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Magical, Mouthwatering Maui

Story and Photos by Sharon Whitley Larsen   I hadn't even left San Diego's Lindbergh Field, and already I was in the Mood for Maui—as passengers sitting nearby chatted about...

Sloppy's Challenges the Burrito Status Quo

By Ian Pike, WDSD Reporter   SAN DIEGO – This town loves burritos the way it likes any day at the beach, "72 degrees and sunny" and tequila shooters. The way Mexican and Am...

Native Foods Café: The New Veggie Heaven in Encinitas

By Julia Weiler – WDSD Reporter and James Gambrill – WDSD Photographer   Encinitas – Native Foods Café is not the only vegan venue in North County, but it's certainly the ne...

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Amanda Baumgarten Lands at the Former Linkery Space

Amanda Baumgarten Lands at the Former Linkery Space

Partners, John Pani, Brian Jensen and Amanda Baumgarten Present North Park's Newest Neighborhood Bistro
 & Beer Bar   By WDSD News Staff   San Diego  – Most foodies in town wondered where talented and high-profile Amanda Baumgarten would land. After parting ways Brian Malarkey's...

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San Diego Chef's Table: Extraordinary Recipes From America's Finest City: A New Cookbook from Maria Desiderata Montana

San Diego Chef's Table: Extraordinary Recipes From America's Finest City: A New Cookbook from Maria Desiderata Montana

San Diego Chef's Table: Extraordinary Recipes From America's Finest City, is scheduled for release on August 6th   Well-known award-winning cookbook author and food journalist, Maria Desiderata Montana, has penned another cookbook featuring culinary creations from San Diego area chefs. It focuses...

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Jay Porter Calls it Quits: Linkery to Shut Down

Jay Porter Calls it Quits: Linkery to Shut Down

By Ron James WDSD Columnist After eight years, a bold restaurant experiment comes to an end July 15. The Linkery, a high-profile North Park restaurant, is known mostly for sausages, unusual animal parts used in its dishes and its 18% mandatory...

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Elizabeth Huettinger is New Wine Director at the Grand Del Mar

Elizabeth Huettinger is New Wine Director at the Grand Del Mar

By Frank Mangio | WDSD Reporter   The long-awaited replacement for seven-year legendary wine director Jesse Rodriguez has been named at the Grand Del Mar and its Five-Star, Five-Diamond Addison Restaurant.       She is Elizabeth Huettinger, who most recently was Assistant Wine Director...

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Former Kensington Grill Now FISH PUBLIC: Jordan David New Chef

Former Kensington Grill Now FISH PUBLIC: Jordan David New Chef

By WDSD News Staff   Restauranteur Tracy Borkum, the visionary behind Urban Kitchen Group which includes the very popular Cucina Urbana, named Jordan Davis Executive Chef for her newest concept. Davis brings experience from several of the most esteemed kitchens in the...

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Tom Ham's Lighthouse Renovates to Revamp Views and Dining Experience

Tom Ham's Lighthouse Renovates to Revamp Views and Dining Experience

A New Look, A More Expansive Panoramic View: Noted San Diego Bay Eatery Tom Ham's Lighthouse Major Renovation Underway   By WDSD News Staff    SAN DIEGO – Tom Ham's Lighthouse – a San Diego institution known more for its view than its food...

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WDSD REPORTER TESTED RESTAURANTS

Jimmy's Almost Famous

Jimmy's Almost Famous

By David Nelson | WDSD Restaurant Reporter   If a T-shirt, colorful shorts and flip-flops signal San Diego like a banner,... Read more
Blue Boheme: Ken's Back!

Blue Boheme: Ken's Back!

By David Nelson According to seasoned restaurateurs, every restaurant always is for sale. This maxim may be particula... Read more
Happy Hour Happiness Found at Whisknladle

Happy Hour Happiness Found at Whisknladle

  Phoenix Coverley/ WDSD Restaurant Reporter  With a delightfully buzzing atmosphere, willing waiters and Chef Ry... Read more
Johnny V’s Friday Night Special – Free Appetizers!

