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Why Should I Eat Locally Sourced Food?

Carrots being harvested

“Locally-sourced food” may sound like a buzz-phrase, but there are many reasons why it should be in the forefront of your thoughts when it comes to dining out or purchasing food. What is locally sourced food? Locally sourced food is grown (or raised) close to where consume

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The Essential Vegetarian’s Guide to Eating at Sammy’s

Vegetables

Going vegetarian has its perks: sparing animals, reducing famine, and saving money to name a few. Unfortunately, finding a restaurant that has an abundance of tasty vegetarian options is not one of them. Many restaurants have vegetarian and vegan-friendly options on their me

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5 Reasons Why Sammy’s is the Best Happy Hour in San Diego

Nachos and dip

Not all happy hours are created equal. It’s certainly not hard to find a solid happy hour in San Diego, but it’s also not hard to find one that can you leave you feeling uninspired. Happy hour is as much an art form as it is a promotion. It’s not just about cheap drinks and

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Sami Ladeki Expands on Global Cuisine With His New Sammy’s

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There’s a scene in Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby—classic cinema to be sure—in which Frenchman Jean Girard asks patriotic intellectuals Ricky Bobby and Cal Naughton, Jr. what the United States has given the world, “apart from George Bush, Cheerios and the Thighm

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The Careful Restaurateur: Sami Ladeki

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“I served items that didn’t require anyone with a lot of culinary knowledge,” Ladeki confesses. “The menu was made up of all really simple dishes, things that were easy to make.”

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Tasty Tidbits: New Restaurants in the San Fernando Valley and More

My Daily Find

yDailyFind.com – May 8, 2012 – By Karen Young – Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza & Grill is opening tomorrow, May 10, in Studio City at Laurel Canyon and Ventura Blvd in the old Louise’s location on the second floor of the corner strip mall that also houses the Daily Grill , Loteria

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Dining Out – Gluten Free

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Pacific San Diego Magazine | May 2012 – A friend who suffers from Celiac disease, or gluten intolerance described an attack as “feeling like I ate ground glass.” Not nice.

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Five Gluten-Free Restaurants

UT San Diego

UTSanDiego.com – March 6th, 2012 – By Michelle Dederko – Some choose a gluten-free lifestyle based on a personal preference, while others require it for health concerns. If you’re not familiar with this nemesis of many sufferers, gluten is the name for the storage protein f

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What a Mess! Pacific San Diego Magazine

Pacific Magazine

Slices may be the name of the game at Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza, but their aptly-named Messy Sundae is legendary. Served in a 22-ounce glass, the confection is a decadent eruption of caramel and chocolate syrups. The sticky-sweet, walnut-studded behemoth’s been on the menu sin

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Voted San Diego’s Best Pizza

Ranch Coast

With a gazillion places to eat pizza around town, readers recognize that consistency and flavor are at the very core of Sammy’s. Choose from a large selection that’s always tasty, always fresh.

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