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Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot: Engage in Communal Cuisine Not Far from Eaves Rancho Penasquitos


In folklore, it is the little sheep that you want to watch. In San Diego restaurant dining, it is no different. Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot, located not far from Eaves Rancho Penasquitos, is part of a chain of restaurants offering traditional, healthy cuisine in a delightfully social environment. Despite its status as a chain, locals say the food is as authentic as it comes. Perhaps that is because the very first restaurant in the chain began in Inner Mongolia. It still remains and is a popular stop all over East Asia. Going back for centuries, the tradition of hot pot dining can now be experienced here in California. Of course, time has refined some of its techniques, but the legacy remains in a wonderfully fun and delicious way of dining. Enjoy fresh broth is made from scratch… Read more…

Blow off Steam at Kearny Moto Park, Not Far From Eaves Rancho Penasquitos


Kearny Moto Park, not far from Eaves Rancho Penasquitos, is all about BMX biking. Sign up for a BMX clinic that can help you improve your skills and learn some new tricks. Or, host a party and rent the track for a couple of hours. Bring your own food and supplies and have a blast riding with your friends. Kearny Moto Park has races for all skill levels so you can see where you measure up against other racers. If you want to try out Kearny Moto Park but aren't sure if you want to commit to a membership, you can sign up for a trial membership at a low cost. The staff of the park are outgoing and supportive, as well as knowledgeable, so you're sure to improve as well as have fun. Kearny Moto Park 3170… Read more…

AleSmith Brewing Company: Sample an Award-Winning Brew, Not Far From Eaves Rancho Penasquitos


Just because the brewers at AleSmith Brewing Company have crafted multiple award-winning beers doesn't mean they put on airs. To the contrary, their tasting room sells the brews for a mere $1 or $2 per sample. It's a cost-efficient way to try the Horny Devil Belgian beer, which medaled at the World Beer Championships (it was awarded a silver) or the Speedway Stout, recipient of the platinum at the world championship and silver at the California State Fair. The brewery near Eaves Rancho Penasquitos has had nearly 20 years to perfect its craft, since brewers have been hard at work there since 1995. That's why locals consider the somewhat small tasting room worth a visit, if not to sample one of the 15 beers on tap then at least to grab a growler to take home. Although the… Read more…

Eaves Rancho Penasquitos Isn’t Far From the California Comfort Food of Empire House


The first Empire House was a boarding house, bar, and restaurant located in upstate New York, catering to both travelers and local residents. Today, Larry Malone, the great, great grandson of the original Empire House's proprietor, owns and operates a bar and restaurant of the same name, located not too far from Eaves Rancho Penasquitos. Malone and co-owner Susie Baggs have drawn inspiration from the original place, but the food is solidly California comfort food. Situated in a converted house, this eatery doesn't have a lot of seating, so regulars recommend making reservations or popping in early, before it gets crowded. Empire House is known for its street tacos, particularly the flavorful ahi tacos, and its nacho tater tots, which come loaded with cotija cheese. The sausage bread, another must-try item, is exactly what it sounds like –… Read more…

South Bay Drive-In: Modern-Day Movies, Old-School Surroundings near Eaves Rancho Penasquitos


Back when South Bay Drive-In opened in 1958, drive-in theaters were a dime a dozen. Now more than half a century later, most of them have disappeared—but not South Bay in San Diego. This drive-in has stood the test of time thanks to its affordability and its modern touches. If you'd like to visit, it's just a short drive away from Eaves Rancho Penasquitos. Just $1 per child and $7 per adult grants you a parking spot in front of one of three movie screens. Each screen shows not one, but two films per admission. And despite the fun, old-timey vibe of the drive-in, the movies themselves are current Hollywood blockbusters. Make sure you bring cash with you, as the ticket booth is cash-only. If you have some money left over, hit up the concession stand for a… Read more…