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    DAILY BRIEFING – Jewish Family Service provides help, Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon canceled, Rock Church services
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    JFS volunteers are a diverse group of San Diegans, united by their passion for serving the community in meaningful ways – from delivering meals, to keeping older adults company, to helping refugees feel more at home. 
    JFS volunteers are a diverse group of San Diegans, united by their passion for serving the community in meaningful ways – from delivering meals, to keeping older adults company, to helping refugees feel more at home. 
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    Tuesday, April 7

    JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE PROVIDES FOOD, MEALS, TRANSPORT

    Jewish Family Service of San Diego has expanded its most vital programs to serve families and individuals of all faiths, background and ages, impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Food, meals and transportation are available for those in critical need. Available services include:

    FoodmobileExpanded home-delivery meal service for homebound seniors and disabled adults. Deliveries may include hot/ready-to-eat meals, frozen meals and groceries to create home-cooked meals. For more information or to get help, call 858-637-3210.

    Drive-thru food assistance: Those in critical need can pick up bags of fresh and non-perishable food via a new drive-thru service at the JFS Joan & Irwin Jacobs Campus at 8804 Balboa Ave. Mondays-Fridays from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. No appointment needed. 

    On the GoOlder adults and/or their caregivers can schedule rides to the grocery store or medical appointments. Rides are provided by volunteer drivers and through rideshare service Lyft via JFS’s On the Go Navigator service. For more information or to request a ride, call 858-637-3210. 

    To get help, volunteer, or learn how you can join us in Moving Forward Together, visit jfssd.org or call 858-637-3000.

    ROCK CHURCH’S EASTER SERVICES
    On Sunday, April 12, more than 100,000 people are expected to gather online for the Rock Church’s Easter services. The eight online services will start on Friday and go through Sunday and will feature music from the Rock Church’s worship team and a message from Sr. Pastor Miles McPherson. 

    The services will be Friday, April 10 at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday, April 12 at 8 a.m., 10 a.m., noon, 2 p.m., 4 p.m., and 6 p.m. online via online.sdrock.com, FacebookYouTubeRokuApple TV, or Amazon Fire TV.

    The weekend services will kick off on April 10. McPherson will highlight the service of the military, first responders, and medical personnel on the front lines during this pandemic. Easter Sunday will include original songs from the Rock Church Worship team and a special Easter message from McPherson. His message is one of hope, particularly during this time where fear and anxiety are at the forefront of people’s minds.

    ROCK ‘N’ ROLL SAN DIEGO MARATHON POSTPONED

    Based on the direction and recommendations of public health agencies and local authorities toward the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Rock ‘n’ Roll San Diego Marathon & ½ Marathon, originally scheduled for May 30-31, 2020  has been postponed until the fall.

    The new 2020 event date, which is currently being finalized with local officials, will be communicated as soon as possible. In what has been a continually evolving and challenging time globally, organizers recognize the postponement may come as a disappointment, but look forward to providing participants with an exceptional event experience in the future.

    Monday, April 6

    KAREEM ABDUL-JABBAR DONATES GOGGLES TO SCRIPPS CAREGIVERS

    On Monday, April 6, NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar visited Scripps Health in San Diego to donate 900 pairs of safety goggles to protect health care professionals on the front lines of fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Kareem regularly wore goggles on his way to becoming the NBA’s all-time leading scorer – so it’s fitting that he’s donating them in what may be one of his biggest assists yet, off of the court.

    He said he wants to thank all of the doctors, nurses and medical professionals for all they’re doing to help fight the coronavirus. Kareem good-naturedly added that he hopes health care providers look as good wearing the goggles as he did when he played.

    Kareem was motivated to give back after learning about the need for more medical equipment from his longtime lawyer Steven Anapoell, whose brother Dr. William Anapoell practices at Scripps. Kareem’s longtime friend and manager for the last 25 years, Deborah Morales, is leveraging his name, image and likeness globally to help locate and secure other much-needed, high-quality medical supplies for Scripps and other hospitals in Southern California.

    Greeting Kareem on April 6 were Scripps president and CEO Chris Van Gorder, Scripps chief medical officer, clinical excellence and experience Dr. Ghazala Sharieff, Dr. Anapoell, and other members of the Scripps team.

     

    SCHOOL CAMPUSES ARE OFF LIMITS TO ALL

    No students, parents or coaches will be allowed on area school campuses during the current COVID-19 school closure according to San Diego Unified School District school officials. "No trespassing" signs have been posted at all entrances.

    Construction and renovation of the PLHS campus is continuing during this time. Workers and neighbors have reported seeing students on the athletic fields. These people have now been instructed to notify police if others are seen in the future.

    This order also applies to the Dana and Correia middle school campuses.

    Campuses are equipped with video cameras, which can be accessed remotely, that will be used to identify anyone violating this directive. School police warn that anyone caught on campuses may be charged with a misdemeanor carrying a fine up to $1,000.

     

    BUSINESSES MUST POST SANITATION, PHYSICAL DISTANCING PROTOCOLS

    No later than midnight on Tuesday, April 7, all businesses that remain in operation must prepare and post a “Social Distancing and Sanitation Protocol" at or near the entrance of the relevant facility, to be easily viewable by the public and employees.  

    A copy of the “Social Distancing and Sanitation Protocol” must also be provided to each employee performing work at the facility. All businesses shall implement the “Social Distancing and Sanitation Protocol” and provide evidence of its implementation to any authority enforcing this Order upon demand.  

    The “Social Distancing and Sanitation Protocol” must ensure all required measures are implemented and must identify and require measures necessary to implement social distancing and sanitation at that facility. If the measures identified and implemented are not effective in maintaining proper social distancing and sanitation, additional measures shall be identified and implemented or the facility shall be closed.

     

    COLDWELL BANKER REALTY PB HAS AWARD-WINNING AGENTS

    The Pacific Beach office of Coldwell Banker Realty has five affiliate agents who received awards at the most recent Coldwell Banker Realty Awards Gala. Below are all the award descriptions with the names of the agents who won.

    The International Diamond Society award is earned by the top 10% of all sales associates-representatives internationally qualified in the Coldwell Banker system:

    - Brian Keiner;

    - Stacey Studebaker.

    The International Sterling Society award is earned by the top 15% of all sales associates-representatives internationally qualified in the Coldwell Banker system:

    - Patrick Cohen;

    - John Collins;

    - Laura Williams.

    Coldwell Banker Realty in Southern California, the No. 1 residential real estate brokerage in Southern California, operates 64 offices with approximately 4,524 affiliated agents. Real estate agents affiliated with the company are independent contractor agents and are not employees of the company.

    Sunday, April 5

    NORTH COAST REPERTORY THEATRE PRESENTS THEATRE CONVERSATIONS

    To keep the audience engaged, we have created  North Coast Repertory Theatre, which was launched on March 26. These are conversations with the artistic director and various artists (playwrights, actors, and directors) who work in the theatre.

    Last week started with a 40-minute conversation with Richard Dreyfuss and his love for the theatre as well as his film career. The next conversation is with local actor/writer Omri Schein who talks about the process of writing a new musical.

    Then TV actor Yvette Freeman who discusses her career (“ER,” “Orange is the New Black”) vs being on stage. Coming up, Linda Purl actress of many TV shows, including “The Office,” where she played Pam’s mom, Helen Beesly.

    Find the conversations at https://bit.ly/3anjurp.

     

    UC SAN DIEGO A SIGNATORY TO U.S.-CHINA COOPERATION

    UC San Diego Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla was among over 90 bipartisan, high-level former government officials and experts in the U.S.-China relationship to release a joint statement urging cooperation between the United States and China in a much-needed effort to combat the COVID-19 global health crisis.

    The statement was released by Asia Society’s Center on U.S-China Relations and the 21st Century China Center at UC San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy. The statement seeks to encourage the recent cooperative steps taken between Washington and Beijing and to demonstrate that there is broad bipartisan support for furthering such cooperation.

    Kurt Campbell, former assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific Affairs and UC San Diego alum explains: "Even with all the distrust and disharmony, it is possible for the leadership in the United States and China to find the necessary common ground to combat the coronavirus. The American people deserve no less.”

    The joint statement identifies a range of applicable areas for collaboration — including through forums such as the G20 — to develop a clear and transparent mechanism to share relevant scientific data; compare best medical practices; align efforts to ramp up production and distribution of medical supplies; and coordinate funds and clinical trials for vaccine and treatment research, testing, production, and distribution.

     

    STATE LEGISLATURE WON’T BE BACK ON APRIL 13

     The California Legislature won’t be heading back to work on April 13 as planned.

    “Given what the governor and our public health officials have stated, it has become increasingly clear that the April 13 return date the Legislature envisioned isn’t feasible,” Senate President Pro Tem Toni Atkins told Voice of San Diego in a statement.

    “Our top priority has to remain helping flatten the COVID-19 transmission curve to prevent our health care systems from being overwhelmed. I will continue working with Speaker [Anthony] Rendon on a bicameral path forward, and I hope that in short order we will be conducting our business in a way that ensures the public’s participation and protects the public’s health.”

    Lawmakers have been in recess since March 20, after they passed a $1.1 billion relief package to aid local governments, hospitals and schools across the state.

