Hey San Diego, here's your classy guide to the city's swankiest Jazz clubs, fondue restaurants, and a swinging men's clothing store with duds so fine they make Sinatra look like a hobo. We're not gonna lie, this guide is kind of a big deal.
"Little Ham 'n Eggs comin' at ya, hold on, people, hope ya got your griddles…"
If you're looking for good jazz in the city, Dizzy's is the perfect place to break out your jazz flute for an impromptu performance of Aqualung. Dizzy's is credited with helping refocus the sputtering jazz scene in San Diego, as well as being one of the most unique bars in the city.
"Mmmmm.. that is good fondue!"
There's nothing classier then dipping things into various liquid cheeses. The Melting Pot is a four-course fondue dining experience, a perfect place to bring that stone-fox whose mind you just blew with your jazz flute skills.
"I'm gonna do what God put Ron Burgundy on this earth to do. Read the news, and have salon-quality hair."
True independent television, that's the goal of KUSI San Diego News, which includes nine network affiliates, Spanish language news Station included. KUSI is completely local, that means all San Diego, all day.
Harbor Drive Bridge (to fight under)
"Boy, that escalated quickly… I mean, that really got out of hand fast… Brick killed a man"
Harbor Drive Bridge is the perfect place to stab a man with a trident, though you probably don't want to do that because then you'd go to jail and that wouldn't be fun. Regardless, if you're going to have an awesome knife fight, here's the place to do it.
"Hey, everyone! Come see how good I look!"
Ron Stuart is going to help you out of those embarrassing hobo clothes you've been wearing, and into a real man's suit worthy of a morning news anchor. Master Tailor Joe LaFata has 22 of experience turning boys into men with his suiting skills.
"Panda Watch! The mood is tense. I have been on some serious, serious reports but nothing quite like this."
One word of advice: Don't' jump in the bear atrium.
"I love scotch. Scotchy, scotch, scotch.. here it goes down.. down into my belly."
And finally, the most important part of Ron Burgundy's San Diego… scotch. Twenty-two different kinds to be exact; a river of glorious amber liquid flows at the Small Bar, begging to be enjoyed, on air or off. What more could you ask for?
Enjoy your travels and remember, you stay classy, San Diego?