Johnny V’s Friday Night Special – Free Appetizers!

Johnny V is a restaurant/bar/nightclub that brings class and sophistication to Pacific Beach without the hefty price t... Read more
Saska's $10 IN and OUT Deal (including tax and tip)

Saska's $10 IN and OUT Deal (including tax and tip)

By Henry Lewis | WDSD Beach Area Reporter ... Read more
Kafé Yen – Thai-Centric Asian Fusion in Pacific Beach

Kafé Yen – Thai-Centric Asian Fusion in Pacific Beach

By Henry Lewis | WDSD Reporter   A stone’s throw from Crystal Pier, Kafé Yen is a cozy Asian retreat that offers colorful c... Read more
Bellefleur Brunch | Save Room for Dessert

Bellefleur Brunch | Save Room for Dessert

By Julia Weiler | WDSD North County Coastal Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
30th on 30th

30th on 30th

By Ian Pike | WDD North Park/South Park Restaurant Reviewer On the thirtieth day of each month, restaurants and nightclubs... Read more
Bird Rock’s Station Sushi |True Value Packed with Fresh Flavor

Bird Rock’s Station Sushi |True Value Packed with Fresh Flavor

By Phoenix Coverley | WDSD La Jolla Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
Editor’s Pick: Baja Brother’s Grill | The Amazing Baja Meal Deal

Editor’s Pick: Baja Brother’s Grill | The Amazing Baja Meal Deal

i Editor’s Pick! Some deals just seem to good to be true, but this is not one of them — this is an amazing deal, eve... Read more
Getting the Urge for Burgers & Brew

Getting the Urge for Burgers & Brew

By J.R. Johnson | WDSD North county Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
Temecula's Lazy Dog Café Tames a Growling Stomach

Temecula's Lazy Dog Café Tames a Growling Stomach

By Tommy Parker Jr. | WDSD North County Reporter   What’s so bad about being a lazy dog, anyway? At The Promenade in Temecu... Read more
Origano: Hillcrest Hip

Origano: Hillcrest Hip

By David Nelson | WDSD Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
Alchemy: There's magic going on in South Park

Alchemy: There's magic going on in South Park

By Ian Pike | WDSD San Diego Metro Reporter ... Read more
Costa Brava: A Very Happy Hour

Costa Brava: A Very Happy Hour

By Henry Lewis | WDSD Restaurant ReporterSeven Days a Week From 4-6pm, Enjoy Discounted Pitchers of Sangria and Tapas at... Read more
Enoteca Adriano: Free Corkage Three Nights!

Enoteca Adriano: Free Corkage Three Nights!

By Henry Lewis | WDSD Reporter Free Corkage Monday through Wednesday at Enoteca Adriano An Italian wine bar that offers f... Read more
Tabule Restaurant: Around the world dining in the Gaslamp

Tabule Restaurant: Around the world dining in the Gaslamp

By Daniela Esteves | WDSD Metro Restaurant Reporter   In the heart of downtown’s bustling Gaslamp Quarter, Tabule is name... Read more
Ape Hanger Grill: Scent by Heaven

Ape Hanger Grill: Scent by Heaven

By Sheila Varga | WDSD North County Restaurant Reporter Ape Hangers Grill Turns Heads in Oceanside  As you... Read more
Garden of Eatin’ at Bistro West

Garden of Eatin’ at Bistro West

By Julia Weiler | WDSD North County Coastal Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
Terra: From Farm to Table

Terra: From Farm to Table

Exquisite Dishes Made With San Diego’s Best Ingredients at Terra ... Read more
Cardiff Seaside Market: Picnic  California Style

Cardiff Seaside Market: Picnic California Style

Put On the Perfect Picnic with Cardiff Seaside Market  By Julie Weiler | WDSD Restaurant Reporter There’s nothing more... Read more
Quality Social: Much more than an

Quality Social: Much more than an "Upscale Dive Bar"

By Ian Pike | WDSD Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
Fresco Wine Bar And Grill Serves 'Amore' With Good Food

