Matt Potter 3:30 p.m., Dec. 20
Open and Shut archive for September, 2013
Busalacchi group replaces L'Angolino with a flashier, seafood-centric version of itself.
Apparently, the Busalacchi-owned L’Angolino North End Lounge wasn’t cutting it. The successful group, which seems to comprise half the restaurants ...
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Bittersweet Memories and a Will This is our summer of profound discontent. Ma passes. For the first time in ten ...
Locally-sourced, sustainable meat comes to Uptown.
We San Diegans like things crafty. We shop for locally-sourced produce and homemade hummus at the farmers’ market. We drink ...
Should we have a problem with “schoolgirl-clad” servers?
George’s on Fifth, the well-settled steak place you’d see downtown powerbrokers eating at as you hurried by, is history. Even ...
New sake house in Hillcrest improves upon the old, better fills the niche between Tek Chan and Masa.
Yu Me Ya Sake House struggled in Hillcrest despite the sterling reputation founded by the restaurant’s original location in Encinitas. ...
North Park sandwich and munchie shop offers something a little different.
It pains me to have invested so many bites and miles into Tour de Cheesesteak, only to have the place ...
Filipino bakery's cheese balls are a must have among many tasty confections.
Here’s a place so new and off the radar that it’s hard to google: J&H Hopia (3403 East Plaza Boulevard, ...