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Double Standard | Photo by Luis Garcia

Let’s face it, who doesn’t like to be first? In the news biz, we are all about being the first to discover, investigate, and report stories to our readers. And San Diego Magazine’s resident food critic Troy Johnson has made it his personal mission to keep this tradition alive in the local restaurant scene. Think of him as a little foodie fly on the wall, scouting the city’s newest menus and design concepts. Want a glimpse? Be sure to check our EAT section every month and Troy’s blog, SD Food News here on sandiegomagazine.com, for exclusive previews of the latest hot spots and more. Now, if only those photos came with a guaranteed reservation…

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