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

Overnight Success: San Diego's Mush Lands Deal on 'Shark Tank'

Co-founder Kat Thomas spills the beans on the experience, and where the overnight oats company is going next

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World-Class Wine—In O.B.?

Upstart urban winery Gianni Buonomo wins double-gold in America’s largest wine competition

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First Look: Mavericks Beach Club

Verant Group opens up a new Baja-inspired play land in Pacific Beach

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From Brilliant to Disturbing, Momofuku Ko Is Worth the Trip

A course-by-course review of David Chang’s famed tasting menu restaurant in NYC

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The Impossible Burger Has Arrived in San Diego

Taste-testing the bloody, plant-based, $250 million science project

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Dinner and a Show: Born & Raised Brings Back Tableside Dining

The Little Italy steakhouse has revived an old tradition. Why did it ever go away?

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Best Things I Ate This Month: February 2018

Bread at Born & Raised, apple turnover at Moms, and the tasting menu at Nine-Ten

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Best Food and Drink Events in February and March

Animalon at Finca Altozano, San Diego Magazine's Brunch Bash, and Beer Fest at Harrah’s

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Fear and Pies: Julian Is a Welcome Escape from the City

Exploring mines and eating Moms apple pie in the historic mountain town

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Drop What You're Doing and Order These Dishes at Village North

San Diego may finally have quality Chinese food in this spot on Convoy

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First Look: Bivouac Ciderworks

A new craft cidery opens in North Park, designed for the outdoors person in all of us

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An Open Letter to Kombucha: Why Are You So Addicting?

It’s the grossest thing I’ve ever loved (and where to find it in San Diego)

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San Telmo Brings Argentine Fast-Casual to Downtown

Meat lovers need to try the marinated-meat sandwiches at this unassuming new spot

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Best Food & Drink Events in January

Farm to Fork Week, San Diego Restaurant Week, and Fish & Game Tequila Dinners at Herb & Wood

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Best Things I Ate This Month: January 2018

Yellowtail aguachile at Red O, The Capri Sandwich at Nutmeg Bakery and Café, and grass-fed steak at Urban Plates

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First Look: Cloak & Petal

The owners of Tajima bring Japanese small plates to Little Italy with Cloak & Petal

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Best Food & Drink Events in December

Holiday Remix Party at the US Grant Hotel, Salt & Straw Pop-Up at Herb & Wood, and Cookie Class at Café 21

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Best Things I Ate This Month: December 2017

The Champ Burger at Barleymash, truffle risotto at Giardino, and the oatmeal at Northside Shack

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Giardino Is a Hidden Gem in Lemon Grove

East County has a new hit with this southern Italian bistro

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Trish Watlington Is Selling The Red Door

The farm-to-table missionary is getting out of the restaurant business, but not food

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