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

My Favorite Restaurant Bathroom

At Pamplemousse Grille, the chef-owner takes time to mock my manhood

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The Best Food and Drink Events In November and December

San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival, Chefsgiving, and Wreaths Across America

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Eat This, Drink That: November 2019

Octopus at Serea, California Citrus kombucha from MightyBooch, and Philly cheesesteak at Gaglione Brothers

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First Look: Park Commons

Fast Times at Ridgemont High meets the gourmet generation at Sorrento Valley’s new food hall

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The Contender: Royal Mandarin

The salt-and-pepper wings at National City favorite will knock your socks off

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Four Types of Foodies

From truffle-sniffers to food truck warriors, here are a few of the people I’ve met

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The Contender: Dirty Birds

With 30-plus sauces, the P.B. success story is in the running for best wings

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The Contender: Buffalo Wing Star

A Mexican riff on Buffalo wings is near the top of our search for the city’s best

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The Contender: Epic Wings-N-Things’ Lemon Pepper Wings

The hunt for the city’s best wings finds an unlikely entry at the longtime S.D. chain

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The Hunt For San Diego's Best Chicken Wings

How wings became the No. 1 kickoff food in the U.S., and our hunt for the best

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The Best Food and Drink Events in October and November

Feast in the Field, Califino Tequila Dinner and Revive Our Roots

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The Best Things I Ate This Month: October 2019

Palak Paneer at Taste of the Himalayas, Drugstore Burger at The Lodge at Torrey Pines, and Escargot at Born & Raised

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Jason Mraz and his Historic Coffee Bean

The singer and Bird Rock Coffee Roasters unveil the first California-grown Geisha coffee

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Dear Restaurant FaceTimer

A love letter to the most important person in the room

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First Look: Blade 1936

Two of San Diego’s top Italian chefs put new concept into historic Oceanside building

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

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  1. The Problem With Bright Red Tuna
    Many Americans still think bright red tuna means it’s fresher (it’s not)
  2. First Look: Animae
    Puffer Malarkey Restaurants unveil 5.5 million-dollar pan-Asian concept
  3. Jason Mraz and his Historic Coffee Bean
    The singer and Bird Rock Coffee Roasters unveil the first California-grown Geisha coffee
  4. The Hunt For San Diego's Best Chicken Wings
    How wings became the No. 1 kickoff food in the U.S., and our hunt for the best
  5. How San Diego Are You?
    Take our quiz to see where you land on the newcomer to old-timer spectrum
  6. First Look: Zinqué
    L.A. success story brings the soul of French zincs to Little Italy
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