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

Shake Shack vs. In-N-Out: Which Burger is Better?

Pitting NYC’s burger icon against the king of SoCal

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Best Things I Ate This Month: November 2017

Curried Couscous at Mendocino Farms, Chili at Waypoint Public, and Oysters at Hog Island Oyster Co.

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Best Food & Drink Events in November and December

San Diego Magazine's World Eats Party, Soil Shindig, and the SoNo Chili Cook-Off

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FIRST LOOK: Hotel Republic

Marriott debuts another top-end Autograph Collection in Little Italy

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Mendocino Farms' Rescued Burger Helps Fight Food Waste

Because your food tastes better flavored with responsibility

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Q&A: Danielle Nierenberg Is Spreading the Word on Global Food Issues

The co-founder of Food Tank brings the conversation to San Diego

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The Best Food & Drink Events in October and November

San Diego Spirits by the Bay Festival, San Diego Beer Week, and San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival

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The Best Things I Ate This Month: October 2017

Corn at Masala Street, Spicy Sesame Ramen at Tajima, and Egg Tart at 85°C

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Vegan Fast Food Revolution

From Evolution to Plant Power, two local vegans look to revolutionize fast food

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First Look: Queensborough, Part 2

The second part of Queensborough, a 1920s NYC-style social club, is now open.

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First Look: Born & Raised

Everyone said don't do a steakhouse. So the damn kids at Consortium Holdings did with Born & Raised—to the tune of seven million bucks.

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The Best Food & Drink Events in September and October

Noma-Inspired Dinner at Puesto, Borderless Dine & Wine, and Culinary Cinema at the San Diego Film Festival

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Best Things I Ate This Month: September 2017

Horchata Shake at Hundred Proof, Scallops at Bistro Du Marche, and Wasabi Poke at It’s Raw Poke Shop

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First Look: Minou

Cafe Chloe owners opening Minou, a creperie and event space in East Village

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You Need to Try This Horchata Shake with Churro Bites

Hundred Proof nails this dirty-delicious and oh-so-decadent dessert

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Yes We Canned

Catalina Offshore gets into the growing local, sustainable canned tuna game

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The Best Food & Drink Events in August and September

Tiki Cocktail Competition at Level Four, The Best of San Diego Party, Green Flash's Treasure Chest Beer + Food Fest, and Farm to Fork

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Best Things I Ate This Month: August 2017

Ahi Tostadas at Bar Bodega, Halibut with Farro at Provisional, and Breakfast Pot Pie at Snooze

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First Look: Smoking Gun & Spill the Beans

Chef Kevin Templeton and bartender Eric Johnson lead new Gaslamp spots

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Will Weed Smoke Out Restaurants?

New investment trends are creating challenges for local restaurateurs — for now

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