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- San Diego 6 News just featured us on their show this morning showcasing one of the amazing dishes that we are featuring in our Dia De Los Muertos dinner through the weekend! 3 courses for just $29!17 hours ago
Dia de Los Muertos Celebrations
Guests will exalt the endless cycle of life and death at the family-friendly event featuring traditional Mexican dishes prepared by acclaimed local chefs. Chef Todd Camburn from Barrio Star with a pumpkin tamales recipe.
- Day of the Dead week starts tonight at Isabel! We have our annual 3-course dinner tonight through Sunday! Here's the Chile Relleno :)1 day ago
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Latest TweetsBarrioStarr San Diego 6 News just featured us on their show this morning showcasing one of the amazing dishes that we are... http://t.co/d6g9R7KdMwIsabelPearlPDX Day of the Dead week starts tonight at Isabel! We have our annual 3-course dinner tonight through Sunday!... http://t.co/uuEewG3XXkIsabelPearlPDX Our 3-course Day of the Dead menu starts Wednesday & goes thru Sunday! Make your reservations now :) http://t.co/9iDuBAGS1BBarrioStarr Just a reminder, Barrio's hours have changed slightly on the weekends : we now open at 11am and you can still get... http://t.co/132u42OO7mBarrioStarr Come try our amazing new special : squash blossom tacos on homemade corn tortillas and wash it down with one of... http://t.co/CohYvcw19w
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Chef Showdown is back in September with its 10th Anniversary! It is a great event for all food lovers, and supports a great cause. All proceeds support the Center for Community Solutions and its goal of putting an end to domestic, sexual, and elder abuse. http://www.ccssd.org/event/10th-annual-chef-showdown/
Finding a great margarita in San Diego should be pretty easy right? You’d be surprised. A great margarita is made with fresh minimal ingredients and premium Blanco tequila. Too many times I encounter an establishment cutting corners by using a bottled margarita mix or some nasty high fructose triple sec. Not Barrio Star! With the [...]
New York Times bestseller and science journalist Michael Pollan spoke on Thursday, March 13, to a packed auditorium about the history, culture and science of agriculture and plants. In a Q&A-style interview hosted by Salk professor and March of Dimes Chair in Developmental and Molecular Biology Ron Evans, Pollan spoke eloquently on the state of food in America and how what [...]