Restaurants these days like to change their menus up in the name of things like "seasonality" or "keeping you from getting bored" or "changes in an ingredient's legal status." Generally speaking, this is a wonderful thing, until a dish you loved with the depths of your soul and tastebuds disappears. Some dishes are too good to mess with, so San Diego chefs: please add these 15 items to your Do Not Disturb list.
100 Wines (address and info)
If there’s ever going to be a strong argument for eating salad for dinner (and saving your calories for dessert), it’s the cinnamon rolls from 100 Wines. Served in a mini cast-iron pan, they’re frosted with vanilla icing and sprinkled with candied pecans. You can get them to-go (and try to save them for later), but that’s completely impossible. You will make it three blocks before you need to pull over to eat them in your car, which will only result in you getting icing all over your hands (and face). Just eat them in the restaurant, ok?