2017 Space Advocacy Update

Today I had the pleasure of being part of a Google Hangout on Air Teleconference for the first Space Advocacy Call of 2017. I am honored to have the opportunity to interact with our top space policy staff and Planetary Society’s CEO Bill Nye.

Topics included the latest insights into the future of NASA, analysis of where the new Administration may take the space program, and what The Planetary Society is doing to engage the new Congress and White House to promote our goals.

Space exploration doesn’t just happen. It results from specific decisions made by government and industries acting on behalf of committed citizens. Knowing why, how, and where the decisions for the future of space are made empowers you to better influence their outcome.

Participants were allowed to submit questions during the Google Hangout on Air. Here are the questions I asked during the teleconference:

(Q1) Mat Kaplan: The Gluten Free Nerd, With plans for Orion and moving forward, should we expect approval to increase budget to Nasa through adjustments in proportions of tax funds allocated to NASA?

Casey Dreier: That would be a very important goal. Lets talk about where we are in terms of the big picture here and this is where I think – if anything we’ve learned from 2016 is making political prognostications is a risky game. This is where we’re trying to be aware of what’s happening, but not to make too many long term predictions.

Bill Nye: Presumptions.

Casey Dreier: Thank you, Bill.

Bill Nye: We’re not going to presume that Nasa’s budget will get increased, but we’re hoping it will be based on the idea that we have bipartisan support.

Casey Dreier: And we’re not just hoping – we’re working to make that happen. Here’s where we are though, here’s the math. This is where I think we do honestly have some very strong supporters in congress who are empowering congress, the republicans, who do want to see this grow. Here’s the math: we have from what we understand a very large tax cut coming through, we have the intention to have a large infrastructure spending bill, we have the intention to have increased spending on the military side of the US budget, and we have also had a stated intention to go after, and to diminish and to decrease the part of the budget that’s called non defense discretionary. Basically that’s what funds what we think of as government. That’s where NASA is funded out of, that where the National Science Foundation is funded, the National Endowment for the Arts, roads, veterans, healthcare…you name it – the FBI, homeland security. All of this is funded out of non defense discretionary. They have stated that they want to diminish this over the years by about 20%, over the next 4 years. If NASA’s pot of money that it draws from shrinks, NASA itself is going to have a hard time maintaining its current budget, basically it means it’s growing in proportion to its shrinking pool that it can draw from, much less grow. Now we don’t know for sure this will be the outcome. Parties in power tend to learn to love deficit spending. Right? Because no one wants to, it tends to be very politically unpopular to cut popular programs, go figure. The issues here is that are we really going to see, and this is what no one really knows yet, there’s a very strong contingent in the house of representative in particular, who are truly committed to cutting big portions of government in order to pay for these other items. We don’t know if they’re a big enough contingent yet to override a more moderate wing or more free spending wing of the republic party, or if they find some sort of coalition of democrats and republicans to come together and pass some bigger spending bills. We’re going to find out here relatively soon basically where people true beliefs systems exist and also how committed they are to them in the face of real political consequences.

(Q2) Mat Kaplan: The Gluten Free Nerd, how do you expect Pruitt’s appointment to impact the program based on your current view on the administration’s take on human impact on the environment? And that is the new Secretary of the Interior.

Bill Nye: Mm-hmm.

Casey Dreier: Of the EPA.

Mat Kaplan: I’m sorry, EPA director. Sorry, my mistake.

Bill Nye: EPA, yeah, not Secretary of the Interior. You know, the names are thrown around. Well, I, I think one of the things you talked about a few times, Casey, was regulation and space launches have regulations just like airplane runways and airports. So I imagine they’ll be a way to, I can imagine Mr. Pruitt wanting to enable more launches with fewer, with less energy spent on environmental impact statements. I’m imagining that. And people want to have space ports in New Mexico and Texas. Spaceport is like an airport. But there’s concerns down range. I went by the pad where the big explosion was last September. Man, when a rocket blows up, it’s serious business. So I imagine the Environmental Protection Agency will work less with the Federal Aviation Administration on rocket launches. Casey, do you have any opinion on that?

