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A Taste of the Past Aug 02, 2014 The tasting event focuses on the foods of early San Diego during the mid-1800s and how they reflected the many cultural influences of that time. Demonstrations of various historical food preparations will be taking place in the plaza. 78 other events on Saturday, August 2
 
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Wednesday, September 1,2010
Food & Drink

A friendly face

Ocean Beach’s O’Bistro is the genuine neighborhood article

By Jenny Montgomery
Wednesday, August 25,2010
Food & Drink

Fried and true

Chiba melds tradition and innovation into Japanese fare

By Lorena Nava Ruggero
Wednesday, August 18,2010
Food & Drink

Banking on it

The new model for how San Diegans want to eat

Wednesday, August 11,2010
Food & Drink

Carbs rellenos

Five spots to get a damn-good stuffed-chile burrito

By Kinsee Morlan
Wednesday, August 4,2010
Food & Drink

Hot town

If you can take the heat, spend a summer in Spicy City

Wednesday, July 28,2010
Food & Drink

Homemade hospitality

Old Town gets a dose of sincere, simple Italian

By Candice Woo
It took favorable reports from friends to prompt me to visit 25 Forty Bistro & Bakehouse, which opened six months ago on one of Old Town’s main drags.
Wednesday, July 21,2010
Food & Drink

Food and fan-demonium

A few spots for fueling up during Comic-Con

By Candice Woo
If you’re visiting from out of town, welcome. And, if you eat something good in San Diego, please go back home and tell your friends. If you’re a local and tend to avoid the Gaslamp, don’t be scared. Come on down, find a sidewalk patio seat and watch the weird and wonderful world go by.
Tuesday, July 13,2010
Food & Drink

Nayarit would be proud

Mariscos Los Koras does seafood—and refried beans—right

By Candice Woo
I feel bad denying the mariachis. They look great in their studded charro suits and wide-brimmed hats as they come up to our table with expectant looks in their eyes, ready to entertain. I want to say yes, but we end up shaking our heads no; our crew of eaters is too deep in food and conversation to take in a musical interlude.
Wednesday, July 7,2010
Food & Drink

With flair to spare

Sandwiches and salads get the Enoteca Style treatment

By Candice Woo
When in a wine bar, drink the wine. I’m tempted not to, since I’ve got beer-tunnel vision, and because Enoteca Style, like more and more wine bars, offers a decent beer selection—two taps and a good bottle list of mostly imports, some locals. But when the server came to take our order and my friends wanted to share a bottle of French red, I was in. Wednesdays are half-price bottle night, and I can’t argue with that.
Wednesday, June 30,2010
Food & Drink

Seoul food

The former Halmouny gets new digs but keeps hold of traditio

By Candice Woo
On initial impression, the surroundings at Kearny Mesa's Halmouny didn't really inspire rapture, but I hoped that the food would. Not much had changed since the previous tenant, a Rice King, had closed shop.
 
 
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