The team behind local favorite Trust Restaurant opened their new hangout Hundred Proof on Tuesday, June 27. Located just up the street from Trust in the vibrant University Heights neighborhood of San Diego, Hundred Proof will feature a menu of cocktails and casual fare that redefines what a bar can be.
Occupying the former Nelson Photo Supplies building at 1909 India Street in Little Italy will be Born & Raised—the latest endeavor from San Diego-based hospitality collective, CH Projects (Ironside Fish & Oyster, Craft & Commerce, UnderBelly). Slated to open in late summer, Born & Raised will pay homage to America’s greatest dining institution, the classic steakhouse.
The name ‘Born & Raised’ is derived from CH Projects’ deep-rooted commitment to San Diego, a city that is fully engrained in their core values as an organization. Since CH’s inception in 2009, the collective has seen steady growth, now operating eleven of the city’s most progressive hospitality-driven concepts. Born & Raised will be the collective’s fourth restaurant in Little Italy, a neighborhood that has experienced an immense cultural progression with CH as a primary catalyst for growth.
Burger lovers in Encinitas will have a new reason to celebrate when The Habit Burger Grill opens a new restaurant on Wednesday, June 14th at 10:30am. This Encinitas location marks the 12th Habit Burger Grill to serve the Greater San Diego Area. The new Habit Burger Grill, home of the popular, award-winning Charburgers that are always grilled over an open flame and made-to-order, is located at 1446 Encinitas Boulevard in Encinitas.
The new bright and airy DRIFT Eat + Drink in La Jolla offers diners a unique opportunity to experience approachable Baja-inspired California cuisine.
Designed as a “finishing” kitchen, there are no open flame heat sources in the kitchen, but instead two rapid heat technology machines, a pizza oven and TurboChef oven.
Everyone’s favorite fast-casual pizzeria has just dished out a new location in the heart of downtown Encinitas with their late-night weekends debuting this week. With an ever-increasing following of customers who crave the restaurant’s organic ingredients and welcoming atmosphere, co-owners Giulia Colmignoli and Christopher Antinucci knew their current hometown of North County would serve well for their fourth location.