there and then poly or polly they wind company Not sure you pronounce. That has more of kind of a modern upscale. Feel to it where they've got this nice rooftop seating and that's also a great replace. That tends to be really popular like Saturday afternoons all right and so then breweries. Your husband goes to the Burris. Yes well I've been with him plenty of times So ballast point is right. Here so bows point is San Diego based so that's a given and I've been there plenty times. They have like little private outside lied. Patio cubbies almost if you put your VIP at a club. But it doesn't feel like that but kind of like that. Where I've been there? People had birthday parties. And they've I don't know if they've rented or just claimed that in advance so it's kind of Nice but they have outdoor area indoor area full menu. Everything they do have wine if you're not into beer. So which is what I had. So but then there's also bolt brewery which tends to be really popular. I have not personally been there but it's always happening over there so zoom..

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"san diego" Discussed on Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

14:49 min | 2 years ago

"san diego" Discussed on Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

"Host and today. I am with Whitney Ebert. And Whitney is a schoolteacher. Here third grade third grade but she also is one of the inventors of the Blimey box her and her husband. So I'll how put some information on that on the website but in a nutshell the blimey box is really cool thing for kindergarten through. Maybe third graders and it's kind of like if you imagine the escape room but in a box for the kids it'll keep them busy at dinner. So that was kind of how I met Whitney and I just I thought it was so amazing what she created. So welcome Whitney. Hi thanks for helping us today. We're GONNA talk about coastal Carlsbad and we're GonNa talk about the area Well we're also GONNA talk about kids and things to do with kids because I know that there's so many people that go to legal land and then after legal and they're like okay. Where can we go? What else is can we do? And you know something that appeals to appearance as well as the kids yes exactly let's start talking about Carlsbad and Coastal Carlsbad. If you had to describe it it in three phrases or three words what would you say well in kind of the area of Carlsbad that we're talking about today I would definitely say it's cheeks right along the coast very casual law and family friendly. What would you say about transportation? Like how bad is perking on the coast. And what would you do for transportation. Well it depends on what time of year you're here if it's in the summer. Parking is atrocious. And it's really bad especially downtown in the village where there's all the shops in by the beach is is parking is really bad so I would recommend either bring getting here super early in the morning or what's really cool is we do have a train station right downtown. Carlsbad in the village And that's awesome so if you're staying somewhere coastal are coming in from la or downtown San Diego. It's just just an easy stop right on the train in the summer. Parking's bad but the rest of the year parking's pretty good shopping shopping. Well we have a few miles in Carlsbad. We have the outlet mall which is pretty popular with some good stories. We have the shops at Carlsbad. which is a mall? That's kind of a work in progress. Progressive Does have a movie theater which is really Nice in new riegel movie theater and a lot of restaurants but they're still working on getting more stores in there but it's in easy place to take kids because it's never crowded ever so you can always go there as far as the outlet mall. I like about that is. It's right there by legal land right by legal and yes and it's ripped out a flower fields and the flower fields are fun to put on the outlet malls or right there. Lots of good stores. They're fun shopping. And there's one more hint if you ever are here during Fourth of July if you stand right above the flower fields like right on that street that goes to Legoland yes the best place to so watch fireworks you get like maybe ten or twelve different fireworks that you can see you can go. You can see all the way down to point Loma and all the way up until like maybe even past castaways inside you get such an incredible display. That's awesome. What do you think about hiking in parks? I think he'd you guys do a lot of hiking. Do we love to hike around here and there's some really nice easy hike so that even the kids can can hike themselves. We have a dog so we like to look for dog friendly hiking. Oh we'll go down to a bad keates lagoon which is a little bit farther South Carlsbad and it's really easy. I mean even my two year old can walk on these little paths author really flat. It just really pretty down there. They have a little nature reserve and they have a right along a golf course and so you can see Vr Golf. Of course it's really pretty and then we also go over to calibrate hills and it's a little bit more hilly. There are some like a water thing. They're like little man-made Lake or something but it's not as pretty there but it's at least a little bit more heike and my son who's six. He can hike that really easily and my daughter can do part of it but then I have to put her on my back for for part of it as well both of them you can take dogs on leashes so it's really nice. You also told me earlier about Hidden Canyon and I've never been there and you even the locals don't know Oh yeah. So Hidden Canyon is just a little. It's just a little park and playground it's off of Carlsbad village alleged drive and it's east of Alchemy Arou- just a little bit east of El Camino and you go down this little area and it's this little park down there and it's kind of tucked away. It's really nice. A great play structure lots of grass and it is kind of hidden in an especially with young kids. It's like one of those parks where it just feels all kind of tucked away and and closed it in so that it's just a great place to you could just let the kids run around and play. It's awesome one of the things I really love about. Carl's better all these little hidden museum. They're not the huge museums like in Balboa Park but their museums that I swear most of my neighbors don't even know exist. Do you have any of your favorites. If you're yes yes we do. My son is in love with the Museum of making music and he absolutely loves going to that museum and it's really great because he can really interactive for him. He can push lots of buttons here. About how all these different instruments throughout history made noise and what kind of music they make back and it takes him through the history of music and instruments and then at the end. There's like this grey area that super interactive and he compla- lots of different instruments. They have get guitar and drums all sorts of different things that he can be hands on with and he'll spend thirty. He minutes just playing all these different instruments and interacting with them and so he absolutely loves going there so we try to take him like we go there at least six times a year. Because it's one of his favorites and it's right by legal and it's like right in our backyard so it's nice that that it's so close we don't have to be going down to Belo Park all the time and we can just go to some great museums ray here when when my kids were little. We did the same and we couldn't get the kids out of there because you know they'd spend thirty minutes is playing guitar thirty minutes playing drums and then there would be the next instrument and it was nice because they didn't kick you out and it wasn't that dizzy. No yes it's always pretty calm and quiet in there and it's right right next to legal land yes and the gift shop is really cool to get her son. Always get something. There's a tour that I know. Both of us have been dying to take their kids to and ourselves and one day. We'll get to it to of chocolate as I have some friends that have done the tour. We're and they said it's awesome and so. Let's definitely on our checklist. Like we want to go visit there and so twenty years ago. Were there about right. Before Michael all started to our chocolate I met him. He's really an amazing chef as well as a as doing chocolates and he said I want and back then he was an events need us. I want to be known for the chocolate. And the surfing. And so now he's officially in Carlsbad and gives these really amazing tourists and that's somewhat somewhat recent because twenty years ago fifteen years ago. They didn't do that. Yeah no I mean because we see as chocolate the chocolate everywhere and it's so good so I'm just like oh I can't believe it's right in our neighborhood that we can go visit and taste it slam excited and two hours felt C. H. U. A.. And that's for plantation that's in Venezuela this way love and we've got to talk more about the beaches in the lagoon. So what would you like to talk. Shows love that we have we do have amazing beaches in Carlsbad. I'm a little bit biased. But I think I mean we just have amazing beaches. Because they're big and there's lots of and and they're you don't feel cramped. I know some of the beaches down in Southern and farther down south in San Diego a little bit tight and cramped we have some really great beaches in Carlsbad. We also have one of our favorite little places is. There's a lagoon that we go to and we really to this ligament because with my daughter who's two sometimes the waves the regular beaches can be a little bit big and and so at the lagoon. It's a say never pronounce it right. AGUA AGUA ahead. Yoda yes Agua lagoon. They have there's this little beach and and it's with sand. It's dog friendly. which is awesome for us? You can bring your dog on a leash and you can just set up at the beach and it's all sandy. There's no waves and the kids. You can just kind of play in the sand they can. You know splash in the water. There's no swimming but my kids. Don't they just go and get to their knees and build sand castles and play around and they absolutely love it. So it's one of our favorite little beaches to go to and it's tucked away and I grew up in Carlsbad and I didn't even know about this until I was an adult did you. You told me that you guys do jet skiing pedal or somebody knows their new paddle boarding but we bring our own. We bring our own paddleboard. So it's different. There's another place that's a little bit farther. Are there west on the lagoon that I think you can rent things to go but we bring our own and we can launch from this beach and it's right at the end of a street called bayshore drive and it's just just you go down park and there's bayshore drive and it takes you down to this little coldest AC and you can drop off your staff and then you just walk right down to the beach each and it's very it's just a gem. We go there with our friends a lot. I never knew about that. Oh that's I grew up here and I never even knew it existed and now we go. It's one of our number one beaches here so I want to explain a little bit about the lagoons because I think it can be confusing because there's two lagoons yes. Do you want to explain it since you've been in Carlsbad and you're on the coast more so the league in that we were just talking about that. Heavy owned Agua lagoon. That's more than North North Carlsbad..