     

    ROCK BAND CAMPS AT LIBERTY STATION

    Recreational Music Center, a nonprofit community music school located in Arts District Liberty Station, offers unique music camps during the summer. Kids ages 4-12 of all levels will learn the technical and teamwork skills of being part of a rock band, complete with a concert for friends and family at the end of the week.

    “This is our 12th anniversary of running our summer music camps, and I’m proud to say we have one of the most unique and memorable camp experiences in San Diego,” said David Gereghty, RMC executive director. “Each summer, we relish watching our campers discover a passion for a new instrument, and they often return for private lessons or our Rock Band Experience class in the fall because they love it so much.”

    RMC’s signature Rock Band Camp for ages 6-12 offers a sophisticated band experience with plenty of hands-on activities with piano, guitar, drums and vocals. Rock Band Camp and Little Rockers Camp take place all summer between June 22 and Aug. 28. Musical Theater Camp has a limited run during the weeks of July 13, July 27 and Aug. 10.

    All camps take place in the Liberty Station studios at 2590 Truxtun Road. Of course, due to COVID-19, the music camps during the summer may not be available. For more information, visit Visit RMCSanDiego.org.


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    TORREY HOLISTICS DONATES FACE MASKS, HAND SANITIZERS

    Local business owners, Tony Hall and Doug Gans of Torrey Holistics, have donated over 7,000 N95 face masks and over 10,000 hand sanitizers to various health centers, local organizations, customers and staff since mid-March. With shortages of medical supplies around the country caused by the COVID-19 international health crisis, Hall and Gans saw an opportunity to directly help their community, the medical workers on the frontlines, and those most vulnerable.  

    "The Torrey Holistics family and I wanted to make sure that our staff and community stay safe in these unprecedented times,” said Tony Hall, Co-Owner and Founder of Torrey Holistics. “Through my network, I was able to get the necessary items to support the people on the front lines who are working tirelessly to serve and protect San Diego.”

    Torrey Holistics has announced a portion of April sales will be donated to senior centers. For more information, visit torreyholistics.com

     

    LOCAL AUTHOR OFFERS ‘BORED GAMES’

    Local author Lee Silber is offering his fun and interactive “Bored Games” book to help amuse kids stuck at home during the health crisis.

    “People can get the book on Amazon for $5, or we can offer readers a free digital copy,” said Silber. "I converted the book to a PDF. I know it would help a lot of parents who have kids trapped at home make the most of this time together and keep them from going crazy (the parents, too).”

    For more information, email leesilber@leesilber.com.

     

    PB LIBRARY TO REMAIN CLOSED

    The Pacific Beach Library will not re-open Monday, April 6 as originally planned.

    “In line with County health guidelines to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the San Diego Public Library system will be closed to the public until further notice,” said PB library manager Christina Wainwright. “When the date when we can safely re-open is decided upon, it will be my great joy to share that information. In the meantime, here are a couple of quick reminders: Our book drops are locked.

    “Please hold on to your library materials and return them after we re-open; due dates on library materials have been extended until Friday, May 22; Dates for picking up holds currently in the library have been extended and you can always access our digital collections at sandiego.gov/public-library/elibrary.”

     

    COUNCILMAN RECOVERING FROM COVID-19

    COVID-19 stricken Chula Vista City Council member Steve Padilla, and a California Coastal commissioner, is out of hospital intensive care.

    "I’m off the ventilator, out of the ICU, and will be home soon,” said Padilla in a release. “After an intense three-week battle with coronavirus, the relief and gratitude I’m feeling right now are overwhelming. I’m so grateful to the doctors, nurses, and staff at UCSD Medical Center who saved my life. Take it from me: the threat of coronavirus is as serious as it is real. We all need to stay home, and follow County Public Health guidelines to stop the spread and save lives that are at risk.”

     

    Friday, April 3

     

    COUNTY ORDERS ESSENTIAL WORKERS TO WEAR MASKS

    To prevent the spread of the virus and potential future deaths, San Diegans who are out in public are strongly encouraged to cover their nose and mouth to flatten the curve, County health officials recommended. Businesses, including grocery stores, convenience stores, and restaurants, are required to have employees wear face coverings.

    The new order and guidance will go into effect at midnight, Friday, April 3.

    “This new amendment is in addition to the other emergency regulations urging residents to continue staying at home, wash hands regularly, and maintain safe physical distances during essential trips out of the house,” said District 7 City Councilmember Scott Sherman. 

    Wearing a facial covering is useful because the coronavirus is spread through respiratory droplets emitted when an individual breathes, coughs, or sneezes. Individuals may be infected with the coronavirus even if they feel no symptoms and the virus can still spread to others if there are no symptoms. 

    There are numerous types of cloth materials that can be used such as bandannas, turtlenecks, etc. However, N95 and surgical masks that are in short supply should not be used.

    For the latest COVID-19 updates, visit sandiego.gov/coronavirus.

     

    BLENDERS EYEWEAR DONATING SAFETY GOGGLES TO HOSPITALS

    Pacific Beach-based sunglasses brand, Blenders Eyewear, is devoting a portion of its manufacturing to make 10,000 safety goggles to donate to area hospitals amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
    Founded in 2012 by San Diego State University alum Chase Fisher, Blenders Eyewear is a sunglasses and lifestyle company started in Pacific Beach.
    "Our thoughts are with the doctors, nurses, and medical staff coping with patient surge and putting themselves in harm’s way for the sake of the greater good," said Fisher. "As a community, we all have a responsibility to flatten the curve and lower the peak of this virus."
    Blenders announced that it will produce and donate 10,000 goggles to hospitals in San Diego and Los Angeles. The safety goggles are FDA-approved medical devices and will be delivered by April 15.

    The company is also offering 5% off all sales throughout April that will go to Direct Relief – a humanitarian aid organization helping provide personal protective equipment and essential medical items to health workers responding to COVID-19. Through this partnership, Blenders hopes to provide an additional 20,000 pairs of goggles to high-need regions in the United States.

     

    2020 CENSUS IS UNDERWAY

    By now, every household in Pacific and Mission beaches should have received an invitation by mail to participate in the 2020 Census.

    The Census provides more than a snapshot of a community's demographics. Its count determines where nearly $1 trillion of taxpayer money is allocated for healthcare, education, housing, community resources, transportation, and disaster relief.

    It is fast and easy to complete your Census questionnaire at my2020census.gov, by phone (844-330-2020), or by mail. All your responses are confidential and private – responses are protected by federal law and are gathered for statistical purposes only.

    With questions about the Census, email raquel.juarez@2020census.gov.

     

    AVOID COVID-19 SCAMS

    “The FBI has identified a new fraud scheme using text messaging and social platforms to reach potential victims,” said David Surwilo, San Diego Police Department community relations officer. “The message uses the promise of money, i.e., ‘stimulus check’ from the retailer, Costco Wholesale, and provides a link, containing malware, ransomware or other fraudulent methods to steal identity, financial or other personal information.”

    Added Surwilo: “The FBI is warning the public that Costco is not texting or using social media platforms to reach the public or its customers to provide a ‘stimulus check,’ ‘freebies,’ or a ‘stimulus package’ in fake messages. Do not click on this type of unsolicited link. Do not provide personal information for unsolicited links.”


    Thursday, April 2

     

    WOODSTOCK’S PIZZA DOUGH-NATION

    Located at 1221 Garnet Ave., Woodstock’s Pizza Pacific Beach has launched a fundraiser called Double Your Dough-Nation to provide free pizzas to the neediest, in partnership with The Salvation Army. Woodstock's is matching every gift to feed those who are sick/quarantined, health care workers on the front lines, people who have lost their jobs and the homeless. 

    Woodstock's PB, operated by Laura and Jeff Ambrose, is still open for curbside pick-up and free delivery. The Ambroses said they’ve managed to avoid layoffs so far, primarily by asking their college-age employees with family financial support to give their hours to employees who are solely dependent on their wages from Woodstock's.

     

    SAN DIEGO HUMANE SOCIETY RECEIVES BIG GIFT

    SDHS has received a $50,000 matching gift from Charles and Carol Baum, which will double donations made to the organization during April. The gift was made in memory of the Baums’ beloved pets Chelsea, Winston, Sullivan and Jordan.

    The gift will provide critical support for SDHS during this time of need. As the community responds to COVID-19, animals are still entering SDHS’s care daily. Donations will ensure that the organization is able to continue providing shelter, lifesaving medical care, wildlife rescue and rehabilitation, animal-cruelty investigations and more.

    “Our work for animals in need doesn’t stop,” said SDHS president/CEO Dr. Gary Weitzman. “We are San Diego’s safety net for animals, in good times and bad. No matter what else is going on in the world, animals are relying on us to save their lives. This generous matching gift helps ensure we can be there for every single one.”

     Donations can be made online at sdhumane.org and must be received by April 30 to be eligible for the match.

    “We’re honored to have the opportunity to inspire compassion for animals in our community during this difficult time,” said donor Charles Baum.“San Diego Humane Society’s lifesaving work continues despite everything else that is happening in the world, and we’re grateful that they’re here for animals and the people who love them.”

