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Embracing National Hobby Month
Enter 2020 With an Organized Computer
Spotlight on Adrianne Sotelo
The Life-Changing Power of Physical Therapy
How to Make Your Own Sauerkraut
San Diego’s Newest Restaurants
NEW YEAR, NEW EATS SAN DIEGO’S MOST ANTICIPATED RESTAURANTS
SUNNYBOY BISCUIT COMPANY Coming to the border of North Park and Hillcrest, this Southern comfort food eatery is all about biscuits. Owner and chef Gabriel Ferguson’s love for Southern specialties came from working in his grandmother’s restaurant in Washington, and his biscuit recipes are partly inspired by the Washington State Fair’s famous Fisher Scones. Ferguson serves them up solo or as the base of breakfast sandwiches, sloppy Joes, and his “pig in a biscuit.” The menu will include other Southern favorites like mac and cheese and an array of desserts like shortcakes and pies. But, you’ll have to wait until they open in November to feel the Southern comfort. DINNER WITH A VIEW This swanky pop-up restaurant will be making its U.S. debut in Liberty Station’s Central Promenade starting in early February. It’s an outdoor space filled with 33 geodesic domes that seat the
We’re truly fortunate to live in a city with a thriving culture that seems to reveal a new dining experience every other day. These are some of the newest restaurants hitting our streets in 2020 that are already abuzz with hype. Make your reservations early! BUONA FORCHETTA Already a standout thanks to a custom mural painted by local artist Stacey Uy, the newest Buona Forchetta restaurant is set to open early this year. Dubbed “Matteo” after its founder, it’s an all-day nonprofit eatery located at the corner of Juniper and 30th Street in South Park. They’ll start off mornings with American breakfasts and homemade Italian pastries. For lunch and dinner, they’ll offer up tapas and Italian wines, which you can supplement in the restaurant’s market by purchasing pasta and sauces to go. Matteo will donate all proceeds to local San Diego causes and organizations.
diners. They are uniquely outfitted with an array of lights, textiles, and plants inspired by different regions of the earth, so each terrarium transforms into a distinct terrain. The head chef is yet to be announced, but the three-course blind dinner menu using fresh local ingredients is sure to please. If not, the atmosphere alone is enough to make this pop-up a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
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