"san diego" Discussed on Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"san diego" Discussed on Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

"And so they're probably GONNA be so you'll be seeing their beer around around town quite a bit booze brothers. The my favorite thing about blues brother's booths brothers is another one. That's in the Vista. The Business Park. I love the way they decorated. It feels like a gigantic living room but they also have an outside area with a stage where they sometimes sometimes have bands. They have outdoor bar. Sometimes they opened up that and then they will bring in food and have the people outside intense serving being the food or they'll have a food truck booth brothers. Pretty good pretty good beer. Oh yeah most of these. There's so many places here that are just in industrial L. spaces and they're all pretty much. Everyone of them has has at least good beer in many very good beer did they vary in what they're like inside. A lot of them are pretty plain and they just have have a tasting bar in among their brewery equipment. Pretty much But Blues Brother's is something extra where they yeah just got couches and and the yeah the outdoor area with a stage. So it's really nice place more of hanging out than the other ones. This is also place that you could bring your dog even if you don't like beer here it's a it's a great place just to hang out that'll make yes. This is a this is a lesser known. One that's one of my favorites and it's cool because it's got a theme. He minutes a basic gaming magic the gathering and dungeons and dragons and they have the walls are covered with the game cards and they serve tasters on on wooden battleaxes and things like that. The beer is great. And it's just a fun place to hang out. They even do gaming on certain weeknights. Let's talk about bars and restaurants so one of the bigger areas for restaurants and and their brand new restaurants that have just gone in. It's right there at Presi. PRESI ranch Casero tonkery. Oh yeah great place. That's one of our favorite of the all the new places that are popping up in it's You know there's no shortage of Toco shops around here but this one is way elevated above the other ones all made in house including the tortillas and really great quality food but it's really nice inside inside it's very modern and airy and it's a bar where you can have its inside half of its outside probably the best part of it is the outdoor area. Because it's really comfortable seating. They have all these pillows they have all of these little fire pits that are almost like individual fire pits and it overlooks the whole bracy ranch area. So it's it's fun to sit out there. It's it's a great time. They're open later than most of the places Panini Kebab bad grill also just opened up. Yep Nice Middle Eastern place although they they will do more American style sandwiches as well Really Nice inside inside. Also a combination of indoor and outdoor seating and elevated food. It was really just really kind of interesting and good good and very very fresh about Sushi. Where would you recommend Toyama Sushi which is near the Carlsbad Library and the The Costa Coffee Roasting there are tons of Sushi places around but this one one of our favorites Sushi's great and We especially like they're happy hour. I believe it goes three thirty to five thirty. Where where most of the Sushi is fifty eighty percent off? Okay Beach Plum Cafe what I love about beach plum cafe this is in the vans. Dove Library area is that it's authen tastic breakfast place but they also serve lunch. Just everything is so fresh. I I think that that's like you know. The overwhelming theme of all the new restaurants popping being up is either farm-to-table or just super fresh also owned by the same people. That Own Beach Cafe is Tinley which is more casual. It would be more of a place that you would take kids. You stand in line order your food sit down and they bring it to you but like just even the French fries for example incredible credible French fries and then they have ten different sauces. That you can choose from Chins is going to be kind of right across the street on El Camino real and that's probably our favourite Chinese place. We've tried dozens and dozens of Chinese places in North County. And we think that that that chinses probably the best one on this district is another favorite of ours. This district is in the bracy ranch shopping area casual somewhat somewhat cast. Yeah little little small place that specializes in seafood. You know they'll do everything from you. Know fish and chips type stuff. But then they also will do fish tacos and pokey bowls and things like that so in real good quality if you're looking for good tacos or something called attack. Oh Barr this is going to be a little bit further out. This is over LAS Pozas and San Marcos Boulevard. And we just like it because it's super fresh you can sit there and watch them make the tortillas and everything just just a great place for street Tacos and all sorts of other Mexicans. Yeah this one I mean this one Reminds is you little more More like properly Mexican where caseros great and we love that to Taco bars. Just more of what you would expect which you know across the border. And they'll do the tacos Alpa store their third replace all right. Churchill Churchill's has been one of our favorite places says for at least twenty five years. A huge beer selection their food. I mean it's typical bar food fish and chips and curries. He's yeah it's it's really I think you know one of the premier probably the best beer bar in North County and one it certainly one of the best ones in the entire entire county. It's it's just a classic just the they get some really interesting beer and their Primarily from all around California but also from around the world and they have trivia nights about once a month. So can't wait for that curry and more. There are an awful lot of Indian places around but I think this one's kind of a level above the The other ones in the area they You know it's all you know Y- buffets or anything like that. It's all fresh made and just I don't it just it just just the quality is what makes me wanNA come back there. Her right and one more To restaurants more breakfast places than anything else else mama cats. This is one of my favorites. It's on San Marcos Boulevard in in San Marcos and what I love about at this place is this is probably the best eggs benedict I've ever had and we have tried several in everywhere San Francisco. You name it where they were always voted did the best and I swear Mama. Cats does better than any of them. They're they're definitely our favorite breakfast place after having other favorites as soon as we discovered this one. It's like wow there way beyond and the other interesting thing about this place is it's more of a destination. They've done some interesting things with it. They are so crowded and so busy. They opened up a gift shop and the gift shops really cool local craftspeople artisans. That put their stuff on consignment. There they've got a place for some games games like cornhole in front and they're just trying to keep people occupied they even put in a Barista station so that you could have your coffee or tea or whatever while you're waiting eating but those weights can get long can easily be an hour so you either want to get there really really early or later on can of after the big breakfast rush and and they do also do lunch and then another place for breakfast is donuts now. Usually we are not that into donuts. But we've got three three kids that love donuts on special occasions we will go to foster's donuts. That's off of San Marcos Boulevard in Rancho Santa Fe and I have to say out of all the the donut places that we have tried including crispy cream. We think that this one is definitely the best place does not look like much. It's a hole in the wall. They have these guys have been doing this for for decades and you know really good quality all the time and just just great donuts They the only take cash so be before warned and then let's talk a little bit about music. There are a few places appear North County that you might find some music doc. There's GonNa be a lot more and we'll talk about those another episodes to but old California Coffee House a few days a week. They will have some live music and then Aztec brewing aspect. Brewing is over there. Off of Sycamore and La Morada close to some of the other places we mentioned the To plink winery twisted horn. Yeah and supposedly. They've got such a music scene going on a friend of mine. WHO's a touring musician said that he knows of five people that have been picked up from there to do national tours because bands will go there and look talent? So that's it. We have done our our best to cover parts of Kosta and a little bit of San.