     

    SAN DIEGO COUNTY FAIR UPDATE

    “At this time, we do not plan to cancel the San Diego County Fair, and we will move forward planning it,” say organizers of the annual regionwide fair scheduled for June 5-July 5 at Del Mar Fairgrounds.

    Superheroes are this year’s fair theme. Taste your way through the fair’s superfoods, soar through the air on adrenaline-pumping carnival rides, strike a power pose with your favorite superheroes, discover entertainment surprises and learn the science and history of being a superhero and meet real-life community heroes. For more information, visit sdfair.com.

     

    INSOMNIA COOKIES DIY KITS

    With a location in Pacific Beach at 1007 Garnet Ave., the retail chain is offering cool treats for local delivery for the whole family, or for a sweet date night idea. Choose from two DIY kits:

    ● DIY Cookie’wich Kit - $18, includes 6 traditional cookies, 1 pint of ice cream, 4 toppings (your choice of traditional cookies, ice cream flavor, and toppings);

    ● Large DIY Cookie’wich Kit - $32, includes 12 traditional cookies, one quart of ice cream, 6 toppings (your choice of traditional cookies, ice cream flavors, and toppings).

    To find out if you’re within the delivery radius, enter your address into the location finder on Insomnia’s website. To place an order for local or national delivery, visit insomniacookies.com.

     

    SMALL-BUSINESS STATE TAX RELIEF

    Starting April 3, California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) will allow small-business taxpayers to enter into 12-month interest-free payment plans for up to $50,000 of sales and use tax liability. This offers what is effectively an immediate interest-free loan to small businesses, providing a bridge until they can get relief from the SBA or their businesses can get back on their feet.

    This extends beyond the previous executive order that all small businesses will have an additional three months to file returns and pay taxes administered by the department. Additionally, all businesses will have an extra 60 days to file claims for a refund from CDTFA or to appeal a CDTFA decision to the Office of Tax Appeals.

    For more information, visit business.ca.gov/coronavirus-2019/.

     

    SEAWORLD OFFERS ONLINE CLASSROOMS

    The popular marine amusement park understands that patrons need turnkey, engaging activities now more than ever, so SeaWorld has developed standards-aligned resources available to help families virtually explore the wild world of animals and nature for grades K-12. 

    Parents, students, and teachers can explore hands-on, creative resources including classroom activities, teacher’s guides, Saving a Species Video Series, animal bytes and animal info books.

    Materials can be accessed by going directly to SeaWorld.org, or through SeaWorld’s portal at SeaWorld San Diego Education.

     

    SHORE BUDDIES DONATING TO MARINE LIFE

    San Diego-based stuffed-animal company, Shore Buddies, which fashions its products from recycled plastic bottles, has partnered up with four nonprofit organizations that are currently treating animals at their facilities and is donating 100% of their profits from online sales to help these animals to get the treatment they need.
    It takes six plastic bottles to make one 12-inch Shore Buddy stuffed animal. Each animal covers a different topic of ocean plastic and educates children on how they can help to keep plastics out of the ocean in a playful way.
    “Although our mission is to keep plastics out of the ocean, we cannot forget about the animals that currently need treatment,” says founder/CEO Malte Niebelschuetz. “At Shore Buddies, we are great at giving marine life a voice. Therefore, we decided to speak up for them and help these great organizations to continue their important work during this global crisis.”
    Shore Buddies is supporting the Dolphin Research Center, The Marine Mammal Center and the San Diego Humane Society's Project Wildlife. 
    For more information, visit shore-buddies.com.

     

    CONSTRUCTION IN MISSION TRAILS REGIONAL PARK TO IMPROVE INFRASTRUCTURE

    When Mission Trails Regional Park reopens and visitors return, they may notice an increase in construction traffic and activities in and near the western portion of the park as the San Diego County Water Authority improves a portion of its regional water delivery system.

    The Water Authority has begun work to construct a new underground reservoir and flow control facility. The facilities are part of the Mission Trails Project, a suite of projects that mostly were completed in late 2010 to improve regional water infrastructure. Completed components include the construction of a pipeline tunnel, demolition of most above-ground vent stacks in the park, and construction of a stabilized crossing at the San Diego River.

    The new underground flow regulatory structure, or covered reservoir, will help regulate untreated water flows in the regional water delivery system. It will hold up to 5 million gallons of water. The reservoir will be covered with soil and vegetation, except for several above-ground access hatches and vents that will allow for air movement in and out of the reservoir. A new flow control facility and pipeline interconnections will also be constructed as part of this project. Pre-construction work to prepare the site has already started. The project construction is scheduled to begin in March and end in early 2022.

    Construction vehicles will use Clairemont Mesa Boulevard, Calle de Vida, Portobelo Drive, and Antigua Boulevard to access work areas in the park. Some trails leading to the site in the western portion of the park will be closed. For instance, the trail that begins at the intersection of Calle de Vida and Colina Dorada Drive will be closed to allow large construction vehicles and traffic to safely pass through the park. Additionally, parking at the eastern end of Clairemont Mesa Boulevard will be limited to accommodate project field offices and equipment staging.

    For more information about either project, go to www.sdcwa.org/mission-trails-FRS, call the toll-free project information line at 877-682-9283, ext. 7004, or email CIPinfo@sdcwa.org.

     

    LIZZO ‘SHOUT OUT’

    On March 31, pop singer Lizzo gave a “shout out” to Sharp Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa and bought lunch for its staff as part of an effort to thank hospital workers across the country.

    “Thank you so much for everything you guys have been doing during this pandemic. It has been a very scary time, and you guys have been a peace of mind during this time and a hero” the Grammy award-winning artist said in a video message posted by Sharp. “I hope you feel the love and appreciation of pouring in from everybody from all around the world because we really do love and appreciate ya’ll.”

     

