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City Times

East Village Haunts: Quick and Convenient Places to Satisfy Your Hunger Near Campus

Jennifer Manalili and Mark Elliott May 14, 2014

It's not always the easiest thing to find time to eat when you're a busy college student, but sometimes you need to take a break from leftovers and tear yourself away from the usual cafeteria food and...

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Pizza and brew from the Blind Lady to you

Michelle Moran February 26, 2014

San Diego is gradually getting known for being a mecca for craft beer. With more than 30 breweries and counting, there are local bars and restaurants that serve up a good selection of San Diego beer, the...

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Karl Strauss carne asada fries. Michelle Moran, City Times.

Craft beer in Little Italy

Michelle Moran December 5, 2013

San Diego is slowly becoming a craft beer mecca for all the beer lovers, due to the vast amount of breweries that have been opening up over the past few years. Karl Strauss first opened their micro brewery...

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Homemade apple pie with lattice crust and pumpkin pies to enjoy this Thanksgiving. Jennifer Manalili, City Times.

Festive treats you can give thanks for

Jennifer Manalili November 18, 2013

Thanksgiving about enjoying time off, catching up with family and maybe buying something for yourself ---- or getting a head start on Christmas shopping ---- on Black Friday. It’s also, let’s...

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Contemporary American food is served at Craft and Commerce in Little Italy. Michelle Moran, City Times.

Happy hour in Little Italy

Michelle Moran November 18, 2013

Little Italy in downtown San Diego is known as a "hip and historic urban neighborhood," according to the its website and it lives up to that slogan.The district is filled with restaurants that make you...

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Find a good breakfast in the East Village

Find a good breakfast in the East Village

Michelle Moran October 17, 2013

The Mission in East Village is an urban breakfast and lunch spot that draws people of all types. The first reaction most people may have is "Am I at a restaurant or at someone's house?" This location is...

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Barbecue black bean tortilla pizzas. Jennifer Manalili, City Times.

A Southwest take on pizza

Jennifer Manalili October 4, 2013

Who doesn't love pizza? Take-out is great and so is making your own dough at home, but let's face it, sometimes you need a more immediate pizza fix. These tortilla pizzas are surprisingly hearty and very...

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French toast with a side of strawberry sauce and sausage. The Broken Yolk Cafe serves generous portions. Michelle Moran, City Times.

Breakfast in the Gaslamp

Michelle Moran September 29, 2013

Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day so I am very picky about its elements. There's only so much to choose from, and I do get tired of the predictable meal of pancakes and eggs. Luckily, the Broken...

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Don’t settle for McDonald’s

Michelle Moran August 25, 2013

The fall semester has just begun, so school is going to feel like a second home again for me and I’m sure many of you. And if you’re like me, you don’t like eating super unhealthy very...

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Homemade chicken salad makes for an easy and affordable lunch. Jennifer Manalili, City Times.

Save money, bring lunch from home

Jennifer Manalili August 16, 2013

With school back in session, you might feel like life is going a little too fast and there never seems to be enough time to make yourself something good to eat. And while City College is after all located...

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Doughnuts now the new trend in downtown

Angela Calderon May 20, 2013

Downtown has a new hip and upbeat spot in town that San Diegans are buzzing about. The cupcake was so 2005, but the doughnut is what’s trending now. The Donut Bar located on B Street, is the new...

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Nearby Authentic Mexican Cuisine

Mary Watson March 19, 2013

From the outside, Pokéz may look like just another alternative, hole in the wall kind of Mexican restaurant, but don't be fooled. Despite it's appearance, a wide array of different people eat there,...

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