Fresco Wine Bar And Grill Serves 'Amore' With Good Food

By Sheila Varga Szabo | WDSD Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
Savory Sunsets at The Beach House-

Savory Sunsets at The Beach House-

By Julia Weiler | WDSD Restaurant Reporter There is something truly splendid about ocean front dining, and The Beach... Read more
A Comfort Foodie Brunch at Jimmy’s Famous

A Comfort Foodie Brunch at Jimmy’s Famous

By Henry Lewis | WDSD  Reporter    Along the boat-filled waters of Point Loma harbor, a relative newcomer to San Diego’s ... Read more
The Fusion Art of Dell'z California Grill

The Fusion Art of Dell'z California Grill

By Sheila Varga Szabo | WDSD Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
Party Time in North Park

Party Time in North Park

$6 buck cocktails Monday through Thursday.  ... Read more
BO-BEAU KITCHEN + BAR: A San Diego Gem

BO-BEAU KITCHEN + BAR: A San Diego Gem

By Margi Blash | WDSD Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
Nine Buck Banquet at Chedi Thai Bistro

Nine Buck Banquet at Chedi Thai Bistro

THE NINE BUCK BANQUET AT CHEDI THAI BISTRO   By David Nelson | WDSD Restaurant Reporter Varying numbers of stars announce ... Read more
The Thrill of Phil's Grill Now in North County

The Thrill of Phil's Grill Now in North County

By Sheila Varga Szabo | WDSD Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
An Amtrak & Avis Wine Country Weekend

An Amtrak & Avis Wine Country Weekend

 by Sally Hixson | WDSD Contributing Reporter ... Read more
Brunch at Mission Hill's Red Door

Brunch at Mission Hill's Red Door

By Ian Pike | WDSD Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
Tacos de Borrego in Chula Vista

Tacos de Borrego in Chula Vista

By Deborah Schneider | WDSD Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
Living on Baja Time | Romesco Baja Med Bistro

Living on Baja Time | Romesco Baja Med Bistro

Three excellent restaurants in Bonita and Tijuanaby David Nelson | WDSD Restaurant Reporter  ... Read more
No Dogs With These Suds

No Dogs With These Suds

By David Nelson | WDSD Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
Bacon Lollipops Star in OB's Sessions

Bacon Lollipops Star in OB's Sessions

By J.R. Johnson | WDSD Restaurant Reporter Sessions Public Tempts with Gastropub Fare in a Friendly Setting  Session... Read more
 Cooking at Cups!

Cooking at Cups!

By Phoenix Coverley | WDSD Restaurant Reporter  ... Read more
We Olive opens in La Jolla

We Olive opens in La Jolla

By Michelle Poveda | WDSD Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
Bonsall's Top Wok

Bonsall's Top Wok

By Shiela Varga Szabo | WDSD Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
Fishing Expedition | Los Cabos Bar & Grill

Fishing Expedition | Los Cabos Bar & Grill

By Deborah Schneider | WDSD Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
Dog Friendly Dining at OB's Shades

Dog Friendly Dining at OB's Shades

By Jennifer Cunningham | WDSD Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
Coronado Firehouse Cooks

Coronado Firehouse Cooks

By Jennifer Cunningham | WDSD Restaurant Reporter FIRING UP THE FLAMES IN CORONADO At the end of Orange Avenue near San D... Read more
Daddy-O's Point Loma | It's Cool Man

Daddy-O's Point Loma | It's Cool Man

More Than Just Burgers and Rock 'N Roll at Daddy-O's in Point Loma   By Vanessa McGill | WDSD Restaurant Reporter   Daddy... Read more
333 Pacific | Quintessentially Californian

333 Pacific | Quintessentially Californian

By Julia Weiler | WDSD Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
Ritual Tavern | Rustic, Convivial & Hip

Ritual Tavern | Rustic, Convivial & Hip

A RAVISHING RITUAL IN NORTH PARK By Ian Pike | WDSD Restaurant Reporter In order for a restaurant to succeed in North Park,... Read more
Mozy Café | A Bit of the Caribbean  in Leucadia