Casey Dreier: I don’t have any much more to add than that.


Here is the link to watch the entire 2017 Space Advocacy Update.

Space exploration brings out the best in all of us. When we learn more about the universe, we learn more about ourselves. At The Planetary Society, passionate space fans like you join forces to create our own missions, nurture new science and technology, advocate for space, and educate the world—all to advance space exploration. We’re your place in space!

Let’s change the world together.


SpaceX CRS-10 Launch from 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center

❤I'm in tears 😊 beyond gratefully to have been part of the #NasaSocial Team this week for the @spacex CRS-10 launch!! SpaceX's Dragon launched to the International Space Station today carrying two more Earth science instruments that are dedicated to observing and increasing our understanding of our home planet.🌎 . . . To see more, make sure to add me on Snapchat: gluten-freenerd👻 . Twitter: EstherTrevino 🐥 . #NASA #Space #Science #KennedySpaceCenter #SpaceX #Lifestyle #Blogger #GlutenFreeNerd 📲vc: @erinsharoni . . If you haven't tapped on the little dots on the top right corner of my profile page to turn on post notifications, you are missing out on stories like this one. Just saying. 😏

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NASA Social SpaceX CRS-10 Launch

I can’t begin to tell you how excited I am to be a part of the #NasaSocial Team this week for the SpaceX CRS-10 launch! This is the first time Nasa has had a launch from pad 39A since shuttle missions. The Dragon will carry 5,500 lbs of science research, crew supplies and hardware to the orbiting laboratory in support of the station crew members. When SpaceX’s Dragon launches to the International Space Station on Sunday, it will carry two more Earth science instruments that are dedicated to observing and increasing our understanding of our home planet. Launching tomorrow is a sequel to a successful lightning study mission that will use the unique vantage point of the International Space Station. The Lightning Imaging Sensor (LIS) will be mounted to the station and is designed to measure the amount, rate and optical characteristics of lighting over Earth. Some science that’s on board the shuttle includes: Sage III, an ozone modular instrument looking at the health of our earth’s earth sunscreen from the International Space Station.  Burke Research Laboratories is sending a protein crystallograpy experiment that’s going to be focused on better understanding Keytruda, which is an FDA approved drug for cancer patients. And The Mayo Clinic is sending a stem cell investigation to the ISS National lab to assist those who have suffered strokes.


SpaceX CRS-10 Cargo Resupply Mission to the International Space Station from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center

Off to Florida today! ✈️I'm beyond excited for this week!! I'm going to be a NASA Social Media Correspondent for the SpaceX CRS10 launch at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral. Can't wait to share this experience with all of you! 😃 Make sure to follow along on my social media accounts! Instagram: TheGlutenFreeNerd 🐥Twitter: EstherTrevino Snapchat👻: gluten-freenerd SpaceX is preparing to launch its 10th cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station for NASA, which is now set for Feb. 18. The mission will bring crucial supplies for the space station crew and materials to support more than a dozen experiments on the orbiting lab, including a new muscle cell experiment designed by high school students. It will also be the first to launch from the newly renovated, historic Launch Complex 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida🚀 . . . . . #NASA #Jacket #ThinkGeek #GeekFamous #StarWars #R2D2Suitcase #Travel #Lifestyle #Blogger #GlutenFreeNerd . . If you haven't tapped on the little dots on the top right corner of my profile page to turn on post notifications, you are missing out on stories like this one. Just saying. 😏

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If you couldn’t tell from my smile, this was truly the BEST DAY EVER. I was very fortunate to take a tour of SpaceX, and that’s the Falcon 9 in the picture with me. The Falcon 9 is the first landed rocket from space. SpaceX is like the Willy Wonka Factory for all things space related. Falcon 9 is a two-stage rocket designed and manufactured by SpaceX for the reliable and safe transport of satellites and the Dragon spacecraft into orbit. As the first rocket completely developed in the 21st century, Falcon 9 was designed from the ground up for maximum reliability. Falcon 9’s simple two-stage configuration minimizes the number of separation events — and with nine first-stage engines, it can safely complete its mission even in the event of an engine shutdown.

