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10 Hot Plates

Rumors, openings, restaurants, and coming soons in San Diego



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Two local 20-somethings have opened Edge of the Ranch in the former Firegrille space in Scripps Ranch.
 

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Brian Malarkey’s Del Mar outpost, Burlap, has closed for an overhaul, and will re-open as a second Searsucker.
 

3

Old Town’s El Agave, known for an extensive tequila selection, is expanding north and will open a second location in Del Mar Plaza in the former Flavor space.

4

Bite of Boston will bring its famous lobster rolls to Pacific beach this summer with a new restaurant on Emerald Street.

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Magnolia Tap & Kitchen is now open downtown, serving a simple southern-influenced menu with a full bar.
 

6

Wine Vault & Bistro in Mission Hills recently hired chef Gregory Chavez away from Leroy’s in Coronado.
 

Avant executive chef Nicolas Bour

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A redesigned Avant is now open in the former El Bizcocho space at Rancho Bernardo Inn. Nicolas Bour is executive chef.

8

Tracy Borkum announced executive chef Jordan Davis will helm the kitchen at her new Fish Public in Kensington, slated to open later this summer.

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Tapenade is now open for lunch Wednesdays through Saturdays with a new happy hour bistro menu starting at 5:30 nightly.

10

Tadashi in La Jolla is now Shiku Sushi Bar, under new ownership.

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