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Addison at the Grand Del Mar
Addison at the Grand Del Mar

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Addison at the Grand Del Mar’s wine program received San Diego’s only James Beard nomination.
 

2

The Slater’s 50/50 crew is rumored to be hatching a new quick-service concept, called Swine Bar, in Downtown and North Park.

3

Scripps Ranch will get its own Whole Foods, the fifth in the county, in 2016.
 

4

Werewolf American Pub opened last month in the Gaslamp, serving up everything from pub fare to ahi soba noodle salad.

Oscar’s Mexican Seafood
Oscar’s Mexican Seafood

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A new outpost of Oscar’s Mexican Seafood is now open in Hillcrest.
 

6

Rancho Santa Fe’s Mille Fleurs launched Taste of Terroirs, which pairs wine regions with multicourse dinners once a month.

7

Pacific Beach eatery Table 926 debuted a weekend brunch including bread pudding French toast, duck confit hash, and daytime cocktails.

The Cravory cookies
The Cravory cookies

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After some delay, The Cravory unveiled its first brick-and-mortar location, in Point Loma.
 

9

Southpaw Social Club has a new food menu. Look for oxtail soup and a mac ’n’ cheese-spaetzle hybrid.
 

10

Marlene’s Tea & Cakes opened in Santaluz, offering coffee, tea, pastries, and savory nibbles.

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