"Tea and Sympathy" is the name of Billie Myers' triumphant return after a seven-year hiatus. She is back, both figuratively with her new album and literally, by publicly breaking her silence for the first time on the depression that nearly took her life.
Since moving from its original home in Mission Hills a couple years ago, to significantly larger digs on Sports Arena Boulevard, the mania for gaining entry and then competing for a table has swelled to migraine proportions. Yet for owner Phil Pace, the smoky scent of success keeps getting sweeter.
San Diego has so many eateries offering wonderful breakfasts and brunches that I decided to feature eight more. You’ll never get bored with the range of delicious options awaiting you, including traditional favorites like homey biscuits and gravy to new-fashioned creations such as short rib hash.
Royal India plays it safer than other kitchens around town serving the same type of cuisine, perhaps to avoid scaring off tourists and conventioneers roving these streets. But its atmospheric comfort and polished wait service defy most Gaslamp dining experiences that yank you in and spit you out in an hour’s time.
The Side Bar boys have partnered up with San Diego Pix, Lovin Life Party, and Boink to launch "Circuit Sundays," a weekly event which will give the gays, their girls, and their "open minded guys" a reason to venture out of the 'hood.
A 13-foot long cylindrical tunnel functions as an entrance to a single 7,000 square-foot open floor plan, featuring a circular dance floor, above which hangs a 15-foot custom rope chandelier. The design of FLUZZ is described as being "modern organic with sex appeal."