Slater’s 50/50s: top honors in ‘People’s Choice Award’ at wine, food festival
by Loralee Olejnik
Dec 05, 2013 | 2185 views | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Slater’s 50/50 took top prize with the People’s Choice Award dur9ing the 10th annual San Diego Bay Wine and Food Festival in November. 
Courtesy photo
Slater’s 50/50 took top prize with the People’s Choice Award dur9ing the 10th annual San Diego Bay Wine and Food Festival in November. Courtesy photo
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Point Loma’s own Slater’s 50/50 took home the People’s Choice Award for best restaurant at the 10th annual San Diego Bay Wine and Food Festival.  Thousands of guests took part in the week-long festivities, which included cooking classes and competitions, extravagant dinners and exclusive wine and spirits tastings held throughout San Diego.

One of Southern California’s largest culinary festivals, the event draws national talent every year and included several beach-area participants.
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“This is our 10-year anniversary, and we really had to turn up the heat,” said event producer Michelle Metter.

The festival’s culminating event, the Grand Tasting, held Nov. 23 at Marina Park North, featured 200-plus wine, beer and spirit purveyors.  Here, guests crowned the Liberty Station burger bar Slater’s 50/50 “People’s Choice” among scores of participating restaurants.



“It’s very exciting to celebrate our city and the wonderful wine and food festival,” said Bernard Guillas, executive chef of the La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club and La Jolla’s Marine Room restaurant. 

“The festival is a very well-respected and blossoming event.  Nationwide, it has become the buzz.”



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