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Eater San Diego: Essential Local Guides & Road Trip Eats

A round-up of the top food and drink stories of the week via Eater San Diego

This week, Eater San Diego cruises around town, sharing tasty tidbits on where to eat in local communities, plus where to grab a bite if you’re taking a road trip to Orange County or Mexico.

How to Spend the Perfect Day in Ensenada
Baja California's iconic port city is great day trip destination from San Diego. Eater's curated food and drink itinerary includes a food truck crawl, craft beer and coffee breaks and restaurants featuring everything from pristine to Asian-inspired eats, with plenty of beautiful photo ops along the way. 

Essential Food and Drink in Little Italy
This guide to San Diego hottest neighborhood, a favorite of tourists and locals alike, spans 15 of Little Italy's top culinary spots. Find signature restaurants from “Top Chef” alums, cozy and intimate eateries, old school Italian places, coffee bars, beer and much more. 

10 Orange County Restaurants Worth the Drive
Head north to discover restaurants that warrant the extra miles. Eater's expert list of Orange County standouts ranges from a luxurious beachfront getaway to a Spanish steakhouse, craft beer-centric gastropub, and both traditional and modern Asian eateries. 

Where to Eat and Drink in Tijuana Right Now
The ever-evolving culinary scene in Tijuana, Mexico, is the focus of this rundown showcasing the border city's hottest dining spots. Most have opened in the last year, including a swanky movie theater-meets-cocktail bar and restaurant, and a newly-launched eatery from a renowned taco creator. 

Top Kid-Friendly Restaurants in San Diego
Dining with the little ones? Eater has a select list of 15 local eateries that manage to cater to kids by offering everything from special menus to dedicated play areas while pleasing parents with grown-up food and adult beverages.

Candice Woo is the founding editor of Eater San Diego, a leading source for news about San Diego’s restaurant and bar scene. Keep up with the latest Eater San Diego content via Facebook or Twitter, and sign up for Eater San Diego’s newsletter here.

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