Juniper and Ivy, located on the outskirts of San Diego's Little Italy, offers "Refined American Food with Left Coast Edge" Courtesy of Acclaimed Chef Richard Blais.

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Monday, April 2, 2018

San Diego Magazine: Where to Find a Cocktail Made with Butterfly Pea Flowers


“At Juniper & Ivy bar manager Joe Fisketti uses the The Butterfly Pea Tea in The Velvet Unicorn. Made with gin and velvet falernum (a syrup used in tiki cocktails), it also includes Meyer lemon juice which turns the tea into various shades of fuschsia and purple.”

EATER San Diego: The Hottest Cocktail Bars in San Diego, March 2018

“Recent additions to the menu at Juniper & Ivy is the Spirits in the Fog with house blended rums, fino sherry, pineapple, coconut, citrus, and liquid nitrogen for $30 and the Salt of the Earth with Del Maguey Wida mezcal, tequila, Ancho Reyes, beet juice, lemon, mole bitters, honey, cracked salt for $12.”

Thrillist: The Best Restaurants in San Diego Right Now


“Some of SD’s top culinary talent come together to create dumbfoundingly delicious plates the likes of which you’d be hard-pressed to find anywhere else. Yeah, you could easily drop a wad of cash here on dishes like a 16oz bone in prime ribeye (and probably not regret it) but considering one of the best things on the menu – the buttermilk biscuit with smoked butter – is only $5, with a little careful planning, you could easily make dinner here a regular thing. The not-so-secret “In-N-Haute” burger made with a custom blend of short rib, brisket, and chuck mixed with dry-aged beef fat is a gotta-try dish.”