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Farm to Fable

Deception, fraud, and honest mistakes in the farm-to-table movement
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Restaurant Review: Sirena

Little Italy’s new Latin option is a hot, exciting mess

Very Important Taco: Fish Taco

Mostly true to the classic Baja style, the fish tacos at Salud have a few twists

La Vida Vegan: A Sea of Greens

A seafood spot with more than fish on the menu
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Getting to the Root of Beer at Mission

Dan Selis wondered, if he were able to offer visitors non-beer options, would he significantly increase Mission’s following?

Behind the Story: Farm to Fable

The "farm-to-table" movement has spawned a new kind of fraud. Farmers, chefs and food thinkers tell stories about how some restaurants are defrauding everyone. Call it Farm-to-fable.

Farm to Fable

Deception, fraud, and honest mistakes in the farm-to-table movement

Restaurant Review: Sirena

Little Italy’s new Latin option is a hot, exciting mess

Now Open: Park & Rec

You don’t have to pledge a fraternity to enjoy playing games while you drink

Sweet Spot: Artisan Shaved Snow

Iceskimo makes their own giant tubs of flavored ice, then shave it in perfect, thin ribbons

Brew News: Roll Out the Barrel

In pursuit of a sour beer, the latest crop of San Diego brewers walk a dangerous line by allowing bacteria into the process

New Restaurant: Sovereign

A year contract. That’s what restaurateur Alex Thao says he has with chef Michael Bao Huynh

10 Hot Plates

San Diego restaurant rumors, openings, & coming-soons in July

Very Important Taco: Fish Taco

Mostly true to the classic Baja style, the fish tacos at Salud have a few twists

La Vida Vegan: A Sea of Greens

A seafood spot with more than fish on the menu

Eat This: House Ceviche at Muelle Tres

On the seaside boardwalk in Ensenada, the quaint Muelle Tres offers fresh seafood and icy cold locally brewed beers

Menu Makeover

Step aside, Sbarro. Tijuana’s gastronomic revolution invades its oldest shopping mall

Summer Eats: Blog Bites

Five local food bloggers dish on their favorite summer watering holes

Eat. This. Now.

What is Bucherondin cheese and why is it delicious? Who named the Rainer cherry? What exactly does micro-green mean? It all comes together in this phenomenal bruschetta at Bankers Hill Bar + Restaurant.

Let Us Eat Meat

As it stands now, San Diegans, by and large, can't eat their own locally raised meat at restaurants or buy it at retail. How is this possible? A few proposed solutions.

Have a Beer with Council Brewer Liz Chism

I figured that Council Brewing Co.’s one-year anniversary was an opportune time to ask brewer Liz Chism how it’s all going

Slaughterhouse Rules

San Diego hasn't had a USDA-approved slaughterhouse in 15 years. That means most of the animals raised in our backyard can't be sold at retail or restaurants. Jack Ford of Taj Farms has ideas to change that.

The Best Food & Drink Events This Month: June-July 2015

Del Mar Summer Solstice, Hop-Con 3.0: W00tstout, Collections: Chef Justin Cogley at Addison Del Mar

Best Things I Ate This Month: June 2015

Strawberries at Chino Farms, El Chileno Ceviche at Sirena Latin Gourmet, Pain Au Chocolat at Le Parfait Paris

Behind the Best Restaurants List

A behind-the-scenes look at San Diego Magazine's Best Restaurants list. Ten facts about how the list is made and why San Diego's food scene has arrived.

Brewery Spotlight: Duck Foot Brewing Co.

In order to survive, new San Diego breweries better have something unique to distinguish them from their competitors

Here, Taste This…

Cheesecake paired with Mother Earth's "Summer" makes for a craft beer epiphany

Creating a Beer with Tony Gwynn

The Tale of .394 Pale Ale

FIRST LOOK: Sovereign

This week, Sovereign Kitchen + Bar opens in Downtown with Michelin-awarded, Iron Chef Vietnam Michael Bao Huynh. Take a look at the first photos.

2015 Best Restaurants in San Diego

Brunch, burritos, brewpubs, and more! It's our annual, reader-voted list of the best food and drink in town

Restaurant Review: The Smoking Goat

How the Smoking Goat bistro became a neighborhood classic
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