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Food and Drink

Restaurant reviews and food trends in San Diego

Incoming: El Bizcocho Remodel

Details of El Bizcocho’s $2.5 million reno

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Local Bounty: October 15

Lobster! The Local Season Begins

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Everyday Eats: Snooze Continental

This three-part breakfast at Snooze will fill you up without weighing you down.

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Bigger, Better, New

SD Restaurant news for the restaurant news-famished

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Beer of the Week: October 11

Neighborhood 5th Anniversary Blends

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Incoming: Buona Forchetta

Traditional, authentic Neapolitan pizza to hit San Diego

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New Heights

Normal Heights getting a slew of new hangouts

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Local Bounty: October 8

Chef’s Choice: Miguel Valdez of The Red Door and The Wellington

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Everyday Eats: Brussels Sprout Pizza at Brick + Mortar

Try this creatively-topped pizza for brunch

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Beer of the Week: October 5

White Labs Belgian Golden Ales (alcohol by volume varies)

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