I found La Cave a Bulles on the medieval Rue Quincampoix, a narrow cobblestone passage cutting through the Beaubourg neighborhood, near the Centre Georges Pompidou. One of several craft beer bottle shops that have opened in Paris the past six or... Read More | Share it now!
I thought I was there for the dry aged ribeye. Or maybe for the feeling of exclusivity. And though I tried to tell myself I was there despite the bear, in a way I was there for that too. Cow by Bear has been steadily making its presence known... Read More | Share it now!
For years, San Diego breweries have invited local caterers to set up food stands in their tasting rooms. But a new county ordinance could spell the end to this symbiotic relationship. Full story at Voice of San Diego ... Read More | Share it now!
Planning documents from Civic San Diego indicate up to one million dollars will be allocated to the piazza project by the city, to be drawn from Development Impact Fee Funds. These are fees collected from commercial developers that are intended to fund... Read More | Share it now!
A developer’s plan to build on a canyon property in Hillcrest sparked an ever-escalating two-year dispute with the project’s immediate neighbors. As the differences have become more contentious, one or the other side has appealed to the city’s... Read More | Share it now!