Category Archives: french

>Au Revoir Bistro

>Hillcrest has its very own French restaurant! Sorry, I can barely contain my joy. 🙂 Au Revoir, owned by the same family that operates the Arrivederci restaurants, is hidden in a small corner of Hillcrest, just down the street from … Continue reading

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>Au Vin des Rues

>As described in my other blog, I had the immense luck to vacation in Paris last fall. One of the best parts, aside from the beauty and liveliness of the city, was the FOOD! Almost every meal was one of … Continue reading

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>Currant Brasserie

>It’s been a personal goal of mine to try each and every French restaurant in San Diego. Pretty enjoyable goal, no? Particularly after my trip to France this fall, I’ve been missing the good cuisine, so it was up to … Continue reading

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>Cafe Chloe

>Restaurant Week is truly one of the best ideas ever. For one week, participating restaurants offer a prix fixe menu for around $30 for 3 courses. In San Diego, the menus are tiered based on the expense of the restaurant: … Continue reading

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>Cafe de la Presse

>It was early, but not incredibly early, and we were starving. Starving, which is what happens when you have an early dinner and a late night, then sleep in. You don’t eat for more than 11 hours and when you … Continue reading

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>Chocolat

>I’m going to begin this blog the right way, and start with dessert. Chocolat is a local chain here in SD, where the special is — you guessed it — chocolate and all that goes with it!  Chocolat specializes in … Continue reading

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