San Diego Livin’

I had a conference I needed to attend in SD and hubs came along to chill and study!

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I really tried to be present and mindful during the three days and two nights we were here. I didn’t want to be focused on getting a decent pic that I missed the scenery, so to speak.

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Or miss cute little guys like this walking around…

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That being said I did get some snaps of our date night and other random meals.

The first thing we ate in SD was this sandwich. It was a reuben and although it was delicious I couldn’t finish my half! I was so nervous about the conference. I’m definitely one of those people that if I’m nervous I can’t eat!

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That night we went out to dinner with some of my fellow conference goers. I didn’t get any pics of our grilled octopus or surf n’turf, but it was yummy. Instead I enjoyed the conversation and savored the ambiance.

I had breakfast at the conference. Pretty basic dish of potatoes, scrambled eggs, fruit. I had green juice and coffee. #allthebevs

The 2nd day was 8 hours and we were fed lunch here. It was Mexican fare and pretty good. I snagged a couple of desserts for hubs and I for later!

We got to have a sweet little date night at Sear Sucker.

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We started with the beef tartare which was a first for both of us. It was flavorful and meaty. It was served with potato chips. The chips added an incredible crunch to contrast the smoother texture of the meat.

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For our main we shared the short rib and we ordered Brussels and fries as our sides. It was a pretty incredible meal!

We walked around Gaslamp and enjoyed the lights and sounds.

The next day was our last day of conference. I enjoyed the same breakfast.

By the time I was done, B had packed up. I changed into some comfy joggers and we headed out to LA!

Before getting back on the road we decided to stop for lunch at Meze. It’s a pretty highly rated spot on Yelp.

We ordered this shrimp dish that was flambeed tableside. It was one of my most favorite dishes I have had at a Mediterranean spot.

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We also had the cilantro jalapeno hummus. You guys, this hummus was incredible. It is the best hummus ever!

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Our main was a combo plate with shrimp, beef, and lamb.

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Needless to say we were full, but still needed dessert.

We stopped by a nearby ice-cream spot and shared a cup of some cold and creamy deliciousness. We got the Abuelito and birthday cake.

The Abuelito was like a chocolatey cinnamon flavor and it was delicious!

We hit up a Costco for gas and headed home after this! We spend the rest of the day unpacking and getting ready for our upcoming work week and Philly/NY trips!

Thanks for coming along you guys! What are some of your favorite spots in SD?

7 thoughts on “San Diego Livin’

  1. Mackenzie says:

    Aw such a fun trip for you two!! Y’all are such a gorgeous couple- love that pic of you guys. All of your eats look so yummy. Searsucker was on my list of places to try , but we haven’t been there yet! LOVED reading about your time there. I have got to try Meze too- I’m drooling.

    Our favorite spots in SD: Rustic Root, Las Hadas Bar & Grill, and Coronado island in general- they have a brunch we love on Sundays 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Jess!

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  2. Hunida says:

    I love Gas Lamp!! Everything looks sooo dang yummy but that beef tartare is standing out to me the most. 🤤 How fun that you got to do a li’l exploring while also working!

    Can’t wait to read about Philly & NY!

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