Winter 2019

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SD Food News

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

First Look: The Florence

Suburban Sabre Springs gets a 10,000 sq. ft. restaurant with big-city talent

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Restaurants Are Dying; Here’s the Solution

It’s simple math, but the state of California refuses to allow it

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Why Tacos Are The Best Food on the Planet

Tacos are rule-breaking, explosive, democratic, hand-held things of righteousness

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Goodnight, Urban Solace

Urban Solace and Solace and the Moonlight Lounge are closing on Wednesday

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The Best Things I Ate This Month: March 2019

Coconut Magic Bar at Waters, Cornish hen at Tahona and smoked turkey at Grand Ole Flinn Springs

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The Best Food and Drink Events in March and April

Seasonal food dinners, Chef-Driven Bake Sale and Fundamentals of Blind Wine Tasting

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Dinner with San Diego’s James Beard Nominee

She’ll share her most embarrassing stories, and I’ll share mine

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First Look: Louisiana Purchase

A former beach guy and a real-deal Louisiana chef grow up together in North Park

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The Contender: Vegan Royale

An OB burger joint is in the running for the best veggie burger in San Diego

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I Don’t Believe You Like That Burger

Did we really enjoy that dish, or do we really need people to think we did?

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