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The Ultimate Guide to La Jolla Restaurants

The Ultimate Guide to La Jolla Restaurants

As I mentioned earlier, the print version of the La Jolla Blue Book is the local residents’ go-to guide for everything, and for visitors, the Web version is an indispensible resource, especially for La Jolla restaurants. The Web version includes…
January 7, 2012 | By | 1 Reply More
La Jolla – Best Fish Tacos

La Jolla – Best Fish Tacos

“Where can we get the best fish tacos?” I’ve been answering travelers’ questions about San Diego for a long time, and – trust me – this is one of the most frequent. I thought I knew the answer, but just…
August 9, 2010 | By | 1 Reply More
Artful Cuisine at the Museum Cafe

Artful Cuisine at the Museum Cafe

One of the most popular lunch spots in the village, the Museum Cafe offers delicious salads (shrimp and papaya is my favorite), great soups (such as country vegetable), grilled items, and creative sandwiches. As the name suggests, the cafe is…
December 11, 2009 | By | Reply More
Don’t Wait – the Cows Are Mooving On

Don’t Wait – the Cows Are Mooving On

“Whacky” is not a word usually used to describe La Jolla, but since the arrival of 40 artfully-painted full-size bovines – it’s the perfect descriptor. The colorful fiberglass cows are on display throughout the village and they make me –…
April 20, 2009 | By | Reply More
La Taverna Restaurant

La Taverna Restaurant

La Jolla has lots of “destination restaurants” that serve good food – and sometimes a view – to out-of-towners. Then there are the places the locals patronize – like La Taverna Restaurant. These spots depend on return business and don’t…
August 11, 2008 | By | Reply More
The La Jolla Rough Water Swim

The La Jolla Rough Water Swim

The La Jolla Rough Water Swim, America’s premier event of this type, takes place at the La Jolla Cove every year on the first Sunday in September. More than 2,000 swimmers churning up the water make for a memorable sight,…
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