So many new places to eat, so little time. There's Italian in Mission Hills, sushi in Banker's Hill, and a new french joint in Point Loma to name a few. Join Erin Chambers, editor of San Diego City S
Tom Fudge: Eating out is one of the pleasures of living in a big town with lots of choices. Restaurants come and go and they rise and fall with the fluctuation of eatings trends. That's why it's fun to take a look at the way the restaurant scene is changing and evolving.
Restaurants reviewed in this segment:
- Olivetto Café and Wine Bar, Washington Avenue in Mission Hills
- The Corner, 10th Ave and J street, downtown
- Tabule, 4th Avenue downtown in the Gaslamp
Mukashi, 5th Avenue in Bankers Hill