Mozy Café | A Bit of the Caribbean in Leucadia

By Tamar Wittenberg | WDSD Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
Stone Flats | Doing It Your Way

Stone Flats | Doing It Your Way

By J.R. Johnson | WDSD Restaurant Reporter  ... Read more
Himalaya Cuisine | An Exotic Gem in La Mesa

Himalaya Cuisine | An Exotic Gem in La Mesa

By Ron James | WDSD Restaurant Reporter ... Read more
The Wine Pub in Point Loma - Where Everybody Knows Your Name

The Wine Pub in Point Loma - Where Everybody Knows Your Name

By Henry Lewis | WDSD Reporter   Frequently referred to as the "Cheers of Point Loma," The Wine Pub combines the elegance... Read more
Hodad's Hangs Ten on Broadway

Hodad's Hangs Ten on Broadway

By David Nelson |  WDSD Restaurant Reporter The drunk, combative homeless couple camped by the 10th Avenue side ... Read more

LATEST WDSD FOOD & RESTAURANT REVIEWS

Surf and Turf Sizzles at West Steak and Seafood

Julia Weiler – WDSD Reporter   Carlsbad – As soon as I opened the menu at West Steak and Seafood, I knew my surf and turf cravings would be satisfied. The offerings – which change with the seasons – include steaks of top-notch cut and pedigree along with an alluring array of seafood selections. The impressive menu and a Zagat rating of 27 indicated that I was in for a treat at this North County… READ MORE

Ballast Point Devil's Share

San Diego's Premium Single Malt Whiskey   By John Alonge | WDSD Reporter   SAN DIEGO--Traditionally, the "angels' share" is a poetic description of the amount of wine or spirits that inevitably evaporates while aging in barrels. The Devil's Share single malt whiskey is something entirely else, the brainchild of local distiller Yuseff Cherney, who co-founded San Diego's Ballast Point brewery. Why would a successful brewer want to start distilling spirits, you might ask? READ MORE

Maritime Flair and Seafood Classics at Spike Africa’s

Formerly Shabby Downtown Corner Offers Tasty Tribute to Famed Mariner By Ian Pike, WDSD Reporter   SAN DIEGO - Spike Africa’s is the new kid on the block in downtown San Diego, a renovated Payless shoe store with a nautical theme and a surprisingly truthful back story. Restaurant namesake Spike Africa isn’t involved with the restaurant, since it would be hard for him to do so from beyond the grave.   A quick bit of… READ MORE

Cheers to Beaumont's: A Neighborhood Eatery

Julia Weiler – WDSD Reporter / James Gambrill – WDSD Photographer   La Jolla - Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name, and if you're a member of the Bird Rock community, Beaumont's is just that kind of place. This hip hangout on La Jolla Blvd is perfect for gatherings of friends and neighbors over cool cocktails, delicious food and mellow tunes crooned by local musicians. Even the owner can't get enough… READ MORE

Avenue 5’s Colin MacLaggan: The Wizard of Casual Fine Dining

The Fifth Avenue restaurant moves from fine dining to casual fine dining with a molecular twist   By Ron James | WDSD Columnist   For the last decade or so, fine dining restaurants have been going the way of the bowling alley – that is, they are becoming rare and endangered. Many have shuttered their doors or morphed into casual establishments. This sea change reached San Diego several years ago with Ed Moore’s conversion of… READ MORE

FOOD & DRINK NEWS & VIEWS

Amanda Baumgarten Lands at the Former Linkery Space

Partners, John Pani, Brian Jensen and Amanda Baumgarten Present North Park's Newest Neighborhood Bistro
 & Beer Bar   By WDSD News Staff   San Diego – Most foodies in town wondered where talented and high-profile…

San Diego Chef's Table: Extraordinary Recipes From America's Finest City: A New Cookbook from Maria Desiderata Montana

San Diego Chef's Table: Extraordinary Recipes From America's Finest City, is scheduled for release on August 6th   Well-known award-winning cookbook author and food journalist, Maria Desiderata Montana, has penned another cookbook featuring culinary creations…

