Weekend Preview: San Diego Film Festival, The Pearl, East Village Tavern and Bowling Alley, Currant American Brasserie
A new boutique hotel and restaurant called The Pearl opens in Point Loma while a bowling alley and tavern springs up in the East Village. And the San Diego Film Festival lures filmmakers and celebriti
Tom Fudge: The San Diego film festival and the Adams Avenue Street Fair are featured among this weekend's San Diego events. Erin Chambers joins me to talk about those and to draw our attention to some remarkable new night spots, which include a new bowling alley Downtown.
The <a target="_blank" href="http://www.sdff.org"> San Diego Film Festival </a> starts tonight, Sept. 27, through Sun. Sept. 30. Screenings take place at the Pacific Gaslamp Theaters in Downtown San Diego. <br>
The Pearl is located on Rosecrans Street in Point Loma. <br>
<a target="_blank" href="http://www.currantrestaurant.com"> Currant American Brasserie </a> is located in the <a target="_blank" href="http://www.thesofiahotel.com/dining.html"> Sofia Hotel </a> in Downtown San Diego. <br>
The East Village Tavern and Bowling Alley is located on Fifth Avenue and E Street in Downtown San Diego. <br>
<a target="_blank" href="http://www.adamsaveonline.com/streetfair/"> Adams Avenue Street Fair </a> takes place on Sat. Sept. 29 and Sun. Sept. 30 on Adams Avenue in Normal Heights. <br>
- Erin Chambers, editor of San Diego Citysearch .