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Thursday

San Diego, Stone Brewery, Sunset Cliffs & La Perla


Dad and I love a good brewery, so I asked one of my friends to suggest one and she pointed us in the direction of the Stone Brewery in Escondido. You walk through a couple of big rooms that can be used for functions and the like, and also passed the shop and first bar. Then we came to the beautiful outside area where we were going to hang out.



Although we had booked a table because we weren't sure how busy it would be, there was space at the bar so we decided to perch ourselves up there. There were a wide variety of beers, including many the company brewed themselves, either on-site or at some of their other sites.




We went for the beer flight, which means you order a certain number of beers and get a "tasting" of each of them. I'm putting tasting in brackets, because usually these tasters are pretty big portions. Obviously this is a positive aspect to the experience. As usual, I went for a mainly IPA based selection as these are my favourite types of beer, whilst dad went for a mixture. Overall, an amazing brewery that I can imagine would be great for a party on an evening as the outdoor area is covered in fairy lights and looks like it would be beautiful under the stars.


After leaving the brewery we headed down to sunset cliffs, because I love a good sunset.


Trust me, this one definitely did not disappoint.


Just look at that water.


Those cliffs.


The sun.

MAGICAL!

After basking in the glory that was the cliffs we had worked up an appetite. I don't really know how... All that exercise drinking and watching the sun I guess. I'm a huge lover of Mexican food, as is SteveO, so as per the advice of my friend from college, Estelle (or Stelly as I like to call her), we headed to La Perla and got THE GREATEST BURRITO EVER MADE. EVER. If you know me, you know I don't give out that compliment lightly. I'm a burrito snob. I admit it. I should go to burritos anonymous I'm so obsessed.


Trust me though, book a flight to San Diego just for this burrito. It's to die for.



They really need to expand to England. I'll run the business from that side. You think they'd go for that?

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