Comprehensive List Of San Diego Restaurants Open For Dine-In, Take-Out & Delivery

Since the initial publishing of this list on March 17, the post has been a work in progress, updated almost hourly, aimed at informing the San Diego community at-large where they can go for food and other necessities during a tumultuous and historic time. Being that San Diego restaurants have now been allowed to reopen for dine-in, so long as strict social distancing and safety protocols are implemented, we have adapted once again to include restaurants open for dine-in, as well as those continuing to solely offer take-out and delivery options.

America’s Foundational Disease

Photo by @and_rew_and_you
June 3, 2020
By Mikey Knab - Co-Founder, Business For Good San Diego

Stream of consciousness this morning:

It strikes me now that in 'normal' times, every black American risks their life every time they leave their homes. They risk being attacked, arrested, killed, lynched, for the crime of being black while driving, while jogging, while watching birds. Hell, lives are at risk even at home, ask Botham Jean.

Those were 'normal' times.

Support Black-Owned San Diego Restaurants

June 3, 2020

Several local publications have curated lists of black-owned San Diego restaurants to support during this tumultuous time when the world pleads for equality and better leadership in the wake of George Floyd's murder in Minnesota. Check them out and support local businesses.

Scenes From A Weekend Of Protests Around San Diego

June 3, 2020

Our talented friend Orin Louis of Pacific Reverie Photography spent this past weekend documenting protests around San Diego County. Check out his amazing work!

Where Do We Go From Here?

June 1, 2020

What am I supposed to write about today? This site started when my partner and I first moved to San Diego as a means of self-motivation to explore the local food scene. It evolved into hospitality news and event promotion. Now, what do we talk about? We have reached a period in our collective history when it seems completely obtuse to write about anything other than the systemic injustices that have led to our nation's divide and the tumultuous situation we are now in. How do we make sense of it and where do we go from here?

La Mesa Leaders Were Wholly Complicit In Their City's Chaos

May 31, 2020

A week of protests and rioting following George Floyd's well-publicized murder in Minneapolis, MN, culminated in a fiery Saturday "Hell Night" around the United States. Leaders in San Diego's La Mesa were in a better position than most precincts to demonstrate apologetic sympathy, following an evidently wrongful arrest of a young man that went viral earlier in the week, yet they chose to do the opposite, escalating violence by firing tear gas and rubber bullets into crowds of protestors. Shame on La Mesa City & their police department. You are complicit in the damage that occurred in your community.

Longtime Local Chef Hanis Cavin Leaves San Diego

May 29, 2020

A longtime stalwart in the San Diego culinary community, Carnitas' Snack Shack founder Chef Hanis Cavin has moved away from America's Finest City.

Introducing The SanDiegoVille Lobster Mac N' Cheese Dog From Doggos Gus In Imperial Beach

May 29, 2020

We are teaming up with some of our favorite San Diego eateries to develop special menu items to drum up business during this tumultuous and difficult time. Our first collaboration is the SanDiegoVille Lobster Mac N' Cheese Dog from Doggos Gus in Imperial Beach, available for a limited time.

Passive Activities Permitted On San Diego County Beaches Starting Next Week

May 28, 2020

It was announced this afternoon that starting next week, passive activities will be permitted at San Diego County beaches, provided people maintain physical distancing or wear a face covering when close to others.

Video Showing La Mesa Man Arrested For Assault On Police Officer Going Viral As Many Believe Encounter To Be Racially Motivated

May 28, 2020

A video of a La Mesa man being detained and ultimately arrested is going viral, as many believe the officer was racially motivated.

Mother's Saloon Permanently Closes In San Diego's Ocean Beach

May 27, 2020

After almost 9 years in business, Mother's Saloon in San Diego's Ocean Beach took to social media today to announce its permanently closure, citing an inability to negotiate its lease.

Previously Homeless San Diego Choir Group Voices Of Our City Earn Golden Buzzer In America's Got Talent Premier

May 27, 2020

San Diego's own Voices of Our City Choir, a musical group made up of previously homeless individuals, took home the "Golden Buzzer" at last nights America's Got Talent season 15 premiere.