"san diego" Discussed on Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

13:36 min | 2 years ago

"san diego" Discussed on Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

"Welcome to things to do in San Diego I'm your host Sherri Manelli and today my guests will be my husband Ron Manila because we're going to be talking about an area that's really special to me because it's near where we live it's a little crazy as it's not focused on exactly one town it's kind of in the middle of several towns lacoste southeast Carlsbad Self Vista and West San Marcos is the area that we're covering today and just a reminder I want you to have the best day ever in San Diego County and so to keep keep the authentic neither my guest nor I are ever paid or compensated for any of the places we mentioned on the podcast there are no sponsors and and I just want to talk about places that we really love and my guests are I R- passionate about so what's the catch I am setting up a Patriot account and if you'd like to donate I would so appreciate that because it does take time to do this podcast and if you go to the website I might have affiliate links but those are going to be clearly labeled able or laid out I would only do affiliate links for places that I feel like that product or service is something that I would personally by for for today's show you might want to take a look at the map on things to do in San Diego Dot us to Orient Yourself this area is North San Diego County the epicenter honor where we're talking about is around Palam Airport Road and melrose which is about five miles inland from the ocean I guess if I had to describe grabbed the area I would say it's extremely family oriented as well as dog friendly people love their dogs appear and loved to take him everywhere it's also very very safe it's comfortable and beautiful so who would this not before I would say if you're on the younger side and you're looking to party ah you're looking for more action you'd WanNa go downtown but if you have kids this is really a great location visit and stay were about twelve minutes from legal land it's really family oriented area so let's talk about where to stay if you're looking for hotel you can find quite quite a few down Palomar Airport road around L. Forte that'll be about five miles inland but a great place to stay because it's so close to a whole bunch of grocery stores like trader Joe's stater brothers and sprouts and it's very close to a lot of restaurants and bars and even a few breweries it's also only about ten minutes from Lego Lance so if you're looking for something that's a little less crowded it's definitely a good alternative additive if you're looking for something very fancy and expensive the Omni Look Hasta resort is world famous they have tennis tournaments and golf tournaments there that are broadcast all over the world it's right there Lacoste Avenue and alchemy `real the rooms will be very expensive but they've got all sorts of amenities it's a luxury hotel the swimming pools with all the water slides are magnificent. There is a lot of boutique shopping at La- CASTA resort there's also the world famous choper center and there's several really great restaurants fronts there's also the possibility of staying in an AIRBNB and there's quite a few that are listed on Airbnb site around Lacoste Kosta and South Carlsbad Spurs transportation in this area you will always find plenty of parking it's definitely a place is to drive there's little to no public transportation so if you don't have a car what you can do is you can take the coaster train and go oh two points idea station and then take a lifter an uber what about shopping in Carlsbad there's not a lot of shopping in the area I'm about got to talk about with all the restaurants and bars and breweries and whatnot most of the shopping you would wanna go towards the one on one highway as you drive down at there's lots of little boutiques but there is the outlet mall and the outlet mall is close to the five and Pelham report road there are some other small shops around one of my personal favorites is uptown cheapskate and you'll find that at we call it the Dove Library Abry area there's a Vaughn's shopping center and that's it L. Camino real and Osceola parkway there's also quite a bit of shopping at at the forum and the forum is at K. Barcelona and I'll Camino real that's a pretty big lifestyle L. I guess Strip mall I don't know what you would call it the apple store is there the Jimbo's natural food as well as big toy store Japan does but there's a lot of other Bucci clothing stores as well and then there's La Kosta the Omni luster resort and there's there's several very fancy places in there to shop you probably don't expect to find museums in Carlsbad there's actually quite wait a few cool ones I'm not GonNa talk about all of them in this episode because we have another episode coming up with Whitney where she talks about what to do after Lego land one of the museums that I'm really fond of and if you have somebody in your family who loves motors news and mechanical things then they need to go to the craftsmanship museum the Craftsmanship Museum is at ten million dollars museum hidden in a business business park you would never find it unless you knew the exact address it's not even open all weekend it's finally open on Saturdays from nine to one it is absolutely incredible with the miniatures and replicas they have volunteers that are so excited and passionate tonette too great place to go they ask for just a donation it's definitely worth going and you can spend hours there if you have little oh kids I don't know that I would take them because you're not allowed to touch a lot of things and so that might be a problem. Another museum is a Gemmological Institute of America and the Gemmological Institute it's world famous there are people that come from all over the world and I'm shocked at how many people in Carlsbad I bet have no idea that it's they're not only that but they have a museum and they have exhibit that come so in