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4 Loved Places


  • Urban Mo's Hillcrest, San Diego
  • Palomar Downtown, San Diego
  • The Old Globe Balboa Park, San Diego
  • San Diego Zoo Balboa Park, San Diego
  • MiklBear
    MiklBear reviewed The Old Globe Over a year ago
    Loves it

    From Balboa Park to Broadway
    With a long history of bringing some of the best works from Balboa Park to Broadway, you can be assured that the Old Globe will have something to bring you to a standing ovation. From Sondheim ("Into the Woods") to Neil Simon ("Rumors") to a host of other plays that have gone on to the Great White Way, the Old Globe, with Tony-winning artistic director Jack O'Brien at the helm, brings diversity to audiences. And what's a summer without the Shakespeare Festival? The Old Globe gets it's name from the Bard's theatre, and the offerings are some of the best Shakespearean productions in the world.

  • MiklBear
    MiklBear reviewed San Diego Zoo Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Get in touch with the wild side!
    Considered to be among the top 5 zoos in the world, the San Diego Zoo was one of the first to bring the zoo to the world, with their famous animal ambassador, Joan Embry, who would appear on Johnny Carson and other talk shows, showing some of the most remarkable animals rarely seen. The San Diego Zoo has never rested on its laurels and is constantly on the cutting-edge of zoology, from breeding programs, to educational opportunities, as well as updating animal exhibits. Plan on spending the day. Bring good, comfortable walking shoes, sun block, a back-back and a spirit of adventure. This is a must side for anyone to get in touch with the wild side of life!

  • MiklBear
    MiklBear reviewed Urban Mo's Over a year ago
    Hates it

    Good food, spotty service, loud environment
    Our trip to Urban Mo's was a mixed bag of great food selections, distracted servers and an environment too loud to do anything but eat-to-the-beat. I'm a salad guy, my partner is an omnivore, so we found good selections, with healthy portions. But it felt like the long-standing premium for supporting gay businesses - a little more than you'd pay for a lot less in the service. We pay a price for being gay, we shouldn't pay extra and expect less for supporting gay businesses.

  • MiklBear
    MiklBear reviewed Palomar Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Se magnifique
    From the weekend pool parties in this lux Gaslight District hotel, to the mostly gay concierge staff who met needs as varying as the best breakfast place to calling a local tux shop to stay open so we could get the right cumberband/bow ties for our cruise, our stay at Se was C'est magnifique. You'll be ushered into the hotel via a rough-hewn wooden & metal door the size of a large movie screen, perfectly hinged to allow for entry ease. The interior of the lobby is unlike any lobby you'll encounter, with an eclectic mix of materials and textures that invite you to leave your cares behind... a beautiful blend of old world charm with new world elan. The rooms are appointed with comfort and taste in mind, providing ample space to entertain friends either newly-met at the pool, or locals stopping over to dine either at one of the nearby culinary treats, or Se Hotel's own Suite & Tender, a twist on the American Bistro featuring bold flavor profiles and very reasonable pricing. Check out Se on your next trip to San Diego or, if a local, treat yourself to a weekend of luxury and relaxation in this gay-friendly boutique hotel.