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    Martinez earns bronze at AmpSurf ISA World Para Surfing Championship
    by LUCIA VITI
    Apr 04, 2020 | 1570 views | 1 1 comments | 23 23 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    San Diego’s Jose Martinez competes at the AmpSurf International Surf Association World Para Surfing Championship held in early March in La Jolla Shores.  PHOTO BY SEAN EVANS
    San Diego’s Jose Martinez competes at the AmpSurf International Surf Association World Para Surfing Championship held in early March in La Jolla Shores. PHOTO BY SEAN EVANS
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    San Diego’s Jose Martinez garnered a Bronze Medal for Team USA at the 2020 AmpSurf International Surf Association (ISA) World Para Surfing Championship held in early March at La Jolla Shores. Martinez, along with a record-breaking ensemble of the world’s best para-surfers, competed undeterred by rain, and at times, torrential downpours. Team Spain won their first gold while Team USA, Team Brazil, and Team Hawaii won silver, bronze, and copper respectively. “AmpSurf ISA World Para Surfing Championship celebrates the healing powers of the ocean and surfing,” said Fernando Aguerre, president of ISA. “Competitors with physical challenges share their experiences with those from on the other side of the world. The world’s best para surfers represent their nations, display their talent, and pursue gold medals on a global stage.” Athletes, classified by their physical challenges in order to keep the playing field level, consisted of teams of eight men and women. Aguerre noted that every competitor sports a unique journey of courage and perseverance. “We see a variety of athletes, some who have lost limbs to shark attacks, to those who surf blind,” he continued. “Each story is unique, but the love and shared joy of surfing brings everyone together. The athletes in this world championship are amazing surfers and extremely talented.” “AmpSurf was amazing,” added Martinez. “We were in heaven. The weather added an element of excitement, but that’s the bar of getting in the water. You could be hit with a tsunami or the surf could be calm. It seemed to pummel rain every time I got in.” What began as a grassroots movement in 2015 – 69 athletes from 18 nations – the 2020 AmpSurf ISA World Championships united140 athletes from 24 nations. “Founded in 1964, ISA is recognized by the International Olympic Committee as the World Governing Authority for Surfing,” explained Aguerre. “Our mission is to make the world a better place through surfing. A key piece of that puzzle is growing and developing the sport worldwide via world championships. “Having crowned surfing world champions for over 50 years, it was only natural to transcend into the Para Surfing realm and crown world champions,” he continued. “We started this event in 2015 to provide this platform for these athletes to shine.” “It’s important to show the world the capabilities we have within ourselves,” said Martinez. “This event shows everyone how amazing we can be. We’re achieving above and beyond what many thought we could. I placed third in the world and I have many more medals yet to win.” “Surfing’s a fun, unique, and special sport,” said Aguerre. “Those who ride waves can attest to the joy and connection to nature that it creates. If everyone surfed, the world would be a better, more peaceful place.” JOSE MARTINEZ Thirty-one-year-old Martinez began his journey into AmpSurf upon dedicating his life to serve his country. Driven by a need to be “selfless,” Martinez joined the U.S. Army, intending to make this a lifelong career. “What’s more selfless than giving my life to protect to the rest of the world?” he asked. In 2012, four months into his first deployment in Afghanistan, Martinez stepped on a 60-pound IED intended to destroy a vehicle. The explosion completely severed his right leg. His left leg and right arm remained barely attached. Army “brothers” immediately descended, including a medic “who worked to close me up as fast as he could.” “I told everybody – this is my time to die,” he said. “Tell my mom I was a hero. I was slapped and told to shut up. I didn’t think I’d make it past seeing my brothers.” Martinez woke up 10 days later at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. “I woke up thinking it was all a dream,” he said. “I closed my eyes again, hoping to wake up in Afghanistan.” Martinez quickly realized that he was “a new me, one that I had to figure out.” As a hip disarticulate, doctors had little hope of him ever walking again. Depression became constant. “I thought my soul would let me die or my brain would let me fail and die,” he said. “I wasn’t suicidal. I just thought I’d disintegrate.” Martinez spent the next four months enduring 10 surgeries at Walter Reed before heading to San Diego’s Balboa Naval Medical Center to complete nine more before heading into intense rehabilitation. Randy Whiteside became the first of many rehab health care providers to set the Army man walking. “I cried to Randy, ‘Sir, they said I’ll never walk again, can you please help me?’” said Martinez. “He said, ‘You just walked through the door, so what’s the problem? Now, let me take care of the rest.’” Martinez was walking within six months. Under the guidance of the Medical Center’s Nurse Betty, the pool followed suit. “It took me three hours to swim 50 meters,” explained Martinez. “I felt so weird. I could’ve crawled faster. But I didn’t give up. I couldn’t. My support team – my girlfriend now wife, my family, my friends, my therapists and Betty wouldn’t let me.” Martinez lauds each dedicated health care provider who worked “diligently to remind me that I’m still strong and I can do things.” Although Martinez never surfed before his injury, he was hooked at first push. The dynamo plans to become the world’s best adaptive surfer. “Surfing’s my platform to show the world that everyone has the ability to do something better, even if we’re bad in the beginning,” he said. Despite snapping two boards during his first competition and almost losing a crew member who got swallowed by a wave, Martinez remains consistent in the gym and surfs three times a week – four to five prior to competing – to be able to one day surf 15, 20 even 25-foot waves. “I’ll never stop surfing,” he said. “I’ll keep moving forward, crushing goals and winning.” Martinez is also determined to become one of the greatest motivational speakers in the world. “I’ll not only speak to the world, I’ll show everyone what they can do,” he said. “I won’t yell advice, ‘you can do it,’ while taking your money. I’ll be different because I’m a winner. I’ll take my legs off and show you how to walk. And then I’ll show you how to fly.” Martinez admits that it’s painful to walk on his prosthetics. “Walking for two-plus hours cuts into my waist and sides, causing me to bleed, sometimes a lot,” he explained. “But I walk for everyone else. I walk to see everyone smile. I walk to give others inspiration and admiration. People in wheelchairs thank me for giving them hope. I walk to give everyone a reason to look up from their phone.” While dedicating his success to his wife, “who roots for me every single second of the way,” the talent harbors no regret for his service in the Army. “My service in the Army made me the person that I am today,” he said. “I’m here to serve a bigger purpose; to show everyone that there’s nothing that they can’t do. I’m here to remind people how powerful they truly are. “I’m here to show you how amazing you can be and that nothing is unstoppable,” he concluded.
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    Boy Scout refurbishes benches at Mt. Soledad National Veterans Memorial
    by THOMAS MELVILLE
    Apr 02, 2020 | 3794 views | 1 1 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Boy Scout David Gillcrist teamed up with family friend John Wilding, of Wilding Construction Co. to refurbish benches at Mt. Soledad National Veterans Memorial. COURTESY PHOTO
    Boy Scout David Gillcrist teamed up with family friend John Wilding, of Wilding Construction Co. to refurbish benches at Mt. Soledad National Veterans Memorial. COURTESY PHOTO
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    David Gillcrist, a high school senior at Mt. Everest Academy, is a Boy Scout in Troop 170 who recently used his Eagle Scout Service Project to make a positive impact on the local community. Gillcrist, who lives near Kate Sessions Park, decided to refurbish each of the seven benches that surround the Mt. Soledad National Veterans Memorial. Gillcrist is no stranger to the nearby memorial as his two grandfathers (one whom is his namesake), a grandmother, and a great uncle, who were all veterans, are remembered on the walls of Mt. Soledad National Veterans Memorial. Their memories made the service project extra special for him. “I looked long and hard for a project that would be unique and qualify for my Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project,” Gillcrist said. “During my training runs up to Mt. Soledad, I saw these benches regularly and realized that they were in extremely poor condition. “I thought to refurbish the seven benches that surround the Mt. Soledad cross would be a wonderful way to beautify the veterans memorial, give back to the community in which I live, and honor three of my grandparents and great uncle.” The next step was to come up with a plan on how to accomplish his goal. In August of last year, Gillcrist teamed up with family friend John Wilding, of Wilding Construction Co., who would become the Scout’s project coach. Wilding and Gillcrist completed a feasibility study of the benches, decided on an approach, and then started to work on the logistics. But before anything could be cut and dried, they needed approval from the City Parks and Recreation Department. Wilding helped put together a proposed project plan and Gillcrist presented it to the Parks and Rec staff. “They provided tremendous support and helped direct my planning efforts,” Gillcrist said. They also approved the project. Gillcrist went to work raising funds – well, asking family and friends for cash. But in a stroke of good fortune, while checking out supplies at local stores, the Boy Scout landed a big fish. Ted Teran, general manager of the Dixieline Lumber and Home Center on Sports Arena Boulevard, agreed to donate the redwood and exterior stain for the initial prototype bench. While family and friends funded the balance of the project, Dixieline threw in all the redwood and stain required to finish. Then the real work started with several sessions at Wilding’s workshop, where his team of Scouts and family supporters milled and sanded all of the bench planking. On March 6, with the assistance of his dad Jim, and Wilding, Gillcrist completed the initial prototype bench, which Parks and Rec inspected and approved. “This was a big deal because now we had the ‘green light’ to complete the remaining six benches,” Gillcrist said. On March 15 they completed their task. “It was exceptionally satisfying to receive wonderful comments from onlookers and visitors to the veterans memorial who appreciated what we were doing,” Gillcrist said. “That made us feel good.” These projects are the capstone event in scouting, which are required before a Boy Scout can achieve the highest rank of Eagle Scout. “Successful completion of this project gives me an enormous sense of pride and accomplishment,” Gillcrist said. “Giving back to the community in which I live is near and dear to my heart. “But I could not have done this project by myself,” he added. “It was a huge team effort and I am grateful to everyone who helped me complete it. I hope to pay it forward someday.”
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    City enforcing closures of beaches, parks and trails
    by DAVE SCHWAB
    Apr 01, 2020 | 15304 views | 15 15 comments | 34 34 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    The stairway to the beach in North PB is taped off as lifeguards roam the empty sand. KATHY MILLER GRAY/BEACH & BAY PRESS
    The stairway to the beach in North PB is taped off as lifeguards roam the empty sand. KATHY MILLER GRAY/BEACH & BAY PRESS
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    Public beaches, parks, trails and parking lots are closed and it is no longer permissible for people to be on boardwalks or in the ocean and bay – including surfers. SDPD is currently issuing warnings and repeated violators may receive citations. The Port of San Diego has also closed public parks around San Diego Bay, which includes beaches, parking lots, piers, and boat launches. “Lifeguards are making announcements and reminding folks that there is no swimming, surfing or boating and no one can be on the sand, boardwalk or grass areas,” said Mónica Muñoz, City media services manager. “Public parks and trails are closed. OB Pier is closed.” Added Munoz: “We did social media posts and a video on our three social platforms. There are signs posted and barricades up everywhere. We are getting compliance from people. But if lifeguards don’t get compliance, they notify SDPD.“ “We hope that the public has been watching the news, reading the newspaper and looking at us on social media to know not to go to the beaches and boardwalk, bays, parks, trails, and lakes in the City of San Diego,” said San Diego Police Department spokesperson Shawn Takeuchi. “We will have police officers monitoring these locations and if community members show up, we will educate them about the closure. If community members fail to adhere to the educational effort, SDPD officers will be issuing citations.” On March 23, Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer, San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit, Fire-Rescue Chief Colin Stowell and Lifeguard Division Chief James Gartland announced the closure of City-run parks, beaches, trails, boardwalks, and bays to further limit public gatherings and slow the spread of COVID-19.  “These are not actions we are taking lightly, but gatherings can spread this dangerous virus. The actions of a few can cost the lives of many,” said Faulconer. “People can still go outdoors, but please go outdoors close to home. This is about protecting each other.” “I am asking all San Diegans to take this virus seriously,” said Nisleit. “Stay home and do not go out unless it is for essential goods. We must all do our part to limit its spread so that we can get through this difficult time.” San Diegans are reminded that gatherings of any size are prohibited. People must continue to maintain a six-foot distance to limit the spread of the virus in the community. “I am very proud of our personnel. We are fully staffed in all positions and ready to help San Diegans who need us but we need your help as well by staying home as much as possible,” said Stowell. “If you call us, tell the dispatcher about anyone who has flu-like symptoms or is quarantined. Those details are important to our first responders and will help us to take the necessary precautions.” “Our lifeguard stations are fully staffed and we are ready to help any member of the public who needs our assistance,” said Gartland. “Everyone has an important part to play in flattening the curve of this virus. Please stay home and if you go out for groceries or other essentials, follow social distancing guidelines. You can count on us; we want to count on you as well.” The state order requires Californians to stay at home except in limited circumstances, including caregiving, getting necessary health care, and working to support a critical industry. Exceptions also include visiting grocery stores, food banks, restaurants that offer take-out, pharmacies, laundry services, banks and gas stations. For information regarding COVID-19 cases and directives from County of San Diego public health officials, visit coronavirus-sd.com. For the latest information about the COVID-19 virus, updates on City services and steps the public can take to help reduce the spread of the disease, visit sandiego.gov/coronavirus.
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    April 07, 2020
    Hi views did you know there are spell to win love back from an ex. I have done it. I love reading about relationships and how to make them work, how to better the relationship, and how to keep the spark alive, even how to talk to them a certain way to get them to think a different way about the situation and you. If you need advice or want to win your ex back Email him :(AUGUSMIMI789@GMAIL.COM) or You can also whatsapp him at 2348077264075 will change your mentality and get you what you want.
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    April 06, 2020
    Effective powerful love spell to get your Ex lover back urgently no matter why he left you.

