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

First Look: Lola 55

A top restaurant industry strategist brings a chef-driven taco shop to the East Village

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First Look: Duck Foot East Village

San Diego's gluten-reduced brewer, Duck Foot, opens gluten-free restaurant and brewery in East Village.

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Cowboy Star Launches a Line of Gourmet Beef Jerky

A San Diego steakhouse brings American Wagyu to the growing beef snack market

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Best Food & Drink Events in August and September

San Diego Magazine’s Best of San Diego Party, Summer Herbal Tea & Blending Class at Cafe 21, and Water Bill Dinner at Cyclops Farms

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Best Things I Ate This Month: August 2018

Smoked salmon rillette at Addison, Tangerine Express IPA Nutista at Stone World Bistro & Gardens, and the tuna melt at Royale

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Sam the Cooking Guy Lets Loose

San Diego’s celebrity cook talks horror stories, Today show etiquette, and his weird taco joint

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Carin de Ria Opens a Second Location in Encinitas

The new location offers a taste of Filipino culture and some exceptional lumpia

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Robot! Another Round of Martinis!

Robot bartenders are here, and are a terrible idea for humanity

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A Guide to San Diego’s Best Corn Dishes

The city’s world-class corn is peaking right now, and here’s what top chefs are doing with it

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Javier Plascencia Eyes Barrio Logan

The award-winning chef is all over Mexico, but looks to make a San Diego comeback

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Eat This: A Magical, Fake Lemon Dessert at 1500 Ocean

Patrick Ponsaty shows why he’s a Master French Chef at Hotel Del

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3 Lessons Learned from 'Seven Days in the Valle'

Author Scott Koenig shares three key insights into Mexico’s wine region

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Best Food & Drink Events in San Diego in July

Sunset Poolside Jazz Series at The Westgate Hotel, Agave Festival at Bagby Beer Company, and Goonies at Street Food Cinema

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Best Things I Ate This Month: July 2018

Biscuits w/ miso maple butter at Crack Shack, creamy chorizo mussels at Jrdn, and vegan taquitos at El Tianguis

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Chain Restaurants Will Rule California

The state is killing off chains’ competition, paving the way for dominance

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Stop Killing Chloes

How California is very knowingly killing the mom and pop restaurant

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Good Night, Cafe Chloe

San Diego’s beloved French bistro is closing due to California’s unfair labor laws

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The Taquito Makes a Comeback

The family that froze taquitos is back to save them at El Tianguis

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First Look: El Jardin

Native chef Claudette Wilkins goes from Bracero to Top Chef and, finally, to her own dream

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How San Diego Restaurants Are Dealing with the Plastic Problem

The final piece in the single-use plastic series harnesses insight from local restaurateurs

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The festival brings visual arts, music, and interactive art-making for families to the Arts District at Liberty Station

The San Diego International Film Festival Premieres 'Searching'

This final screening of the 2018 Film Insider Series will take place on July 25
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