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Eater San Diego: TRUST Opens in Hillcrest, 'Bizarre Foods' Films Locally

A round-up of the top food and drink stories of the week via Eater San Diego



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    TRUST -- the newest restaurant to open in Hillcrest.

    Eater San Diego shares the top stories of the week from San Diego’s food and drink scene, including the debut of a new chef-driven restaurant in Hillcrest, rumors of a foodie Travel Channel show filming in San Diego and the expansion of a North County coffee roaster into Little Italy.

    TRUST Restaurant Brings Chef-Driven Seasonal Fare to Hillcrest
    Newly minted in Hillcrest is TRUST, which takes the anchor tenant space in Jonathan Segal's "Mr. Robinson" building. The stylish space, which includes an expansive outdoor patio, is now serving a shareable, affordable selection of dishes sourced locally and seasonally, for dinner nightly and weekend brunch.

    “Bizarre Foods” Will Film San Diego’s Most “Delicious Destinations”
    The Travel Channel's TV show, “Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations” is reportedly heading to San Diego to shoot an episode. The show, hosted by Andrew Zimmern, focuses on the iconic or legendary dishes that define a city, so it's a safe bet that fish tacos will be featured on the San Diego program. What other local foods should they highlight?

    Encinitas' Lofty Coffee Co. Expands to Little Italy
    Lofty Coffee Co., which operates two coffee bar/cafes and a roastery in North County, will be opening another outpost in Little Italy later this year at the corner of Cedar and Columbia streets. In addition to serving coffee drinks, the cafe will serve breakfast and lunch and include an in-house bakery.

    University Heights' Big Front Door Sets Sights on Bankers Hill
    Popular Park Boulevard sandwich shop Big Front Door announces plans to open a second location on Fourth Avenue in Bankers Hill. This significantly-larger space will be a full-fledged, sit-down eatery offering breakfast, lunch and dinner plus beer and wine. It's expected to open by Fall 2016.

    Meet the Artisans Coming to Liberty Public Market
    Eater continues its in-depth look at the food vendors that are headed to the upcoming Liberty Public Market project. In this installment, we profile a shop specializing in Maine lobster and East Coast eats, a gourmet pasta concept and a sustainable seafood market that will also include a raw bar.

    Candice Woo is the founding editor of Eater San Diego, a leading source for news about San Diego’s restaurant and bar scene. Keep up with the latest Eater San Diego content via Facebook or Twitter, and sign up for Eater San Diego’s newsletter here.