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

INCOMING: Besta-Wan Big House

After 50 years, a Cardiff-by-the-Sea institution goes big

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G'NIGHT: Meatball Cucina (Sora)

Meatball Cucina (formerly Sora) closes

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THE RETURN: Amiko Gubbins

From rock star chef to corporate menu genie, a top S.D. chef is back

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INCOMING: Dunkin' Donuts

San Diego's first location going into Embassy Suites in Downtown

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CASUALIZATION: Matt Gordon's Perspective

Urban Solace's chef-owner Matt Gordon on whether gourmet's gone a little too casual

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The Casualization of Dining

Mister A's owner Bertrand Hug weighs in on whether today's restaurants are too casual

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HIRE LEARNING: Jack Fisher, Ben Moore Join Cohns

Top pastry chef Jack Fisher goes savory in I.B.; La Mesa to get former Parallel 33 star Ben Moore

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INCOMING: Venga Venga

Famed Mexican chef Richard Sandoval confirms restaurant in Chula Vista

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The Best Things I Ate This Month: September Main Dish

Vanilla-Melon Gazpacho at Fig Fest | Wood-roasted lobster at Sea & Smoke | Classic Pie at Blue Ribbon Artisanal Pizzeria

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Top Food Events: September Main Dish

Restaurant Week | All Things Agave: A Craft Cocktail Soiree at Rancho Valencia | 9th Annual Chef Showdown at NTC Promenade

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Casual Hex in San Diego

The over-casualization of San Diego restaurants is like when punk died

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Kangaroo Burger @ Slater's 50/50

San Diego-based burger chain's newest creation is half bacon, half adorable ground marsupial

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THE BIG IDEA: Urge Craft Alley

The north county empire-builders strike with 24,000 square-foot resto/brewery/bowl

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INCOMING: Casa Q'ero

Encinitas' favorite South American bistro expands further south

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INCOMING: A Bunch of Stuff

Ballast Point looks for big new brewery; Urge goes bowling in Vista; Amici's to Hillcrest

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NEW FACE: Market Del Mar

Market restaurant in Del Mar taps Basile Studios for reinvention

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FIVE THINGS: Kamikaze 7

Five things to impress your friends with at Downtown's new sushi joint

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The Best Things I Ate This Month: August Main Dish

Lobster Poutine @ Great Maple | Pumpkin Sesame Donut @ Paris Baguette | Beef kebab @ Grill House Cafe

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Top Food Events: August Main Dish

Stone 17th Anniversary & Invitational Beer Festival | Summersalt Cocktail Showdown | "Mexitalian" Showdown

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INCOMING: American Voodoo

Filmmaker and Southern food guy Josh Hamlin opens University Heights joint

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

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