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Jerry Swain created Jer’s Chocolates, an all-natural-candy company that mixes premium peanut butter and cocoa into its toffee, chocolate squares, and chocolate-covered peanut-butter balls. He and his fellow candy makers put valencia peanuts, many of which come from U.S. farms, into candies, which are devoid of preservatives and hydrogenated oils. All their white, milk, and dark chocolates are certified by the World Cocoa Foundation, which encourages responsible cocoa farming and fudge-sauce wrestling matches. Snackers can enjoy their peanut brittle bites, gourmet peanut-butter bars with pretzels, caramel, or toffee, signature chocolate balls, and other sumptuous sweets.
437 Highway 101
Solana Beach,
CA
US
Though dessert has a reputation for ruining diets, Seaside Yogurt’s kind of frozen treats boasts a slew of health benefits. Each frosty swirl packs a calcium- and protein-loaded punch that works to fortify the immune system, lower cholesterol, and improve digestion. At the self-serve stations, customers can pump their own yogurt and crown it with toppings from a buffet-style topping bar. Flavors rotate regularly, though classics such as cookies 'n' cream, Euro tart, peanut butter, and The Grapes of Wrath are always available. Once yogurt is pumped and topped to a guest’s specifications, a Seaside Yogurt staff member rings up the masterpiece by weight.
1231 Camino Del Mar
Del Mar,
CA
US
Home-style Italian dishes draw visitors to Vittorio?s Trattoria, formerly known as Villa Capri 2, where chefs make the restaurant?s cheese ravioli and gnocchi by hand each day. Diners can pair these selections with one of more than 20 wines, which are available by the glass, the bottle, or the cupped hand of your dining companion. The smell of Italian delicacies permeates through a dining room that resembles a Tuscan villa, with faux wrought-iron balconies, terra-cotta-colored walls, and stone archways, and additional color pops up on "Chianti & Color" painting nights.
3870 Valley Centre Dr
San Diego,
CA
US
No matter where you sit at Parioli Italian Bistro, you?ll be treated to excellent Italian food and romantic lighting. From the cozy outdoor patio lit with hanging strings of lights, guests order rack of lamb or housemade lobster ravioli. Inside the dining room, a fire crackles and candles flicker on tables dressed in white cloths. When not savoring a plate of steamed mussels or gnocchi, guests can learn the secrets behind the tantalizing dishes during cooking classes, which treat students to a multi-course meal with wine, just like Home Ec class in school.
647 S Highway 101
Solana Beach,
CA
US
Solana Beach Coffee Company earned a place in the 2008 Top Five best San Diego coffee shops thanks to a five-star average from CityVoters. Yelpers give the coffee a 3.5 star average.
437 S Highway 101
Solana Beach,
CA
US
Americana Restaurant is a casual café by day and an upscale dining spot by night, treating taste buds to eclectic American cuisine all day long. The breakfast menu is a mouthwatering melting pot, featuring succulent selections such as Bernadino's huevos rancheros ($9.99) and homemade belgian waffles ($8.25), while lunch offers eaters freshly grilled sandwiches and crispy salads. At night, white tablecloths and candles transform Americana for the refined dinner crowd who chow on grilled-duck-breast entree salads ($15.50) and pesto-grilled halibut ($22.95). Visit Americana to enjoy a casual lunch seated outside on the sidewalk with al fresco friends, or stare into the eyes of a potential stunt double over a sophisticated dinner.
1454 Camino Del Mar
Del Mar,
CA
US
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