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San Diego Restaurant Openings & Rumors in January

This month's top dining and drinking news



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Shake Shack has plans to come to San Diego.

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The team behind The Patio on Goldfinch and Fireside has launched the casual Harvest by The Patio in the East Village.

 

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Ajisen Ramen has opened its doors in Kearny Mesa, with fried oysters, udon and rice bowls, sushi, ramen burgers, and mochi.

 

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Carlsbad Village welcomes Barrel Republic, a self-serve beer spot with 52 brews on tap.

 

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The California Fruit Wine Co. has taken over the Hillcrest Vinavanti Urban Winery space, offering tasting flights and wine growlers.

 

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Newport Beach–based Solti will open an eight-tap organic pressed juice tasting room in Miramar early this year.

 

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J & L Eppig Brewing has debuted in North Park, part of Brewery Igniter, an incubator that supports brewery startups.

 

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Saltbox Dining & Drinking at the Palomar Hotel has closed and will open as Mexican street food eatery Curadero in February.

 

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East Coast burger juggernaut Shake Shack has announced plans to open their first San Diego location next year in Westfield UTC.

 

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Two years after opening on Park Boulevard, S&M Sausage & Meat has shuttered its doors in Hillcrest.

 

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New to Kearny Mesa, Facing East Noodle & Bar serves pork dumplings with add-ins like foie gras and black truffle.

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