Easter is on Sunday. Here’s a list of San Diego’s best dining options this Easter weekend. Reservations are recommended, unless otherwise noted.333 Pacific will host a Champagne brunch buffet with a carving station, chilled seafood bar, eggs Benedict and brioche French toast. 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sunday. 333 N. Pacific St., Oceanside. $64.95 per adult; $17.95 per child 6-12. (760) 433-3333.A.R. Valentien at The Lodge at Torrey Pines will serve a three-course prix fixe menu with options like Dungeness crab ravioli, caramelized sea scallops, braised lamb osso buco and carrot cake. Noon to 3 p.m. Sunday. 11480 N. Torrey Pines Road, La Jolla. $80 per adult; $95 per adult with free-flowing sparkling wine; $40 per child 12 and under. (858) 777-6635. lodgetorreypines.comAmaya will celebrate Easter with a three-course brunch featuring pan-seared scallops, steak frites and house-made gelato. 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sunday. Fairmont Grand Del Mar, 5300 Grand Del Mar Court, San Diego. … [Read more...] about The Dish: Where to dine Easter Sunday in San Diego
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As a weight-loss plan, the keto diet looks like it’s here to stay. This extremely low-carb approach to eating forces the body to turn to fat stores for fuel—a process known as ketosis. One sign that the diet has hit the mainstream is that dining chains are putting Keto-friendly options on their menus, not only giving diners multiple options to enable them to keep up with their lifestyle change. Here’s the scoop on the array of keto fast-food options the big chains are offering. From soups to salads and steaks to salmon, these meals will help keep your body in ketosis and garner you optimal results. Learn what it’s really like to follow the Keto diet. 9 PHOTOS The best keto-friendly fast food options See Gallery The best keto-friendly fast food options Red Lobster This chain offers plenty of keto-based meals, such as their wood-grilled Shrimp and Sirloin, the rock lobster tail, the classic live Maine lobster, a six-ounce filet or … [Read more...] about The best keto-friendly menu items at your favorite restaurant chains
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Food Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Food | A Game Plan for Eating Well in Atlanta Supported by The city’s restaurant scene has evolved since the last Super Bowl here. So look beyond downtown, enjoy the diversity and don’t forget breakfast. ByKim Severson Jan. 29, 2019 ATLANTA — In 2000, the last time this city hosted the Super Bowl, the St. Louis Rams beat the Tennessee Titans, and Watershed had been frying its famous fried chicken in peanut oil flavored with country ham for only a year. The new Southern food movement that the restaurant in nearby Decatur helped define had not yet moved Even here, in the booming cultural and commercial center of the American South, diners had only begun to embrace Now, as the city prepares to show off its new $1.5 billion Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Sunday, when the New England Patriots … [Read more...] about A Game Plan for Eating Well in Atlanta
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Food Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Food | Gumbo, the Classic New Orleans Dish, Is Dead. Long Live Gumbo. Supported by Rich in flavor and history, the dish is no longer a fixture of local restaurants. Some chefs see that as a chance to reinvent it. ByBrett Anderson Jan. 8, 2019 NEW ORLEANS — Decades ago, soon after moving to this city from India, Arvinder Vilkhu began telling his wife and children, “If we ever have a restaurant, we must have a curried gumbo.” Mr. Vilkhu had tasted his first gumbo in 1984 during a job interview at a New Orleans hotel. “I was so much in love,” he said of the rich dish, something between a soup and a stew. He began developing his own distinctive version after immigrating here later that year. But it wasn’t until 2017, when the family opened their Indian restaurant, Saffron Nola, on a … [Read more...] about Gumbo, the Classic New Orleans Dish, Is Dead. Long Live Gumbo.
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | 36 Hours in Denver Supported by A weekend in the Mile High City offers something for everyone: a flourishing restaurant scene, microbreweries, miles of trails for skiers and bikers alike, and a vibrant street art movement. ByElaine Glusac Nov. 15, 2018 In the last seven years, Denver’s population has grown by more than 100,000, a boom many new residents credit to the sunny weather, proximity to the Rocky Mountains and density of cultural attractions. With that growth has come not only construction cranes, but also improved transit systems, including a convenient new light rail line linking the airport to downtown ice-skating rink at Denver International Airport from Nov. 23 to Jan. 6. Friday 1) 3 p.m. Cultural campus The Denver Art Museum, with its distinctively angular Daniel Libeskind-designed … [Read more...] about 36 Hours in Denver