order to see the museum and either take like a guided or self guided tour you have to make reservations in advance because of the high security definitely if you love gems and rocks it's worth going they have a huge library so if there's any kind of research that you're trying to do you can find your answers there as well another place that's I suppose kind of a museum Liam I don't know that I would classify it as such is the Leo Korea ranch if you're into old westerns you might have heard of Pancho from the Cisco Kid Kit from the fifties well Leo Correo was Poncho he had a long acting career and he wanted a working ranch and he would bring his friends sometimes Clark Gable other famous people would show up at Leo Korea ranch and so now it was given to the city of Carlsbad and they give tours you can get though sent to give you a tour or you can just wander around another thing that we like to do there is we like to get an APP for geocaching take go look for things it's just kinda fun and especially when the kids were little but one thing that you'll notice about Leo Korea rant is that there are about forty peacocks yes and the peacocks are there because they used to have rattlesnakes and they would bring in the peacock's Kaz the peacocks would eat the rattlesnakes it's a fun place to go oh you can get them to turn on a ten or fifteen minute movie so you can learn about Lou crews life and they've got a little gift shop it's just a cute I think it's twenty seven Acre place to hang out bring a picnic they've got lots of picnic benches parts of it are very picturesque so you can take some pictures there as well now you also have to make sure that you check with them and make sure they're open they do so many weddings and other big events there that they sometimes closed down early early especially on weekends talk about coffee houses I love coffee houses because I like to go there and do my work and hang out and and there's some really nice ones the first one that I would recommend is Lacoste Roasting Lacoste roasting is in that vence and library Strip mall that I talked about earlier La- Castro singers right next to uptown cheapskate which is a great place to go shopping and I love it because not only do they do they're roasting there they bring in really nice tease they've got a nice bit of bakery goods pastries there you can sit sit inside or outside it's just a really comfortable place for people watching and relaxing got very comfortable furniture outside it's really nice I I also like old California coffeehouse and that's in restaurant row so if you go down Pelham our airport road all the way down until it turns into San Marcos Boulevard so I would say it's probably seven miles from the coast I love old California coffeehouse because it's so o'cl Arctic they have really good food there they even have to lotto to start a great place to sit and have a nice tea or a coffee and then finally a Pete's coffee I usually don't recommend chains but what I like about Pete's coffee is the location Pete's coffee is right there at Presi ranch Presi ranches off of Gateway Costa Forte off of Palomar road. It's a huge shopping shopping center three grocery stores around there many restaurants and many are really excellent and a few bars Pete's coffee she is situated right there next to trader Joe's and next to the park and the park for bracy ranch has a Gazebo Abo- and some fountains there's a ton of roses but it's just so beautifully maintained it's a nice place to sit there on the patio patio and just people watch and with our nice weather it's pretty much great year round all right now it's time to talk about brees bars restaurants food and have ron here my husband thinks Ron for helping me on this part of course all right let's talk about wineries because there's some some shockingly good wineries in Carlsbad and San Marcos that you would never guess were here One of my favorites is to plank which which is just in a tiny industrial park in Vista it's right off of Sycamore and La Mirada excellent wine they bring it in they bring in the grapes and they do all of the processing for it make the wine in house and I think it definitely deserves a shout yeah absolutely it's a great quality quality wine they they source from all sorts of places and the winemaker really knows what he's doing so it's just great great stuff in a nice nice tasting room there yeah the tasting awesome closes at eight but if you get your butt in the doorway before eight you can stay there's another winery leffler fleur is in San Marcos like a uh not too far off San Marcos boulevard near the LAS Pozas exits a highway seventy eight and it's another one really nice people great wine industrial park doesn't doesn't look like much but it's a it's nice it's good good wine good times yeah and what I like about both of these places is that they they have painting nights to plank is going to start having it weekly on Saturday night where you can go paint and have a glass of wine and flora I'm not sure they're scheduled so take a look at their website website let's try not wine or beer twisted horn yeah this is this is a great place They specialize in hard cider and mead mead is is wine made with honey instead of grapes just really something different especially loved the decider they do the traditional varieties plus they have a whole bunch of wants at add fruit and spices and all that and they always have something different in the winter they do mulled cider. So it's warm with spices and everything and so great stuff steph curry's so we're only going to cover about three of them because in other episodes will probably cover other ones Carlsbad brewing is one of the newer places that opened up so immensely popular we were there only a few weeks after they opened great food and they're not even they they decided not to even have one of those grand openings because they were already too popular I think it's going to get more and more popular and I also if you WANNA quite dinner at this is not the place to go it's very loud because it's one.

