San Diego Food Blog

Monday, January 2, 2006, 21:26 —by Declan
This item was posted in Food, Restaurants in San Diego, General category and has 3 Comments so far.

I have to give a plug for the San Diego Gourmet Club blog that I just found on the SanDiegoBlog list of new sites.

Already saw these 2 great posts:

A New Years Gift from the Cohn Restaurant Group

The four Cohn Group Restaurants are offering 3 course meals at a mere $20.06 per person. I’m so there!
You have a choice of:
Prado at Balboa Park – (619)557-9441
Mister Tiki Mai Tai Lounge/Gaslamp – (619)233-1183
Dakota Grill & Spirits/Gaslamp – (619)234-5554
Kemo Sabe/Hillcrest – (619)220-6802

You can go to one or you can visit all four!
To view the special menus visit

Restaurant Week

If there is a restaurant out there that you have been desperate to go to but lacked the funds or the timing was just off, in only 2 weeks time you will have your opportunity to try it out. The second annual San Diego Restaurant Week kicks off on the 15th and will sadly end on the 20th. Participating restaurants have a special three course menu for $30 per person. There are more than 125 participating restaurants. For a complete list, visit

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3 Responses to “San Diego Food Blog”

  1. Todd Elvins said on Friday, January 6, 2006, 10:55

    Howdy, do you happen to know the corkage fee at the Prado ?

    Thanks !

  2. Declan said on Friday, January 6, 2006, 11:45

    Hi – nope, but you might try contacting someone at the original post site:


  3. Aaron Langolf said on Monday, December 4, 2006, 21:36

    I’m wondering if anybody has ever heard of döner kebabs… If so, where they got them? How much they love them and if they would like to eat them in San Diego? I am planning the introduction of döner kebabs, the world’s favorite fast food, to San Diego and the United States. As a native San Diegan, I am excited to get the people’s opinion. See

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