Dawn Patrol at Aero Club San Diego
Aero club has a camera feed inside the bar that monitors the smoke patio, and Dawn wanted to see if she could get guys to dance......... Mission Accomplished
San Diego's Coolest Bar! 7/5/19 - Day 3,131
3 days in San Diego & Tijuana.
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Pitmaster James Woodard Is Bringing Barbecue Back to Oakland — Cooking in America
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Cooking in America is back and in Oakland, California! On today's episode, Sheldon Simeon is at Smokin' Woods BBQ to meet James Woodard and a lot of his family.
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Courtyard Marriott San Diego Airport Liberty Station
Welcome to the waterfront Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Airport hotel at Liberty Station that is nestled along the water and located near SeaWorld, the San Diego Zoo, Stone Brewery and downtown. Over a dozen restaurants and shops are with walking distance of our Liberty Station hotel at the site of the former Naval Training Center San Diego – Liberty Station. The hotel is adjacent to a beautiful 46-acre park, offering outstanding waterfront views of downtown San Diego and has a vast array of activities including an outdoor pool, bike rentals, and jogging trails. Guest rooms are luxuriously appointed and include free high-speed internet, cotton-rich linens, iHome docking stations and 40 HDTVs. Relax at one of the San Diego Airport hotel's stylish on-site restaurants, bars or waterside BISTRO, and choose between indoor or outdoor seating. Our complimentary shuttle service to and from the SAN - San Diego Airport will get you to our Liberty Station hotel quickly and easily. Welcome to Marriott in San Diego.
Bar World Dive Bus w/ Dirty South
Bar World party bus from Pacific Beach to Dive Day Club @ Harrah's Rincon. Headlined by DJ Dirty South.
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Pike Place Market is a landmark of #Seattle, and one of the oldest continuously functioning markets in the United States. I had been there once before when I was a kid, but this time I was on a mission to go on the ultimate Pike Place Market food tour!
In this video you’ll find some of the best food within the market and all the details about what to order and eat when you’re in Seattle, Washington. One tip - go early to start eating before the main huge rush comes - when it gets to mid-day, the market is packed.
Here are all the restaurants we tried at #PikePlaceMarket:
Lowell's Restaurant - For breakfast we went to the legendary Lowell's Restaurant, serving a mix of classic American food including seafood. I wanted to try their dungeness crab eggs benedict, which was a little expensive, but pretty good.
Dungeness crab eggs benedict - $25
Pure Food Fish Market - Next to Lowell’s don’t miss the smoked salmon. Again, it’s not cheap, but it’s so good, salmon glistening and embedded with smoke.
½ Pound salmon - $16.56
Ghost Alley Espresso - Next on this Pike Place Market food tour I was in desperate need of a coffee to begin the morning so we navigated our way past the gnarly gum alley to Ghost Alley Espresso. Great place for a quick cup of espresso.
Doppio espresso - $3
Piroshky Piroshky - A legendary bakery that serves mostly Russian influenced baked goods, both sweet and savory, is Piroshky Piroshky. Again, I tried to keep it pretty classic, and Seattle style, so Jason and I split the salmon pate piroshky. It was very tasty, with a cream cheesy taste.
Salmon - $6.85
Pike Place Chowder - Having won every chowder competition and award in the US as possible, Pike Place Chowder serves America’s #1 Chowder. So you know you can’t miss it when you go to Pike Place Market. We got in line about 20 minutes before they opened and line didn’t take long. You order, get your chowder, and then sit down. I don’t have too much experience with chowder, but indeed it was good, and I also really liked the seafood bisque.
Total price - $37.76 total
Beecher's Handmade Cheese - Another classic is Beecher's Handmade Cheese where you can sample cheese curds and also order grilled cheese sandwiches.
Flagship sandwich - $7.49
Ellenos Real Greek Yogurt - They also have a very loyal following and for sure it’s some of the best yogurt I’ve ever tried.
Market Grill - Finally to end this Seattle food tour we stopped at Market Grill, right in the heart of the market and I ordered the grilled salmon plate. Overall, it was good, and a perfect ending to this extreme food tour!
Grilled salmon plate - $15
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World Famous Pacific Beach San Diego and Surfer Beach Hotel Pt1
What a meal! The cucumber salsa took the oysters to a whole other level. My Drunken Mermaid drink had julienned cucumbers and chiles in it. You could put the straw on these and enhance the different flavors of the drink!
San Diego Travel Tips: 11 Things to Know Before You Go
Things YOU need to know before you travel to San Diego California from a San Diego Native. San Diego is the 2nd most populated city in California with 1.4 million people. San Diego is the most South Westernly city in the Continental United States and borders Mexico to the South, with Los Angeles to the North.
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6.21.14 TJR - Dive Day Club at Harrah's Resort SoCal
The one and only TJR came out and played an amazing set at Dive Day Club last Saturday! Check out the recap video from Five Group!
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Holiday Inn San Diego Bayside, San Diego Hotels - California
Holiday Inn San Diego Bayside 3 Stars San Diego, California Within US Travel Directory Located 6.4 km away from SeaWorld San Diego, this hotel boasts an outdoor pool and has an on-site café and lounge. It offers traditionally decorated rooms with free Wi-Fi.
