From Eye-Catching Entertainment to Globally Inspired Cuisine, Here's What We're Eyeing in San Diego This March

By Kerry Snider | February 24, 2020 | Lifestyle

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HEAL Get your prescriptions filled and dip your toes into holistic and integrative remedies at Little Italy’s new Remedy, a chic take on the world of medicine from Dr. April Segal that fits right in with the neighborhood’s throng of trendsetting boutiques.

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EAT Roughly translating to “Mother Earth,” Pachamama is offering Normal Heights residents 100% organic, plant-based South American fare thanks to chef Ernesto Moreno, a member of the culinary team behind Love Serve Remember’s Café Gratitude. S.D.-based My Studio ID has dressed up the interiors, and a portion of all sales will be donated to animal welfare services. Eat good, feel good.

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MOVE See what all the buzz is about at Del Mar’s ever-expanding One Paseo at VibeFlow Yoga, where your yoga class takes place on a vibrating plate. By combining the experience with noise-canceling headphones, founder Billy Borja has created a multisensory workout that allows you to concentrate on all those good vibrations—and break a sweat.

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SEE The City Ballet of San Diego presents George Balanchine’s most iconic pieces in Balanchine and More at Spreckels Theatre. John Nettles will conduct as dancers pirouette their way through Walpurgisnacht Ballet and more. March 6-8, tickets $32-$92, cityballet.org



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Photography by: Matthew Segal, James Tran Photography, Travis Bateman Photography, Chelsea Penyak