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10 Hot Plates

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



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1

Shake Shack is bringing its first location to San Diego at Westfield UTC this month.

 

2

Rancho Santa Fe restaurant Ponsaty’s has closed. In its place is the Mediterranean-focused Nick & G’s.

 

3

In the former San Diego Cellars space in Little Italy, Carruth Cellars Wine Garden has debuted with wine and cheese pairings and a spacious patio.

 

4

San Diego Cake Pop Shop is now open in North Park, serving bite-size cake pops and hosted beer pairing events.

 

5

Hillcrest’s Industrial Grind has closed their Park Boulevard cafe and moved to a bigger space nearby on University Avenue.

 

6

Dim sum restaurant Fung Fung Yuen debuted in Mira Mesa, with pork buns, spring rolls, craft beer, and more.

 

7

After nine years of pastas and cheese boards in the Gaslamp Quarter, BiCE has closed.

 

 

8

East Village’s Stella Public House and its all-day cafe, Halcyon, opened a second location, in San Marcos’s North City development.

 

9

Eureka! is serving up burgers, modern American comfort food, and whiskey at its new SDSU location.

 

10

The team behind Liberty Public Market is opening Asian fusion spot West Pac Noodle this month in Coronado.

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