New Rooftop Restaurant in Downtown SD

Rustic Root Rooftop and Restaurant -- a new multi-level eatery on 5th Avenue -- recently opened. These are photos of the food and ambiance.

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Rustic Root Rooftop and Restaurant -- a new multi-level eatery on 5th Avenue -- offers American cuisine with a focus on locally-sourced ingredients. The fried chicken is quickly becoming a fan favorite.
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Rustic Root Rooftop and Restaurant -- a new multi-level eatery on 5th Avenue -- includes a 2,500-square-foot main dining area, plus a patio and rooftop with its own bar.
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Anne Watson Photography
Rustic Root Rooftop and Restaurant -- a new multi-level eatery on 5th Avenue -- offers American cuisine with a focus on locally-sourced ingredients
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Anne Watson Photography
Rustic Root Rooftop and Restaurant -- a new multi-level eatery on 5th Avenue -- offers American cuisine with a focus on locally-sourced ingredients
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Quirky decor, including life-size animal topiary bushes, at Rustic Root, the Gaslamp Quarter's newest eatery.
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Anne Watson Photography
Rustic Root Rooftop and Restaurant -- a new multi-level eatery on 5th Avenue -- offers American cuisine with a focus on locally-sourced ingredients
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Manhattan Craft Cocktail Shots at Rustic Root.
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Rustic Root Rooftop and Restaurant -- a new multi-level eatery on 5th Avenue -- includes a 2,500-square-foot main dining area, plus a patio and rooftop with its own bar.
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Rustic Root Rooftop and Restaurant -- a new multi-level eatery on 5th Avenue -- includes a 2,500-square-foot main dining area, plus a patio and rooftop with its own bar.
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Cocktails at Rustic Root.
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Margarita Craft Cocktail Shots at Rustic Root.
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"The Dirty" Craft Cocktail Shots at Rustic Root.
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Old-Fashioned Craft Cocktail Shots at Rustic Root.
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Negroni Craft Cocktail Shots at Rustic Root.
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Rustic Root Rooftop and Restaurant -- a new multi-level eatery on 5th Avenue -- includes a 2,500-square-foot main dining area, plus a patio and rooftop with its own bar.
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