Restaurants

  • Would you eat algae pasta?

    Would you eat algae pasta?

    San Diego’s Triton Algae Innovations says the Food and Drug Administration has accepted its edible algae as safe to eat. The FDA’s designation clears the way for the startup to sell its algae as a food ingredient. The FDA says it has “no questions” that Triton’s algae falls under Generally Recognized...

  • Two restaurants introduce San Diegans to cuisine of Azerbaijan

    Two restaurants introduce San Diegans to cuisine of Azerbaijan

    If you haven’t yet discovered the Gaslamp’s Cafe 21 or its sister University Heights location, you’re in for a surprise. When you first enter the Gaslamp restaurant, you’ll notice the colorful textiles, cut-out copper pendulum chandeliers and Islamic motif-inspired wall décor, all set against the...

  • Dish It Up: Little fish in a big pond

    Dish It Up: Little fish in a big pond

    What started out as a small burger venture in Bankers Hill grew into a viral phenomenon and now, The Balboa is set to open second location in Chula Vista.

  • Will Cesarina help lift San Diego's Italian restaurant scene?

    Will Cesarina help lift San Diego's Italian restaurant scene?

    Tiramisù means pull me up in English, so named for its espresso-soaked savoiardi (ladyfingers) that give you a little after-dinner boost. But I’d argue that the version of this Italian dessert at Point Loma’s month-old eatery Cesarina should be called tiranoisù — pull us up. Not just because Cesarina’s...

  • Family-run pancake house opens Carlsbad location

    Family-run pancake house opens Carlsbad location

    When it comes to American comfort food and hospitality, Richard Walker Jr. says serving it up fast and piping hot is in his blood. Walker is a third-generation restaurateur and the owner of the Richard Walker’s Pancake House that opened Monday in the new Square at Bressi Ranch shopping center in...

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