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  • Restaurateur masters wholesome Latin cuisine

    Restaurateur masters wholesome Latin cuisine

    Long before it was trendy, Isabel Cruz, of Isabel’s Cantina and Coffee Cup, was putting a healthy spin on Latin cuisine. Back in the 1990s, when she opened her first restaurant, The Mission, she put dishes on the menu she wanted to eat and would be healthful but that wouldn’t make her feel that...

  • K Sandwiches re-opens after 2015 fire

    K Sandwiches re-opens after 2015 fire

    The line was out the door and in the parking lot at K Sandwiches in Kearny Mesa on the second day of the grand re-opening, January 6, 2018. The restaurant  burned to the ground in 2015 and re-opened for the first time, January 5.  

  • Soups, stews and chilis to warm your soul

    Soups, stews and chilis to warm your soul

    Winter is a relative term in San Diego, so these bowls are here to provide warmth and comfort whenever needed.

  • Appetite to help: Dine out for HIV/AIDS care

    Appetite to help: Dine out for HIV/AIDS care

    Subaru is again hosting the annual “Dining Out For Life,” a restaurant-based call to action for HIV/AIDS care, prevention, education, testing, counseling and other essential services at a number of cities. To lend a forkful, diners can stop at any of 3,000 participating restaurants in more than...

  • Three high-profile San Diego restaurants acquired by Las Vegas company

    Three high-profile San Diego restaurants acquired by Las Vegas company

    The Prepkitchen chain of three restaurants, which began life eight years ago as a small La Jolla storefront, has been sold to a newly formed Las Vegas hospitality company that hopes to inject new life into the well-known eateries. In addition to La Jolla, Prepkitchen also has locations in Del Mar...

  • 2017's top San Diego dining stories

    2017's top San Diego dining stories

    It’s been a year of delicious highs and disappointing lows. Here’s a taste of the 2017 dining year in review. Restaurant of the Year The most anticipated opening of the year lived up to the hype. Little Italy’s Born & Raised is a stunning $6.5 million fine-dining showpiece that has raised the restaurant...

  • Ramen 101: How to order like a pro

    Ramen 101: How to order like a pro

    Navigating the menu at ramen restaurants can be confusing, but not with these helpful tips.

  • Giardino Neighborhood Cucina: A taste of Italy in East County

    Giardino Neighborhood Cucina: A taste of Italy in East County

    For Karina Kravalis and Marco Provino, love blossomed over a plate of spaghetti di mare. The seafood dish — a specialty by Provino, a chef — proved to be the key that unlocked Kravalis’ heart. “This is the pasta that when we started dating, Marco was always making for me,” she says. “I’m a seafood...

  • 66 restaurants to help you welcome 2018 in San Diego

    66 restaurants to help you welcome 2018 in San Diego

    Wrap up 2017 with dinner plans at some of San Diego’s swankiest restaurants and treat yourself to a delectable meal, some midnight kisses and Champagne toasts to a new year. Reservations are highly recommended. New Year’s Eve Corvette Diner is throwing a New Year’s Eve bash perfect for the entire...

  • Where to dine on Hanukkah and Christmas in San Diego County

    Where to dine on Hanukkah and Christmas in San Diego County

    Have yourself a merry little Christmas and leave the stressful meal planning and preparation at home this year. Let the chefs and their culinary teams help you start a new yuletide tradition with family and friends by giving the gift of holiday fare at any one of San Diego’s many fine eateries....

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