Restaurant Spotlight: Savory Spice Shop

Are you looking to, literally, spice up your life? We know a place! Savory Spice Shop in Encinitas has everything you are looking for to enjoy some new blends for the holiday season, or just your everyday meals. From specialty salts to smoking hot herbs, there is an array of choices here. Buy one, buy them all, but it does not stop there.

Jason & Stephanie Birn are the owners of this hot establishment. Savory Spice Shop has over 400 spices and handcrafted seasonings for unbelievable prices. They are packed by the jar or you can pick and choose by the ounce. They create a fun environment to all those who are looking to experience more variety in their cooking. Whether it’s trying a new marinade on your meat, testing out some new salts in your pasta dish or an extra hot kick in your bowl of chili, you can find it here. They, also, offer specialty food and cooking projects if you are looking for a good holiday gift that anyone who loves cooking would enjoy.

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Image Source: Yelp by Savory Spice Shop

Do you consider yourself a frequent “spice-er”? If so, then you need to check out Spice Club. If not, this is the perfect opportunity to step up your cooking style! Spice Club introduces you to brand new flavors and exclusive recipes you’ve, probably, never heard of before. We know all you foodies out there would not want to miss out on this awesome opportunity to mix things up a bit. You can become a “Spice tester” for 6-months, a “Spice explorer” for 12-months or a 12-month “Spice lover”, with extra perks including a special cookbook. Each plan includes a variety of different spices and recipes for you to try throughout the course of the month. It is an excellent way to get to know your way around the kitchen through different flavors. As a kickoff, the first Spice Club shipment will be sent in January 2016. They deliver right to your doorstep and is starting at a price as low as $49.00.This is perfect for anyone who loves, or wants to love spices as much as we do!

Not only do they have spices, herbs, and many more choices but you can, also, go and enjoy the many activities they host throughout the course of the year. Pickling vegetables, cooking classes and hot sauce tastings are just three of the numerous amounts of offerings the Savory Shop offers. Check out their website for more opportunities year-round. If you didn’t know, Savory Spice Shop was voted Best of North County San Diego 2015 for Best Flavor Den offering fresh spices and fun cooking events year-round.

 

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Image Source: Facebook by Savory Spice Shop

Customers are always encouraged to come in, test, smell and experience it all! They have over 40 different gift packs already set to order and more choices than you can imagine. If you can’t, physically, make it out there, DON’T WORRY, the Savory Spice Shop has an exceptional website selling all of the same products in store along with gift sets and kitchenware. On top of that they have spectacular recipe ideas.

It’s the holiday season, so you know what that means? We assume most of you are out looking for gifts for family and friends. This is the perfect place to grab a great deal for gifts or just those holiday meals, in general. Save up to 25% now until December 31st on pre-set kits and make that make that shopping a little bit easier for you. Be sure you are on the lookout for all of those holiday deals because they keep popping up! Don’t forget to sign up for their Savory Rewards loyalty club and receive a free blend on your birthday!

Located in Encinitas, the Savory Spice Shop is part of our Walking Encinitas Food Tour! Looking for something to do during the week? Whether it’s a night out with your friends, mom, dad or significant other, Savory Spice Shop Encinitas offers classes with chef demonstrations. These highlight culinary pairings and give you the chance to make some extra special dishes. Happy Holidays!

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Image Source: Instagram by Savory Spice Shop

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