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Logan Mitchell, who runs Collins & Coupe with her husband Gary McIntire, talks about how Cellar Door supper club came to be, the growth of El Cajon Boulevard, the importance of dining for the experience and balancing her passions with her day job.
Sheep Riley of Big Front Door talks about the importance of being a regular at independent restaurants; the rising costs of labor and rent impacting small businesses; his new digs in University Heights and more.
The Pearl’s bar manager TJ Majeske talks about the hidden gem in Point Loma; evolution of food and drink scenes in local beach neighborhoods; San Diego emerging as a cocktail capital and more.
What would the dining scene in San Diego look like without its diverse ethnic contributions? That’s the question Han Tran posed during this recording of the Dish It Up podcast.
Bar manager Stephen Kurpinsky believes in the importance of cross-border relationships pushing the region forward when it comes to elevating the area’s food and drink cultures.
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Despite attempts to escape the bar industry, Randy Elskamp spends his time working at North Park’s Cantina Mayahuel and as a brand ambassador for Ilegal Mezcal.
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