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New Daily Brunch at Saska's; Baja-Inspired Food & Wine in Liberty Station.

Plus Karl Strauss' epic Barrel Royale event.

MISSION BEACH— Saska's Steak and Seafood, the longtime beach fixture that was acquired by The Patio Group earlier this year, just launched a new brunch menu from the hospitality empire's executive chef John Medall, which is now available daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Among the recently-introduced daytime dishes are a blue crab Benedict served on a croissant with heirloom tomato and asparagus, fried chicken and waffles, lemon-ricotta pancakes and savory breakfast bowls, from beef short ribs to vegetarian varieties, that come with eggs, potatoes and seasonal vegetables. [EaterWire]

LIBERTY STATION— An afternoon of Baja-inspired food and drink is scheduled at Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens - Liberty Station on Sunday, October 18 from 2 to 6 p.m. Organized by the Point Loma Optimists Club and curated by chef Andrew Spurgin of Bespoke Event Styling & Menu Design, the event is a fundraiser for Dewey Elementary School and will feature an oyster bar and food stations from Spurgin and guest chefs, including Martin San Roman and Flor Franco, with plates that will be paired with Baja and Valle de Guadalupe wines selected by Baja Wine + Food's Fernando Gaxiola. [EaterWire]

PACIFIC BEACH— On Saturday, October 24 from 3 to 7 p.m., Karl Strauss Brewing Company is opening its cellars and hosting an event at its Tasting Room & Beer Garden that will feature a slew of special release beers that range from sours to barrel-aged and rare brews. More that 25 beers will be poured at the grand Barrel Royale event and the $45 tickets include a commemorative tasting glass, 10 five ounce samples of beer with complementary cheese, chocolate and charcuterie pairings and a Karl Stauss t-shirt or tank. [EaterWire]

Saska's Steak & Seafood

3768 Mission Blvd, San Diego, CA 92109 (858) 488-7311

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