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10 Hot Plates

Rumors, openings, and coming-soons



For the first time in its 50-year history, Bertrand at Mister A’s is now serving weekend brunch on the wraparound deck.



Saltbox at the Hotel Palomar downtown now offers all-you-can-eat mussels on Wednesdays for $19, grilled bread and a beer included.


Kelli Crosson was promoted to executive chef at A. R. Valentien recently when Kara Snyder announced a move to Tender Greens.


My Big Fat Greek Restaurant is coming soon to Temecula, promising Greek food, live music, and a portion of proceeds donated to local charities.


The folks behind Blue Ribbon Artisan Pizza and Craftsman American Tavern in North County will soon open Blue Ribbon Rustic Kitchen in Hillcrest.


Amaya La Jolla (a second installment of the Amaya at the Grand del Mar) is under construction on Prospect Street in La Jolla.


From the family that brought you Salvatore’s downtown and When in Rome in Encinitas, look for Rosina’s Italian Restaurant to open soon in Santaluz in the former Cavaillon space.

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The chef behind J Wok opened J&T Thai Street Food in Linda Vista a few months ago and is already making waves for his Thai tea.


Sublime Alehouse is coming to the Del Mar space once occupied by Tommy V’s, with a focus on craft beer and comfort food.



Abe Froman’s is still bringing sausage to Hillcrest, only under a different name. Salt & Cleaver will debut this spring.

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