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The Problem With Bright Red Tuna

Many Americans still think bright red tuna means it’s fresher (it’s not)

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First Look: Animae

Puffer Malarkey Restaurants unveil 5.5 million-dollar pan-Asian concept

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Editorial: Fighting the Good

Protestors accuse San Diego fishing families of being sustainable

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The Best Things I Ate This Month: September 2019

Lamb barbacoa tacos at Luce Bar & Kitchen, ravioli di pasta kina at Il Dandy, and oxtail gnocchi at Herb & Wood

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The Best Food and Drink Events in September and October

Mezcal Week at Tahona, Cork & Craft 5-year Anniversary Dinner, and Fall Harvest Wine Dinner at Fort Oak

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First Look: Zinqué

L.A. success story brings the soul of French zincs to Little Italy

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Rapid Review: Chiko

Two real-deal chefs fix America’s love-indigestion relationship with orange chicken

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Making Calories Count at the Grand Chef Throwdown

The human side of the upcoming food event and Cystic Fibrosis Foundation fundraiser at the Hotel Del

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The Digest: Five Important Food Stories That Illustrate Major Issues

Bananas going extinct, seafood fraud, figuring out how to feed the world, and more

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The Best Things I Ate This Month: August 2019

Eggplant Parmesan at Cesarina, OB Noodle House Wings at Holding Company, and snacks at Kaneh Co.

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The Best Food and Drink Events in August and September

Beau MacMillan and Brian Malarkey Dinner, Cooking Class with a Thai Food Master, and KAABOO

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First Look: Black Rail Kitchen

Another indie restaurateur opts for suburbia over the sexy downtown streets

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Behind the Big Feature

How a little story about a fish market turned into a highly political piece about the future of San Diego

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Why Breakfast Is Hard

Richard Walker Jr. shares lessons learned as a third-generation pancake houser

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First Look: International Smoke

Star chef Michael Mina tells a few war stories as he opens his new joint with Ayesha Curry

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The Best Things I Ate This Month: July 2019

Skirt steak at Cowboy Star, fried rice at Morning Glory, and Dutch baby at Richard Walker's Pancake House

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The Best Food and Drink Events in July and August

Pacific Islander Festival, Best of San Diego Party and San Diego Magazine beer release parties

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Welcome to our Fourth of July BBQ!

Festivities will begin once the spiders migrate out of the grill and we identify the vegetarians

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First Look: Original 40 Brewing Company

From drive-by shootings to mood lighting—the story of a North Park entrepreneur

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First Look: Serea

Serea is the star of Hotel Del’s 200 million dollar redo, and a big win for local, sustainable seafood

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