The Hot New Restaurant Trend Catching Fire in San Diego
The newest menu muse for chefs and restaurateurs? Fire!
One Door North | Photo: Robert Benson
It’s getting hot in here! Three new restaurants are using the centuries-old tradition of cooking over fire.
Fireside by The Patio cooks or smokes every menu item over a flame, taking inspiration from culinary heritages like Argentina and Japan. With nearly all of the seating outside, it’s the ultimate barbecue experience.
2855 Perry Road, Liberty Station
The team behind The Smoking Goat recently debuted One Door North, with campfire-inspired fare, like roasted meats and s’mores desserts, forest-print wallpaper, and safari-style tents for a semiprivate experience.
3422 30th Street, North Park
Opening this month, Campfire occupies more than 6,000 stylish square feet and focuses on locally sourced sustainable meats, seafood, and vegetables cooked over two custom
2725 State Street, Carlsbad