10 Hot Plates: Top San Diego Restaurant News in November
San Diego restaurant rumors, openings, and coming-soons
Gaslamp’s Queensborough has debuted its underground social club, Downtown, with a build-your-own barrel-aged cocktail program and a rotating lineup of DJs.
North Park has welcomed Soi 30th, a casual Thai eatery in the former Amorcito Corazón Mexican Bistro space.
Fishmonger’s Market has opened in Mission Hills, selling sustainably sourced, fresh seafood, as well as prepared items like lobster salad.
Nomad Donuts has a new, expanded North Park space on University Avenue, doling out their signature creative donuts along with wood-fired bagels.
Vegan favorite Plant Power Fast Food now touts a drive-thru restaurant in Encinitas, serving its GMO- and cholesterol-free menu.
Portland-based Coava Coffee Roasters has opened on the ground level of downtown’s Westin San Diego hotel.
Little Italy has launched Roma Urban Market, a gourmet grocer and eatery with a breakfast bar and a sandwich station, plus prepared eats like arancini.
Temp has debuted in Chula Vista from chef Steve Brown, who’s serving bistro fare like bouillabaisse and French onion soup with a modern spin.
De Passion Fruit is open in National City, with juices, smoothies, salads, and sandwiches.
Liberty Public Market’s newest tenant is Rakiraki Ramen, the third outpost for the Japanese eatery.