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Restaurant Review: Bottega Americano

Bottega Americano is the new breed of highly ambitious American restaurant
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La Vida Vegan: Now That’s a Wrap

Spicy salsa balances the sweet corn in a hearty, but meatless, tamale

Sweet Spot: Chocolate Stout Whoopie Pie

Not much could distract us from the jaw-dropping bay views at Tidal, until dessert comes

Trend: Having a Meatball

San Diego finally seems to be catching on to the meatball trend
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Impressions: 85°C Bakery Café

The "Starbucks of Taiwan," 85°C Bakery Café, opens first outpost in San Diego.

San Diego Will Get Beard Award

We predict a win for William Bradley at this year's James Beard Awards. Plus, Phil's BBQ eyes Rancho Bernardo and rumblings about a Downtown Harney Sushi.

Restaurant Review: Bottega Americano

Bottega Americano is the new breed of highly ambitious American restaurant

La Vida Vegan: Now That’s a Wrap

Spicy salsa balances the sweet corn in a hearty, but meatless, tamale

First Look: Inland Tavern

With Brothers Provisions, Bellamy’s, and now Inland Tavern in the area, culinary options in inland North County are looking up

Very Important Taco: Azul Taco

Haggo’s Tacos' new space is sleeker, but the tacos are still rustic, street-style, and made with everything organic and local

10 Hot Plates

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

Sweet Spot: Chocolate Stout Whoopie Pie

Not much could distract us from the jaw-dropping bay views at Tidal, until dessert comes

Eat This: The Kraken

Tacos Kokopelli has brought innovative tacos and unforgettable salsas to the streets of Tijuana

New Restaurant: Oceana Coastal Kitchen

A San Diego classic, face-lifted—it wasn’t cheap, but it was about time

Trend: Having a Meatball

San Diego finally seems to be catching on to the meatball trend

Time to Tax Liquid Smokes

Every American city should follow Berkeley and tax soda

Dear Soda

Berkeley is the first U.S. city to tax soda. America's soda love affair is over.

The Best Food & Drink Events This Month: February-March 2015

Wine & Dine at La Valencia, Dinner at Deckman's, Kitchen Collaborations at Jsix

Best Things I Ate This Month: February 2015

Baby Kale Caesar at Comun, Maine Diver Scallop at Marine Room, A Burger at Hodad’s

R.I.P.: Mike "Bossman" Hardin

The San Diego restaurant scene lost a legend last week when Mike “Bossman” Hardin of Hodad’s passed away

Dear Kale

A breakup letter to America's favorite salad green.

FIRST LOOK: Oceana Coastal Kitchen

Catamaran Resort unveils its new $2.1 million restaurant

You're Sitting on Pearl Jam's Flannel

Why are there so many mismatched chairs in restaurants these days? Same reason Eddie Vedder wore flannel.

Restaurant Review: Común

The East Village’s newest hot spot offers the equivalent of a Mexican food unicorn—light fare

La Vida Vegan: V is for Banh Mi

North Park brewpub offers more than pizza and beer

Very Important Taco: Juan's Breakfast Tacos

Wake up with these breakfast tacos from Snooze, an A.M. Eatery

New Restaurant: Double Standard

This place is a looker, with meat-hook chandeliers and perimeter patio seating on Mad Hatter-style furniture

Eat This: Tostadas

All hail the queen of streetside seafood, Doña Sabina Bandera

10 Hot Plates

Rumors, openings, & coming-soons in February

Sweet Spot: Chocolate Cup

Kettner Exchange is turning up the lava cake volume

Winter Brew Fest

Ever wonder how many beer festivals one city can sustain? In San Diego, it seems the thirst is unquenchable, as a new one crops up just about every month
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