    My boyfriend that left me few months ago just came back to me last night crying for me to take him back. After 3 year relationship with my boyfriend, he changed suddenly and stopped contacting me regularly, he would come up with excuses of not seeing me all the time. He stopped answering my calls and my sms and he stopped seeing me regularly. I then started seeing him with different girls several times but every time he would say that he love me and that he needed some time to think about our relationship. But cannot stop thinking about him so i decided to go online and i saw so many good talk about this spell caster called dr unity and i contact him and explain my problems to him. He cast a love spell for me. and after 28hours, my boyfriend came back to me and started begging me to forgive him and we moved in together after a few months and he was more open to me than before and he started spending more time with me than his friends. We eventually got married and now have been married happily with a son. Ever since Dr unity helped me, my boyfriend is very stable, faithful and closer to me than before.You can also contact this spell caster and get your relationship fix .Here’s his contact, WhatsApp him: 2348055361568 or Email him at: Unityspelltemple@gmail. com
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    April 06, 2020
    Effective powerful love spell to get your Ex lover back urgently no matter why he left you.

    My boyfriend that left me few months ago just came back to me last night crying for me to take him back. After 3 year relationship with my boyfriend, he changed suddenly and stopped contacting me regularly, he would come up with excuses of not seeing me all the time. He stopped answering my calls and my sms and he stopped seeing me regularly. I then started seeing him with different girls several times but every time he would say that he love me and that he needed some time to think about our relationship. But cannot stop thinking about him so i decided to go online and i saw so many good talk about this spell caster called dr unity and i contact him and explain my problems to him. He cast a love spell for me. and after 28hours, my boyfriend came back to me and started begging me to forgive him and we moved in together after a few months and he was more open to me than before and he started spending more time with me than his friends. We eventually got married and now have been married happily with a son. Ever since Dr unity helped me, my boyfriend is very stable, faithful and closer to me than before.You can also contact this spell caster and get your relationship fix .Here’s his contact, WhatsApp him: 2348055361568 or Email him at: Unityspelltemple@gmail. com
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    April 01, 2020
    I understand the need to squash this outbreak and flatten the curve, however it seems like a lopsided and meat-handed approach when limiting surfers, boaters, divers, and swimmers, while allowing for running, biking, walking--airplanes are still landing and taking off. Non-essential businesses are still open. People driving to visit their families. You can make a grocery/hardware/liquor store run 3 times a day if you want. I would predict that asymptomatic carriers moving about freely will be the true drivers of this pandemic, but without blanket testing, and self-quarantines, just limiting people's everyday movements is difficult to enforce.

    If they patrolled businesses and peoples' real movements as actively as they do the beaches, shut down flights to and from SD, and truly restricted people's gatherings, while testing and quarantining anyone with positive results, these closures might actually make a difference.

    As the cases skyrocket in our city over the next few weeks, keeping us surfers out of the water will have not mattered, but it was something easy and obvious to enforce while the virus spreads rampantly throughout or communities.
    Analeesa
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    April 02, 2020
    No one surfs close enough to each other or shares a board (ordinarily) to get close enough for spread by droplet; you can't catch anything that is not in the water which COVID is not, except what is in the water-- like e-Coli. Surfing relieves stress and anxiety which is important to immune function. I caught a cold last weekend standing in line--where no one was enforcing the 6 ft line, to get into a grocery store so that I could social distance IN the store. This is asinine.
    Restaurants and businesses open in the Downtown and Uptown areas
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    Plenty of amazing meal options with takeout from these Downtown and Uptown restaurants.
    Plenty of amazing meal options with takeout from these Downtown and Uptown restaurants.
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    Here is a list of some of the restaurants and businesses that are open for takeout/delivery in the Downtown and Uptown areas.

    For updated information on businesses, visit their website, social media or call. If you see businesses on this list that are closed or businesses that are open and not listed, let us know at kendra@sdnews.com. 



    Bankers Hill
     

    Papas & Tacos M-F 9:30-8, weekend 9:30-6 Uber Eats  

    Imperial House Tues-Sat 2-8 GrubHub 

    Il Dandy's 11:30-3, 4:30-8:30 self-delivery 

    Pure Project 11-6 online orders & pickup 

    Extraordinary Desserts M-F 9-8 weekend 10-8 Grub Hub & Postmates 

    James Coffee walkup 

     Jimmy Carters every day 8-8 Breakfast until 2:30 

    Bassams Cafe walkin only 

    Garden of Vegan every day 8-4 GrubHub, Postmates, Uber Eats 

    Wet Stone 11-7 Postmates, GrubHub 

    Mia Trattoria, third party delivery  

    Evolution 

    Donna Jeans, 2-8 Postmates, Uber, Eats 

    Bi Rite Market everyday 9-11 

    The Market Place 

    Royal Food Mart, GrubHub 

    Gaslamp 

    Bandar Restaurant 

    845 Fourth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    bandarrestaurant.com, (619) 238-0101 
    Open for: takeout; curbside delivery; delivery via PostMates and UberEats 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 11:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. 

     

    Berkeley Pizza 

    539 Island Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    berkeleypizza.net, (619) 937-0808 
    Open for: take-out; delivery via GrubHub, DoorDash 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 3 p.m. – 9 p.m. 

     

    Brian’s 24 

    828 Sixth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    brians24.com, (619) 702-8410 
    Open for: take-out, curbside-pickup, delivery via Uber Eats 
    Hours: 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. 

     

    Buca di Beppo 

    705 Sixth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    bucadibeppo.com, (619) 233-7272 
    Open for: take-out 
    Hours: 11 a.m.- 9 p.m. 

     

    Burger Lounge 
    burgerlounge.com, (619) 955-5727 
    Open for: take-out, delivery 
    Hours: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. 

     

    Café 21 

    802 Fifth Ave., San Diego, CA. 92101 
    café-21.com, (619) 252-5974 
    Open for: take-out 
    Hours: 8 a.m. – 10 p.m. 

     

    Cine Café 

    412 K St., San Diego, CA 92101 
    cinecafesandiego.com, (619) 595-1929 
    Open for: take-out, in store shopping 
    Hours: 6 a.m.- 10 p.m. 

     

    Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar 

    380 K St., San Diego, CA 92101 
    flemingssteakhouse.com, (619) 237-1155 
    Open for: take-out, curbside pick-up 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 12 p.m. – 8 p.m. 

     

    Fogo de Chão 

    668 Sixth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    fogodechao.com, (619) 338-0500 
    Open for: take-out, to-go butcher meats, curbside pick-up 
    Hours: Sun. – Thurs., 11 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.; Fri. – Sat., 11 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. 

     

    Gaslamp BBQ 

    524 Island Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    gaslampbbq.com, (619) 696-6996 
    Open for: take-out, curbside pick-up, delivery via DoorDash 
    Hours: 10 a.m. – 12 a.m. 

     

    Gaslamp Burger 

    738 Fifth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    gaslampburger.com, (619) 255-1839 
    Open for: take-out; delivery via GrubHub, Seamless, PostMates and DoorDash 
    Hours: 11 a.m. – 2 a.m. 

     

    Gaslamp Pizza 

    505 Fifth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    gaslamppizza.com, (619) 231-7542 
    Open for: take-out; delivery via PostMates, UberEats, GrubHub, doordash 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 10 a.m. – 2 a.m. 

     

    Ike’s Place 

    542 Fifth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    loveandsandwiches.com, (619) 255-2562 
    Open for: take-out; delivery via PostMates, UberEats, GrubHub, doordash 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. 

     

    Le Parfait Paris 

    555 G St., San Diego, CA 92101 
    leparfaitparis.com, (619) 245-4457 
    Open for: takeout, curbside pickup, delivery via PostMates 
    Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. 
    Offer: Order one dessert, get second dessert (of equal/lesser value) free 

     

    Maryjane’s 

    207 Fifth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    hardrockhotelsd.com/maryjanes, (619) 764-6950 
    Open for: take-out, curbside pick-up 
    Hours: 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. 

     

    Mattarello Cooking Lab 

    518 Sixth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    mattarellocooking.com, (858) 717-0173 
    Open for: take-out, delivery, curbside pick-up 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. 

