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SD Food News

The hottest thing in San Diego food right now just might be Tijuana.

The Best Food and Drink Events in May and June

San Diego Magazine's Best Restaurants Party, Andrew Bachelier + Travis Swikard Dinner at Jeune et Jolie, and Gospel Rose Brunch at Provisional Kitchen

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The Best Things I Ate This Month: May 2019

Ramen at HiroNori, camembert fig jam gelato at An's Dry Cleaning, and fried chicken at Louisiana Purchase

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Rapid Review: HiroNori Craft Ramen

You’ve got to be special to survive in Hillcrest, and this shoyu is just that

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First Look: Il Dandy

Michelin-starred Italian chefs open a stunner in Bankers Hill

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The Lighter Side of Coffee

After the darkness, Seven Seas becomes first company to bet on Laos specialty beans

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Eat This: Hawaiian Ahi Crudo at Death by Tequila

Jean-George protégé and Top Chef vet creates a summer version of a Thai classic

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First Look: Extraordinary Desserts Bankers Hill

Karen Krasne brings a new cakes-and-things wonderland to Bankers Hill

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The Contender: The Big Zac

A vegan fast-food chain impersonates the McDonald’s classic

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The Contender: Peace Pies

The search for San Diego's best veggie burger continues

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This Game of Thrones Cocktail Menu Wins Everything

Two of the top cocktail minds get appropriately obsessive for the final season

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