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

A Wine Game-Changer?

With its invention, LJ Crafted Wines in Bird Rock is serving high-end wines straight from the barrel

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How to Win Thanksgiving

Follow these simple food and drink rules for Thanksgiving dinner and we will not deport you to another, awfuller family.

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Troy Johnson Makes his Television Cooking Debut on Food Network

How San Diego Magazine's food critic went from writing about restaurants to cooking on national television

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Best Things I Ate This Month: November 2016

Polenta and Ragu at Cucina Urbana, Farro and Grape Salad at Herb & Wood, and Poke Tacos at Leroy's Kitchen & Lounge

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The Best Food & Drink Events in November

San Diego Bay Wine + Food Festival, Market 10-Year Anniversary Dinner, and Holiday Block Party

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FIRST LOOK: The Grass Skirt

San Diego's tiki boom continues with this new spot in Pacific Beach

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FIRST LOOK: Bar by Red Door

Top San Diego farm-to-table restaurant Red Door expands its ethos to the glass with Bar by Red Door.

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In Defense of the White Tablecloth

The white tablecloth is the greatest stray-food detection program on the restaurant planet.

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The Best Food & Drink Events in October and November

Abnormal Wine Dinner at Cork & Craft, Bitter Brothers Brewing Co. Family Dinner, and Bret Dennen's Wine Release

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Best Things I Ate This Month: October 2016

Green Eggs and Ham at Searsucker, Heirloom Carrots at Cowboy Star, and Foie Gras and Smoked Duck Breast Canape at Crudo by Pascal Lorange

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Stop Killing Restaurants, California

Raising minimum wage without a tip credit is dumb, dumb, dumb.

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Fired Up

Open-flame cooking is now the biggest restaurant trend, and San Diego chefs explain why.

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The Best Food & Drink Events in September

Taste of the Port, KAABOO Rock'n Chef Competition, and the History of California Wines

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Best Things I Ate This Month: September 2016

Triangoli at Cucina Sorella, Pumpkin Waffle at Café 222, and Banh Mi at The Grill at the Lodge

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FIRST LOOK: Campfire

Carlsbad gets one hell of a new concept in Campfire from Craft & Commerce vet John Resnick

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FIRST LOOK: False Idol

San Diego is now home to a world-class tiki bar—False Idol

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FIRST LOOK: Craft & Commerce

S.D.'s iconic cocktail bar reopens today with new look, new lions

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FIRST LOOK: Decoy Dockside

San Marcos gets an ambitious, two-story gastro-lodge on the lake with Decoy Dockside.

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Eat Food With Eyes

Eating food with eyes isn't a gross thing, it's how it should be done.

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The Best Food & Drink Events in August and September

Ferragosto Wine Dinner, Farm Dinner at Juniper & Ivy, and Culture Through Cuisine

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What Troy is Eating

From hot dogs and hamburgers to lobsters and foie gras, a photostream of what our dining editor is eating.

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