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Wednesday, August 4,2010
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The new Food 4 Kids Backpack program

This week's food news includes a new Food Bank program, a San Diego Roots event, cupcakes and more

By Candice Woo
Wednesday, July 28,2010
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A great space for cooking classes and more San Diego food news

Macy's presents Andrea Robinson, Stone Brewing Co.’s 14th Anniversary Celebration and more

By Candice Woo
Macy's presents Andrea Robinson, Stone Brewing Co.’s 14th Anniversary Celebration and more
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
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Belgium’s Independence Day and the rest of this week's San Diego food news

O’Brien’s Pub celebrates Belgium's Independence Day by tapping kegs, Urban Solace serves up a Belgium beer and more news for foodies

By Candice Woo
O’Brien’s Pub celebrates Belgium's Independence Day by tapping kegs, Urban Solace serves up a Belgium beer and more news for foodies
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.
Wednesday, July 14,2010
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MIHO Gastrotruck, Alpine Beer Company and more San Diego food news

MIHO holds a summer party, Alpine Beer Company work to open a brewpub and more news for San Diego foodies

By Candice Woo
On Saturday, July 17, starting at 7 p.m., MIHO Gastrotruck will hold a summer kick-off party at its newest stop behind the colorful Mexican gifts and home store Casa Artelexia (2419 Kettner Blvd.), just south of The Casbah. MIHO’s co-founders, Juan Miron and Kevin Ho, who share responsibilities behind the grill and at the wheel, first tried to find a spot for the truck in central Little Italy but were met with resistance from the local business association.
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
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A new pizzeria and the rest of this week's foodie news

Focaccia Gourmet Pizzeria holds its grand opening, The Gourmet Experience is coming to town and more local food news

By Candice Woo
La Focaccia Gourmet Pizzeria will hold its grand opening on Thursday, July 15. The new Hillcrest eatery (416 University Ave., Suite 100) is run by Michelle Morreale and her Sicilian-born chef husband, Alberto, who brings his years of experience working in restaurants in Italy to La Focaccia’s brick-oven-pizza-driven menu.
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
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Ode to cupcakes

A cupcake festival and the rest of this week's food news

By Candice Woo
A cupcake festival and the rest of this week's food news
 
 
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