Old Town

Holy Mole!

Frank Sabatini Jr. | Restaurant Review

If I were given a shot of tequila for every time someone asked me where to go for an upscale Mexican meal in San Diego, my liver would have disintegrated by now. Other than steering people to Candelas and a few slightly less-formal places, the pickings are slim.

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1 tequila, 2 tequila, 3 tequila

Posted: September 13th, 2013 | Communities, Food & Drink, News, Old Town, Top Story | 1 Comment

Spirits of Mexico Festival founder secretly educates us all, one sip at a time By Anthony King | SDUN Editor While many people have dubbed her the “Diva of Tequila,” first and foremost, Dori Bryant is a teacher. And as founder of the annual Spirits of Mexico Festival – the largest, most comprehensive gathering of professionals and lovers of everything agave – Bryant uses her role to help educate the masses.

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Welcoming our new planning director, Bill Fulton

By Anthony King | SDUN Editor Voice of San Diego CEO Scott Lewis sat down with the city’s new planning director, Bill Fulton, at Politifest Aug. 3 to talk about one of the things the former mayor of Ventura, Calif. was hired for: planning neighborhoods.

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