Top 5: Kensington

1.)  Kensington Grill

If you prefer sustainability and seasonality mixed with affordability and deliciousness, then the Kensington Grill might be your new favorite restaurant.  They’ve been satisfying people’s appetites for over 15 years, and they’re run by the same ownership as Cucina Urbana.  Basically, they have a proven formula that will keep them eternally relevant with the conscientious foodies of San Diego.

2.)  Clem’s Bottle House

Next time you’re in Kensington, stop by Clem’s Bottle House.  Don’t judge this book by its cover: they have a great deli, an extensive collection of wines, and have just about every type of candy or bag of chips you’d want.  The first time I walked into this family-owned establishment I was thoroughly impressed. You get a real sense of pride of ownership.

3.)  Bleu Boheme

Great ambiance and attentive where can i buy lasix without a prescription staff await you at this quaint French restaurant.  Sit at one of the outside tables, order some small plates, enjoy your wine, and watch Kensington pass by.  A great venue when you want to unwind after a long week.

4.)  Landmark Ken Cinema

For those evenings when the act of watching an independent/foreign film is just as important as the venue in which you watch it, head to the Ken Cinema.  This neighborhood gem has been in business since 1946 and is San Diego’s last single-screen theatre.

5.)  The Kensington sign

It’s baaack!  During the sign’s two year absence, Kensington just didn’t quite feel like its old self.  Maybe it took this hiatus for the locals to truly appreciate the sign’s significance and what it means to the community.  Order has now been restored and Kensington pride abounds!

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