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10 Hot Plates

Rumors, openings, & coming-soons



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Farm-to-table bastion Jsix inside the Hotel Solamar downtown is closing to undergo a major renovation, its first in 10 years. It should reopen next month.

2

Sycamore Cocktail Den in Normal Heights has added new winter cocktails, a “popcorn program,” and meat and cheese boards.

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3

Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza is now serving a special brunch menu with bottomless mimosas on weekends.
 

4

Part beer hall, part restaurant, and part history museum on the Revolutionary War, the Green Dragon Tavern & Museum will open soon in Carlsbad.

5

Mille Fleurs was named one of the Top 100 Restaurants in the U.S. by the readers of Opentable.com—the only San Diego-area spot to make the list. 

6

A Hooters is set to replace Dalton’s Roadhouse in San Marcos later this year.
 

7

Healthy eats joint Native Foods is opening two new locations in town this year, one in Clairemont and one in Point Loma. The original still stands in Encinitas.

8

The Grill House at Big Ben Specialty Market debuted a new concept in National City with a market, education center, and open-air restaurant.

9

Donovan’s Prime Seafood has closed downtown. The owners of Encinitas’ Union Kitchen + Tap will take over the space later this year.

10

Brian Malarkey-led Gabardine has closed in Point Loma.

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