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Enoteca Adriano – A Neighborhood Gem

| August 2, 2015 | 0 Comments
Enoteca Adriano – A Neighborhood Gem

Enoteca Adriano is a neighborhood gem. Located at the north end of Cass Street in Pacific Beach, the restaurant serves the young, hip, beach oriented population that lives nearby…and those lucky other people “in the know.” Close to its intersection with Garnet Avenue, Cass Street can be busy with traffic. But the hustle and bustle […]

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Broken Yolk Café – Breakfast Is The…

| August 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” my mother often intoned. Her second frequent message about how to lead my life was, “focus on what you’re doing!” John Gelastopoulos must have been hiding behind the door because he certainly applied both messages to the way he built his business. Gelastopoulos founded Broken Yolk […]

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Reaching for the Stars and Getting Gold

| September 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
Reaching for the Stars and Getting Gold

Local Business Woman Makes Major Strides Over the last several months I have been observing via social media the work related activities of Stacey Blanchet, who is based in Pacific Beach, Calif. She is a busy lady with a lot of projects all happening simultaneously. Her primary business, Your Girl Friday, provides marketing, public relations […]

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Hundreds Sign Up To Remove Graffiti from Pacific Beach

| April 3, 2012 | 0 Comments
Hundreds Sign Up To Remove Graffiti from Pacific Beach

Local Company Donates Graffiti Remover Products   Pacific Beach Town Council held its Fifth Annual Neighborhood Clean-Up Event that attracted hundreds of dedicated volunteers on Saturday, March 24, 2012. A training session occured prior to the clean up that took place at Pacific Beach Presbyterian Church, located at 1675 Garnet Avenue. Teams of volunteers were […]

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Lamont Street Grill – Smart Local Dining

| July 21, 2011 | 0 Comments
Lamont Street Grill – Smart Local Dining

Many restaurants in our city advertise extensively to attract tourists and locals to their tables. One must wonder how small, local eateries can compete, how they can stay in business. Indeed, many don’t stay in business. The failure rate of small, undercapitalized restaurants is extremely high. But there are some small restaurants that keep on […]

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