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Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

13:15 min | 2 years ago

"san diego" Discussed on Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

"All right welcome to things to do in San Diego I'm your host Sherri Manelli and today with Dina Sharpe she's a friend of mine who lives in oceanside and she's also a realtor so if you need a realtor in oceanside come look her up on my show notes welcome Dina day ever in oceanside so let's start by talking about the vibe of oceanside to let people know whether or not this is a place that they'd really WanNa come visit her ah excellent so we my family has been coming to oceanside for years and years and years and then my husband and I just reload here from Arizona I know a lot Onis come out here every year and oceanside has changed drastically it is now even more family friendly there are tons more places to eat and hang out and it really it's not like they've done a massive cleanup even though they may well have done we never saw that 'cause we stayed beachfront but it's just really a neat place families that is maybe a little bit quieter than calls bad even though I should retract that because that's going to change really in 'cause they just changing up how oceanside is viewed amongst Californian southern Californians they're just making a lot more user friendly easier to walk and like I said all these restaurants that are coming in just make a really pleasurable destination so more on the VIBE it's different than you would find like La Hoya and Omar I think so I mean I love those places of course they're gorgeous and just really neat little towns oceanside is bigger more beach and I think a little bit more family friendly I don't know you see just as many families in the summer so right that's not a good indication but it is it's a lot more relaxed its much shorts and tee shirt year round you know you can go anywhere in jeans not that I think you can't in La Hoya oil more or somewhere like that but it's a lot more relaxed up here I think you'd have a little bit more working class here because you've got the marines that are just to the north that's right now we bought Camp Pendleton so huge military nation a lot of marines live off base they live in oceanside as well that's right and I do want to say it used to be rough in oceanside like ten fifteen years ago it's changed got so it's really becoming nice it's probably one of the last places it can really buy yes close to the beach talking to the real estate yeah may the Realtor Paul absolutely the it is quote unquote still affordable I understand southern California prices at different from the rest of the country but as far as so callous it really is one of the last places for sure okay let's talk about the safety the transportation and hotels here okay so transportation there is a huge each train station down there in oceanside which you can get up to L. A. Area on the metrolink but you can also take the coast of south we've done this a lot because you can park right there by the station for free and get on this train which takes the best of an hour but it's gorgeous you go all the way down the coastline and it's super easy often then you can walk right you can do little Italy downtown this stops all the way along Solano all that kind of stuff but really really user friendly easy reasons bull you can get a bucket load of people on there that way you don't have to worry about parking in downtown so that's that there are buses not the person to ours uh I'm afraid I see them all the time but I'm not sure I mean I'm sure they're all over I've just not used them the parking isn't too bad in oceanside does she if you get up from the beach just a little bit like around the Civic Center there is a Cop Hawk at the library and civic center so that's the main mode but that's typically southern cal near as well everyone's driving as far as staying there awesome hotels around but speaking from personal experience we would always rent somewhere so I do airbnb or just do listen to post and rental of either a flat like an apartment or a house and there are tons of Thurs absolutely it's a he huge part of the industry here is tourism and it's good they're good and you can see all the pictures and you can have somebody go and facetime and walk around so you know exactly what you'll get thing so let's talk about the beaches Yuccas that's where oceanside zone for two yes it is should have looked this up because it's a major perma piece but stretch of beach at oceanside I believe is the largest in the whole of San Diego County so it's a really big stretch of beach and we have the peer which my husband loves the Pierre he should talk about the pair there's this lovely Pelican House ben gets fed by one of the merchants and at the very end is Ruby's Dina which is absolutely iconic for your diner experience you can sit there and look out in the ocean it really is fun the beach has around the Perez well a bunch of little restaurants and you can rent by and trikes and all those kind of things the beach is also quite deep you know so on probably the busy this weekend which is July the fourth packed but you don't feel like a sardine because it's really large all the way from the harbor all the way down now that's the I would take the train or get an Uber or lift APP certifying -solutely that is the busiest we can we've ever seen it we had friends and family and on and don't get me wrong we will fine we had fun but there was traffic jams how that's a nice way to put it and we will find it just longtime it probably took double the amount of time to get down there than it would ordinarily agree absolutely there is a farmer's market and a son asset market to an A. described though every Thursday around civic center which is also right by the library there is a farmer's market in the morning and it's at market at night and I believe that is year round now I'm not sure what happens if those days of Christmas thanksgiving Thanksgiving's obviously on Thursday but if Chris lands on that day but these are really fun tons