San Diego is known all over the world as a destination for beautiful scenery and sweeping ocean views. Why not enjoy a leisurely meal while enjoying some of the best sights San Diego has to offer? These restaurants with a view in San Diego are definitely worth checking out.
San Diego is known all over the world as a top destination for surf and sand. Get in on the action at one of the best restaurants with an ocean view in San Diego County!
That being said, I can’t write about all the amazing places to eat my state has to offer in one sitting…that would be a LOT of writing! So, I wanted to narrow it down to my home of Coastal North County San Diego. We’re talking Encinitas, Carlsbad, Oceanside, and the surrounding areas. We get a lot of tourists here, particularly in the summer. If you’re going to be visiting and either need to eat a plant-based diet or just want to try out something new, why not check out one of these vegetarian (and awesome) places?
When I was in Japan, I ate a lot of rice balls. I haven’t ever found them in the United States (except Hawaii, but I suspect that’s because they get a lot of Japanese tourists). If you’ve never tried a Japanese rice ball, you’re in for a treat. These delicious, convenient, hearty little snacks are as versatile as they are easy to make.
Traveling Through Your Taste Buds is back, and this time we’re going to be talking about Jamaican Jerk Chicken.
Today I wanted to talk about one of my favorites: Bibimbap, which is a dish from Korea. Bibimbap literally means Mixed Rice, but it’s so much more than that. If you’re new to Korean food, this is a great introduction to the cuisine that I find to be pretty versatile and accessible to most palettes. If you’re a Korean food fan already, then you’ll love having this for dinner at home. If you’ve never tried Korean food before, this is an easy, accessible place to start. So, without further adieu, let’s sit back, relax with a hot bowl of Bibimbap, and imagine ourselves strolling the streets of Seoul. Bon Apetit! (or maybe I should say 잘 먹겠습니다)
I love Mexican food! It is, in my opinion, one of the most delicious cuisines in the world. No offense to other delicious world cuisine, because I loooooooove some of you as well, but today we’re going to put the spotlight on my favorite neighbors to the South.
I recently traveled to Seattle, as you’re probably all aware of. I wanted to recap some of the great things I saw and did while I was there in case any of you are planning your own Seattle adventures. I should preface this post with a note on how things work in Seattle. It’s a pretty big city consisting of neighborhoods. It’s a tough town to drive around and park (but we did it, so it’s not impossible). Public transport is decent but doesn’t go everywhere, so when you’re planning your Seattle adventure you’re going to want to look into the things you want to see and do before you decide whether or not you are going to want to rent a car.
By now, I’m pretty sure you are aware of the fact that I love food. It’s in the name of my blog even…. Art Travel EAT Repeat.Clearly food is a big part of my life. So, it should come as no surprise to you that when I visited Italy, food played a very central role in the activities I engaged in.
I’m really fortunate to know people all over the United States and all over the world, for that matter, who have consistently made my travel experiences more wonderful by taking the time to hang out with me while I’m in town and to show me the little local gems that average tourists might not know about. My Seattle adventure was no exception.