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San Diego restaurant rumors, openings, and coming-soons in July
Craft distillery Cutwater Spirits has debuted in Miramar. | Photo: John Shultz
Village North is now open on Convoy Street in Kearny Mesa, serving traditional Chinese cuisine.
Following a temporary closure, Olympic Cafe in North Park has reopened in an expanded space.
Carmel Valley’s Mia Francesca, the Italian eatery from the team behind Davanti Enoteca, has closed.
LoungeSix, the rooftop bar above Hotel Solamar has a new look, new menu items, and a new name—Upper East Bar.
The team behind Trust in Hillcrest has rolled out the cocktail-centric Hundred Proof a few blocks away in the former Sausage & Meat space.
Lot 8 is now open in Mission Valley. The venue hosts private events, pop-ups, cocktail parties, and dinners led by chef Nick Brune of Eco Caters.
Catalina Offshore Products has debuted its own line of canned tuna, featuring US Eastern Pacific bigeye and yellowfin.
Craft distillery Cutwater Spirits has debuted in Miramar. The food spans shared plates, pasta, and a kid’s menu.
Hillcrest staple Busalacchi’s A Modo Mio, once known as Busalacchi’s on Fifth, has shuttered.
Napizza is now serving its signature rectangular slices in Encinitas, its fourth location.