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Here’s How To Taste San Diego’s Hottest Restaurants All In One Night

As March draws to a close and April is more than ready to spring into action, our anticipation for Foodquart is intensifying by the second. You can practically feel the heat coming from the fire that’ll be going down in San Diego this Saturday.

If you need catching up, we’re teaming up with LOCALE Magazine to celebrate the release of their latest issue, with an evening of food, music, and fun fun fun.

Food—20+ restaurants from San Diego offering tastes of what they can do, plus drinks provided by cool people like Sailor Jerry and Mike Hess Brewing (and did we mention the Build Your Own Bloody Mary bar?).

Music—including a DJ set from Bag Raiders, and special guest Jason Bentley from KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic.

Fun fun fun—fine folks such as yourself will be there (assuming you’re in SoCal, but hey, come from near or far) that you’re going to want to party with.  

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Right now we’re taking a look into a few of the younger Foodquart participant restaurants: San Diego Poke Co, Pop Pie Co, Supernatural Sandwiches, and The Baked Bear. These four have only opened within the last few years but have already found huge success among the competitive snacking scene in San Diego—and they’re only growing bigger, each looking into opening in additional locations. You’ll have the delicious opportunity to check ‘em all out at Foodquart:


San Diego Poke Co

Bringing  “…a mix of traditional and new style of poke,” you can often find San Diego Poke Co. serving bowls at Scripps Ranch Farmers Market or Hillcrest Market. Their first brick and mortar location will open in Mission Bay this April, so there’s a fair chance you might get to taste a menu exclusive at Foodquart!


Pop Pie Co

Coming to University Heights this spring: Pop Pie Co! Pop Pie specializes in handcrafted meat, vegetarian, vegan, savory and sweet pies, and you can have them for breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner. WOO!


Supernatural Sandwiches

Both a foodie favorite and San Diego staple, the thick seafood-stuffed sandwiches are named after the likes of mystical goddesses. It’s only a matter of time before they open their next location.


Baked Bear

Bear Bowls rule everything around me. 🙌 #thebakedbear

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Baked Bear is making plenty of noise: 4 locations in San Diego alone, plus a newly debuted San Franciscan location, and a soon-to-be debuted Scottsdale location. Though, their website says they’re expanding to multiple locations nationwide. Get your taste exclusively in San Diego’s Foodquart before the rest of the world can!

By Molly Shannon

Molly is the original krill queen and co-founder of the Boba Belt. She fancies a mean ramen burger, and a cold glass of nonfat milk.

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