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D6 Night Market (Mira Mesa)

D6 Night Market (Mira Mesa)

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I got a chance to go to the D6 Night Market in Mira Mesa a few weekends ago held at Mira Mesa Community Park. If there is one thing I learned about these events it’s come early if you don’t like to wait in long lines and potentially miss out on some things that may sell out. This particular night market is named after San Diego’s City Council District 6, which includes Clairemont, Kearny Mesa, MCAS Miramar, Mira Mesa, Rancho Peñasquitos-Park Village, and Sorrento Valley.

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I went with some friends and we arrived around 4:45 pm.…

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San Diego Night Market

San Diego Night Market

Last Saturday we got a chance to attend the second annual San Diego Night Market off of Convoy and Engineer Road. About a year ago they held their first event in the Zion Market parking lot next to MIT Express off of Clairemont Mesa Blvd. It was a very tight space, with little parking so we were interested to see how this years event would pan out given the new location.

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We were able to park really close by because we came when the market opened at 4:00pm. Last year we made the mistake of coming right in the middle around 6:30pm and it took us a good twenty minutes to find parking.…

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Tea Station (Rolando)

Tea Station (Rolando)

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Tea Station has arrived in East County!  Many of you may be familiar with Tea Station in Kearny Mesa or Mira Mesa, but they just opened a new location near SDSU off El Cajon Blvd. about a month ago.  Anh and I got a chance to try them out a few weeks ago to see how they compared to their brother and sister.  It is tucked away on the side of the Big 5 off of El Cajon and College.  The restaurant itself is hard to see but they do have a big sign near the intersection that was easy to spot.…

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“Hot Pot” at E&Drink (Kearny Mesa)

“Hot Pot” at E&Drink (Kearny Mesa)



So I went out with Lemon and another friend for a late night dinner. We have heard from people that there was this new Taiwanese restaurant opening in 99 Ranch market, opposite to Sam Woo Barbecue, at the corner where it was previously an Asian video store for a while.  It finally opened about 2 weeks ago, and we have heard various comments on this restaurant.  So of course so we wanted to try their food.


There was a shelf of DVDs for sale, and we wondered if the restaurant owner has any relation to the previous video store owner.…

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