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5 San Diego Spots Among Yelp's Top 100 Places to Eat in US

Five San Diego-area restaurants -- from a sushi spot and pizza place to a breakfast hot spot and a couple of delis -- have been named among the top 100 places in the U.S. to grab some grub. »

Stone Brewing Files Lawsuit Against MillerCoors

Stone Brewing Files Lawsuit Against MillerCoors

What’s in a name? Well, a lot if you ask Stone Brewing co-founder Greg Koch, who announced this week that his company is filing a lawsuit against powerhouse MillerCoors for the alleged use of the “Stone” name in... »

'Love' Returns to Philadelphia in Time for Valentine's Day

There's another reason to love Philly as the city celebrated the return of an icon Tuesday: The Robert Indiana-designed "Love" sculpture was reinstalled at its namesake park at the base of the Benjamin Franklin... »

Salt & Straw Taps Local Chocolatiers for New Flavors

Salt & Straw Taps Local Chocolatiers for New Flavors

Salt & Straw Ice Cream – the sweet Portland transplant that set up shop in Little Italy two months ago – has tapped local chocolatiers to help create new flavors being scooped this month. »

'Sam the Cooking Guy' to Open Taco Spot at Little Italy Hall

'Sam the Cooking Guy' to Open Taco Spot at Little Italy Hall

San Diego-based cooking aficionado Sam Zien – better known as “Sam the Cooking Guy” – will open a taco-centric spot this summer within a new food hub planned for Little Italy. »

Nunu's in Hillcrest Reopens After Passing Re-Inspection

Nunu's in Hillcrest Reopens After Passing Re-Inspection

A longtime tavern in Hillcrest has re-opened after being closed for several days due to health code violations – including the presence of vermin – which the health department said is no longer an issue for the... »

Costumes, Beads and Music: Mardi Gras Comes to a Close

Costumes, Beads and Music: Mardi Gras Comes to a Close

Families camped out from early morning to catch beads and stuffed animals thrown from float riders. Revelers took to the streets in elaborate or funny costumes evoking Marie Antoinette, President Donald... »

Eater SD: Craft Beer Heads to Point Loma’s Waterfront

Eater SD: Craft Beer Heads to Point Loma’s Waterfront

A local craft brewery has brought its suds to Point Loma’s waterfront. Eater San Diego taps into that project, plus other top stories of the week from San Diego’s food and drink scene. »

What's Cooking at Liberty Public Market Today?

It's been a year-and-a-half since Liberty Public Market swung open its doors in the heart of Liberty Station. Today, the marketplace has grown into a food emporium, with interesting treats in every nook... »

5Pointz Graffiti Artists Awarded $6.7M for Destroyed Murals

A New York judge has awarded $6.7 million to graffiti artists who sued after their work was destroyed on 5Pointz buildings torn down to make room for luxury condos in Long Island City. "Wolkoff could care less.... »

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