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Ask a Chef: Where will you eat during Restaurant Week?


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San Diego Restaurant Week runs Sept 18-23. Visit sandiegorestaurantweek.com for pricing and menus.

Christian Graves Jsix, Gaslamp Quarter

NINE-TEN in La Jolla because Jason Knibb is one of the most talented chefs in San Diego, if not the country, and I drool just thinking about his food.

Ron Prestage
EDEN, Hillcrest

I would love to try The Merk Bistro Italiano. Chef Brian Rutherford’s take on California-Italian is fascinating, not to mention that dessert pizza with fresh strawberries, Nutella, chocolate, and bacon sounds wonderful.

Colin MacLaggan
Ave 5, Banker’s Hill

Mille Fleurs in Rancho Santa Fe. It’s a beautiful place with beautiful food, and it’s great to visit a new part of San Diego you might not know about.
 

Katherine Humphus
BO-beau, Ocean Beach

I really want to give Whisknladle a whirl. I hear nothing but good things and I’m embarrassed that I haven’t been in yet. Their menu looks so scrumptious and always inspires me.
 

Victor Jimenez
Cowboy Star,
East Village

I love Christian
Graves’ cooking style at Jsix and how he uses a lot of local products in his food.
 

 

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