San Diego, CA
Kensington Video attracts a variety of customers from Teachers to hipsters, gay, straight, and everything in between.
And their selection is just as diverse! The best selection of foreign, independent and documentary films in San Diego.
Comedy, Drama and every genre or topic you could think of, and some you could have never imagined in your wildest dreams.
If you missed it at the Landmark or Ken, you can probably find it here. Well, you might have to wait a month or two.
PROS: Cult Classics, Foriegn and Independent films along with the usual
The Lemon and Garlic alone may make you salivate, but this charming market and cafe
offers homemade dishes like roasted lamb with potatoes, Lemon Chicken, Spanakopita and more.
The ladies that run the place have big hearts, great service and give generous portions.
The market offers fresh feta, fire feta, Hummas and Olives by the pound. Try the Baklava!
It's a great stop for a sandwich, or salad too.
You won't be disapointed.
PROS: Reasonable, Casual, Delightful
CONS: None really, maybe I wish they were open for dinner.
Bronx Pizza is the kind of hole in the wall restaurant, that's hard
to find in San Diego. Reasonably priced, gourmet thin crust pizza just like
you can find in the "Big Apple", only with a California Twist. Try the Artichoke Pizza,dabbed
with delicious sauce that's sweet and delectible, or Pizza without Sauce, or Pepperoni and the worx.
Parking is scarce, but service is the best, they'll even help you out with your box as you
take it to the car. Cash only, and by the slice or pie. Bronx is an awesome addition to the
Hillcrest/Mission Hills communities.
PROS: Thin Crust, Tasty and Cheap!
CONS: Cash Only, Limited Parking