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by Dave Brown
Perfect weather, amazing tacos, terrible sports teams and home to both Top Gun and Anchor Man. It's hard not to love San Diego.
Hands down, my favorite Mexican food on the planet. No frills, just damn good tacos, burritos, homemade salsas and horchatas. This is heaven.
The Casbah is a San Diego institution for over 25 years. Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Weezer, Rocket From The Crypt, Sonic Youth… need I say more? Best. Music. Venue.
Hands down, the best french toast on the planet. Also in love with the Mission Rosemary, breakfast burrito and anything with avocado.
One of the oldest parks in the country, a trip to SD isn't complete with out a stroll through Balboa Park (which serves home to the world famous SD Zoo).
If Donnie Brosco had a favorite bar, it would be the Turf. Leather booths, horse-themed wallpaper from the 40's and a massive grill in the middle of the bar.
Grab a seat on the back patio and gaze out onto the bay while throwing back some fresh-caught fish (and margaritas). Sunglasses a must.
Everyone has their favorite sushi spot but not everyone packs the freshness and flavor like Azuki. A staple for happy hour and lunch deals.
La Jolla might be richie rich but it's hard to argue the cliff-side views are anything but epic. Be sure to check on the seals.
La Posta is your jam for late late night tacos. Perfect for people-watching, spicy hot sauce and soaking up all the alcohol in your blood.
Same owners as The Casbah, Starlite offers a local sourced menu, indoor/outdoor dining and the tastiest Moscow Mule this side of the Pacific.
My first and only bar tending gig. NuNu's doesn't have to try hard. It just is. You don't come here to be seen. And if you want to drink alone, even better.
Punk rock Mexican in the heart of East Village. Pokez is a staple for touring bands and locals alike. Menu is enormous and their salsa is to die-for.
Home to white sands, Hotel Del Coronado and Top Gun. Bring a blanket, turn your phone off and get lost to waves crashing.
When you're ready for a taco-break, Alexander's is the spot. Delicious pizza, salads and pastas - grab a seat in the outdoor patio.
The Padres might stink but this ballpark is far from it. Head over to Tony Gwynn monument and pay tribute to Holiday Matinee's brick.
Brooklyn. Professional dreamer.
Hockey fanatic. www.holidaymatinee.com
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