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Nightlife & Dining

Annual 'Winter White Party' coming to Rich's

Annual 'Winter White Party' coming to Rich's

SDPIX’s annual “Winter White Party” is going to make waiting for Santa a whole lot more fun this weekend. 

This event will be held at Rich’s Nightclub on Saturday, December 24, at 10 pm and go until Christmas morning at 2 am.

The club will become a winter wonderland, transforming into a glorious snow-white fantasy filled with music, holiday cheer and merry go-go boys.

Rich's and Flicks re-open this weekend for outdoor operations

Rich's and Flicks re-open this weekend for outdoor operations

With the lifting of the State of California's "Stay at Home Order" that went into effect in early December 2020, a number of LGBT nightlife venues have re-opened with modificiations, providing space for the community to get out of the house and eat and drink.

Two of the largest LGBT bars, Rich's and Flicks, are on the same block and both have announced plans to re-open this weekend.

The Crest Cafe receives small business relief grant from The Barstool Fund

The Crest Cafe receives small business relief grant from The Barstool Fund

The Crest Cafe, a family-owned cafe known as a staple in San Diego’s Hillcrest neighborhood, is the latest recipient of grant funding from Dave Portnoy’s The Barstool Fund. The fund was created in Dec. 2020 as a small business COVID-19 relief organization.

New Year's Eve dinner options ... to go!

New Year's Eve dinner options ... to go!

With the State of California's Stay At Home order in effect, this New Year's Eve won't include the usual house parties, dinner affairs, and revelry at bars and nightclubs. Instead, most people will celebrate at home, but for those who still want a taste of a regular New Year's Eve, here are some local businesses offering dinner or party pacakges to go:

Gossip Grill to host Holigay Pop-Up Market

Gossip Grill to host Holigay Pop-Up Market

As the COVID-19 pandemic has once again closed down any sort of on-site dining at restaurants throughout most of California, many venues are getting creative with the ways they safely sell their products to customers for take-out and delivery service.