Tis the season to tipple a bit and there’s no better place to meet up with friends than a dive bar. Dive bars in the South Bay have a long history and with San Diego’s craft beer craze in full swing, these establishments cater to all your tastes. Here are my top five favorites: Ye […]
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An unincorporated community, Bonita is bounded by Chula Vista, San Diego and National City. It is also closely associated with the geography of the Lower Sweetwater Valley and is best known for its horse ranches, a golf course and walking trails.
Restaurant Review: TJ Oyster is an upscale restaurant that doesn’t need any selling. Get there early or make reservations because this place, like it’s counterpart one block away Romesco, is packed. Selling the freshest of seafood, this place also has great cocktails and a seafaring atmosphere. A Little Slice Of History According to their story, […]
Restaurant Review: Think there’s no haute cuisine in the South Bay? Think again. Romesco Mexiterranean Bistro was voted Best Chef and Best of San Diego Food and Drink in 2014. San Diego Magazine also voted Romesco one of the top ten San Diego Restaurants of 2013. The press about this place goes on and on. Yes, San […]
Bonita Fruit Trees (aka Bonita Creek Nursery) is a unique South Bay find. Located next to the Sweetwater Regional Park, they are a wholesale nursery during the weekdays, but on the weekends the public is invited to visit. You’ll learn a lot about fruit trees when you visit this 10-acre ranch. The best part are […]
Eye on the Locals: Last August & September, the Bonita Museum hosted “Tip of the Hat: 50 Years of the Cowboy Artists of America.” An exhibit of approximately 40 paintings from private collectors in Rancho Santa Fe and La Jolla, the lead for this exhibit was local Bonita sculptor, Mehl Lawson. He has been a […]