New Food Festival Highlights Oceanside's Burgeoning Dining Scene | FEAST To Feature Local Restaurants, Breweries and Distilleries On July 15

July 3, 2015

Oceanside is quickly becoming San Diego’s next great foodie neighborhood, with new restaurants and breweries opening and established favorites receiving more recent, well­ deserved attention. On Wednesday, July 15, from 6-9pm, a brand new food festival and community fundraiser, FEAST, hosted by The Old Mission San Luis Rey, Osider Magazine and OnoYum’s creator Nino “Neens” Camilo (also creator of I Love Poke Festival and NorthEats), will highlight over a dozen restaurants, breweries and distilleries located exclusively in Oceanside to benefit local non­ profit organizations in the community. Participating restaurants include Master's Kitchen & Cocktail, Panca Peruvian Cuisine & Rotisserie, Privateer Coal Fire Pizza, Petite Madeline Bakery, Flying Pig Pub & Kitchen and more.

Taking place at The Old Mission San Luis Rey, a historical landmark and the largest of all the 21 California missions, the event will feature food, wine, beer, spirits, live music and a silent auction and raffle featuring items from local businesses and supporters.

With the purchase of each $45 ticket attendees will get to choose which worthy organization will benefit from their purchase. The list of 501(c)(3) organizations to choose from includes Historic Mission San Luis Rey, Oceanside Rotary Club, The Lavanderia Project, Vista Teen Outreach, Dream Keepers Project, Teri Inc., Ivey ranch Park Association, Old Mission Montessori School and Canine Companies for Independence.

Old Mission San Luis Rey is located at 450 Mission Avenue in Oceanside. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit