New Restaurants to Try in January

Craving pizza or seafood? These new places have you covered

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    Craving crab cakes? Go to Roseville Cozinha at Liberty Station or Spike Africa's in downtown.

    If you’ve got the winter blues, it’s time to venture out of your house and warm up at some of these hot new restaurants.

    Roseville Cozinha
    2750 Dewey Rd., Liberty Station
    One of Liberty Station’s newest eateries specializes in two very different things: Seafood and pizza. But the unlikely pairing is definitely a new niche for San Diegans, so head over before its salty fare garners hour-long wait times.

    The Blind Burro

    639 J St., East Village
    America’s Finest City is no stranger to good Mexican food, so it makes sense that East Village has added The Blind Burro to its collection of eclectic restaurants. The menu focuses on Baja-coastal cuisine in addition to dozens of delightful tequilas.

    Urban Pi
    2673 Via De La Valle, Del Mar
    Pizza-lovers will be happy to know that “creative pizza” joint just joined the North County. Wood-fire grilled pies feature organic, local vegetables baked with a twist. If you’re holding on to your New Year’s resolutions, try the healthy-favorite “skinny pi.”

    Spike Africa’s Fresh Fish Grill & Bar
    411 Broadway Ave., Downtown
    This seafood eatery occupies a key corner in downtown, so you won’t have a hard time finding it. Local beers are featured on tap, and craft brews are only $5 during happy hour (4-6 p.m. on weekdays).

    What new restaurants are you hoping to try? Let us know in the comments below.

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