SpaceX designs, manufactures and launches advanced rockets and spacecraft. The company was founded in 2002 to revolutionize space technology, with the ultimate goal of enabling people to live on other planets. It’s headquartered in Hawthorne, California. It was founded in 2002 by Tesla Motors CEO and former PayPal entrepreneur Elon Musk with the goal of creating the technologies to reduce space transportation costs and enable the colonization of Mars.


The Fempire Strikes Back

Remember this date: November 6, 2018. That's the date on which 33 senate seats, all 435 seats in the House of Representatives, and 14 governorship's will be up for re-election. Put it on your calendar now and be prepared to be an informed voter. If you are worried, concerned, angry, disappointed about the direction the government is going this is the most effective way to make a change, stop complaining and start planning. Remember the president is only one cog in the government machine, and you can make effective change through voting for your local and state representatives, this is the check that can balance this situation. No one Trumps the constitution. ✔ . . . . . #TheFutureIsFemale #SheIsDefiant #WomensMarch #WashingtonDC #CapitolBuilding #WomensMarch #TheFempireStrikesBack #Feminist #WomensRights #ImWithHer #ReproductiveRights #Celiac #GlutenFree #AllergyFriendly #Foodie #SanDiego #Travel #Blogger #Influencer #GlutenFreeNerd #GlutenFreeVegan #GlutenFreeLife #GlutenFreeLiving #GlutenFreeForLife #GlutenFreeFood #GlutenFreeBaking #GlutenFreeLifestyle #AllergyFriendly #GlutenFreeFoodie #GlutenFreeCooking #GlutenFreeDesserts

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Enjoy Life Foods ProBurst Bites!

Have you tried the NEW Enjoy Life Foods ProBurst Bites? These are the protein snacks of your dreams! They’re decadent, chocolaty truffles that are packed with 6-7g plant-based protein per serving, so you can refuel and feel great each time you snack! ProBurst Bites are already proportioned servings, they’re perfect for a midday boost, grabbing on-the-go to work or for running errands, and for fueling your muscles before or after exercise. These bite size snacks are a crunchy blend of seeds and spices straight from Mother Nature, the both, earthy flavor combinations merged with a sweet chocolate filling that will satisfy your taste buds and allow you to reap the health benefits of adding more plant-based protein to your regimen. ProBurst Bites also contain no artificial ingredients and come in a super convenient resealable pouch so you can take them anywhere.

All Enjoy Life Foods products are certified gluten free, Non-GMO, and free from the eight most common food allergens in the United States, as declared by the FDA — wheat, dairy, peanuts, tree nuts, egg, soy, fish and shellfish. In addition, Enjoy Life Foods products are made in our allergy-friendly facility, so there’s no chance of contamination. Their products are also free from Canada’s twelve priority food allergens, which include the top eight plus sulfites, crustaceans, sesame and mustard. At this time, ProBurst Bites are only available on the Enjoy Life Foods website. The ProBurst Bites will be available in retailers on March 1st, 2017, retailing for $6.99 per pouch. Lucky for you, from today through the 31st of February, Enjoy Life Foods is having a 10% off FLASH SALE on ProBurst Bites, just use the code:PROBURST444! Make sure to get some ProBurst Bites ASAP, you’re going to love them!


Gluten Free & Allergy Friendly EXPO in San Diego February 11th-12th, 2017

The GFAF Expos are the largest and fastest growing special diet consumer events in the US. Started in 2007, the events are professionally managed and have expanded from one to eight cities throughout the United States. In addition to meeting the needs of the Celiac community, the Expo welcomes those with gluten sensitivities, auto-immune/inflammatory diseases and autism.

