The Omni San Diego, which is attached to Petco Park by skybridge, has unleashed a lovingly patriotic package for this season—a room for two, a pair of Padres tickets... and two slices of apple pie. They're throwing in breakfast and gratis valet too, though "American as free valet" isn't all that catchy.
Things to do for April 29, 2010
Sex Comedy, $4.29 Wine and Poolside Fried Chicken
The weekend is away from the office.
A Birthday Blowout at Pourtal
Hard to believe, but your favorite little electronic wine bar by the beach turns one year old today. In honor of this momentous date (April 29), they're pouring $4.29 wine specials with plates of $4.29 barbecue. They grow up so fast.
Midnight Happy Hour at Caché
Come midnight at week's end, you can now drop by the Caché courtyard for a $7 Garden Lemonade (with thyme-infused vodka) and some mason jars filled with olives ($3), duck confit ($7) or foie gras parfait ($8). Finally, a happy hour when you're most happy...
Worst Laid Plans at Fred Segal
There will be a big bed in Fred Segal this weekend, and a bunch of women like Mary Lynn Rajskub (actress, 24) and Adria Blotta (co-owner of Barbrix) will hop in together to... read comedic essays about some terrible sex they've had. All while the audience gets bombed on sake. Just another literary Saturday...
Family-Style Supper at Whist
For the next eight Sunday nights, the sprawling poolside enclave Whist is going family-style, with three shareable courses for $27 per person. The inaugural supper includes a butter lettuce salad, Buttermilk Fried Chicken with Bacon-Cheddar Biscuits and pecan pie. Luckily, you just started the buttermilk-bacon-pie diet.