of food trucks tons of local produce close all kinds of things it's very casual the produce I think is amazing because it's local I was like to buy that way anyway so that's always really nice again you can park at the library Arri to get that that's poking around as well so it's not so such a big deal but you know in the summer it's a little bit more popular because tourists come out as well and go and help themselves as well if they have a place where they can cook but they can buy fresh bread that's another one French bread and herbs and jams and it's just really it's just a really neat market it's out in the open it's very safe very safe and then the the sunset one again the food trucks sunset I went and did some research on the market I I asked that Info desk there's just curious because there were so many food vendors I just couldn't even count them all while turns out there's eighty Oh and there's another hundred and twenty eight hundred two hundred twenty either come of the other vendors as well so it is a huge every desert you could ever want to it's fabulous and eight for picky kids and everybody wants to go a different role I love that yeah they will want something different so they can all have it there is ridiculous and it's good food two yeah yeah and it's fun isn't it it's a fun vibe it's a really great thing to do on a Thursday night absolutely how about breakfast let's talk about breakfast so breakfast it's places they're all a feud on chill plenty more but we haven't we've only lived here a few months so not that many but up here further up on mission and El Camino is a place old oceanside bakery which is very their desert case is huge full of fresh pastries and cakes and bread things in a class I mean I'm kidding you not when you look on their site it's the truth and you go see it and the the workmanship in each of these things is phenomenal as well I do not work for them we just go that quite often it's closed and it's really good breakfast excellent that I couldn't recommend enough and also the coffee drinks because I know a lot of you want to just go and have a coffee and maybe a pastry there is the petit medalla madeline that is on the highway that's I think it's on you or civic center and highway that's really good and lovely as well not GonNa talk too much about the food because I just did that they will do an excellent job of that not too hard to get in you know I mean I think especially if you don't go to the major busiest times you know like between eight and ten on a holiday during the holidays ben that's totally fine the beach break cafe is that's not only breakfast that feeds into lunch as well but that tax point hooper popular really popular because it's bigger you know you can get bigger parties in there so that's also on the highway on the coast highway wall that goes into coffee to coffee in Italy where would you recommend absolutely any of those black rock is also that's a chain but excellent I'm really picky with T. so veiled to a really good job I'm Swami's is another one that do breakfast brunch and lunch there's usually a q. out a dual in the summer but it goes really quickly don't be dismayed if you see that it you'll get in it's fine you order at the front and go find somewhere to sit and it's a he huge restaurant as well there's a couple of I think on the highway with the one in oceanside is really quite large and they've got the seating on the street so you can sit and people watch which is always really mm-hmm as well I think you'd mentioned some other coffee places to me before too oh yeah the the Banana Dang Banana Tang I'm a bread so I say that yeah that's a fun place that smoothies and coffees and teas that's really good very popular because it has the banana sign and then also clearview coffee again I think you just go to really good choice out here anymore I really do I think the days of kind of a Rubbish Cup of coffee is gone because the competition is so extreme Mary so you pretty sorted on that you can do just fine any other places for food okay food is one of the up and coming places things in oceanside the one of the most popular and we've been tons of times is L. T. H. which stands for local tap house which I know will feed into the raise that we're talking about afterwards but they do full menu they do brunches the weekend they do their bottomless mimosas their food is exceptional it is just always good they change up the menu they try and do farm-to-table they really care about it it's a fun fun restaurant they have the screens but you don't have the the the sports screaming at you necessarily can still watch the games I don't know I watch football American football regular football as well but it's just kind of Nice and our in baseball time that's up there so you can watch it without hearing and still have a conversation with your party really fun place I think but if you have out of town guests who want you know California fair whatever that means but you know that doesn't just mean sprouts and Avocado on a burger that means a mirror bland and that's like tack Os and that kind of the South Sobar very casual very fun now that they do turn up the noise on the game so if you actually want to hear what's going on so Monday night is busy during football time and they encourage that they do tackle specials and beer specials and stuff but that's a really really fun place and really reasonable and very kid friendly they've got tables outside as well so you can get away from the noise echoes some of those restaurant wants but those of two favorites birthdays and stuff like that for us we do the pig the flying pig they have a couple of places but the one on the on the coast highway is a little bit more like they did just do some revamping of the restaurant but that is exceptional little bit nicer dining maybe date night out of town guests that you may WanNa impress a little bit then menu is extensive extraordinary it's just really really good not huge but definitely go there bar is really good they do the classic tales but they'll they'll have specials going on their wine list is really good and.

