I had a conference I needed to attend in SD and hubs came along to chill and study!
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.
Or miss cute little guys like this walking around…
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!
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.
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.
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.
We also had the cilantro jalapeno hummus. You guys, this hummus was incredible. It is the best hummus ever!
Our main was a combo plate with shrimp, beef, and lamb.
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?