Holy Guacamole! – National Guacamole Day

By November 10, 2017 No Comments

Get ready to guac and roll, because November 14th marks National Guacamole Day! Being in the heart of avocado country, San Diego is the ideal spot to be celebrating this delicious green fruit and the tasty guacamole it creates. There’s no better place to be to sample a wide selection of guacamole dishes, so follow your appetite to these San Diego favorites that will guac your world! Located in the heart of San Diego’s Gaslamp district is barleymash, a fun and high-energy downtown restaurant and bar that reminds patrons that life is meant to be sipped and savored, and good times should always be shared. For a hearty, guac-loaded plate, try the San Diego Iron Fries, a mountain of French fries topped with red chili-braised short ribs, pepper jack beer-cheese sauce, sour cream, salsa fresca, and spicy guacamole that brings the heat.  Bienvenido à Jalisco Cantina, the newest addition to Oceanside’s eclectic food scene! You can’t go wrong with a starter of Chips, Salsa & Guacamole, with crisp and salty house made chips, flavorful salsa verde and spicy red chile salsa, and a bright green bowl of guacamole, complete with three avocados in each bowl, tart lime juice, and fresh chunks of pico de gallo!  Just seconds from the sand, hip and laid-back Sandbar Sports Bar & Grill is serving up savory snacks and ice-cold drinks by the beach. Grab your crew and attack a heaping plate of Mission Nachos, topped with mixed cheese, beans, salsa fresca, chorizo-cheese dip, sour cream, jalapeno slices, and fresh guacamole.  Stick to the classics with Del Sur Mexican Cantina, South Park’s ode to quality Mexican food and colorful culture. Get your guac fix and start your mouthwatering meal with an order of Del Sur’s Guacamole, a large bowl filled with fresh chunks of avocado and tomatoes, cilantro, house pico de gallo, and a squeeze of lime!  Searching for authentic Mexican cuisine packed with personality and flavor? Look no further than The Taco Stand, La Jolla’s own family-owned taqueria inspired by the taco stands of Tijuana. If you’re in the mood for a mountain of Mexican food, try the Mar Y Tierra Fries, loaded with grilled shrimp, flame grilled angus steak, fries, sour cream, gooey cheese, and a generous dollop of guacamole to top it off. Holy guacamole, there’s a lot of guac to eat. If you’ve got the appetite to match your passion for guacamole, check out this dream-worthy lineup of the best guacamole plates that San Diego has to offer in honor of National Guacamole Day! 

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