Thursday, November 28, 2019

Toast of the Gaslamp Giveaway!



It’s never too soon to start planning for the holiday season! Between shopping for gifts for everyone on your list, seeing friends and family and taking full advantage of snuggly sweater-weather, you deserve some celebrations in between! Toast to the holidays and reclaim all that is merry and bright – with plenty of festive cocktails, notable nibbles, and shopping discounts for all (21+)! The Toast of Gaslamp returns on Saturday, December 14th and is pleased to bring you a seasonal self-guided walking tour that will have you tasting, toasting, and shopping with 20 sips, 20 bites, and 20 shopping deals that will leave you rosy and ready to carol from 1pm to 5pm.


Don your festive attire as you mingle with friends, family, and fellow San Diegans to Toast your way through the historic Gaslamp Quarter. The Toast of Gaslamp has become a beloved holiday tradition unto itself for many locals and is the perfect way to spend an afternoon festively feasting your way through two dozen of the most notable Gaslamp Quarter restaurants! Purchase your tickets early for only $25 in advance or $30 the day of the event. For more information visit Gaslamp.org.



Now for the giveaway! I have two tickets to give away for the festivities! Comment here with your favorite holiday tradition! 
November 28, 2019 / by / 8 Comments

8 comments:

CHRISTINAMARIE SELLERS said...

We have so many Holiday traditions... driving around town to see Christmas lights, making Christmas fudge, cookies,nut breads and rocky road candy, San Diego Bay Parade of lights, visiting Hotel Del Coronado, Noel Noel at the San Diego Symphony... but I think my favorite is watching the NUTCRACKER each year at the Civic.

Lynn @ Oh-So Yummy said...

It was always decorating the Christmas tree with family when growing up. Now we play black cheetah with the cousins

EDWARD SELLERS said...

Used to be Balboa Park "Christmas on the Prado" now it's walking through neighborhoods to see the decorations and Christmas lights.

David Cheung said...

Santa-con is my new holiday tradition

Dennis T said...

We smoke a 20 lb. turkey during this time of year. Yum!

Unknown said...

As a kid, my favorite tradition was decorating the tree. Now it's eating all the tasty foods!

Tony Le said...

My favorite tradition is to eat ALL of the food, feel guilty for a bit, then eat ALL of the leftovers. Multiple times per holiday with all the family and friends!

San Diego Dining Dish said...

Tony Le, you are the winner! Please message me at gwenwalls at gmail dot com to get your tickets!

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