Roseville now serves a Sunday brunch from 10am to 3pm. And it’s not just your usual eggs, toast and bacon breakfast. Chef Amy DiBiase dishes have creative twists to them: buttermilk pancakes with quince compote and cardamom cream ($11), potato-rosemary frittata ($12), duck confit stuffed crepes ($14), eggs Benedict with Con Pane’s focaccia and prosciutto ($14) and chive biscuits with linguica gravy ($12). For reservations and information call: 619-450-6800.
Burger Lounge will open in Little Italy at the former site of Sushi Fix. Expect to see burgers and those yummy fresh-cut fries available in the next few months.
If you love Tijuana Mexican style food but don’t love the drive to get it, Funky Garcia’s Mexican Eatery & Bar, opens soon in the Gaslamp. It will feature mesquite grilled Mexican street tacos and a food menu with nothing over $5. Moe Sadighian, the chef and owner of Tabule around the corner has five other Tijuana based restaurants, so he knows his stuff when it comes to truly authentic TJ food. 421 Market Street, San Diego, 858-414-6654.
Look for the Hillcrest Corvette Diner to close on April 26 and reopen in Liberty Station early summer 2009. Owned by the Cohn Restaurant Group, the new site features a gaming arcade, more seating and lots of parking. Housed in a historic building that was the officers club, the new Corvette Diner & Gamers Garage will also give diners three different themed areas for family dining. For adults who may need a drink beyond a milk shake, there will be a full bar. The restaurant is located at the Barnett Street entrance to Liberty Station, across from the golf course.
Just discovered your site thanks to voiceofsandiego.org, and it’s pretty sweet. Seeing the bit about the Corvette Diner relocating, has there been any buzz about what might be slated to go in there? Maybe Kemo Sabe expands? If you hear anything, let us know.