     

    Metl Bar & Restaurant 

    748 Fifth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    metlsd.com, (619) 546-6424 
    Open for: take-out; delivery via PostMates, UberEats, GrubHub 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 12 p.m. – 10 p.m. 
    Offer: free meals for hospitality industry employees (visit site for details) 

     

    Meze Greek Fusion 

    345 Sixth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    gaslampmeze.com, (619) 550-1600 
    Open for: take-out; curbside pick-up; delivery via GrubHub, DoorDash, Uber Eats, PostMates 
    Hours: Thu. – Sat., 3 p.m. – 9 p.m. 
    Offers: Family Packs for 2-4 people or more (available for takeout only, not delivery); 20-percent off a la carte menu items; free delivery for orders of $100 or more (within one-mile radius); free $20 gift card per $100 purchase, to be used when Meze reopens (no other/previous promotions or discounts accepted at this time) 

     

    Morton’s the Steakhouse 

    285 J St., San Diego, CA 92101 
    mortons.com, (619) 696-3369 
    Open for: take-out, curbside pick-up 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 3 p.m. – 9 p.m. 
    Offers: 50 percent off beer and wine with food order 

     

    New Leaf Restaurant (inside Hilton) 

    401 K St., San Diego, CA 92101 
    hilton.com, (619) 231-4040 
    Open for: take-out 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. 

     

    New York Pizza 

    954 Fifth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    (619) 236-9006 
    Open for: take-out 
    Hours: 10 a.m. – 11 p.m. 

     

    Operacaffe 

    835 Fourth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    operacaffe.com, (619) 234-6538 
    Open for: take-out, curbside pick-up, delivery via Uber Eats 
    Hours: 11 a.m.- 8 p.m. 

     

    Pizza on Fifth 

    734 Fifth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    pizzaon5th.com, (619) 231-7582 
    Open for: take-out; delivery via PostMates, DoorDash, GrubHub, Seamless and Slicelife 
    Hours: 11 a.m. – 3 a.m. 

     

    Pushkin Russian Restaurant 

    750 Sixth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    pushkinrestaurantsd.com, (619) 496-1908 
    Open for: take-out; delivery via PostMates, UberEats, GrubHub, DoorDash 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. 
    Offers: 20-percent off all orders 

     

    Royal India 

    329 Market St., San Diego, CA 92101 
    royalindia.com, (619) 252-6800 
    Open for: take-out; delivery via UberEats, GrubHub 
    Hours: Fri. – Sun., 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. 

     

    Sab Lai Kitchen 

    500 Fifth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    sablaithaikitchen.com, (619) 232-1801 
    Open for: take-out, curbside pick-up, delivery 
    Hours: 11 a.m.- 10 p.m. 

     

    Sadaf 

    828 Fifth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    sandiegosadaf.com, (619) 338-0008 
    Open for: take-out; delivery via PostMates, UberEats, GrubHub, DoorDash 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. 

     

    Saltwater 

    565 Fifth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    saltwatersandiego.com, (619) 255-1839 
    Open for: first responders receive a free meal from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. (through 3/22/20, with valid ID) 

     

    Serrano’s Street Tacos and Bar 

    624 E. St., San Diego, CA 92101 
    serranostacossd.com, (619) 795-1930 
    Open for: take-out, curbside pick-up, delivery 
    Hours: Mon. – Sat., 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. 
    Offers: Full menu (and cocktails) available 

     

    Spill the Beans 

    555 Market St., San Diego, CA 92101 
    spillthebeanssd.com, (619) 233-3836 
    Open for: pick-up or delivery 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. 

     

    STK Steakhouse 

    600 F St., San Diego, CA 92101 
    stksteakhouse.com, (619) 354-5988 
    Open for: pick-up, curbside pick-up, delivery via PostMates 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. 

     

    Tacos El Cabron 

    532 Fourth Ave., San Diego, CA. 92101 
    tacoselcabronsd.com, (619) 501-7752 
    Open for: take-out; curbside pick-up; delivery via Seamless, Doordash, GrubHub and PostMates 
    Hours: 10 a.m. – 11 p.m. 

     

    The Broken Yolk Café 

    355 Sixth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    thebrokenyolkcafe.com, (858) 342-6833 
    Open for: delivery, pick-up, curbside pick-up 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 

     

    The Oceanaire 

    400 J St., San Diego, CA 92101 
    theoceanaire.com, (619) 858-2277 
    Open for: curbside pick-up, delivery 
    Offers: 10-percent off on any take-out order 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 12 p.m. – 8 p.m. 

     

    The Poke Co. 

    423 F St., San Diego, CA 92101 
    thepokeco.com, (619) 546-7663 
    Open for: take-out; delivery via PostMates, UberEats, DoorDash, GrubHub 
    Hours: Mon. – Fri., 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.; Sat./Sun., closed (for now) 

     

    The Smoking Gun 

    555 Market St., San Diego, CA 92101 
    thesmokinggunsd.com, (619) 233-3836 
    Open for: take-out, curbside pick-up, delivery via Doordash and PostMates 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 2 p.m. – 8 p.m. 

     

    The Westgate Room 

    1055 Second Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    westgatehotel.com, (619) 238-1818 
    Open for: curbside take-out 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 6:30 – 11 a.m. (breakfast); 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. (dinner) 

     

    Tony’s Pizza 

    433 E St., San Diego, CA 92101 
    tonyspizzasandiego.com, (619) 431-5600 
    Open for: take-out; delivery via PostMates, UberEats, GrubHub, DoorDash 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. 

     

    Tropical Savor 

    729 Fourth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 
    tropicalsavorbarandgrill.com, (619) 228-9385 
    Open for: take-out; delivery via PostMates, UberEats, GrubHub, DoorDash 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 12 p.m. – 8 p.m. 

     

    Urban India 

    750 Fifth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101 

    urbanindiasd.com, (619) 238-8380 
    Open for: take-out; delivery via PostMates, UberEats, DoorDash, GrubHub 
    Hours: Mon. – Sun., 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. 

     

    Hillcrest 

    RB Sushi, order on their website at rbsuhi.com.  

    Little Italy 

    Ambrogio15 

    550 West Date Street 

    619 450 6839 

    Hours: Sun. / 11am-10pm, Mon.-Thu. / 11am-10pm, Fri.-Sat. / 11am-11pm 

    Options: Pick-up, In-House Delivery & 3rd-Party Delivery 

     Ballast Point Tasting Room & Kitchen Restaurant 

    2215 India Street 

    619 255 7213 

    Hours: Sun.-Thu. / 11am-11pm, Fri.-Sat. / 11am-12am 

    Options: Take-Out 

      

    Bencotto + Monello 

    750 West Fir. Street 

    619 501 0030 

    Hours: All Week / 3:00pm-8:00pm 

    Option: Pick-Up & 3rd-Party Delivery 

      

    Buon Appetito Restaurant 

    1609 India Street 

    619 238 9880 

    Option: Take-Out & Curb-Side 

      

    Burger Lounge 

    1608 India Street 

    613 237 7878 

    Hours: All Week / 10:30am-10pm 

    Options: Take-Out, In-House Delivery 

     Café Gratitude 

    1980 Kettner Boulevard 

    619 736 5077 

    Hours: All Week / 8am-10pm 

    Options: 3rd-Party Delivery, Pick-Up 

      

    Caffe Italia 
    1704 India Street 

    619 234 6767 
    Hours: All Week / 7:00am-9:00pm 
    Option: Pick-Up 

      

    Civico 1845 
    1845 India Street 

    619 431 5990 
    Hours: All Week / 11:30am-3:00pm & 4:30pm-8:00pm 
    Option: In-House Delivery 

      

    Cloak & Petal 

    1953 India Street 

    619 501 5505 

    Hours: All Week / 4pm-8pm 

    Options: Take-Out, Pick-Up 

      

    Crack Shack 
    2266 Kettner Bulevard 

    619 795 3299 
    Hours: All Week / 11:00am-8:00pm 
    Option: Take-Out & Curb-Side 

      

    Davanti Enoteca 
    1655 India Street 

    619 237 9606 
    Hours: All Week / 3:00pm-8:00pm 
    Option: Pick-Up, Curb-Side, & 3rd-Party Delivery 

      

    Devil's Dozen 
    2001 Kettner Boulevard 

    619 780 0914 
    Hours: All Week / 9:00am-1:00pm 
    Option: Pick-Up 

      

    Extraordinary Desserts 
    1430 Union Street 

    619 294 7001 
    Hours: All Week / 10:00am-8:00pm 
    Option: Pick-Up, Curb-Side, & 3rd-Party Delivery 

      

    Flippis Pizza Grotto 

    1747 India Street 

    232 5094 

    Hours:  All Week / 11am-9pm 

    Options: Pick-Up / 3rd Party Delivery 

      

    GlassDoor Restaurant 
    1805 Columbia Street 

    619 564 3755 
    Hours: All Week / 6:30am-9:00am and 5:00pm-9:00pm 
    Option: Pick-Up & 3rd-Party Delivery 

      

    Graze by Sam 
    555 W. Date Street 

    619 269 0335 
    Hours: All Week / 11:30am-8:00pm 
    Option: Pick-Up 

      

    Harbor Breakfast 

    1502 India Street 

    619 450 7926 

    Hours: All Week / 7am-2pm 

    Options: Take out 

      

    Isola Pizza Bar 

    1526 India Street 

    619 255 4230 

    Hours: Wed.-Sun. / 4pm-8:30pm 

    Options: Pick-Up, 3rd-Party Delivery 

      

    James Coffee Co. 

