When a golfer seeks inspiration, she looks toward the skies over Scotland, just as a baker gets a second wind from his brochure of the Choco Mountain Range. Today's Groupon inspires with a saucy salute to Memphis: $20 worth of sweet meats and succulent, finger-licking barbecue for $10 at Lil' Piggy's Bar-B-Q in Coronado. Follow the sweet-smelling dreams that haunt long nights in your rib-shack.
Night & Day Cafe offers some of the most affordable dinner theatre around. Grab a seat at the counter, and you can watch its short order cooks flip pancakes, fry eggs, and grill cheeseburgers to perfection. In recent years, the 24-hour diner has added Mexican food, including jumbo shrimp burritos.
Helmed by sisters Rosalina, Monica, Lorena, and Giovanna Ascolani, Coronado Cupcakery brings a welcome dash of the familial to the cozy confines of Coronado. Following in their cupcake-loving mother’s footsteps, the siblings craft creatively flavored desserts each day in the form of red velvet, coconut cake, and lunch-friendly peanut butter and jelly cupcakes—a cousin of the chocolate cake sandwich. In addition to their daily flavors available in store, they custom-design birthday cupcakes, cater weddings, and bake muffins, cookies, and regular-sized cakes.
For $30, today’s Groupon defies the limits of our appetite’s expectations, with $65 worth of creative Mexican fare and drinks from Candelas, a Zagat-rated eatery. Get a taste of Mexico City from either of Candelas’ two beautiful locations in San Diego or Coronado. The dishes will provide flavorful revelations causing you to reconsider your stance on which one of the NBA's 50 Greatest Players you would want to befriend.The Dark Ages lasted until 1879, when Edison invented the incandescent light bulb in order to continue his experiments into life regeneration after the sun went down. Edison's light bulb was widely adopted, allowing people to have longer days, which dramatically reduced the need to live forever. Today, candles are mostly associated with romantic dinners and Edison remains a living testament to the hubris of man's desire to conquer nature.
Sure it’s a brewery, and it may get a little foamy on Fridays. But Tuesdays belong to the kids. Balloon artists wrangle shapes from their inflated canvases while kids eat for free, and parents sip signature and seasonal brews such as the Mermaid’s Red American Amber Ale.