San Diego Restaurant Week returns Sunday, Jan. 19 to Friday, Jan. 24 to kick off 2014 with delectable appetizers, scrumptious entrees and tasty desserts.
Only the finest timepieces in the world are showcased at C.J. Charles Jewelers, and through Jan. 8, 2014 every new watch purchased at the full retail price will come with a lifetime warranty. “This lifetime warranty promotion is a first in our history, and it covers all of our watch brands, including Panerai, Cartier, Breguet, Breitling, Bvlgari, Chanel, Vacheron Constantin, A. Lange & Söhne and Jaeger LeCoultre,” said owner Vahid Moradi.
La Jolla brewer Marty Mendiola wins three medals and Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery earns the “Brewpub Group and Brewpub Group Brewer of the Year” title at the Great American Beer Festival.
Furs by Graf, a full-service furrier in the San Diego community since 1927, is closing its doors in early 2014.
Mario Scolari said he first dreamed about opening his own furniture store while working in his family’s business in Argentina. His dream came true five years ago when he opened Nativa Interiors in Solana Beach’s Cedros Design District. Four months ago, he opened his La Jolla store on Girard Avenue.
Orangetheory Fitness, an energizing group interval fitness concept that is sweeping the nation, opened its first location in San diego Nov. 15 at 7734 Girard Ave. in La Jolla.
With the abundance of free, available sunshine, a growing number of San Diego homeowners are earning financial and environmental rewards by choosing the solar electric (photovoltaic) industry as their energy provider, according to Martin Learn, president and founder of Home Energy Systems.
The 10 studio artists of Arte de Origen celebrate the ancient artistic traditions of the Incas, Aztecs and Mayans with their exquisitely collaged boxes, mirrors, furniture and tapestries.
With gift giving on the horizon, everything old is new again at C&H Photo in La Jolla. C&H Photo technicians are busy restoring and copying old family photos and films to create treasured keepsakes for relatives and friends.
Chef Matt Richman loves blending Caribbean and South American flavors with his own fusion of California/Mediterranean cuisine at Table 926. Richman, who grew familiar with Latin flavor influences while working in restaurants in Coral Gables, Fla., sets his eatery apart by serving dishes seldom found in San Diego.