Spring break flew and so did I. This spring break I actually went to San Diego for the second year in a row! This time was a bit different. I stayed 6 nights and 7 days in an Airbnb just outside of the city. I had more time to explore. More time to explore. More time to try new food. And more time to make new memories.
You didn’t think I could go too long without having another post about food, right?! So here it is a food blog: San Diego style. I had Italian from Little Italy, brunch (a few times), and Mexican (the majority of the time). I feel like each meal I had tasted different some way, somehow.
Here is a look of my brunch plates: one was El Benedicto and the other is called Snooze Spuds Deluxe. El Benedicto comes with grilled carne asada and pico de gallo with eggs benedict. The Snooze Spuds Deluxe has hash browns with melted cheese over top and your choice of toppings and style of eggs!
The Mexican spot that I need to rave about is called Puesto. This is located in downtown San Diego. My friends and I ordered Esquite which was a dip made of Grilled corn, chile, lime, queso cotija, and sour cream. Then the main dish came out which were tacos. I ordered filet mignon, carnitas, and shrimp tacos. All I have to say is: BOMB.COM
Finally, one of the most beautiful little towns in San Diego: Little Italy. The restaurant is called Davanti Enoteca and it’s a tapas styled cuisine. I had only heard of that with Spanish or Mediterranean restaurants. So to hear that it was being done at an Italian spot. It was so exciting! We got calamari, margherita pizza, spaghetti and meatballs, and paccheri e salsiccia.
All in all, the food was nothing short of amazing! I hope you all enjoyed your spring break because I sure did. Like always, ‘til next time! 🙂