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As summer slowing slip away from San Diego, it seemed to have left behind some great new eateries. Here are a few places that recently opened and are worth checking out.
1027 University Ave.
Thirsty for something new? Then saunter over to 100 Wines in Hillcrest, the latest venture from Cohn Restaurant Group. The wine bar boasts plenty of libations, in addition to scrumptious cheese boards and spreads. Head over now, or visit during Restaurant Week Sept. 16-21 when it will dish out three-course meals.
421 B St.
What used to be The Restaurant at W Hotel has since been re-branded Kelvin, but it's equally chic as its former eatery. Seating ranges from an outdoor patio to intimate booths indoors, so it's great for a date or family outing. The menu takes advantage of San Diego's Mexican food scene, in addition to American favorite.
Poor House Brewing Co.
4494 30th St.
It's no secret that 30th Street is widely considered one of the best areas to grab a beer. Joining ranks of fellow brew-focused establishments is Poor House Brewing Co. -- and they're stepping it up a notch as North Park's first microbrewery. It was founded by Firehouse Brewing Co.'s Chris Finch, so it's good to know it was
Cusp Dining & Drinks
7955 La Jolla Shores Dr.
Floor-to-ceiling windows at Cusp allow diners to view San Diego's sunny skies and shoreline at one of La Jolla's newest restaurants.The Pacific view will make you want to try their fresh seafood or cool cocktails. Head over for happy hour, which runs weekdays from 4 to 7 p.m.
Which of these new places sounds best to you? Let us know in the comments below.