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Carruth Cellars to Open a Multi-Use Venue in Oceanside

MANUFACTURING: ‘The Hangar’ Will Be the Fourth Tasting Room for the Winery

Carruth Cellars, the largest urban winery in San Diego County with three locations, is expanding.

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Grain & Grit to Open Ghost Kitchen

Samwiches and Samburgers Will Be First Concepts at Seaport Village

Grain & Grit Collective, the Little Italy-based hospitality group, continues to break barriers in the local culinary world.

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Fairmont Grand Del Mar Names New General Manager

In his new post, Michael O'Donohue will be responsible for managing the overall team and operations, performance and strategic direction.

San Diego Named No. 7 Best Large City in the U.S. by Conde Nast Traveler

San Diego has been named the 7th best large city in the United States by Conde Nast Traveler.

FTC Challenges Qualcomm Antitrust Win

TECH: Historically, Rehearing Requests Rarely Granted

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission urged a U.S. appeals court to reconsider an Aug. 11 ruling that threw out antitrust claims against San Diego chipmaker Qualcomm Inc.

Feeding San Diego Receives $50,000 Grant

Distribution of shelf stable products will continue to take place at regularly scheduled distribution centers through the fall and winter months.

Restaurant Week Pivots to ‘Dine Diego’ Initiative

HOSPITALITY: Month-long Event Encourages Locals to Eat Out

Running Sept. 15 through Oct. 15, Dine Diego will take the place of San Diego Restaurant Week. Its goal is to encourage San Diegans to eat out and support participating restaurants in droves, and subsequently create work for servers, cooks, farmers, suppliers and other affected groups.

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Crack Shack Signs Expansion Deal

Fried Chicken Chain Plans To Open 3 More Stores in Next 12 Months

An investment firm plans to commit the necessary capital for Crack Shack to open three more units in the next 12 months, preferably outside of California.

LevitZacks Named Best Accounting Firm to Work For

LevitZacks has repeated its feat of being named the Best Accounting Firm to Work For in the small business category.

Asian Street Food Sees Boom During Pandemic

From Korean Fried Chicken to Chinese Take-Out, Demand is High

San Diego has long had an Asian food presence. Convoy Street in Kearny Mesa is home to nearly 100 Asian restaurants, from Korean BBQ to ramen places to sushi and Thai. In fact, the 1.5 mile long stretch has been touted as America’s No. 1 Asian restaurant row.

National Accounting Firm Leases UTC Space

Weaver’s San Diego Team Rapidly Expanding

Weaver – a national accounting firm that specializes in working with clients in the oil, gas and renewable fuels market – has moved its San Diego operations from coworking space it had been leasing in UTC to permanent offices in the same neighborhood.

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City of Oceanside Awarded $69M for Pure Water Project

The funding will be used to finance nearly half of the city’s $158 million Pure Water Oceanside project, to be completed in 2022.

6 New Restaurants Opening at UCSD

Plant Power, Fan-Fan, Tahini Slated to Open by Early 2021

The University of California San Diego is adding a heapful of restaurant options to San Diego’s already robust food and beverage scene.

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Port of San Diego CEO Announces Retirement

Coniglio’s retirement date has not been set.

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Birch Aquarium Makes STEM Approachable for Students

EDUCATION: Virtual Youth and School Group Programs Cater to Multiple Ages

Inspired by the success of its Virtual Summer Learning Adventure Camps, which served 1,361 students, Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego has launched a couple of new online education offerings catering to both teachers and parents.

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