10 Hot Plates: San Diego's Top Food News in June
The latest restaurant rumors, openings, and coming-soons
Maya Eatery | Photo: Arlene Ibarra
Consortium Holdings opened a two-story brunch restaurant, Morning Glory, in Little Italy.
Serẽa, a new seafood restaurant from Clique Hospitality, is slated to debut at Hotel del Coronado.
Shake Shack opened its fourth San Diego location in Little Italy.
Giuseppe Ciuffa, founder of Giuseppe Restaurants & Fine Catering, is rolling out Candor, a new restaurant concept in La Jolla.
El Cruce+241, a two-story eatery specializing in food, wine, and beer from Baja, is coming to Chula Vista.
DJ Tangalin (Bivouac Ciderworks) is opening his first solo project, Maya Eatery, a modern Filipino restaurant in Hillcrest.
Replacing the old Café Cabaret in Kensington, Pachamama will have a menu of South American foods with a healthy spin.
After 50 years in North Park, Paesano is closing. Taking its place is Tabu Shabu, a Japanese hot pot concept.
Tim Kolanko, formerly of Blue Bridge Hospitality, is the new executive chef at Cucina Urbana.
Fast-casual Casero Taqueria is opening in The Square, a new retail space in Bressi Ranch.