Spring 2019

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SD Food News

The hottest thing in San Diego food right now just might be Tijuana.

First Look: Ciccia Osteria

Husband-and-wife chefs take a break from high-end cuisine with a ‘little house’

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The Best Food and Drink Events in June and July

Chefs Sake Dinner, Beer & Sake Festival, and Wing Fest

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The Best Things I Ate This Month: June 2019

Nachos at 10 Barrel, tequila flan at Death by Tequila, and elote at Gravity Heights

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The Best Veggie Burgers in San Diego

The citywide hunt for the best plant-based burger found a clear winner

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San Diego's First Michelin Star Restaurant Is...

The Del Mar restaurant earned it years ago, and kept earning it until it arrived

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Road-Trip: Pappy and Harriet’s

Troy is the last human in Southern California to visit Pappy & Harriet’s

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Campfire, El Jardin, Juniper & Ivy earn Michelin Bib Gourmand honors

Eight restaurants in San Diego highlighted for high-quality, affordable eats

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Brisket with Guy Fieri

A little backstory for tonight’s San Diego episode of Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives

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How Blue Water Seafood built one of the country’s best fish markets

“You had to know how to fight”

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Stop Cheapening Mexican Food

Just stop it.

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