The burger is back! In addition to honoring the classic we all know and love, local hamburger emporiums are taking them up a notch by offering unique flavor pairings, better buns and craft beers.
La Jolla Light asked the burgermeisters to give us the particulars on their patties.
The owners of the new Ohana Café want to say “Aloha, La Jolla!” with their blend of Hawaiian BBQ and Pacific-fusion dishes. The Ohana (“family” in Hawaiian) Café is the tasty result of a collaborative inspiration between Larry Chou and Becky Kuba.
Executive chef Jason Knibb and pastry chef Esteban Acosta of La Jolla’s NINE-TEN Restaurant will prepare a special, three-course prix-fixe dinner from 3 to 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012.
It’s a restaurant, it’s a bakery, it’s a sports bar, it’s a nightclub: It’s Aroma Café, La Jolla’s largest restaurant at 11,000 square feet.
By Linda Hutchison Where does one cuisine end and another begin? It may seem a long way from the rice and naan and kabobs of Afghanistan to the Italian-American pizza of La Jolla, but to Samay “Sam” Qadiri, there’s no distance at all, just a short leap of the imagination. As the owner of Pizza [...]
Jul 10, 2012 | Posted in Dining
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Any way you sliced it, the new Panera Bread in the heart of La Jolla was creating a buzz last week.
Jul 7, 2011 | Posted in Dining
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