A Taste of Comics #9 – San Diego 2010

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July 20, 2010 – Just in time for the San Diego Comic-Con, C.B. Cebulski returns to join Filip Sablik, Russ Cundiff and Ron Richards to discuss some of the latest meals they've had, what comics they've been reading and most importantly, what they'll be eating at the San Diego Comic-Con and crucial con survival tips.

Recent Meals
Filip – Big Ben's Chili Bowl & Saloon (Washington, DC) Featuring an amazing Belgian Beer
Russ –The Stonehouse (Santa Barbara)
C.B. – Xi'an Famous Foods (New York City) Read C.B.s full review
Ron – Quality Meats (New York City)

Filip – Locke & Key (IDW)
Russ – Invinicible Iron Man (Marvel Comics)
C.B. – Scarlet (Icon/Marvel) and Hellboy (Dark Horse)
Ron – Blacksad (Dark Horse)

Discussion of San Diego


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  1. I hate to be that nerd but as a DC native I feel obliged to point out it’s just Ben’s Chili Bowl.

  2. you guys said you wanted some restaurant recommendations for San Diego.  Here are a few that are relatively close, but are off the beaten path:

    Rei di Gado – if you’re a carnivour, go here.  this is a brazillian place where they keep on bringing you slices of meat until you explode.  It’s near Horton Plaza…kind of pricey though but worth it.

    Point Loma Seafoods – freshest seafood.  the best fish sandwich I’ve had.  It’s just north of the airport.  Great for lunch.

    Las Cuatro Milpas – I keep recommending this place.  Grubbing traditional mexican food…cheap and not a fancy place. Just a couple of miles south of the Convention Center in Barrio Logan, near Chicano Park.  You can take the trolley there, but don’t go there at night since it’s not the safest part of SD.

  3. *correction: Point Loma Seafoods has the best fish tacos I’ve ever had.