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San Diego Food Finds – Enjoy Fish Fridays During Lent

Today is Ash Wednesday – the beginning of the Lenten season for San Diego’s almost two million Catholics. Fish Fridays have become a popular tradition to replace that Friday night cheeseburger.

SanDiegoVille – Step Out For Super Bowl Sunday at These San Diego Spots

Take it to the Pacific Beach for this year’s Super Bowl at PB Shore Club. Watch the game with the biggest, coldest schooners around, filled with your choice of a local brew or try the signature Red Bull slushy. Snack on an order of the Nachos Gigante and hang around after the game to catch a gorgeous sunset, both served daily at PB Shore Club.

Locale Magazine – Where to Watch the Super Bowl in San Diego

A Super Bowl party wouldn’t be the same without friends and family cheering on their favorite team and chowing on tasty foods while chasing down ice-cold drinks.

Thrillist – 18 San Diego Bars Open on Christmas Day

Whether you couldn’t make it home for the holidays, you need an escape from your home because of the holidays, or you don’t really care about Christmas but DO care about drinking, these San Diego bars have you covered.

San Diego Food Finds – Hangover Brunches in San Diego

Open at 8 a.m., Pacific Beach Shore Club is offering Absolut Peppar Bloody Mary’s all day for just $5 in honor of National Bloody Mary Day! While drinking your bloody Mary, cheer on the Wisconsin Badgers playing in the Outback Bowl game and grub on Vito’s Hangover Food specials until 3 p.m.

2014 CityBeat Best of San Diego Awards

PB Shore Club Receives Honorable Mention for Best Beach Bar

DiscoverSD – French Toast Frenzy in SD

Regardless of the preparation method local foodies prefer, one thing is certain: San Diegans don’t have to go very far to enjoy some of the best French toast on the West Coast. Six restaurants in San Diego offer their unique version of the dish.

Guys Bite Out – San Diego’s Best Sunday Funday Hangs

Ah, Sunday. Sundays in San Diego mean sunshine, sundresses, and short shorts—not too different from the weekdays, actually. But on Sundays, the lovely ladies of this beautiful city top off their weekends with a boozy brunch with the girls that’s probably more booze than brunch. (One last hurrah before the workweek starts!)

Local Eateries Celebrate Oyster Day

Steps from the ocean, where grand meets sand, is PB Shore Club. A classically-styled beach bar, it is cooking up delicious tastes of the sea, prepared with classic Mexican flair.
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