    2355 India Street 

    619 756 7770 

    Hours: All Week / 7:00am-6:00pm 

    Option: Pick-Up 

      

    The Kebab Shop 

    303 W Beech Street 

    619 550 5481 

    Hours:  All Week 10:30am-9pm 

    Options: Order Online Pick-Up 

      

    Kettner Exchange 
    2001 Kettner Boulevard 

    619 255 2001 
    Hours: All Week / 1:00pm-9:00pm 
    Option: Pick-Up & 3rd-Party Delivery 

      

    Landini’s Pizzeria 
    1827 India Street 

    619 238 3502 
    Hours: Mon.-Wed. / 11:00am-11:00pm, Thu. & Sun. / 11:00am-1:00am, and Fri. & Sat. / 11:00am-2:00am 
    Options: Pick-Up, Curb-Side, In-House Delivery & 3rd-Party Delivery 

      

    Market by Buon Appetito 
    1605 India Street 

    619 237 1335 
    Hours: All Week / 8:00am-8:00pm 
    Option: Pick-Up 

      

    Mona Lisa Italian Foods 
    2061 India Street 

    619 234 4893 
    Deli Hours: Sun.-Thu. / 9:00am-10:00pm, and Fri. & Sat. / 9:00am-11:00pm 
    Restaurant Hours: Sun. / Noon-8:30pm, Mon.-Thu. / 11:00am-8:30pm, and Fri. & Sat. / 11:00am-9:30pm 
    Option: Pick-Up & 3rd-Party Delivery 

      

    Napizza 
    1702 India Street 

    619 696 0802 
    Hours: 
    Option: Pick-Up, Curb-Side, & 3rd-Party Delivery 

      

    Pappalecco 
    1602 State Street 

    619 238 4590 
    Hours: All Week / 7:00am-7:00pm 
    Option: Take-Out & 3rd-Party Delivery 

      

    Petrini’s 

    610 West Ashe Street 

    619 595 0322 

    Hours: All Week / 11:30am-2pm & 5:30pm-8pm 

    Options: Take-Out, 3rd-Party Delivery 

     Princess Pub & Grille 

    1665 India Street 

    619 702 3021 

    Hours: All Week / 11am-3pm 

    Options: Take-Out 

      

      

    Puerto La Boca Argentinian Restaurant 
    2060 India Street 

    619 234 4900 
    Hours: All Week / 11:30am-8:30pm 
    Option: Pick-Up 

      

    Queenstown Public House  
    1557 Columbia Street 

    619 546 0444 
    Hours: All Week / 11:00am-8:00pm 
    Option: Pick-Up, Curb-Side, & 3rd-Party Delivery 

      

    Ristorante Illando 
    1825 India Street 

    619 238 3502 
    Hours: Sun.-Thu. / Noon-10:00pm & Fri.-Sat. / Noon-11:00pm 
    Options: Take-Out & 3rd-Party Delivery 

      

    Salt & Straw 

    1670 India Street 

    619 542-9394 
    Hours: All Week / 3:00pm-10:00pm 
    Option: Pint Pick-Up & 3rd-Party Delivery. Accepting Card Payment Only 

     Shake Shack 
    2008 India Street 

    619 331 3958 
    Hours: Sun.-Thu. / 11:00am-10:00pm, and Fri. & Sat. / 11:00am-11:00pm 
    Option: Take-Out & 3rd-Party Delivery 

      

    Solunto 
    1643 India Street 

    619 255 7826 
    Hours: All Week / 11:30am-8:00pm 
    Option: Pick-Up 

      

    Sorrento 

    1646 India Street 

    619 546 0365 

    Hours: All Week / 3pm-9pm 

    Options: Pick-Up 

      

    Underbelly 

    750 West Fir Street 

    619 269 4626 

    Hours: All Week / 11:30am-midnight 

    Options: Take-Out 

      

    Wicked Maine Lobster 
    550 W. Date Street, Ste. B 

    619 888 7339 
    Hours: All Week / 11:30am-8:00pm 
    Option: Pick-Up & 3rd-Party Delivery 

      

    Vino Carta 
    2161 India Street 

    619 564 6589 
    Hours: All-Week / Noon-9:00pm 
    Option: Pick-Up, Curbside, In-House Delivery & 3rd-Party Delivery 

      

    Zinqué 
    Zinque is also offering groceries, including eggs, avocados and more that customers can order online and pick up. 2101 Kettner Boulevard 

    619 915 6172 
    Hours: Sun.-Thu. / 7:00am-Midnight and Fri. & Sat. / 7:00am-2:00am 
    Option: Pick-Up & 3rd Party Delivery 

     

     

    Mission Hills 

    On Goldfinch and West Washington 

    Meshuggah Shack, coffee, tea, and more to go 

    Lefty's Pizza, though they have much more than pizza, and are open daily from around lunchtime. 

    Harley Gray, open Th/F/Sa/Sun. 

    Grab n Go Subs, open daily 

    Venissimo, open daily 10:00-3:00 for charcuterie and cheese 
     

    The Red Door, open daily beginning at 4:00 for take out dinner.  Chef Luciano's parents are elderly and live in Milan and are sheltered in place.  So, he is committed to staying open as long as he is able.  I see his posts and it seems he offers a limited dinner option which looks delicious.  

    Fiore's Pizza, open for take-out 

    Donut Star, open for take-out (why not enjoy donuts for breakfast?) 

    Lazy Acres and Vons both have prepared meal offerings to take-out. 

    Sushi Deli 1 is open daily from lunch until about 8:00 p.m. offering take-out sushi and much more. 

    Toma Sol has been offering take-out dinners such as stew. 

    On Fort Stockton Drive 

    Ibis Market, offering Mediterranean food and sandwiches for take-out (Low-fat and low-sodium Mediterranean things such as dolmas, hummus, falafels, Greek-style salads, roasted chicken.)  

    On India Street  

    Pizza e Birra, though they offer much more than pizza ad beer 

    Regal Beagle, selling beer in sealed containers and various foods to-go daily until 9:00PM 

    El Indio, offering full menu for take-out 

    Shakespeare Pub and Grille, offering nightly dinners to take-out (call ahead to order)  

    Shakespeare's Corner Shoppe, offering British meals and goods for take-out, delivery, and snail mail  

    Rubicon Deli, offering full menu for take-out 

    Saffron, offering abbreviated take-out menu 

    Karina's Ceviches and More, offering full menu for take-out 

    Gelato Vero Caffe, open daily for take-out and home delivery 

    On West Lewis 

    Lewis Fay, they have gourmet food items, cookbooks, pasta machines and more for curbside pick up 

    Mission Hills Liquor, offering Sandwiches and more 

     

     

    North Park/City Heights along El Cajon Blvd.  
     

    Budget meals: 

    Chicken Pie Shop - 2633 El Cajon Blvd (619) 295-0156 

    When you spend at least $5, you get a kids meal free! Pick-up or delivery is available with Ubereats, Postmates or Grubhub. 

    Flavors of East Africa - 2322 El Cajon Blvd (619) 955-8778 

    They are offering 30% off their menu for pick-up. Give the "Safari Grilled Chicken" a try for $10.50 with the 30% discount, or a farmers market plate for $9! Pick-up or delivery is available with Ubereats, Postmates or Grubhub. 

    Crispy Fried Chicken - 4919 El Cajon Blvd (619) 582-3938 

    7.99 party wing specials (5 wings, bbq, buffalo and dry rub) + 2 side orders! Pick-up or delivery is available with GrubHub, Doordash, Postmates or Ubereats. 

    Etna Pizza - 4427 El Cajon Blvd (619) 280-1877 

    They’re waiving their delivery fee for all senior citizens and offering family deals, such as a medium pizza, small house salad or Cesar salad, and 2-liter drink for $22.95. Pick-up or delivery available with UberEats, Postmates, Doordash, GrubHub or Eat Street Delivery. 

    Mihn Ky - 4644 El Cajon Blvd (619) 283-4180 *closing time, 7:30 PM* 

    We suggest the combination wonton egg noodle soup for $7.25 - it's plenty for two! 

    Pick-up or delivery is available with GrubHub, Doordash, Postmates. 

    Thanh Tinh Chay - 4591 El Cajon Blvd (619) 255-0134 *9:00 AM - 7:00 PM, closed Wednesday's* 

    Try Banh Mi for $3. It comes with pickled veggies and delicious mock pork. Don't forget crispy egg rolls for $.50 each. All other plates are around $5. 

    Pick-up only @ San Diego, California 

     
     

    Pizza to go: 

     
     

    Pizza delivery is exactly what is going to get us through this isolated weekend at home, and will definitely keep the kids happy. Support your local favorites on The Boulevard, which have always had all the best options for pick-up and delivery from old school favorites like Venice and Etnas, to Luigi’s classic NY pizza, and for those of you who have experienced the wonders of Napoletano style, Pizzeria Bruno is on point! 

