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Weekend roundup

June 18-21


Hops on the Harbor

June 19. Flagship Cruises & Events’ “Hops on the Harbor” returns for its fifth year! Don’t miss this Friday evening with Pizza Port Brewing Company where guests can look forward to dinner, local brews and craft beer, a meet-and-greet with brewers onboard, prizes and giveaways. 7-10 p.m. $84.50. 990 N. Harbor Drive, San Diego, 619.234.4111. Tickets

Visit One Paseo

Reopened. Just in time to kick off summer, One Paseo is fully reopened as of this week. Head to the center to shop, dine, exercise and more. One Paseo has implemented the highest levels of increased sanitation and safety, and its new center wide hours is from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., with certain restaurants and retailers offering extended hours. 3725 Paseo Place, Del Mar, 858.523.2298.

Father’s Day

Rare Society

June 18. Order dad a Father’s Day grilling bag from Rare Society, available for pickup on Thursday, June 18 from 2 to 6 p.m. The bag includes one 5-pound marinated tri-tip; one whole citrus-marinated Spatchcocked chicken; four 3-ounce filet mignon medallions; four 4-ounce Kielbasa sausages; four bacon-wrapped shrimp skewers; housemade barbecue sauce; Santa Maria-style salsa; and TRG grilling spice mix. Orders can be placed on the restaurant’s website. 4130 Park Blvd., San Diego, 619.501.6404.

Born & Raised

June 21. On Father’s Day, the iconic steakhouse opens its doors for the first time since Covid-19. Treat dad to high-end steaks, cocktails and be sure to check out the views on the rooftop patio. 1909 India St., Little Italy, 619.202.4577. Reservations

Cardellino + Mr. Trustee

June 21. Treat dad to a batch of chef Jeremy Harville’s ultimate sticky buns, plus a pint of handmade Mr. Trustee brown sugar ice cream. Available for pickup at Cardellino on Sunday, June 21 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Quantities limited; preorder online. 4033 Goldfinch St., San Diego, 619.600.5311.

Mavericks Beach Club

June 21. Enjoy brunch with dad by the beach at Mavericks in Pacific Beach. Served from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the brunch menu offers a variety of specials in the form of breakfast burritos, bowls and sandwiches. Pair dishes with libations such as $5 bloody marys, $5 Micheladas, $10 bottles of Champagne and rosé. 860 Garnet Ave., Pacific Beach, 858.999.0348.

Food + Drink

Breakfast Company North Park

Reopened. The restaurant is now open for dine-in service, serving up banana bread pancakes, fried rice Benedicts and more tasty dishes. Breakfast Company North Park is fully prepared to accommodate patrons in a safe and socially distanced capacity. M-Tu 7 a.m.-3 p.m., W 7 a.m.-5 p.m., Th-Su 7 a.m.-3 p.m. 3131 University Ave., North Park, 619.269.2118.


Reopened. Little Italy’s Nonna welcomes back diners for Italian comfort food daily from 4 p.m. until close. Choose from homemade pastas, stone-oven pizzas, specialty cocktails and more. Cafe Zucchero, located inside Nonna, is also open at 8:30 a.m. for coffee and pastries. 1735 India St., Little Italy, 619.234.1735.

Herb & Sea

Reopening June 19. The Encinitas hotspot is excited to open its doors and welcome back the neighborhood this Friday. Executive chef Sara Harris’ menu includes chef Malarkey’s classic dishes such as the roasted baby carrots and whole branzino, and a few of the restaurant’s greatest hits including hamachi crudo, and roasted oysters and bone marrow. Dine-in hours: W-Su 5-9 p.m. 131 D St., Encinitas, 760.704.8300.

Arts + Culture

San Diego Air & Space Museum

Reopened. The San Diego Air & Space Museum has officially reopened, welcoming guests in for a fun, educational and inspirational experience. Accordingly, the museum is adhering to the safety measures established by the state and county for a safe re-opening to the public, and visitors are encouraged to purchase tickets online. The museum and gift store are open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 2001 Pan American Plaza, Balboa Park, San Diego, 619.234.8291.

Human Error (Online)

Through June 29. North Coast Repertory Theatre is continuing Season 38 with the West Coast premiere of Human Error, a comedy by Eric Pfeffinger. Theatre lovers can enjoy the hilarious play from the very comfort of their own homes. In Human Error, an unintentional mistake forces two couples—one liberal and one conservative—to meet and establish a relationship with binding implications. It is an uncharted journey for these unlikely friends, one that is filled with surprises and self-revelation. Tickets

Photos from top: Hops on the Harbor courtesy Flagship Cruises & Events. One Paseo courtesy Katalyst PR. Rare Society courtesy Chemistry PR. Born & Raised courtesy Katalyst PR. Cardellino courtesy Chemistry PR. Mavericks courtesy Mavericks/Instagram. Breakfast Company North Park courtesy Alternative Strategies. Nonna courtesy Nonna/Instagram. Herb & Sea courtesy Herb & Sea/Instagram. San Diego Air & Space courtesy San Diego Air & Space/Instagram. Human Error courtesy North Coast Repertory Theatre.

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