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San Diego restaurant rumors, openings, & coming-soons in April
Ceviche House has opened in North Park, serving the namesake dish with ingredients from local purveyors like Specialty Produce and Tuna Harbor Dockside Market.
After successful turns at Farm House Cafe and The Lodge at Torrey Pines, Olivier Bioteau has been named pastry chef at A.R. Valentien.
Taking over the former Brabant Bar & Cafe space in South Park is Del Sur, helmed by chef Sergio Garcia.
L.A.-based Mediterranean street food eatery Spitz has opened in Hillcrest, with shawarmas and a sizable back patio.
Name change alert! Little Italy’s Sirena Gourmet has rebranded as Sirena Cocina Latina, with a more relaxed take on their Latin-style seafood menu.
After 19 years, the North Park coffee shop and cultural hangout Claire de Lune has closed its doors.
Pappalecco has opened a fourth location, this time in Kensington, serving coffee, gelato, panini, pastries, and—new on their menu—pizzas.
The team behind Kettner Exchange and Firehouse will bring two concepts in one to Pacific Beach this fall: a daytime poke eatery dubbed Good Time Poke and The Grass Skirt, a nighttime tiki speakeasy.
Little Italy’s James Coffee Co. has a second location in the works for Bankers Hill, coming this fall.
For more buzz, Encinitas’s Lofty Coffee Co. is slated to open a Little Italy location later this year.