A swanky, speakeasy-style spot has opened in Oceanside, tucked inside a restaurant. Eater San Diego shares details, plus other tasty tidbits from San Diego’s food and drink scene, including a sweet rundown of the best local shops for doughnuts and chocolate.
Prohibition Era-Inspired Speakeasy Opens in Oceanside
Tucked inside Urge Gastropub and Whiskey Bank in Oceanside is 101 Proof, a new craft cocktail-focused spot with a speakeasy-style vibe. Reservations are recommended for the intimate 35-seat, vintage-themed bar, which offers more than 300 varieties of whiskey. Open from Thursday to Saturday, the speakeasy also features a food menu of decadent dishes including foie gras and bone marrow.
San Diego's Best Doughnut Shops
From mom and pop establishments to innovative, outside-the-box shops, San Diego's current crop of doughnut spots offers everything from classic doughnut styles to small-batch artisan creations. Eater helps you sort through the bunch with a guide to a dozen of the best doughnut destinations.
New Japanese Noodle & Barbecue Concept Coming to Carmel Valley
Joining the newly-opened eateries in The Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch complex is Wokou, which will feature signature ramen dishes and a yakitori menu of grilled skewers, along with a full bar pouring craft beer, sake, Japanese whiskey. The restaurant is scheduled to open by the end of the year.
Where to Eat Chocolate in San Diego
Eater has a rundown of top local chocolatiers who are feeding San Diego's sweet tooth with their delightful creations. Ranging from upscale truffles and confections to single-origin chocolate bars and chocolate-infused drinks, these 10 shops cater to the most diehard chocoholics.
Breakfast Republic Will Expand to East Village
The brunch specialists recently announced a new North County location, which will open next month in Encinitas. Now, even more satisfying: word that Breakfast Republic, which already has outposts in North Park and Liberty Station, will be heading to the East Village neighborhood in early 2017.