New Restaurants Galore in San Diego

Feast your eyes (and stomach!) on some delicious new places to dine in San Diego

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    Courtesy of Soda & Swine
    Try build-your-own meatball subs and sliders at Soda & Swine in Normal Heights.

    If you’ve worked up an appetite this month, don’t worry: There nearly a dozen new places for you to try throughout San Diego County.

    From juice bars to barbecue and plenty of pizza places, here’s what’s new in America’s Finest City.

    Buona Forchetta

    3001 Beech St.
    Classic Italian pizza is dished out after being baked in a glorious wood-fired oven at this South Park pizzeria. Don’t miss the mozzarella, it’s as fresh as the neighborhood.

    Cuscatlan Comida Salvadorena

    221 E Grand Ave., Escondido
    Escondido isn’t just for beer, there’s also a booming restaurant scene off Interstate 15. Try this new Salvadorian restaurant for all your South American needs.

    Fathom Bistro Bait & Tackle
    1776 Shelter Island Dr.
    Put this place on the top of your list before it gets too crowded. This craft beer hotspot is located on a pier and overlooks San Diego’s beautiful bay. Try any of the sandwiches and make sure to get the house-made kimchi.

    bBar Superfood Vitality Bar

    2683 Via de la Valle., Del Mar
    If you’re trying to stay fit, this is the spot for you. Del Mar’s newest juice bar offers salads and low-cal, healthy drinks tasty enough to keep anyone on a diet.

    Polite Provisions
    4696 30th St.
    Wine on draft? House-made sodas? Yes please. Check out the latest venture of Consortium Holdings, which owns successful ventures including Craft & Commerce, Underbelly and Neighborhood.

    Soda & Swine
    2943 Adams Ave.
    Located directly next to Polite Provisions, Soda & Swine offers a delicious menu of create-your-own meatball subs or sliders. Save room—because there’s pie for dessert.

    Real Food & Spirits

    124 South Solana Hills Dr., Solana Beach
    Gnosh on some wood-fired pizzas highlighting local ingredients at this seaside eatery. Open for lunch, dinner and happy hour, this pizzeria is the perfect place to bring a big group.

    Coop's West Texas Barbeque
    534 Broadway, Chula Vista
    This popular barbeque spot has migrated south to serve the residents of South Bay.

    Paleo Treats
    1815B Main St.
    Next time you’re in need of healthy desserts or snacks, go over to Barrio Logan for this new paleo-focused shop. All the treats are made sans gluten or dairy, meaning eating them keeps you lean.

    Native Foods Café
    127 North El Camino Real, Encinitas
    Eating vegetarian or vegan fare doesn’t mean sacrificing flavor. This North County café is perfect for people seeking faux meat and clean eating.

    Project Pie
    3888 Fourth Ave.
    Hillcrest is getting a new pizza place on Feb. 22 when Project Pie opens. The bar-style restaurant has build-your-own artisan pizzas, milkshakes and salads.

    Which of these new eateries looks good to you? Tell us in the comments below.