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- 01/22/18--21:40: _WORLD FARE: Street ...
- 01/29/18--19:17: _WORLD FARE: Awash E...
- 02/05/18--20:32: _WORLD FARE: Ceviche...
- 02/13/18--07:25: _WORLD FARE: The bes...
- 02/27/18--09:57: _WORLD FARE: TJ-dogs...
- 03/05/18--20:00: _WORLD FARE: Fine di...
- 03/12/18--23:19: _WORLD FARE: Hachi R...
- 03/21/18--10:11: _WORLD FARE: It’s T...
- 01/22/18--21:40: WORLD FARE: Street food with a fine dining attitude
- 01/29/18--19:17: WORLD FARE: Awash Ethiopian Restaurant is a hidden gem
- 02/05/18--20:32: WORLD FARE: Ceviche House does what it says on the label
- 02/13/18--07:25: WORLD FARE: The best Cuban sandwich in town is in…the Gaslamp?
- 02/27/18--09:57: WORLD FARE: TJ-dogs, lowrider style at Barrio Dogg
- 03/05/18--20:00: WORLD FARE: Fine dining in pizza form at Cucina Urbana
- 03/12/18--23:19: WORLD FARE: Hachi Ramen lightly pushes the boundaries
- 03/21/18--10:11: WORLD FARE: It’s The Friendly and it feels good
I’m passionate about street food. I’m also passionate about fine dining. And I’m really passionate about street food done with a fine dining attitude. And that is precisely what I found at Taqueria Criollo (2nd between Floresta and Espinoza) in Ensenada. Read more at http://sdcitybeat.com/food-drink/the-world-fare/street-food-with-a-fine-dining-attitude/
If I didn’t know it was there, I would never think it was there. From the street, there’s just a huge sign reading “AWASH MARKET AND LIQUOR,” which implies a market rather than a restaurant. Even a step inside doesn’t suggest otherwise. But take the trouble to navigate past the cash register and sacks of […]
The Brits have a saying: “it does what it says on the tin.” It is, of course, an observation of the obvious: The thing inside the box performs or functions as advertised. It’s an observation that clearly applies to Ceviche House (2415 San Diego Ave.) in Old Town. It is, indeed, a house where ceviche is served. […]
After one bite of the Cuban sandwich at Havana 1920 (548 Fifth Ave.) in the Gaslamp District, I knew it was the best I’d tasted this side of Tampa. After the second bite I knew why: Cuban bread shipped from the La Segunda Central Bakery in Tampa. Read more at http://sdcitybeat.com/food-drink/the-world-fare/the-best-cuban-sandwich-in-town-is-in%E2%80%A6-the-gaslamp/
In this Snapchat and Instagram-fueled day and age, food photographs are regularly hashtagged as #foodart or #foodporn. The Tijuana-style hot dog may figure to be more the latter than the former. It’s not exactly elegant nor precisely pretty, it’s basically just street food. For Barrio Dogg (2113 Logan Ave.) in Barrio Logan, though, the TJ dog—like the lowriders that […]
It was in the midst of the Great Recession that Tracy Borkum closed fine dining fixture Laurel Restaurant in Bankers Hill in favor of Cucina Urbana (505 Laurel St.), a concept more in tune with the times. Special occasion California-French refinement (and the attendant price tag) made way for a less fussy, Cal-Italian sensibility that […]
Japanese cuisine often feels old, but this isn’t always true. Even though ramen is Japan’s national dish, for example, it wasn’t created until the early 20th century and has been endlessly reinvented ever since. Sometimes, especially outside of Japan, that innovation tends to feel a bit hit or miss. Hachi Ramen (2505 Fifth Ave.) in Bankers Hill […]
It’s pretty much the place everyone in San Diego’s food and beverage industry wants to go before his or her shift. Its reputation in the industry is so big that one local foodie who knew he was in legal trouble, just had to go there right before he was arrested. His final pre-incarceration Facebook post […]