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Eater San Diego: Sushi Bar Times Diners and Iconic Bar Changes Hands

Eater San Diego shares the top stories of the week from San Diego’s food and drink scene, including a news about a sushi bar with a unique concept and the fate of a classic dive bar. Inside Little ... read more

Chef’s Choice with the Superdiners

Sushi restaurants call it ... avid Yelper, avid diner For an amazing chef’s tasting menu, I recommend heading north to The Restaurant at Meadowood in Napa Valley, where San Diego-native chef ... read more

Announcing the Eater Young Guns 2017 Semifinalists

Connor on her favorite food city: “Worcester, Massachusetts, hands ... Star Diner, just to name a few. If perhaps you’re feeling fancy, you can get some of the best beers in the world on tap at Dive ... read more

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The Wharf: A Guide to All the Restaurants, Bars, and Clubs

This fall, local diners will finally get to step foot inside the completed Wharf complex, a three-year, $2.5-billion overhaul of D.C.’s southwest waterfront. The new development will unleash nearly ... read more

The 14 Most Expensive Tasting Menus in America

Here are the fourteen most expensive tasting menus in the United States right now ... they provide an alluring sense of exclusivity — no way they can be for everyone. Though San Diego's Addison does ... read more

Otium’s Chef to Debut New Restaurant Space Near USC This Fall

Hollywood tequila bar Paloma has changed hands. Now Ryan Sweeney ... new two-star restaurants in Los Angeles LA Times Restaurant Reviews This Week Go Where Michelin Wouldn’t From Shanghainese in the ... read more

Late-Night Ramyun at Hanjan; Momofuku Rumors

The cost is $150 per person including the Champagne, an open bar, and canapes. [EaterWire] LOWER EAST SIDE — Blue Ribbon Sushi Izakaya is shaking up its brunch format beginning New Year's Eve weekend. ... read more

8 Twin Cities restaurant openings, from a retro diner to suburban steakhouse

The menu will feature prime-grade, aged-40-days steaks, along with a changes-daily seafood selection, salads, sandwiches and housemade desserts. The bar will concentrate on ... “I went from San Diego ... read more

You Must Dine on the Waterfront in San Diego

Island Prime / C Level Lounge rest on stilts that hold the restaurant above the San Diego Bay which provides diners with a dramatic San Diego skyline view. Dine casually on C Level's heated patio or ... read more

2008: The Year in Food

So these are simply the best tastes of this year, followed by a recessionary honor roll of good local cheap eateries I’ve eaten at during the last eight years in San Diego ... then Nobu sets the bar: ... read more

Why Sushi Restaurants Are Paying More Attention to Wine

Garrett Smith, previously a sommelier at Restaurant Daniel, has begun in a new role with Sushi Nakazawa. The owners of that restaurant have signaled that they want to "beef up" their wine program, and ... read more

The 19 Styles of Japanese Cuisine Found in New York

Welcome to Eating Japanese, a new series in which Eater Editorial Producer ... Often customers sit at a bar from behind which the chef prepares a series of dishes both raw and cooked. Once the dish is ... read more

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