Eater San Diego shares the top stories of the week from San Diego’s food and drink scene, including the debut of “Open House,” a new dining destination in the North County.
Open House Unveils Multiple Food Concepts in Encinitas
Chef and restaurateur Wade Hageman, who runs Blue Ribbon Pizzeria and Craftsman Tavern in Encinitas, has debuted his latest venture in Encinitas – a dining destination dubbed Open House. The spot combines an Asian restaurant with a craft cocktail bar, plus a second bar showcasing a large tequila program and raw, bar-focused menu.
10,000-Square-Foot Dim Sum Restaurant Coming to Mira Mesa
A spacious new Chinese restaurant is in the works in Mira Mesa. Due this summer, the 10,000-square-foot Fung Fung Yuen will feature an upscale design, beer and wine bar and a menu focused on dim sum served via roving cart and likely available all day long.
Olympic Café Expands and Reopens in North Park
After a five-month hiatus, longtime neighborhood eatery Olympic Café has returned to University Avenue in a newly remodeled location just steps from its original spot. The family-owned restaurant serves a menu of traditional and affordably-priced Greek cuisine.
Where to Treat Mom on Mother's Day in San Diego
Mother's Day is May 14 – do you have reservations yet? Eater has a rundown of some great options for spoiling mom with food and drink, from prix fixe feasts and champagne brunches to gourmet dinners and more.
New Beer Delivery Service Brings Growlers to Your Door
Just-launched in the San Diego market is Hopsy, a company that delivers fresh growlers of craft beer from local breweries directly to homes and offices. The startup also has a storefront in Linda Vista where beer drinkers can pick up a variety of San Diego brews.