    Pizzeria Luigi 

    2121 El Cajon Blvd 

    (619) 294-9417 

    Opening Hours: 12:00 - 8:00 PM Daily 

    Pick-up and delivery 

    Doordash 

    Pizzeria Bruno Napoletano 

    4207 Park Blvd 

    (619) 260-1311 

    Opening Hours: 4:30PM - 8:00PM, Wed - Sun 

    Pick-up and delivery 

    Doordash,Postmates 

    Etna Pizza 

    4427 El Cajon Blvd 

    (619) 280-1877 

    Opening hours: 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Daily 

    Curbside pick-up and delivery 

    Etna Delivery, UberEats, Postmates, Doordash, GrubHub, Eat Street Delivery 

    They’re offering family specials and waiving delivery fees for senior citizens 

    Venice Pizza 

    3333 El Cajon Blvd 

    (619) 283-2333 

    Opening hours: 11 AM - 8 PM Daily 

    Curbside pick-up and delivery 

     
     

    *Also - Mama's Lebanese Bakery 

    4237 Alabama St, San Diego, CA 92104   

    GrubHub 

     

    North Park around 30th Street 

     

    Twist 

    Open usual hours for take-out only. Delivery available via DoorDash, Uber Eats, Postmates, or GrubHub 619-260-1813 

    Underbelly 

    Take-out only | 619.487.9909 
     

    URBN Pizza 

    12pm-10pm Daily | Takeout and Postmates Delivery | 619-255-7300 
     

    Working Class 

    9am-9pm Daily | Takeout, UberEats, Doordash & Postmates | 619-642-0114 

    Swami’s Cafe 

    Phone and takeout orders, delivery (GrubHub and Doordash) | 619-269-3797 

    The Taco Stand 

    Open usual hours for take-out only. | 619-795-8797 

    Thai Time North Park 

    Open for take-out and delivery through Postmates and Doordash. | 619-282-1060 
     

    Toronado 

    Open for pick-up; must sign-up for a time slot to come pick up. Click here to sign up. | 619-282-1060 

    Tribute Pizza 

    Monday – Saturday 1pm-8pm + Sunday 1pm-7pm | Takeout and delivery 619-450-4504 

    The Smoking Goat 

    Curbside Pickup & Delivery | Online Ordering click here 
     

    SOI 30th North Park Thai Eatery 

    Regular Hours | Takeout and delivery apps (Postsmates, GrubHub, Uber Eats, and Doordash) | 619-892-7300 

    Street Side Thai 

    11am – 9pm | Take out and delivery | 619-228-9208 
     

    Streetcar Merchants 

    11:30am – 9pm | Curbside pickup, Grubhub, Postmates, UberEATS, DoorDash, & Seamless | 629-546-9010 
     

    Subterranean Coffee 

    7am-4pm | Takeout and delivery | Call or text or Text 619-259-9596. Serving all of San Diego , Chula Vista and North county| Grubhub, self delivery, and curbside service 

    Saguaro’s Mexican Restaurant 

    Open for drive-thru and take-out orders; also offering delivery through Uber Eats & DoorDash: 6am- 12am. | 619-291-7746 

    Second Chance Beer Co. 

    To-go and delivery | 619-487-1470 
     

    Shank & Bone 

    Daily 12-8pm | Take-out only | 619-458-9085 
     

    Siamo Napoli 

    Monday-Sunday 4pm-9:30pm | 619-310-6981 

    Sicillian Thing Pizza 

    Open for take-out and delivery | 619-282-3000 

    SipZ 

    Open for take-out everyday 4-9pm | 619-795-2889 

    Panchitas Kitched and Bakery 

    OPEN for Take-Out from front door or Drive-thru, call in orders welcome | Monday – Saturday 7am – 9pm, Sunday 8am – 3pm | 619-255-5498 

    Parabola Coffee Roasting Co. 

    To-go beverages only | Free delivery on coffee beans to our San Diego neighbors| 760-587-9086 
     

    Pete’s Seafood and Sandwich 

    11am-8pm | Takeout, delivery, and curbside pickup 619-255-8940 

    Poki One N Half 

    Monday-Sunday 11am – 9pm | Online ordering; carry-out, pick-up, delivery; DoorDash, ChowNow | (619) 497-0697 

    Rancho’s Cocina 

    Mon- Fri: 12pm- 9pm; Sat & Sun 10am- 9pm | (619) 574-1288 

    Rip Current Brewing Co. 

    Open for To-Go sales | 619-793-4777 

    Modern Times Beer Co 

    12pm-6pm | Beer to-go and beer shipments 

    Mr. Moto Pizza House 

    Carry-out and delivery only | (619) 642-0788 
     

    North Park Beer Co. 

    12:30pm-7:30pm | Pickup, delivery, and shipping on cans, crowlers, and growlers (619) 255-2946 

    North Park Diner 

    7AM-9PM | Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner all day | Get it to-go Breakfast (619) 294-3804 

    North Side Shack 

    8am – 5pm | Phone in and pay for you order only | Delivery Options Coming Soon | 619-539-7712 

    Original 40 Brewing 

    1pm – 6:30pm | Food & Beer for pickup only | 619-255-7380 

    Holsem Coffee 

    Open for Takeaway, Curbside Pickup and local delivery. Click here to order online 

    Holy Matcha 

    9AM to 5PM | Carry-out orders, Postmates, Uber Eats 
     

    Lefty’s Chicago Pizzaria 

    12pm-8pm | Takeout and Delivery | (619) 295-1720 
     

    Louisiana Purchase 

    Tuesday – Sunday 12pm-8pm | DoorDash and Carry Out | 619-255-8278 
     

    Lucha Libre Gourmet Taco Shop 

    11am – 9pm | Carry-out, Uber Eats, Doordash, GrubHub, and Postmates | 619-487-1520 
     

    Mike Hess Brewing 

    Everyday 12-8 PM | Cans, growlers, kegs, and merch available for takeout (please call 10 minutes ahead) | 619-255-7136 

     

    El Comal Antojitos Bar & Grill 

    Open regular business hours | Takeout Only | 619-294-8292 

    Fat Boy’s Deli & Spirits 

    Takeout and Delivery on DoorDash, Grubhub, Uber Eats, & Postmates | 619-683-3902 

    Figaro Desserts 

    Takeout and Delivery on UberEats, Postmates, & Grubhub 619-241-2976 

    Florence Ristorante Pizza 

    *10% off online orders 619-325-7499 

    The Friendly 

    Open for take-out only at the University location 619-892-7840 

    Golden Donut 

    5am – 8pm | Takeout only 

    Communal Coffee 

    Open 8AM to 3PM | To Go Drinks 

    Craft House 

    Our new hours will be: Tues – Thursday 2pm -8pm; Friday – Saturday 12pm -8pm; Sunday 12pm – 6pm (until further notice) *30% off all phone & take-out orders | (619) 255-1151 

    Cori Pastificio Trattoria 

    Open 4pm- 8:30pm; delivery available on Grubhub 

    Dark Horse Coffee 

    Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8am-12pm | Whole bean coffee pick-ups | 619-344-6962 
     

    Deja Brew Lounge 

    7:30am – 3pm | Takeout Only | #619-230-5224 
     

    Dunedin 

    11am-8pm | Pickup & Delivery | (619) 255-8566 

    Breakfast Republic 

    Open daily 7am – 3pm | Walk-in & Call-in orders | 619-642-0299 
     

    Caffe Calabria 

    7am-8pm | Coffee + Pizza for takeout (pizza starts at 11am) |619-683-7787 
     

    California Taproom 

    2pm-8pm |Take Out Only | Purchase of 2+ pretzels – 10% off | 619-230-5353 
     

    City Tacos 

    Free community inspired meal for all City Tacos staff and their families as well as extend the meal to all City Tacos fans on March 24th from 12p – 8 pm with donation-based pick-up orders from the North Park location 

    Classic Rock Sandwich Shoppe 

    Tuesday-Sunday 11:30am-5pm | Pickup, Uber Eats, DoorDash, GrubHub | 619-692-1969 
     

    Crazee Burger 

    To-go orders 619-282-6044 | Postmates or take-in app for ordering 

    Atypical Waffle 

    Tuesday-Sunday 8am – 1pm | Online ordering; carry-out; Postmates | 619-806-0345 
     

    Bar Pink 

    Friday & Saturday 7pm-9pm | Cans & bottles to-go | 619-564-7194 

    The Barbecue Pit 

    Open for take out. | (619) 298-2400 

    Belgian Beer & Waffle 

    8am – 8pm for pick-up orders | 619-310-5716 

    Bivouac Cider 

    4pm-7pm | Food & Cider to-go 619-725-0844 
     

    Bottlecraft North Park 

    12pm – 9pm | Call-in orders, curbside service, and Postmates orders. 619-501-1177 

    619 Spirits 

    619.269.2757 |To-go bottles (limit 3) | Take out & Delivery at www.619spirits.com 
    we’re offering 20% off all take-out orders until the dine-in ban is lifted. And to help you enjoy great cocktails once you get back home, we’re selling our award winning bottles of 619 Vodka (all flavors) for just $19 each (normally $30. Limit 3 per person per day.) 

    Aburi Sushi 

    Happy hour to-go: everyday, 4pm- 7pm | 619-892-7210 

    Old Town 

    Tahona in Old Town has shifted to offer a takeout and delivery menu of food and drink items daily from 12 to 8 p.m.

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