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La Jolla's Café la Rue Restaurant Rightly Reimagined

BY : Merilee Kern | 2015

Have a hankering for some European fare, but can’t fit a trip across the pond into your schedule? No problem. A visit to the recently re-launched Café la Rue, nestled in the heart of San Diego’s La Jolla Cove, will give you a...

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SD Gets Ready for the Opening of What’s Slated to be the City’s Best New Nightclub

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2015

Alright party people, you can rest easy because the new OMNIA Nightclub in San Diego will finally be opening its doors on Thursday, April 30. The club’s second location (the first being in Las Vegas, of course) is situated in the heart of...

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Hotel Palomar San Diego Reveals New California-Inspired Skyline Guestrooms

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

This June, Kimpton’s Hotel Palomar San Diego will reveal the new Skyline Guestrooms, a 50-room collection of renovated suites on the top floors of the downtown property. The two-month redesign began in February of this year, with the intention...

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A Grand Ballroom Turned Presidential Suite Makes for an Unforgettable Stay

BY : JustLuxe Team | 2015

For over a century, THE US GRANT has been one of San Diego’s premier luxury hotels, attracting discerning travelers with its grandiose elegance and historic roots. The palatial property is conveniently located in the heart of...

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Bay Ho is Home to a Local Farm-to-Table Restaurant You May Not Yet Know About

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2015

If you're a food lover in San Diego, you may have seen the name Kitchen 4140 gracing the pages of local food blogs and online magazines. But you most likely have no idea where it is located. That’s because the farm-to-table...

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Kona Kai Introduces the SpaTerre As it Completes its Final Phase of Renovations

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2015

In December 2013, Kona Kai Resort & Marina completed the first phase of its $22 million makeover. While the first cycle of improvements definitely enhanced the over 60-year-old property, it still had a ways to go before...

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7 of SD's Bars & Nightclubs Make the Nation's Top 100 List for 2015

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2015

San Diego is known for its beaches, craft breweries and fresh, farm-to-table restaurants sprinkled around town. But it isn’t as celebrated for its booming nightlife, especially when compared to places like New York City, Las Vegas and Los...

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Forbes Adds New SD Hotel to Five Star List & California Garners Most Awards in Nation

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2015

Not to brag, but California’s list of Forbes Five-Star rated hotels, restaurants and spas greatly outweighs New York’s (west coast, best coast!). Also, this year, the Golden state’s hotel selection grew by two with the addition of...

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Help! Mystery Couple is Captured Mid-Proposal Under a Rainbow, Photographer Launches Search to Find Them

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2015

It’s one of those days that you’ll remember forever, recalling the events leading up to it and which words were said; we’re of course, talking about your engagement day. If you propose in San Diego, you’re more than likely...

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Will the Exclusive Rancho Santa Fe's Casa Del Sol Break Auction Records?

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2015

It’s no secret that San Diego is one of the best places to live, with year-round sunshine and a relaxed SoCal atmosphere, but some of the city’s hottest neighborhoods are kept hush-hush—like the renowned Rancho Santa Fe. Heading to...

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FWSD Holds Second Annual Spring Showcase for a Sneak Peek at Fall Collections

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

While big names take the stage during Fashion Week in New York, London, Milan and Paris, there are smaller, more intimate runway events happening all over the world. Fashion Week San Diego, a biannual presentation, is a local “launching...

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Pier South Resort Sets the Stage for Imperial Beach's New Eco-Tourist Scene

BY : Courtney Driver | 2015

As the most south-westerly city in the United States, Imperial Beach is the one of the last stops in San Diego before hitting the San Ysidro Border going into Mexico. Not well known as a tourist spot, the area is mostly residential and fairly...

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