A flat-screen cable satellite TV is included in each air-conditioned guest room at Holiday Inn San Diego Bayside. All rooms include a work desk with a seating area and ironing facilities.
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Point Loma Café offers guests f San Diego Bayside Holiday Inn classic American cuisine and a variety of desserts. Bayside Bar serves dinner and features 10 draft and microbrews on tap. It offers Happy Hour drink specials and hors d’oeuvres Monday through Friday.
Guests of Bayside Holiday Inn can enjoy a game of billiards or table tennis. The hotel offers a 9-hole putting course and an on-site fitness centre. Guests are offered free use of bicycles to explore the nearby scenic bay and beaches.
Featuring the Giant Dipper roller coaster, Belmont Amusement Park is 8 km away from this hotel. Balboa Park and the San Diego Zoo are within 15 minutes’ drive away. San Diego International Airport is 3.2 km from this Holiday Inn.
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San Diego Bay, San Diego, San Diego County, California, United States, North America
San Diego Bay is a natural harbor and deepwater port located in San Diego County, California near the U.S.–Mexico border. The bay, which is 12 miles (19 km) long and 1 to 3 miles (1.6 to 4.8 km) wide, is the third largest of the three large, protected natural bays on California's entire 840 miles (1,350 km) long coastline after San Francisco Bay and Humboldt Bay. The highly urbanized land adjacent to the bay includes the city of San Diego (eighth largest city in the United States) and four other cities, including National City, Chula Vista, Imperial Beach and Coronado. Considered to be one of the best natural harbors on the west coast of North America, it was colonized by Spain beginning in 1769. Later it served as base headquarters of major ships of the United States Navy in the Pacific until just before the United States entered World War II, when the newly organized United States Pacific Fleet primary base was transferred to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. However, San Diego Bay remains as a home port of major assets, including several aircraft carriers, of the United States Pacific Fleet, and as a result of base closures beginning in the 1980s, facilities in San Diego Bay are the only remaining major naval base facilities still in operation in the entire State of California. San Diego Bay's commercial port has two container ship facilities (one for refrigerated containers) and a cruise ship terminal. A second cruise ship terminal opened in December 2010. The port handles more than 3 million metric tons of cargo yearly. The cruise ship terminal hosted more than 250 ship calls a year totaling more than 800,000 passengers at its peak in 2008; since then the number of ship calls has fallen to fewer than 100 per year due to the withdrawal of regular service by major cruise lines. General Dynamics' National Steel and Shipbuilding Company (NASSCO), the only shipyard on the west coast capable of building and repairing large ocean-going vessels, is near the San Diego side of the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge. San Diego International Airport is also adjacent to the bay, across Harbor Drive from the Coast Guard Station. The bay is spanned by the San Diego – Coronado Bridge, built in 1969. The bridge curves and rises to a height of 200 feet above the water so that Navy ships can pass under it. (However, the vertical clearance is insufficient for Nimitz-class aircraft carriers, which is why these are docked north of the bridge.) The bridge was originally a toll bridge; however, toll collection was discontinued in 2002, when the bridge's construction loans were paid in full. Formerly known as Commercial Basin and housing much of San Diego's sport and commercial fishing fleet, the small cove in the southern lee of Shelter Island was renamed in 1994 to America's Cup Harbor, in honor of the 1995 America's Cup races held in San Diego. America's Cup Harbor has several boat yards and marinas for private sailing yachts, as well as a mooring field. Numerous resorts, hotels, and the San Diego Convention Center are adjacent to the Bay. Several parks and nature preserves are found at various locations along the shoreline. Sightseeing boats depart from the downtown area. Commercial sport fishing and whale watching tours depart from Shelter Island. Ten museum ships call San Diego Bay home. They include the USS Midway, an aircraft carrier museum, and the Star of India, the oldest iron-hulled merchant ship afloat and the world's oldest active sailing ship. The Star of India and eight other ships and boats on San Diego Bay are the floating collection of the San Diego Maritime Museum; they are open to the public for a fee, and many are in sailing condition. In the northern part of the bay there are two commercial islands (actually peninsulas connected to the mainland by a narrow strip of land) called Harbor Island and Shelter Island. They were built up from former sand bars and now hold hotels, restaurants, marinas, and public parkland. Across from Harbor Island is a bayside park called Spanish Landing, a historic site which commemorates the meeting in 1769 of two expeditions from Spanish Mexico that made possible the European settlement of California. Spanish Landing park is the site of San Salvador Village, where the San Diego Maritime Museum is constructing a full-sized, fully functional wooden replica of the San Salvador flagship, in which explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo discovered San Diego Bay in 1542. Small boat sailing is extremely popular, and the bay is lined by dozens of marinas and nine yacht clubs, including the San Diego Yacht Club which was the home of the America's Cup from 1988 to 1995. An inlet of the bay was renamed America's Cup Harbor to commemorate that occasion.