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Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

18:01 min | 2 years ago

"san diego" Discussed on Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

"Locum two things to do in San Diego I'm your host Sherri Manelli he and today we're focusing mostly on North Park I say mostly because we also cover a few places that are probably into south park or normal heights there are several small neighborhoods that can convert in that area so North Park is just a few miles northeast of downtown take a look at our map on things to do in San Diego Dot EU ass you'll get a better sense of where it's located in this episode Sr James and Julian sinks and they'll get a virtual tour of the area will cover the vied parking hotels burris ars restaurants shopping and music I picked Jane's Jer Lean to help me because they lived in that area for about ten years and I know that they're both really passionate foodies and they're honest and they know what they like down there so they gave us plenty of ideas just so you know neither of my guests nor hi are paid all the places that we recommend on the show are places that we are recommending because we love them so there is oh compensation I want this information to be real and authentic so here we go with the show can you tell me little bit about North Park like how safe it is where it is and what else is around it North Park if you like food and ear and not like a massive party scene I would say north parks the way to go if you're just visiting a downtown's always people watching and can get pretty wild but if you want good food good drinks I would say North Park Place yeah no if you're visiting has safe would you say the area around North Park North Park is kinda like any other just outside of downtown city you know you'll come across your homeless people and stuff like that but for the most part it's safe I've never had any issues really walking around at night or anything like that so it's fairly safe everything's really mostly on one St Thirtieth Street is is basically all up and down Thirtieth Street from South Park to north car- everything's kind of connected North Clark is fairly small but it's a bunch of little areas jam packed into one so there's South Park North Park than that goes in to normal height and all of that is kind of linked together where would you recommend people stay there's not a lot of hotel there's a couple none that I would really recommend other than Lafayette off I is is a an older Classic Hotel that's really really nice other than that it's a bunch of motels I would say it's more air airbnb North Park the kind of place to go shopping there's very little shopping it's mostly restaurant there's a cool store called pigment I know that they've opened a couple of other stores in other areas it's kind of a the kind of plants and stationary and pretty cool little store from their old bookstores there's Marietta Antique store here and there are mixed in but for the most most part there's it's it's mostly food and drink parking there is absolute really no parking there's Uber and lift and taxis the trolleys do not come down there if you have a designated driver it's that kind of the way to go and you just park in when an and in the residential areas if you can find parking on busy it's it's it can be almost impossible on Wednesday nights there's a group of breweries in little restaurant it's I ain't there's a total of seven all night they have a bus that goes to all seven of those restaurants in brewery and bars I some paid parking structures there's like one parking structure it's pretty big Parkin thirtieth and university I would I would suggest is like it's if you're aiming this podcast for people who are like staying in downtown area I think the best way to get there the only take like do left or uber as far as like you know coming down from its Anita's people that are not early tell me a little bit about the beer scene I'm I'm a big beer guy though honestly you could probably oh two one brewery night for probably a good two or three weeks now ever go to the same brewery so the end there's always new ones popping up they actually do have a couple of beer tours they have saw they have one that's on one of those big pedal bike cars that fit I I think if it's fake ten or fifteen people on it everyone pedals and there's there's one person taking it off you on the tour steers so you get a workout and you get to drink what are your top three favorite breweries top three favorite one would be belching beaver then there would be modern times and then second chances always a good one too and those are all within while everything's within walking distance but you could everything is probably a three minute walk the in the past me and some friends have done like a a South Park North Park pub walk Beerwah doc or brewery and we'd go to we always had plan twelve but we never made it that many brewing there's a home brewer is right there on El Qom boulevard which is an end of a one stop shop if you enjoy brewing and they actually have a tap room where they have their own beers on tap if you ever had a question about brewing or different types of beers that's where you would go jail you can go in and try just about every type of beer so they have sours and they can tell you everything about them and how to make them and everything so that's a pretty cool fun place to go if you ever wanted to learn about brewing but as far as on top of that go there's there's fall growing there's a big there's bilking beaver rip current Second Chance North Gear Company Mike Hass Modern Times South Park growing there's just the do could just keep going and going and they're all good and they're all past all the time where would you go for food to the burris tend to have food none of those really have food and there's one rip current that has a restaurant attached to them but none of them really have food there if you're the big into just a tap house that has good decent bar food my favorite would have to be Hamilton's tavern which always has probably around forty beers on tap with a insane bottle list that that you'll just they have beers that you won't find anywhere else normal bar food but it's actually done pretty good they have a full kitchen