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Eater San Diego: Liberty Station’s New Luxury Cinema

A round-up of the top food and drink stories of the week via Eater San Diego

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    THE LOT, a new luxury multiplex, opens soon at Liberty Station.

    Movie buffs and foodies, take note. Eater San Diego shares the top stories of the week from our local food and drink scene, including a sneak peek at THE LOT, a luxury movie theater opening soon at Liberty Station, plus new snapshots of Brian Malarkey’s stunner, Herb & Wood, in Little Italy.

    THE LOT Luxury Cinema Premieres Next Week in Liberty Station
    Eater has a sneak preview of THE LOT's new location in Liberty Station. The high-end multiplex features six auditoriums stocked with plush leather seats and in-theater food and beverage series, plus an indoor/outdoor bar, café and full-fledged restaurant. 

    Celeb Chef Brian Malarkey Unveils Herb & Wood in Little Italy
    “Top Chef” alum Brian Malarkey reveals his latest restaurant project, the stunning Herb & Wood, which joins the dynamic dining scene on Kettner Boulevard in Little Italy. The 8,000-square-foot restaurant is now open for dinner and serving an inspired, ingredient-driven seasonal menu.

    One Door North Swings Open in North Park
    The owners of 30th Street's French-styled bistro The Smoking Goat branch out into an adjacent storefront for a second restaurant, One Door North, that offers a casual menu inspired by the great outdoors, including campfire trout and s'mores, and features a retail wine shop. 

    Gastropub Focused on “Drinks & Links” Headed for Little Italy
    The new gastropub Bar One will open this summer on India Street, where it hopes to become a neighborhood fixture that combines upscale bar food with a down-to-earth atmosphere. Expect housemade sausages, numerous craft beer taps and classic, well-priced cocktails. 

    Hillcrest Scores All-You-Can-Eat Japanese Food Concept
    Moving into the Fifth Avenue space vacated by D Bar San Diego is H20 Sushi & Izakaya, a Southern California-based eatery with an Asian-inspired menu of sushi rolls and Japanese small plates. An all-you-can-eat menu also offers bottomless beer or sake.

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