Eater San Diego shares the top stories of the week from San Diego’s food and drink scene, including a look inside the city's latest large-scale brewery restaurant.
12,000-Square-Foot Brewery Restaurant Lands in Sorrento Mesa
Gravity Heights, a new brewery, restaurant, and entertainment venue, has opened in San Diego's tech hub. Created in partnership with a legendary local brewer, the project is run by the hospitality team behind La Jolla restaurants Whisknladle and Catania.
Thorn Brewing Bringing Tasting Room to Mission Hills
The neighborhood of Mission Hills is getting its first craft beer tasting room thanks to Thorn Brewing, which operates breweries in North Park and Barrio Logan. Due by summer, this location will feature Thorn's sour brews along with other unique beer offerings.
Popular L.A. Eatery Sets Opening at Westfield UTC
Los Angeles transplant Tocaya Organica will swing open on Jan. 30 at Westfield UTC. With locations throughout L.A., this is the fast-casual eatery's second location in the San Diego area. This spring, it will bring its modern Mexican menu to Carmel Valley's new One Paseo development.
High-Protein Pizzas Pop Up in Pacific Beach
Powerhaus Pizza has made its debut on Garnet Avenue, offering a twist on the quick-service, customizable pizza model with a menu that features whole-grain crusts boosted with plant protein and toppings that include grass-fed mozzarella and vegan cheese.
Regional Chinese Cuisine Comes to Mira Mesa
The newly-opened Taste of Hunan is getting rave reviews for its signature dishes from Hunan, a province in Southeast China known for spicy cuisine. In addition to an extensive menu, the restaurant allows diners to bring in their own fresh seafood to be cooked in custom preparations.