As an official blogger for the #GFAFExpo I have been provided with 5 tickets to giveaway. I will be hosting a ticket giveaway to the Gluten Free and Allergy Friendly Expo through my Instagram account on Monday, January 16th, 2017. Make sure to check out my IG account, TheGlutenFreeNerd for details on how to win tickets! To save 20% off tickets until February, 10th, 2017, use discount code: ADVANCE at the checkout.

What do you get with your Expo Ticket?

  • Entry into the vendor fair with over 100 brands
  • Valuable coupons at the vendor booths
  • Samples from the vendors are considered to be gluten free
  • Discounted products available for purchase
  • Informative classes related to the gluten free and allergen-friendly lifestyle
  • Free reusable bag to carry your goodies
  • Meet your favorite vendors, authors and bloggers (like me)

Gluten Free & Allergy Friendly Grocery Stores in San Diego, California

List of the gluten free & allergy friendly grocery stores throughout San Diego:

Keil’s Stores

San Carlos: 7403 Jackson Drive – San Diego, California 92119

Whole Foods

Hillcrest: 711 University Ave. – San Diego, CA 92103

La Jolla: 8825 Villa La Jolla Dr. – La Jolla, CA 92037

Del Mar: 2600 Via De La Valle, Suite 100 – Del Mar, CA 92014

Encinitas: 687 S. Coast Highway 101 – Encinitas, CA 92024


Carmel Mountain Ranch: 11710 Carmel Mountain Rd. – San Diego, CA 92128

North Park: 4175 Park Blvd. – San Diego, CA 92103

Pacific Beach: 1260 Garnet Ave. – San Diego, CA 92109

Point Loma: 3315 Rosecrans St., Suite B – San Diego, CA 92110

University City: 3358 Governor Dr. – San Diego, CA 92122

Genesse Avenue: 4439 Genesee Ave. – San Diego, CA 92117

Bernardo Heights: 15727 Bernardo Heights Pkwy. – San Diego, CA 92128

Del Sur: 16415 Paseo Del Sur – San Diego, CA 92127

Trader Joe’s

Hillcrest: 1090 University – San Diego, CA 92103

Mission Valley: 1072 Camino Del Rio North – San Diego, CA 92108

Point Loma: 2401 Truxtun Rd. – San Diego, CA 92106

Pacific Beach: 1640 Garnet Ave. – San Diego, CA 92109

La Mesa: 5495 Grossmont Center Dr. – LaMesa, CA 91942

La Jolla: 8657 Villa la Jolla Dr. – La Jolla, CA 92037

Chula Vista: 878 Eastlake Pkwy. – Chula Vista, CA 91914

Scripps Ranch: 9850 Hibert St. – San Diego, CA 92131

Del Mar: 13480 Highlands Place – San Diego, CA 92130

Carmel Mountain Ranch: 11955 Carmel Mountain Rd. – San Diego, CA 92128

Encinitas: 115 N El Camino Real – Encinitas, CA 92024

Escondido: 1885 S Centre City Pkwy. – Escondido, CA 92025

Carlsbad: 2629 Gateway Rd. – Carlsbad, CA 92009

Oceanside: 2570 Vista Way – Oceanside, CA 92054

Barons Market

North Park: 3231 East University Avenue – San Diego, CA 92104

Point Loma: 4001 W. Point Loma Blvd. San Diego, CA 92110

Rancho Bernardo: 11828 Rancho Bernardo Rd. – San Diego, CA 92128

Boney’s Bayside Market

Coronado: 155 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA 92118


South East San Diego: 650 Gateway Center Dr. – San Diego, CA 92102

Mission Valley: 2345 Fenton Pkwy. – San Diego, CA 92108

