Coco Maya, a Grind & Prosper Hospitality Group concept, has just opened in Little Italy, San Diego. The new dining destination serves up fresh Latin-Caribbean fare with elements of ocean and smoke in each bite.
Maya Madsen is the founder and CEO of Maya’s Cookies, which opened in 2015 at farmer’s markets and now has two retail stores in San Diego (Grantville and North City). “As a vegan with a sweet tooth, I was motivated to craft recipes that fit the bill.”
Sarah Wynn is the co-founder and owner of Wynston’s Ice Cream, which opened in San Marcos’ North City in 2020. “We want to be the place where people come to celebrate birthdays, the winning game or simply spend some time together to enjoy a little handcrafted happiness.”
Zama, a tropical escape serving up Latin American cuisine with a twist, is set to open at Gaslamp Quarter in September. The new eatery is brought to San Diego by the restaurant group known for RustiCucina and Breakfast & Bubbles.
If you’re like us, you’ve heard the buzz about lymphatic drainage massage and wondered what it was all about. We decided to give it a go at The Tox in Costa Mesa.
Damian Doffo is the CEO and winemaker of Doffo Winery, a family-owned and -operated boutique winery with a focus on exquisite reds in Temecula. “We have intertwined our second passion of vintage motorcycles through our second wine brand, MotoDoffo.”
Let the good times roll at the newly remodeled beachside sushi bar, Sushi Taisho, located in the heart of Carlsbad Village. Enjoy tapas-inspired twists on Japanese cuisine and share sake flights with friends while perched above the Pacific Ocean.
Ben Farber is the co-founder of Benny Boy Brewing, LA’s first brewery and cidery. “We produce onsite with a focus on Old World brewing and fermentation methods: only whole-flower hops, no filtering and natural carbonation.”
From rooftop parties to specialty brunches to a grape-stomping tradition, wrangle your family and friends for a fun-filled Labor Day weekend in California to bid adieu to the summer season.
Victor Ghaben’s business, World Famous HOTBOYS, started in his own backyard in Oakland in 2017. Today, the restaurant has five locations, dishing up California’s top fried chicken sandwich.