SIRO-AMar 09, 2014A six member Japanese performance group from Sendai, Japan who combine interactive entertainment with electronic music and visual illusions that has been described as "Japan's answer to the Blue Man Group.44 other events on Sunday, March 9
Red Velvet is intimate; you enter through an unobtrusive
side door that’s part of a Little Italy high-rise. The waterfront-facing
wall of windows is framed by flowing drapes of a Cabernet-colored
material that recalls the restaurant’s name.
What the hell is a gastropub? I mean, really, between
restaurant, bistro, café, grill and eatery—just to name a few—there’s no
shortage of clever monikers for places that all do the same thing:
I generally drive through Rancho
Santa Fe; I rarely stop. It’s certainly a lovely place, but like the
majority of San Diegans, I’m in neither the age nor income bracket of
people who generally chill out in the tony enclave.
A native San Diegan,
I’ve never considered Mexican food exotic. The flavors of Mexico— or,
rather, the Americanized version of Mexican-inspired dishes—were as
common on my dinner table growing up as barbecued chicken or mashed
When I first learned
I’d be participating in a “guerilla-style dining” experience, I imagined
myself sitting in a jungle somewhere, possibly with a bandana around my
head, eating beans out of a can with my fingers.