The American Institute of Wine & Food is a nonprofit organization founded by Julia Child, Robert Mondavi, Richard Graff, and others in 1981 to advance the understanding, appreciation, and quality of what we eat and drink.
This eight-day edible extravaganza features more than 100 restaurants offering variations of menus at affordable prices. Spanning across the county, San Diego Restaurant Week’s participating restaurants will offer three-course prix fixe dinner menus and/or two-course prix fixe lunch menus.
Cork & Knife’s Rancho Santa Fe location will be hosting a Back Alley BBQ featuring The Cov 92067 Bordeaux Style Red Blends from 2014, 2015, and 2017, along with a chef-inspired BBQ plate to accompany the variety of pours.
This month, Seasons Restaurant at Four Seasons Residence Club Aviara will usher in the summer monarch butterfly migration with a garden designed to showcase these ethereal beauties as they pass through Southern California with an exclusive happy hour menu created in their honor.
Mama’s Day, one of San Diego’s most anticipated culinary events, returns for an online party like no other. Mama’s Kitchen is proud to commemorate its 30th Mama’s Day to bring the community together for an evening of great food, fun, and friendship.
Chefs Unite, a weekly Tuesday night dinner series, brings together 17 of San Diego’s top chefs to raise awareness and critical funds for EmbraceRace, an organization that seeks to educate young children on matters of race and bias, in order to raise a brave new generation.
Casa de Amparo will host its 24th annual Meet the Chefs event virtually. Historically, this exquisite culinary experience treats 300+ guests to sample signature dishes from more than a dozen premier restaurants and chefs in San Diego, complemented by an extensive selection of wines and champagne.
The holidays are right around the corner and Mama’s Kitchen is hard at work to once again ring in the season with its highly anticipated Mama’s Pies Thanksgiving Bake Sale. The annual event helps raise critical funds for the nonprofit to provide nutrition services to San Diegans vulnerable to hunger due to HIV, cancer, heart…
San Diego Restaurant Week is taking a break this fall. Instead, the organization behind this always popular dining event presents Dine Diego, featuring San Diego’s top eateries, showcasing all the current offerings for outdoor dining, to-go options, and unique in-house promotions.
Since the San Diego Botanic Garden’s annual Gala in the Garden cannot be held this year due to the pandemic, the garden is bringing some fresh flavors — with the help of some incredible local chefs — to anyone who would like to support not only the garden, but also three local eateries.