Morena: 4605 Morena Blvd. – San Diego, CA 92117

Chula Vista: 1130 Broadway – Chula Vista, CA 91911

La Mesa: 8125 Fletcher Pkwy. – La Mesa, CA 91942

Rancho Del Rey: 895 E H St. – Chula Vista, CA 91910

Santee: 101 Town Center Pkwy. – Santee, CA 92071


Mission Valley: 1288 Camino Del Rio N. – San Diego, CA 92108

Kearny Mesa: 8001 Othello Ave. – San Diego, CA 92111

South Park: 3030 Grape St. – San Diego, CA 92102

Balboa: 5680 Balboa Ave. – San Diego, CA 92111

Sports Arena: 3245 Sports Arena Blvd. – San Diego, CA 92110

Lemon Grove: 3424 College Ave. – San Diego, CA 92115

Grossmont: 5500 Grossmont Ctr. Dr. – La Mesa, CA 91942

National City/Plaza Bonita: 3060 Plaza Bonita Rd. – National City, CA 91950

Mira Mesa: 8251 Mira Mesa Blvd. – San Diego, CA 92126

Santee: 9846 Mission Gorge Rd. – Santee, CA 92071

El Cajon: 250 Broadway – El Cajon, CA 92021

Rancho San Diego: 2911 Jamacha Rd. – El Cajon, CA 92019

Chula Vista Broadway: 1240 Broadway – Chula Vista, CA 91911

Chula Vista East: 910 Eastlake Pkwy. – Chula Vista, CA 91914

Poway: 14823 Pomerado Rd. – Poway, CA 92064

San Diego Del Sur: 17170 Camino Del Sur – San Diego, CA 92127

Escondido South: 280 E Via Rancho Pkwy. – Escondido, CA 92025

Encinitas: 1010 N El Camino Real – Encinitas, CA 92024

Escondido: 1280 Auto Park Way – Escondido, CA 92029

Vista South: 3150 Business Park Dr. – Vista, CA 92081


2121 Imperial Ave, San Diego, CA 92102

Stonecrest Plaza, 3382 Murphy Canyon Rd, San Diego, CA 92123

4840 Shawline St, San Diego, CA 92111

Marketplace at the Grove Shopping Center, 3412 College Ave, San Diego, CA 92115

Southland Plaza Shopping Center, 575 Saturn Blvd, San Diego, CA 92154

710 Dennery Rd, San Diego, CA 92154


Gluten Free & Allergy Friendly Restaurants and Bakeries in San Diego, CA

List of the DEDICATED GLUTEN FREE San Diego restaurants & bakeries:

(1) 2Good2B Bakery & Cafe

2GOOD2B, where everything is delicious, without gluten, corn, or soy.

204 N El Camino Real, Suite H, Encinitas, CA 92024

(2) Peace Pies 4230 Voltaire St, San Diego, CA 92107

PEACE PIES is committed to providing raw/vegan/gluten and soy-free foods to all.

(3) Trilogy Sanctuary 7650 Girard Ave #400, La Jolla, CA 92037

San Diego vegan, organic, gluten free cafe, and catering.

(4) Starry Lane Bakery 10769 Woodside Avenue, Santee, CA 92071

All Starry Lane Bakery products are made on-site in a dedicated facility that is free of gluten, soy, dairy, eggs, tree nuts, peanuts, fish, and shellfish, as well as being vegan and free of all artificial food dyes.

(5) The Curious Fork 512 Via De La Valle #102, Solana Beach, CA 92075

The Curious Fork – where you can share culinary knowledge through our school, café, and unique, personal product experiences.

(6) iG Bakery Corner Market Shopping Center, 9730 Cuyamaca Street, Santee, CA 92071

IG Bakery is growing every day and our product options are expanding. They now make 5 flavors of bread, cookies, oat bars, frittatas and the list goes on and on.

