New Restaurants to Try in November

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    NEWSLETTERS

    TK

    Has all the fall-related activity of October caused you to work up an appetite? Well walk into November feeling confident there are plenty of new restaurants to sample throughout the city.

    Here’s a few places that will tempt your tummy this month.

    Rakiraki
    4646 Convoy St., Kearny Mesa
    Want try the increasingly popular ramen trend? Then hit up this Kearny Mesa noodle house for a bowl of broth. The specialty soup is served with a variety of options, including the token hard boiled egg. Convoy Street is gaining major traction in the local foodie scene, so it’s likely to be packed -- make sure to snag a spot early.

    Phil’s BBQ
    9816 Mission Gorge Rd., Santee
    Arguably one of the best barbecue joints in San Diego has expanded its successful empire to East County. Mouthwatering pulled pork, ribs and baked beans will force you to forgo your diet and pick up a fork. Santee residents have been eagerly awaiting for Phil’s BBQ to open, so you’re probably going to see a crowd outside the front door. But the meal is certainly worth a wait.

    Hawaii's Island Eatery
    12128 Woodside Ave., Lakeside
    Say “Aloha” to a tasty Hawaiian treat in Lakeside that you’ll want to make the drive to. Traditional island fare is dished out by smiling staff, making you feel like you’re right on the beach. Try some of their funkier fusion dishes, or gobble up one of chicken teriyaki skewers.

    Treehouse Coffee Co.
    7229 El Cajon Blvd., La Mesa
    Coffee connoisseurs, this is the place for you. This micro-roast coffee bar has specialty coffee, espresso and tea for those who seek out the highest-quality caffeination. The storefront also has breakfast food for the early birds, which pairs perfectly with a cup of joe.

    Are there any new restaurants you’ve wanted to try? Tell us in the comments below.