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

Impressions: 85°C Bakery Café

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

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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.

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Time to Tax Liquid Smokes

Every American city should follow Berkeley and tax soda

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Dear Soda

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

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

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

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Best Things I Ate This Month: February 2015

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

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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

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Dear Kale

A breakup letter to America's favorite salad green.

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FIRST LOOK: Oceana Coastal Kitchen

Catamaran Resort unveils its new $2.1 million restaurant

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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.

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FIRST LOOK: Inland Tavern

Casual gourmet spot with chef Rob Conaway takes over Penny Lane spot in San Marcos

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The Best Food & Drink Events This Month: January 2015

Welcome Back Foie Gras Dinner, Campari Cocktail Classic, Wine Wednesdays With Joshua Orr

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Best Things I Ate This Month: January 2015

Loup Du Mer at Bijou, Spicy Pappardelle Bolognese at Double Standard, Cronut at Nutmeg Bakery & Cafe

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THOUGHTS ON FOIE GRAS #5

California's ban on foie gras has been lifted, and some chefs are a little afraid to serve it.

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THOUGHTS ON FOIE GRAS #4

For the last two years, "there was a guy" who would sell foie out of his car.

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THOUGHTS ON FOIE GRAS #3

Is foie gras really about animal rights, or is it a class war?

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THOUGHTS ON FOIE GRAS #2

Some really bad foie gras is about to hit California.

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THOUGHTS ON FOIE GRAS

Lifting California's foie gras ban is not about freedom.

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Food Self-Righteousness Is For Assholes

Gawker calls foie gras eaters lots of bad names. A response.

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INCOMING: Sovereign

Alex Thao taps Michelin-starred Vietnamese chef Michael Bao Huynh for new San Diego restaurant, Sovereign.

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The 46th Annual National Philanthropy Day Takes Place on November 5

The celebration will be from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Town & Country Hotel in Mission Valley
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