(7) Green Fix Organic Smoothie 3826 Sherman Street, San Diego, CA 92110

Their blends consist of Raw and Living Greens & Fruit Loads of dark leafy greens so fresh they don’t even know they’ve been picked.

This is a list of gluten free & allergy friendly restaurants San Diego:

Just keep in mind at the end of the day, no place can be guaranteed 100% safe if you’re not making your own food. I also recommend you download the Find Me Gluten Free phone app if you don’t already have it. I use it in my own city and whenever I travel. It will use the GPS location on your phone to locate the nearest gluten free friendly restaurants to you. I love it! And the reviews are extremely helpful when selecting where you might decide to eat. I always call a restaurant in advance and ask to speak to a manager to go over how they avoid any cross contamination for gluten free menu options.


University Town Center: 8970 University Center Ln, San Diego, CA 92122

Downtown: 380 K St at 4th – San Diego, CA 92101

The Cottage

La Jolla: 7702 Fay Avenue – La Jolla, CA 92037

Seasons 52

Seaport Village: 789 W Harbor Dr. – San Diego, CA 92101

University Town Center: 4505 La Jolla Village Drive – San Diego, CA 92122


Sports Arena: 3102 Sports Arena Blvd. – San Diego, CA 92110

Mission Valley: 2005 Camino Del Este – San Diego, CA 92108

National City: 500 Mile-Of Cars Way – National City, CA 91950

Lemon Grove: 7160 Broadway – Lemon Grove, CA 91945

Kearny Mesa: 4375 Kearny Mesa Rd. – San Diego, CA 92111

Pacific Beach: 2910 Damon Ave. – Pacific Beach, CA 92109

Santee: 9414 Mission Gorge Rd. – Santee, CA 92071

Chula Vista: 1725 Eastlake Pkwy. – Chula Vista, CA 91915

El Cajon: 1541 N. Magnolia Ave. – El Cajon, CA 92020

Mira Mesa: 9410 Mira Mesa Blvd. – San Diego, CA 92126

Poway: 12890 Gregg Court – Poway, CA 92064

Carmel Mountain: 11880 Carmel Mountain Rd. – San Diego, CA 92128

Encinitas: 130 Calle Magdalena – Encinitas, CA 92024

Escondido: 1260 W Valley Parkway – Escondido, CA 92029

San Marcos: 583 Grand Ave. – San Marcos, CA 92078

Carlsbad: 5950 Avenida Encinas – Carlsbad, CA 92008

Vista: 2010 Hacienda Dr. – Vista, CA 92081

Oceanside: 936 N. Coast Highway – Oceanside, CA 92054

Oceanside: 4605 Frazee – Oceanside, CA 92057

RA Sushi

Gaslamp District/Downtown San Diego: 474 Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101

Pizza Rev

Scripps Ranch: 10393 Spring Canyon Rd, San Diego, CA 92131

Carmel Valley: 7835 Highlands Village Pl, San Diego, CA 92129

Cafe La Rue on Prospect 

La Jolla: 1132 Prospect St. – La Jolla, CA 92037

NOBU San Diego

Hard Rock Hotel Downtown San Diego: 207 Fifth Ave. – San Diego, CA 92101

The Counter San Diego International Airport: Terminal 1 – 3225 North Harbor Dr. – San Diego CA 92101

