• Diana Brandt

San Diego Eating Guide


1

Better buzz coffee

Every morning we woke up and walked to Better Buzz Coffee for a best drink ever (Classic Americano with our signature creamy vanilla) and sometimes a pastry or breakfast sandwich (B.A.B.B Bacon, Almond Butter and Banana and maple syrup). This has always been a ritual for us when we travel to San Diego. They have locations all over town, so no matter where you are, there they will probably be

2

liberty public market

I had to check out Liberty Public Market. A space filled with all types of restaurants and pumping with people. It wasn’t hard for me to figure out what I wanted to try as the wicked Maine lobster was all that I could think about. A crisp bun filled with huge chunks of Maine lobster chilled with a bit of mayo and a side of fries. And we finished that meal off at Crafted baked goods with an ice cream sandwich made from a chocolate chip cookie, captain crunch square and some birthday cake ice cream in the middle. Damn! That was good stuff. You should go there for that ice cream sandwich, if nothing else.

3

napizza

My husband is pizza obsessed, so I found this great spot in Little Italy called Napizza. They are super friendly and you can order a bunch of different slices to try, as well as amazing salads, etc. We went for four different slices, BAPO with potato, bacon, mozzerlla and rosemary, pollo e pesto with mozz, chicken, cherry tomatoes, pesto and goat cheese, amatriciana with mozz, slow cooked crispy bacon in their amatriciana sauce, parm and parsley and spice me up with signature tomato sauce, mozz, sausage, roasted red peppers and jalapenos.