and they'll have like Monday nights is they do like fried chicken sandwiches for the Monday night football game they have this amazing thing called second Saturday which I don't know if we want to put that out into the public but here goes so every second Saturday of the mountains they have a chapter Geico ver- which normally pairs with food normally always pairs with food but they'll bring in a full tap list of a certain brewery and then there resident chefs his name is might will make a full like four course meal and the meals is completely free so you don't pay for any of the food and it's always well done are one of my favorite ones was they had Maui brewing and they had all of their the Maui Beers and they had sucks Ling pig that a couple of other Hawaiian dishes that were just amazing and everything's free so normally they let you go through one time and then just so everyone gets them they'll go ahead and let let you come through if you want more again afterwards after everyone's can they're on their their own share and then it's always they'll have one really special cast that they do five dollars clients which is the it's something you won't ever see and if you do see it it's more like eight to ten dollars a pint if you're not into beer what else can you get there on there there's actually a cider place that is there also just south of belching beaver it is called Bo VACs which is really good they make all of their siders in house it's it's pretty amazing if you WanNa Kinda stay away from the beers but still get something you know Britney bear and something crispin has some good alcohol cont and seven grand which is if you enjoy whiskey it's a whiskey bar they have a couple of around there's one of La but this old speakeasy vibe yeah are there any other cool bars in the area Coin op which is a bar that has tons of video game inside and end outdoor games outside is there a wine tasting places down there the couple different wine tasting at classes there's it's called sips and it's the card based one where you put up some cash on a card and then you yeah and can you it's anywhere from ten cents a little sip a dollar tip so you can you can actually taste creedy expensive wines for pretty cheap so it's it's like you push the button once you get a little out you just gotTa be careful there because Guillermo and he can go real quick if you find when you likes especially if it's more unexpansive one there's actually an urban winery they're called Negoti John that actually makes all the wine in house and all the barrels are there and a bottle there they they crush the grapes there they pretty much everything there there's some really good wine what other kinds of food are there there's about any type of food whether it's quick and easy or sit down fancy it's all in regards there's some of the best tie we think yeah baen tie is very good Thai place you have to get there early or is this the James or you just call it in also you have to like keep calling them till the they cut because they're always busy though it's very small I think there's what maybe three tables inside four tables inside and Ford newly maybe four tables outside for six tables outside the main drag there's called Park Park Avenue Arkan Adams Avenue Yeah so on that street you could literally a tie food Vegan's Food Pizza Mediterranean food food Mexican Italian and everything yeah they have it's a good and actually there's the breakfast place there nick sandwiches and the sandwiches the lady who works in the liquor stores this Middle Eastern lady there's the lefties verges yes it may it may not live up to your standards but left these Chicago Pizza is is a pretty decent deep dish pizza play ace they they they do a pretty good deep dish it's one of the only places around here that around North Park San Diego that I think does assaults relied deep dish pizza are there's some there's some good pizza places down in North Park to pizzeria Bruno at so those are both very good I would say it's more like Italy style kind of Billions Cecilia thing so salient thing pretty decent that's a teacher Bruno and Luigi or more of a down restaurant full pizza how about Mexican food what would you recommend in North Pars I like those their city tacos there's Cantina may well it has they have an amazing happy hour you're five dollar Margaritas and I think they have a plate of three tacos three street Tacos for seven dollars or something like that those are they're really good tacos not not not to mention their Margaritas are really good to Mae Chai think they have a couple of hundred different deke he was on the wall along with MMA scowls ensuring a Tequila and Miscou mood that's where you'd go what kind of fine dining can you find in north park if you want more late we're fine dining there's the contro who can make a lot of their dishes with Kartik crack which if you don't know what that is is an amazing try chipsets made up in North County you may go up drive up every day and they bring a whole bunch of a bunch of slabs of tip down and they make a lot of their dishes with that if you go all the way down by modern times there's underbelly for Rahman and kind of an Asian flare things and then across the street is fairly fancy when you get into smoking goat and wonder North those are all places that are top notch and tiger tiger also that's kind of the more north just north of Belching beaver they do beer they have their own in house brewery along with guest taps from all over the US they also have some excellent food it's kind of bars dude that's kicked up quite a few notches tiger tiger is one of the few places that run I've actually gone to we had their special and Oh my God we were really blown away we're originally from the Chicago area and I have to say it reminds me of oh for music in North Park there's a couple of music venues Lis- stats has music.

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Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"san diego" Discussed on Things To Do In San Diego Podcast

"Welcome to the very first episode of things to do in San Diego Padres fast I'm your host Sherri Manelli and I wanted to give you a sense of what you'll find in upcoming episodes I this podcast is both

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