Mexican Bistro Glitzy Mama Pour Dios Coming to Gaslamp Neighborhood – NBC7 San Diego

An upscale Mexican bistro and bar located in Beverly Hills, head to the downtown San Diego Gaslamp Quarter. The San Diego eater shares the details about that, plus other top stories of the week from the local food and drink scene.

Mama Pour Dios brings fine Mexican food to San Diego
In San Diego, there is always room for more Mexican food. An upscale restaurant and bar located in Beverly Hills is expanding into the Gaslamp District, bringing flair to the cuisine the locals know and love. Set to open next year in a long-vacant space on the corner of Forth Street and Island, Mama Port Dios serves up everything from wagyu steak to Puerto Nuevo-style lobster in a super bright, neon-lit setting. . Seriously, look at this place.

San Diego’s Hottest Restaurants, October Edition
The latest installment on Eater’s list of San Diego restaurants to check out now includes Silverlake Ramen, a Los Angeles transplant specializing in tonkotsu ramen with a location in Fashion Valley and another soon in Westfield UTC.

Convoy Street adds another Cantonese restaurant competitor
The Chinese restaurant Eastern Dynasty recently opened in the Convoy area of ​​Kearney Mesa and serves commendable Cantonese cuisine. The restaurant’s extensive menu features an extensive menu that includes roast duck and crispy pork, as well as steamed fish and lobsters with ginger and green onions.

New to its neighbor Little Italy in San Diego is Wolfie’s Carousel Bar, a restaurant with a unique focus: a slowly rotating carousel.

All-in-one market, café and bar open at Encinitas
Mrkt Space is North County’s new gathering place, extending into a gourmet market, café and all-day restaurant with a menu ranging from toast to Italian flatbread and Charcuterie plates. Find more pop-up locations in La Jolla and Rancho Santa Fe.

18 San Diego Branches Are Worth Waking Up For
Brunch weekends are one of San Diego’s favorite traditions. Eater’s frequently updated brunch map highlights an array of local locations, whether you’re looking for avocado toast and eggs Benedict or the perfect Bloody Mary.

Candice Wu is the founding editor of Eater San Diego, a leading source of news about San Diego’s restaurant and bar. Keep up with the latest Eater San Diego content via Facebook or Twitterand sign up for Eater San Diego’s newsletter here.

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