The year for what though? This year is definitely going to be remembered a lot for a very long long time, that's for sure.
Today I've been wanting to sit down and write a blog for SEO purposes yet I haven't found the right energy to put my thoughts into typed words.
My business is in a thin line of survival and for some reason I feel selfishness creeping upon my being when I try to get down to promote Cueva Bar. On the other side of the coin I am facing a road of survival as a business owner. My heart and mind are conflicted in so many ways so I decided to contact a local NFP for help and direction in launching a promotion campaign to send some funds their way through our sales of one of our dishes. I think all who care to see justice for George Floyd, protection for peaceful protests and an overall fixing of the current system that's corrupted, can do something to help wether through marching in protests, sharing on social media, writing on blogs, or monetary donations. I am personally lucky and fortunate to have black friends and family whom I can discuss these matters and learn from them directly because believe or not, racism exists in Mexico but many Mexicans like many white folk here and around the world might not be aware of such energy within their souls.
Some of you might have received my newsletter last night expressing my views in regards to the present state of the US when it comes to the protests condemning police brutality and asking for real, unbiased justice for George Floyd.
I've received emails from different corporations, or subscriptions and it makes me happy to know I am doing business or connected to organizations that care for everyone, but in these times specially for black people in the United States of America.
When this pass and hopefully justice is served and positive change has taken enough momentum I only hope we all collectively stand up for justice for our Native American, Asian and Hispanic sisters and brothers as well as activism to protect and save our mother nature.
I chef Oz write these blogs. I am a home cook gone pro when my wife Jo and I decided to open Cueva Bar Cafe in San Diego California. I am passionate about offering a space where people gather for a good time, and to enjoy mindfully prepared food, made with love and passion by our culinary team. I'm all about inclusive peace, love, mutual respect, unity, kindness, and compassion under the sun with liberty and justice for all.
Let delicious food bring us together!
Located on 2123 Adams Avenue, San Diego CA, 92116, Cueva Bar Cafe offers delicious comfort food dishes in our limited dine-in setting for take-out or delivery.
Open for dining in as well as take out Tuesday-Saturday from 4pm-9pm.
Cueva Bar Café is always in metamorphosis mode, keeping an essence of Mexican cuisine, known for continuous reinvention and embracing evolution, where food is prepared in a cosy, relaxed and inclusive atmosphere.
Letting the inspiration flow and keeping balance in mind, I marry some Mexico’s classic ingredients and flavours with elements from around the U.S and the world using local-organic produce and vendors as much as possible to create both delicious and healthy dishes that have little to zero impact on our environment.
Cueva Bar in San Diego California can be found online by searching for pizzas, empanadas, mole, sangria,craft beer and wine, small plates, tapas, antojitos, shareable plates and it offers plenty of omnivores, gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options