It is rare to cross north of the border for tacos. Much more to cross just to San Ysidro for tacos… But south of San Diego has been having a slow revival. Breweries and restaurants opening up where there was nothing but chain crap and abandoned businesses. I crossed the border for work. No pictures […]Read More North of the Border – Back to Tacos and Beer – Tuétano Taquería and Latchkey Brewing
I waited another week to continue my burger mission. I was feeling much better, but the idea of burgers was still not the most appetizing. I ended up in Cali O Burgers, famous for their bison burger. Buy some burgers. Or bison burger? Buy some burgers! Buy some bison burgers! The first bison burger I […]Read More Burgers Part 4: Best San Diego (IMHO) Burger Revealed – Cali O Burgers, Craft House, Tom Ham’s Lighthouse – Enjoying? Let Me Know!
A week passed and I was still pretty disgusted with burgers… I kept it easy and slow. Avoided burgers at all costs. Then crossed the border to get two in a row. And because I am a dumbass without a car, I had to take public transit. Hit two places that were near to each […]Read More Burgers Part 3: The Not So Really Burgers – Ramen Burger and the Loco Moco – Common Theory and Trade Winds Tavern
Burgers explained. I was supposed to work on a text about the best burgers in Tijuana. That was going to be my third year doing a write-up. The problem is, Tijuana doesn’t have that many great burgers, and I cannot repeat a place. Everyone recommended Slow Burger… but here’s the thing. I don’t like it. […]Read More Burgers Part 2: A Food Bloggers Nightmare – No Tj Burgers, San Diego Only – MishMash and The Royale Reviewed
September is burger month. That’s because September is burger fest and I get to be the stage manager at a burger festival. I don’t really do much, my old roommate booked the bands. I just make sure they are there on time and that they get paid. That’s about it. So I have time to […]Read More Burgers Part 1: Blogging in Reverse – Burgers & Beer Festival – 52 East is My Winner
Valle Part 2: First of all, I forgot to give special thanks to Joe Moon for taking me to Valle in the first place. Otherwise, I would have never gone. You see, my brother forgot to tell me that his friends had arrived and that they were going to Valle already… he told me when […]Read More Valle Part 2 – Las Hijas de la Tiznada and La Cocina de Doña Esthela
One of my brother’s best friend’s from college came to visit him. He is the godfather of my nephew so he comes once or twice a year. He usually brings his boyfriend with, a Russian artist living in NYC. This time, the other best friend of my brother in college also came with. And it […]Read More Valle Adventure – Wineless Guadalupe but Amazing (and Cheap) Food at Península – Secret Airbnb