Burger Lounge

Carlsbad: 961 Palomar Airport Rd. – Carlsbad, CA 92011

Coronado: 922 Orange Ave. – Coronado, CA 92118

Del Mar: 2720 Via de la Valle – Del Mar, CA 92014

Del Sur: 16490 Paseo Del Sur – San Diego, CA 92127

Gaslamp: 528 5th Ave. – San Diego, CA 92101

Hillcrest: 406 University Ave. – San Diego, CA 92103

Kensington: 4116 Adams Ave. – San Diego, CA 92116

La Jolla: 1101 Wall St. – La Jolla, CA 92037

Little Italy: 1608 India St. – San Diego, CA

Melting Pot

Gaslamp District: 901 5th Ave, Gaslamp District, San Diego, CA 92101

La Jolla: 8980 University Center Ln. – San Diego, CA 92122

Fish Market Restaurant

Downtown: 750 N Harbor Dr, San Diego, CA 92101

Fig Tree Cafe

Liberty Station: 2400 Historic Decatur Rd #103 – San Diego, CA 92106

Pacific Beach: 5119 Cass St. – San Diego, CA 92109

Hillcrest: 416 University Ave. – San Diego, CA 92103

Snooze am Eatery

Downtown: 3940 Fifth Ave. – San Diego, CA 92103

Del Mar Highlands Town Center: 3435 Del Mar Heights Rd D3 –  San Diego, CA 92130

Tender Greens

Point Loma: 2400 Historic Decatur Road – San Diego, CA 92106
University Town Center: 4545 La Jolla Village Drive – San Diego, CA 92122
Mission Valley: 1640 Camino del Rio North, Suite FS-7 – San Diego, CA 92108
Downtown San Diego: 110 West Broadway – San Diego, CA 92101

Menchies Frozen Yogurt

Sports Arena: 3225 Sports Arena Blvd, San Diego, CA 92110

Mission Valley: 1620 Camino De La Reina, San Diego, CA 92108

Escondido: Felicita Plaza, 349 W Felicita Ave, Escondido, CA 92025


Little Italy: 1670 India St. – San Diego, CA 92101

El Cajon: Campus Plaza Shopping Center, 6165 El Cajon Blvd. – San Diego, CA 92115