Jay Porter Calls it Quits: Linkery to Shut Down

By Ron James WDSD Columnist After eight years, a bold restaurant experiment comes to an end July 15. The Linkery, a high-profile North Park restaurant, is known mostly for sausages, unusual animal parts used in…

Elizabeth Huettinger is New Wine Director at the Grand Del Mar

By Frank Mangio | WDSD Reporter   The long-awaited replacement for seven-year legendary wine director Jesse Rodriguez has been named at the Grand Del Mar and its Five-Star, Five-Diamond Addison Restaurant. She is Elizabeth Huettinger,…

Former Kensington Grill Now FISH PUBLIC: Jordan David New Chef

By WDSD News Staff   Restauranteur Tracy Borkum, the visionary behind Urban Kitchen Group which includes the very popular Cucina Urbana, named Jordan Davis Executive Chef for her newest concept. Davis brings experience from several…

Tom Ham's Lighthouse Renovates to Revamp Views and Dining Experience

A New Look, A More Expansive Panoramic View: Noted San Diego Bay Eatery Tom Ham's Lighthouse Major Renovation Underway   By WDSD News Staff   SAN DIEGO – Tom Ham's Lighthouse – a San Diego…

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Will Cruise for Food: Ron and Mary's Nieuw Amsterdam Mediterranean Empire Cruise | Part 1

By Ron James | WDSD Travel Reporter   We're off again on a two week adventure to places I've only dreamed of – Venice, Italy; Athens, Greek Islands, Croatia, Montenegro, and Turkey.   How in…

The Occidental Tourist: Going Bohemian in Sonoma Wine Country

By Ron James | WDSD Restaurant & Travel ReporterI recently returned from a fall pilgrimage to Sonoma wine country — my favorite long weekend destination. Although I’ve made the trip many times, I never tire…

Just Call it Paso | A primer on Paso Robles Wine Country

By Ron James | WDSD Columnist   Many years ago, the James family would make vacation treks from San Diego to the Bay Area, where many of my relatives hung their hats. In those days…

London Calling: Trading Coronado Bridge for the Tower Bridge

By Sharon Whitley Larsen | WDSD Travel Writer   "Mind your head, luv," the passenger standing behind me said as he opened the overhead bin.   Hearing that charming British accent, I was immediately transformed…

COLUMNISTS

The Big Bold Wines of Sonoma

in Frank Mangio's Taste of Wine
By Frank Mangio | WDSD Wine Columnist   In my last column, we opened the wine book on the big, stately and beautiful wine country of Sonoma and stretched our legs at Jordan Winery, the 1,200 acre Bordeaux style winery and vineyard just north of Healdsburg. This…

Here and There in the Wine & Food World

in Frank Mangio's Taste of Wine
By Frank Mangio | WDSD Wine Columnist   In the fast-moving world of wine and food the only thing that is constant is change. My personal pillar of fine wine and fine dining in the San Diego area is no exception to this dynamic. The Grand Del…

A Bottle of Wine at COSTCO for $2,399. What's Going On!

in Frank Mangio's Taste of Wine
By Frank Mangio | WDSD Wine Columnist   During the holiday period, one of the sales days in the wine department of the COSTCO store in Carlsbad, north of San Diego, brought in 120 thousand dollars, a huge number by any standards.   Not only has the…

Studebaker Out at Gingham in at The Hopping Pig

in Ron James | Wine and Food Guy
By Ron James | WDSD Columnist   It was bound to happen. A round chef just can't fit into a square cuisine. Gingham Executive Chef Ryan Studebaker and his employers at the Enlightened Hospitality Group had high hopes for Studebaker and his new gig at Gingham in…

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Trey Foshee's Favorite San Diego Restaurants

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BY REBECCA FLINT MARX | Food & Wine Magazine   Trey Foshee, the executive chef and partner at George's at the Cove on the water in La Jolla, California, and an F&W Best New Chef 1998, has lived in San Diego for more than a decade. Here, he tells us where he likes to eat and drink when he's off duty, and why the city is as great for food (especially tacos) as it is for catching waves. READ MORE

