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Wednesday, August 10,2011
Nibbles

One last nibble

Irving Berlin and Paul Reubens help usher me out

By Brook Larios
I’ve been dishing nibbles of food news to you for a year now and, like most things in life, from restaurants to relationships, this column has run its course for me and, thus, will not flex its muscles in the new version of CityBeat that will be unveiled next week.
Wednesday, August 3,2011
Nibbles

Avocados and chocolate in the news

This week's items include tidbits about Jsix, Dallman's, The Red Door, Crush, the Coronado Grub Sprawl and California Avocado Grill

By Brook Larios
This week's items include tidbits about Jsix, Dallman's, The Red Door, Crush, the Coronado Grub Sprawl and California Avocado Grill
Wednesday, July 27,2011
Nibbles

Boundless burgers—and bacon

The closing of a venerable establishment and recent and forthcoming openings, including a slew of hamburger joints

By Brook Larios
You know 50 Cent? He has nothing to do with Slater’s 50/50, a burger place with locations in Huntington Beach, Anaheim and, this fall or winter, replacing Point Loma Sports Grill & Pub (2750 Dewey Road, Liberty Station).
Wednesday, July 20,2011
Nibbles

Smoking with Matt

New places to eat, a place to sleep and eat, The Cooking Channel and cigar food

By Brook Larios
New places to eat, a place to sleep and eat, The Cooking Channel and cigar food
Wednesday, July 13,2011
Nibbles

TV makeover

Three new restos, one forthcoming and The Food Network's in town

By Brook Larios

Three new restos, one forthcoming and The Food Network's in town

Wednesday, July 6,2011
Nibbles

Say your goodbyes

Two chef departures, a new farmers market, a new restaurant and where to grub at next week’s Pride fest

By Brook Larios
Two chef departures, a new farmers market, a new restaurant and where to grub at next week’s Pride fest
Wednesday, June 29,2011
Nibbles

The good, the bad and the exciting

Chocolate, new restaurant openings and the closure of a local farm

By Brook Larios
Chocolate, new restaurant openings and the closure of a local farm
Wednesday, June 22,2011
Nibbles

Happier still

Industry and late-night happy hours, Beer & Sake Festival, an award-winning cookbook and Eden’s new executive chef

By Brook Larios
Industry and late-night happy hours, Beer & Sake Festival, an award-winning cookbook and Eden’s new executive chef
Tuesday, June 14,2011
Nibbles

Here’s your change

New menus, overhauls and a little drama

By Brook Larios
Keeping up with Peter Zakarian is akin to keeping up with a certain Armenian celebrity and her family.
Wednesday, June 8,2011
Nibbles

Art, food and a new dude

AGRI*PLANET at Alchemy, Cavaillon’s new chef/owner, Eclipse Chocolat’s new brunch menu, a festival for the women’s museum and a food-truck anniversary

By Brook Larios
AGRI*PLANET at Alchemy, Cavaillon’s new chef/owner, Eclipse Chocolat’s new brunch menu, a festival for the women’s museum and a food-truck anniversary
 
 
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