Mission Valley: Hazard Center, 7610 Hazard Center Dr #505 – San Diego, CA 92108

National City: 2850 National Ave. – San Diego, CA 92113

San Carlos: 8872 Navajo Rd. – San Diego, CA 92119

Clairemont: 5650 Balboa Ave #104 – San Diego, CA 92111

Mira Mesa Shopping Center: 8220 Mira Mesa Blvd #F – San Diego, CA 92126

University Town Center: 8750 Genesee Ave, San Diego, CA 92122

Pacific Beach: 855 Garnet Ave. – San Diego, CA 92109

Poway: 13303 Poway Rd. – Poway, CA 92064

Del Mar: 2600 Via De La Valle #103, Del Mar, CA 92014

Pressed Juicery

University Town Center: 4545 La Jolla Village Dr. #E-12, San Diego, CA 92122

Gelateria Frizzante

La Jolla: 1025 Prospect St. –  La Jolla, CA 92037

Deli Llama

Hillcrest: 3702 Fifth Ave. – San Diego, CA 92103


Mission Valley: 1025 Camino De La Reina, Suite 2 – San Diego, CA 92108
Hillcrest: 734 University Ave., Unit C – San Diego, CA 92103
City Heights: 4403 University Avenue, #100 – San Diego, CA 92105
Clairemont: 5650 Balboa Ave, Ste 105-106 – San Diego, CA 92111
Sports Arena: 3680 Rosecrans St. – San Diego, CA 92110
SDSU Campus: 5500 Campanile Drive – San Diego, CA 92182
Clairemont Mesa: 7081 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, 103/104 – San Diego, CA 92111
Downtown San Diego: 101 West Broadway – San Diego, CA 92101
Rolando: 6083 El Cajon Blvd – San Diego, CA 92115
Pacific Beach: 1504 Garnet Ave. – San Diego, CA 92109
La Mesa: 8005 Fletcher Parkway – La Mesa, CA 91942
University Town Center: 8750 Genesee Avenue, Suite 240 – San Diego, CA 92122
Mira Mesa: 2750 Bauer Road – San Diego, CA 92145
National City: 404 Mile of Cars Way – National City, CA 91950
La Jolla: 8657 Villa La Jolla – La Jolla, CA 92037
La Jolla: 1055 Torrey Pines Road, Suite 101 – La Jolla, CA 92037
National City: 3030 Plaza Bonita Road, 2450 – National City, CA 91950
Mira Mesa: 8250 Mira Mesa Blvd., Unit G – San Diego, CA 92126
Santee: 9828 Mission Gorge Road, Suite C – Santee, CA 92071
Chula Vista: 569 H Street – Chula Vista, CA 91910
Chula Vista: 720 Otay Lakes Road – Chula Vista, CA 91910
El Cajon: 225 Jamacha Road, Ste 105 – El Cajon, CA 92019
El Cajon: 12098 Fury Lane – El Cajon, CA 92019
Carmel Valley: 3881 Valley Centre Drive – San Diego, CA 92130
Chula Vista: 2290 Otay Lakes Rd., Suite 102 – Chula Vista, CA 91915-1000
Poway: 13495 Poway Rd. – Poway, CA 92064
Carmel Mountain: 11134 Rancho Carmel Drive – San Diego, CA 92128
Del Mar: 2710 Via De La Valle, B290 – Del Mar, CA 92014
4S Ranch: 10550 Craftsman Way, 180 – San Diego, CA 92127
Encinitas: 268 North El Camino Real – Encinitas, CA 92024
Carlsbad: 3416 Via Mercato, 110 – Carlsbad, CA 92009
Escondido: 1282 Auto Park Way – Escondido, CA 92029
Escondido: 1201 E Valley Pkwy – Escondido, CA 92027
San Marcos: 575 Grand Avenue – San Marcos, CA 92078
Carlsbad: 2505 Palomar Airport Road, Bldg 4, Ste 100 – Carlsbad, CA 92011
Vista: 30 Main St. – Vista, CA 92083
Oceanside: 2611 Vista Way – Oceanside, CA 92054
Oceanside: 4111 Oceanside Blvd – Oceanside, CA 92056
Oceanside: 495 College Blvd , Ste A & B – Oceanside, CA 92057

PF Changs

University Town Center: 4540 La Jolla Village Dr. – San Diego, CA 92122
Fashion Valley: 7077 Friars Rd. – San Diego, CA 92108
Chula Vista: 2015 Birch Rd. Suite 1401 – Chula Vista, CA 91915
Carlsbad: 5621 Paseo Del Norte – Carlsbad, CA 92008


Downtown at The Headquarters: 789 W Harbor Dr. – San Diego, CA 92101

La Jolla: 1026 Wall St. – La Jolla, CA 92037

Phil’s BBQ

Point Loma: 3750 Sports Arena Blvd. – San Diego, CA 92110
San Marcos: 579 Grand Avenue – San Marcos, CA 92078
Santee: 9816 Mission Gorge Rd. – Santee, CA 92071
Rancho Bernardo: 17051 West Bernardo Dr. – Rancho Bernardo, CA 92127

True Foods

Fashion Valley: 7007 Friars Rd #394 – San Diego, California 92108

2Good2B Bakery & Cafe

Encinitas: El Camino Promenade, 204 N El Camino Real – Encinitas, CA 92024

Starry Lane Bakery

Santee: 10769 Woodside Ave. Suite 110 – Santee CA, 92071


Fashion Valley:  7007 Friars Rd #356, San Diego, CA 92108

Eddy V’s Prime Seafood  

Downtown: 789 W Harbor Dr, San Diego, CA 92101

La Jolla: 1270 Prospect St. – La Jolla, CA 92037

George’s At The Cove

La Jolla: 1250 Prospect St. –  La Jolla, CA 92037

Rendezvous Del Mar

Del Mar Plaza: 1555 Camino Del Mar #102 – Del Mar, CA 92014

Greystone Steak House

Downtown: 658 Fifth Ave, San Diego, CA 92101

Trilogy Sanctuary

La Jolla: 7650 Girard Ave. Suite 401 – La Jolla, CA 92037