The exceptional range of dishes offered at Petco Park expands with the addition of the famous Chinese restaurant Din Tai Fung. Eater San Diego gives us a glimpse of what’s on the way there, as well as other top stories from the week about our local food and drink scene.
Where to eat at Petco Park
With Petco Park now sitting at full capacity, Padres fans take full advantage of the diverse and mostly local collection of restaurants found at the stadium. Joining San Diego-based names like Puesto and Grand Ole BBQ is a brand known around the world for its dumplings, Din Tai Fung. While his famous soup dumplings aren’t on the baseball stadium’s menu, there’s a great selection of sweet and savory steamed buns.
For the first time in 630 days, Petco Park will be filled to capacity. NBC 7’s Nicole Gomez reports from the park where so many people were expecting this.
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Kettner exchange team takes over El Camino
El Camino, Little Italy’s longtime Mexican restaurant and bar is now part of the SDCM group, which runs Kettner Exchange and Waverly, among other well-known local eateries. Now renamed Camino Riviera, the spot is undergoing a transformation and will reopen in August with a new design and a new menu inspired by the Riviera Maya in Mexico.
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Mexican seafood arrives in convoy
Opening in July, El Viejon will bring classic Mariscos dishes, from ceviche to fish tacos, to Convoy Street. With a quick and casual menu of Mexican seafood that will have an Asian twist (after all, this matches the flavors of Convoy), the restaurant will also offer popular hangover cures for breakfast, including pozole and birria. .
Malaysian Boba chain expands to San Diego
Very popular in Malaysia, Daboba is embarking on an expansion plan that will give the chain a major presence in the United States and Europe. Specializing in trendy boba drinks including brown sugar milk tea and honey boba pearls, Daboba plans to open two sites in San Diego this year. Here is what we know, until now.
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