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San Diego restaurant rumors, openings, and coming-soons in January
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Legendary seafood restaurant Anthony’s Fish Grotto will close its doors in one year, making way for a new dining complex made up of Brigantine on the Bay, Miguel’s Cocina, Ketch Grill & Taps, and Portside Gelato & Coffee
Grand Ole BBQ y Asado, which blends southern Texan and Argentinian grilling traditions, has opened in North Park.
So long, Sorrento Valley! Hello, Hillcrest! Vinavanti Urban Winery has moved from the northern neighborhood to a corner spot on University Avenue with terroir-driven wines and light bites.
After head chef Chad White announced a move back to his native Spokane, Común Kitchen & Tavern has shuttered in the East Village.
Manzanita Roasting Company has opened in Rancho Bernardo, with coffee beans roasted on-site.
After five years serving Bay Ho, Kitchen 4140 has closed. Chef Kurt Metzger plans to open a new concept near downtown this year.
Heaven Sent Desserts has relaunched in a new North Park location two doors down from its original home, with new pastry chef Jean Marie Verhoeven at the helm.
Table 926, the Pacific Beach eatery that blended California cuisine with Mediterranean and Latin influences, has closed.
Extraordinary Desserts is now offering sweet and savory items to go, like their ready-to-bake cookie dough, at Specialty Produce’s Middletown warehouse.
Cohn Restaurant Group will unveil Coin Haus, a 2,400-square-foot arcade and tap room in La Mesa, this summer.