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San Diego restaurant rumors, openings, and coming-soons in July



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Craft distillery Cutwater Spirits has debuted in Miramar. | Photo: John Shultz

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Village North is now open on Convoy Street in Kearny Mesa, serving traditional Chinese cuisine.

 

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Following a temporary closure, Olympic Cafe in North Park has reopened in an expanded space.

 

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Carmel Valley’s Mia Francesca, the Italian eatery from the team behind Davanti Enoteca, has closed.

 

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LoungeSix, the rooftop bar above Hotel Solamar has a new look, new menu items, and a new name—Upper East Bar.

 

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The team behind Trust in Hillcrest has rolled out the cocktail-centric Hundred Proof a few blocks away in the former Sausage & Meat space.

 

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Lot 8 is now open in Mission Valley. The venue hosts private events, pop-ups, cocktail parties, and dinners led by chef Nick Brune of Eco Caters.

 

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Catalina Offshore Products has debuted its own line of canned tuna, featuring US Eastern Pacific bigeye and yellowfin.

 

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Craft distillery Cutwater Spirits has debuted in Miramar. The food spans shared plates, pasta, and a kid’s menu.

 

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Hillcrest staple Busalacchi’s A Modo Mio, once known as Busalacchi’s on Fifth, has shuttered.

 

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Napizza is now serving its signature rectangular slices in Encinitas, its fourth location.

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