Everyone’s favorite fast-casual pizzeria has just dished out a new location in the heart of downtown Encinitas with their late-night weekends debuting this week. With an ever-increasing following of customers who crave the restaurant’s organic ingredients and welcoming atmosphere, co-owners Giulia Colmignoli and Christopher Antinucci knew their current hometown of North County would serve well for their fourth location.
Nestled in East Village’s culinary enclave, BeShock Ramen and Sake bar is a trendy addition to San Diego’s diverse and ever-growing restaurant scene. Boasting a menu of authentic Japanese cuisine, BeShock offers ramen yielding a lighter take on the traditional dish, with a focus on local vegetables and classic Japanese seasonings.
Owners Ayaka Ito and Masaki Yamauchi envision a culinary hotspot tailored to suit the daily lives of busy San Diegans seeking meals that won’t leave them feeling “heavy” or over-indulged.
It may be nestled atop the Hotel Solamar and high above San Diego’s downtown, but the reimagined rooftop lounge companion to Jsix has a new name that proudly plants it in its vibrant East Village neighborhood: Upper East Bar.
Located inside the Lakehouse Hotel & Resort, Decoy Dockside Dining is a luxe lodge inspired restaurant designed to maximize views of Lake San Marcos.
Corporate Executive David Warner offers New American Cuisine inspired by the great outdoors. The menu is built around the restaurant’s wood burning oven and highlights wild game and fresh water seafood.
Now open at 926 Broadway Circle, Tapas & Beers is set to take guests’ taste buds on a trip to Spain. Small plates and craft beer mixes traditional cuisines of the Spanish Peninsula with some of America’s Finest City’s finest beers and classic eats. Owners Francois Patanchon and Gaelle Vincent were inspired by the culture and vibrancy of the country and wanted to bring that energy to Southern California.