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Blue Velvet Reunion Soundcheck w/ Ms. Andrea
Bourbon Street original lineup w/ Ms. Andrea, Ms. Deborah and Kevin @ The Caliph Lounge in San Diego December 26 2012 - REUNION SHOW
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⁴ᴷ Walking Tour Magic Castle to Yamashiro Night Market Hollywood | 4K DJI Osmo | Lofi Music
Hey Guys! I hope you enjoy this quick Walking Tour of the Magic Castle to Yamashiro Night Market and Garden. Yamashiro Restaurant is such an amazing place. The Magic Castle is also a great place to visit just make sure you have an invite to go.
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If there’s a more majestic place to dine in Los Angeles, it would be hard to argue against Yamashiro, the hilltop mansion overlooking Hollywood with one of the grandest restaurants in Los Angeles. It’s been a special occasion destination, an historic structure since 1914 when two brothers who loved Japanese culture built a place to house their Asian artwork.
Yamashiro, which translates to “mountain palace,” took three years to build on a hill nestled 250 feet above the main part of Hollywood. Since then, it’s morphed from a private residence to a secret clubhouse for the 400 Club during the 1920s, where Hollywood’s social class gathered.
During the 1940s the building was converted into a World War II military school and in 1948, Yamashiro’s previous owner Thomas O. Glover acquired the property. Glover planned to raze the beautiful structure and convert it into a hotel, but discovered ornate details and silk wallpaper beneath plywood and paint. During the military school years, many of the Japanese details were covered up. Glover opened a cocktail lounge in one of the back rooms and charged $1 for membership at the “Hollywood Hill Club.” Because of the bar’s popularity, it kept growing until New Year’s Eve in 1963, when Thomas’s son Tom Glover officially opened Yamashiro as a full-fledged restaurant.
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The Magic Castle, located at 7001 Franklin Avenue in the Hollywood district of Los Angeles, California, is a nightclub for magicians and magic enthusiasts, as well as the clubhouse for the Academy of Magical Arts. It bills itself as the most unusual private club in the world.
Only members and their guests are allowed entrance, though courtesy invitations can be obtained by magicians visiting from out of town. During a typical evening there are numerous magic shows and historic displays, as well as a full service dining room and numerous bars. The atmosphere is reminiscent of classic night club days, and a strict dress code is enforced.
A Chateaux-style residence, the Castle was built by real-estate investor Rollin B. Lane in 1909, who leased the building to magicians Milt, Bill and Irene Larsen in 1961. The Larsen family converted the building to its present state, and opened the Castle's doors on January 2, 1963.
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Terrible Drivers of San Diego County - Episode 5
A video compilation of some MORE bad, careless, and inconsiderate drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists from the San Diego County area. This time: I call myself out for a BONEHEAD move!
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SAN DIEGO TO SAN FRANCISCO ROAD TRIP! | Day 1 (Club Donatello, House of Prime Rib)
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Top 10 Things to do in SAN DIEGO
In this video we’ll show you 10 best things to do in San Diego, California. The suggestions are based on our exciting trip to this beautiful city.
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#1 0:18 BALBOA PARK
It is a large urban cultural park with numerous gardens, museums, theaters, and other attractions, such as Botanical Building, Japanese Friendship Garden, the world-famous San Diego Zoo or San Diego Air & Space Museum.
#2 1:01 LITTLE ITALY
It started as a fishing community for Italian immigrants. It eventually became the center of tuna canning industry. Not it’s a popular neighborhood featuring Italian restaurants, bars, retail shops, home design and other stores, weekly farmers market (Mercato).
#3 1:47 OLD TOWN
Old Town San Diego is a historic neighborhood, consisting of reconstructed homes and craft shops in the 1800s Mission-style. It’s also the site of the first European settlement in California.
#4 2:27 SUSPENSION FOOTBRIDGE
The Spruce Street suspension bridge was built in 1912 to provide pedestrians with a link to new trolley lines across a deep canyon.
#5 2:57 SEAPORT VILLAGE
It is a unique shopping area located in the heart of downtown waterfront.
#6 3:39 USS MIDWAY MUSEUM
USS Midway is a decommissioned aircraft carrier and serving as a maritime museum. It served for 47 years in Vietnam War, Desert Storm, and other important operations
#7 4:25 GASLAMP QUARTER
It is often referred to as the historic heart of San Diego. It’s the place to go to if you are looking for entertainment and night life.
#8 5:06 CORONADO
Coronado (Spanish: crowned one) is a resort city on a peninsula in San Diego Bay with one of the best beaches in America and an amazing view of the San Diego skyline. Don’t miss shipwreck of SS Monte Carlo at Coronado Beach or Hotel del Coronado from 1888.
#9 5:56 MISSION BEACH
It covers nearly two miles of ocean front, featuring a lively boardwalk on both ocean and bay sides. It features Belmont amusement Park. Don’t miss SeaWorld nearby. Locker room scenes in the movie Top Gun were filmed at Mission Beach Plunge (Wave House Athletic Club).
#10 6:33 LA JOLLA
It’s home to successful international businesses and education institutions as well as beautiful sandy beaches and rocky shorelines. Don’t miss Sunny Jim's Cave.
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