San Diego is known for being a bit of a “foodie” city.
Within walking distance of my former house, I could hit any number of places fulfilling an international smorgasbord. All you had to do was ask yourself the question, “What do I feel like?”
That also means that San Diegans eat out a lot. It’s just part of the culture. Why buy a big lot of groceries when you could get a great meal for around $7? That's with the added bonus of not having to cook!
Plus there’s such a large, ever-growing selection that we seemed to be eager to try as much as we could.
Cranberry’s quite a bit smaller than the area I was living in, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t options.
In fact, I already had been to Saga on Route 19 several times before I moved here, and I’ve never been disappointed by a meal there. One of the local coffee shops that’s quickly become my regular hangout spot is superior to many of the coffee shops I used to frequent back home.
I’m curious though, since there are some great places in the area, do the people of Cranberry eat out often? What's the food culture here?
I’ve also been hearing about so many amazing eateries in the city. Is it common to drive into the city for a meal? I’d love to hear about everyone’s favorite spots in town.