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10 Hot Plates: San Diego's Top Food News in September

The latest restaurant rumors, openings, and coming-soons



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Young Hickory in the East Village

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Bottlecraft has opened a new location in Sorrento Valley with 23 taps, including one for local hard kombucha brand JuneShine.

 

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Barrio Logan’s mixed-use building Mercado del Barrio has added the Vietnamese concept Pho Bo alongside Attitude Brewing Co., Dough Nation, and Maggie’s Café.

 

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From the team behind Breakfast Republic comes North Park Breakfast Co., slated to debut this month on University Avenue at Iowa Street.

 

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Following success in North Park, Grand Ole BBQ y Asado is set to unveil a second, more expansive space this month. Beyond barbecue, the Flinn Springs restaurant has horseshoes and a stage for live music.

 

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Simsim has debuted in Kearny Mesa, with shawarma wraps and bowls in a space outfitted by design team Bells + Whistles (Campfire, Starlite).

 

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New to the IDEA1 complex, Young Hickory is pouring espresso drinks and serving both breakfast and lunch at their second outpost, located in the East Village.

 

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Hand-tossed thin-crust pies are on the menu at Surf Rider Pizza Co.’s new locations in Mission Beach and Crown Point. A La Mesa location is expected to open this fall.

 

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East Village icon Cafe Chloe has closed after 14 years of quiche, croque monsieur, and café au lait.

 

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Taking over Crudo’s former spot in Carmel Valley, Casa Rústica is serving mole chilaquiles, ceviches, and more. Look for their fast-casual taqueria, California Taco Club, next door.

 

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619 Distillery is now open in North Park, home of local spirit brand 619 Vodka served in cocktails along with a menu of rib eye, short-rib poutine, and bone marrow.

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