Jamie Oliver: '30,000 napkins a month' stolen from restaurants

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It's not just table linen that's going missing, either - even the toilet flushers have been vanishing. Have you ever liberated a little memento from a restaurant?   From The Guardian   You might think that, along with fish forks, silver chargers and butlers, the demand for napkins would have dropped considerably over the past century. But you'd be wrong. Jamie Oliver is today complaining that each month 30,000 napkins are pinched from his restaurants.   This is a staggering number. And it's not just the napkins. Oliver had installed Thomas Crapper toilets on account of them looking "wicked", but since the flushers started going walkies he's had to weld them on. READ MORE

MORE THAN JUST 'BLUE': THE WORLD'S TOP 10 SMELLY CHEESES

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Love them or fear them, here's an ironic round-up of some of the world's foulest, tastiest - and yes, stinkiest - cheese varieties   BY JAMES BRENNAN | Fine Dining Lovers   Some are banned from public transport, while others could awaken the dead, but smelly cheese is loved by many for its nutty, buttery and often mild flavour. The smelliest are often white, soft washed-rind cheeses, which are brushed with liquids or smeared with bacteria as they ripen. The foul-smelling organism that makes them reek like a cesspool is called brevibacterium linens, which also causes foot-odour in humans.   Love them or fear them, here's a round-up of some of the world's foulest. READ MORE

SF Restaurants Scam Employee Healthcare Ordinance

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S.F. civil grand jury slams restaurant health care surcharges     By Barbara Grady | SF Public Press   UPDATED 6:53 p.m. with response from the mayor.   San Francisco's civil grand jury on Thursday chastised many of the city's restaurants for profiting from surcharges they add to customers' bills under the name of paying for health care and recommended that the city ban the practice. READ MORE

Noisy Restaurants; taking the Din Out of Dinner

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High noise levels have become an issue for more diners of late, and restaurants are heeding the clamor for some quiet.   By Tiffany Hsu, Los Angeles Times   Los Angele -- You can count on the hippest restaurants to have dazzling menus, stylish servers and an attractive clientele. And increasingly, there's a featured side dish: noise.   As restaurateurs strive to attract a younger crowd, they've ditched the pile carpets, soft tablecloths and plush velvet booths for crowded communal tables, clattering open kitchens and pounding Rihanna music. And it's all amplified by cavernous ceilings, spartan walls and bare floors. READ MORE

Waddling Into the Sunset

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California Chefs Mount a Repeal of Foie Gras Ban Set for July 1   By JESSE McKINLEY | New York Times   THE countdown to foie-mageddon has begun.   With less than a month until California's first-in-the nation ban on foie gras takes effect, fans of the fattened duck and goose liver are buying out stocks of the delicacy, searching for legal loopholes and sating themselves at a series of foie-heavy goodbyes. READ MORE

Hotel La Jolla Renovation Includes Addition of Cusp Dining & Drinks

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By Brandon Hernández |SD Reader   Kimpton's big renovation of Hotel La Jolla is in the midst of wrapping up. When complete, the building will house a new restaurant called Cusp Dining & Drinks. The restaurant will takeover the space previously occupied by Clay's La Jolla, a spot that had good food but struggled to bring in clientele. Its replacement is reminiscent of how Saltbox supplanted the similarly challenged Suite and Tender at Hotel Palomar when Kimpton took over the downtown property last year. READ MORE

Cohn Restaurant Group's 100 Wines Opens in Hawaii

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Share Euro plates with friends as you sip wines at happening new Lahaina Gateway hot spot   By CARLA TRACY - Dining Editor |The Maui News   The Cohn Restaurant Group, based out of San Diego, has created a winner and a half with its latest Maui venture.   In fact, I can't wait to get back there again to sip a nice Italian Sangiovese and dive into perfectly ripe and room-t emperature cheeses such as Saint Andre.   READ MORE

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