It may seem like it was just Mother's Day, but it's already time to start thinking of Father's Day, which is June 15. Wondering what to do with Dad this Father's Day in San Diego? Here are a few ideas that are sure to make your father have a fun, happy day.
Have you been to the Flying Leathernecks Aviation Museum in Mira Mar yet? If not, read why you should go here.
Vintana Wine + Dine in Escondido has become one of my new favorite places to eat in North County San Diego. Wondering why? Read my review on the restaurant.
Need a fun, interesting way to entertain the kids this summer? Sign then up for a summer camp at the Safari Park in Escondido where kids will get hands-on experience learning about animals. For a list of summer camp options and dates, click here.
This summer, experience the iconic San Diego Zoo a bit different with one of the zoo's special tours.
I recently had the opportunity to eat at Ali Baba Restaurant in Escondido and loved its authentic Middle Eastern cuisine. To see my complete review, click here.
Looking for a winery to go wine tasting at that is closer than Temecula? You're in luck. There are a few great ones right in San Diego County, click here are my top picks.
The first Summer Movie Night at Stone Liberty Station in Point Loma is coming up on June 10. Bring the whole family and grab a pin tof beer or soda and settle in to enjoy watching The Goonies. To see the entire summer movie schedule at Stone Brewing Company's Liberty Station location, click here.
I recently had the chance to eat at the Patio restaurant in Pacific Beach and I absolutely adored it -- and wished it had been open when I lived in PB. Excellent cuisine, top-notch service and a great decor and ambiance quickly elevated it to one of my favorite restaurants in San Diego. I had the fish special of the day and it was one of the best seafood dishes I've tasted. See my full review of the Patio here.
The Carlsbad Flower Fields are closing soon, but if you're looking for more bright colored spring flowers to walk through, you're in luck: the Keys Creek Lavender Farm in Valley Center is opening its farm to visitors in May and June just in time for its bloom season.
Keys Creek Lavender Farm is open Wednesday through Sunday and is a unique experience in San Diego. Visit the All About Keys Creek Lavender Farm page to learn more about it.