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

Why Holiday Meals Matter

Full of warmth and mortification, the holiday eating season is still a vital ritual

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First Look: Realm of 52 Remedies

Wildly imaginative speakeasy cements the arrival of design to San Diego’s Asian food haven

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Incoming: Bantam's Roost

The owners of Flying Pig Pub + Kitchen are opening a spinoff in Bressi Ranch

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A day at Tuna Dockside Harbor Market

The first in a series documenting San Diego's local fishing community

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The Best Things I Ate This Month: November 2018

Maple-glazed root vegetables at The Cork & Craft, Wagyu fillet with parmesan risotto at Maestoso, and local halibut ceviche at Locale

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The Best Food & Drink Events in November and December

San Diego Bay Wine + Food Festival Grand Tasting, Prisoner Wine Dinner, and Kettner Exchange/You & Yours/Catalina Offshore Dinner

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Big Changes at Urban Solace

A North Park favorite reinvents itself amid changing climate for California restaurants

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Eat This: The Abnormal Experience

Chef Scott Cannon shows off skills beyond his years for this 12-course marathon

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It's Time For Diners To Give Opah A Try

How the sustainable moonfish can help solve the future of seafood

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Taste Test: Maestoso

Roman chef Marco Maestoso is cooking some of the best Italian in San Diego

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First Look: Rendezvous

Downtown gets a 1930s French bar from two of the city’s top cocktail minds

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Incoming: The Hold Fast

One of the country’s top sustainable sushi chefs is opening a handroll bar serving 100-percent local seafood

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A Sake Master In Craft Beer Land

Craft sake is booming in the U.S., and Ayaka Ito is doing her part in San Diego

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California's weak plastic-straw ban

With fast-food restaurants exempted, it's just a feel-good measure

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Best Food & Drink Events in October and November

Spiny lobster dinner, Lieu Dit wine dinner, and ChefsGiving

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Best Things I Ate This Month: October 2018

Cider braised pork cheeks at Vistal, ube panna cotta at Bivouac, and chilaquiles at El Carrito

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Rapid Review: Single Fin Kitchen

Little Italy Food Hall’s pan-global seafood concept puts a fresh spin on raw goods

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Spot Check: The Chipotle of Shawarma

Kearny Mesa’s new arrival SimSim is immaculate, and decent

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Vistal’s Corn Pound Cake is One of the Best

Chef Amy DiBiase walks me through her Mexican riff on the classic

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I Can’t Read Your Menu

Your mood lighting and small font are making my bad eyes worse

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

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