Another week, another round of delicious details from San Diego’s dining scene. This time, Eater San Diego shares the scoop on the highly-anticipated re-launch of a popular Little Italy sport, plus new fall openings and essential coffee shops.
Craft & Commerce Reopens After Expansion, With New Menu
After a year-long revamp, it has arrived: the new and improved Craft & Commerce. The Little Italy restaurant has reopened with a redesigned and expanded space that includes a second bar, extended seating and a new wrap-around patio. There's also a fresh cocktail list and an overhauled food menu inspired by the eatery’s wood-fired grill.
San Diego's Most-Anticipated Restaurant Openings for Fall 2016
Eater takes a look at a lineup of the most-anticipated new restaurants set to open in San Diego this fall. The exciting array of new local dining spots ranges from a poke eatery and tiki bar combo, to a sweet and savory pie shop and fast-casual concepts. See where you'll be eating next season.
RakiRaki Ramen Launches Little Italy Expansion
Popular Kearny Mesa ramen house RakiRaki has finally opened a second outpost on India Street that combines its signature menu with sushi burrito concept Pokirrito and yakitori, plus beer and wine. It's now open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
San Diego's Essential Coffee Shops
Our local coffee culture is thriving, with a growing community of coffee roasters and well-respected coffee shops – from third-wave coffee bars to neighborhood coffee houses. Eater takes a look at 23 of the city's top spots to get your buzz on.
Trendy Dessert Shop & Cafe Debut on Convoy
New to Kearny Mesa is Bing Haus, which specializes in novelty desserts and coffee drinks. Still in its soft opening phase, the cafe is offering Thai-style rolled ice cream and soft serve but will soon expand its menu to include Korean shaved ice, pastries and more.
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.