Restaurant, Rumors, Openings, & Coming-Soons
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Addison at the Grand Del Mar
Addison at the Grand Del Mar’s wine program received San Diego’s only James Beard nomination.
The Slater’s 50/50 crew is rumored to be hatching a new quick-service concept, called Swine Bar, in Downtown and North Park.
Scripps Ranch will get its own Whole Foods, the fifth in the county, in 2016.
Werewolf American Pub opened last month in the Gaslamp, serving up everything from pub fare to ahi soba noodle salad.
Oscar’s Mexican Seafood
A new outpost of Oscar’s Mexican Seafood is now open in Hillcrest.
Rancho Santa Fe’s Mille Fleurs launched Taste of Terroirs, which pairs wine regions with multicourse dinners once a month.
Pacific Beach eatery Table 926 debuted a weekend brunch including bread pudding French toast, duck confit hash, and daytime cocktails.
The Cravory cookies
After some delay, The Cravory unveiled its first brick-and-mortar location, in Point Loma.
Southpaw Social Club has a new food menu. Look for oxtail soup and a mac ’n’ cheese-spaetzle hybrid.
Marlene’s Tea & Cakes opened in Santaluz, offering coffee, tea, pastries, and savory nibbles.