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Jack Fisher has joined Tracy Borkum's Urban Kitchen Group as executive pastry chef, which encompasses the group of restaurants including Cucina Urbana, Kensington Grill, CUCINA enoteca and Urban Kitchen Catering.
The graph compares the total number of flights and passengers arriving and departing from San Diego's Lindbergh Field. The number of flights increased 5.2 percent to 17,017 in July, and total enplaned and deplaned passengers increased 9.7 percent to 1,670,554.
On Aug. 28, U.S. Assistant Secretary of Energy David Danielson will tour the Marriott La Jolla, one of the state’s three showcase projects in the Department of Energy's Better Business Challenge.
After more than a decade-long hiatus from opening more brewery restaurants, Karl Strauss recently opened its seventh brewery restaurant in 4S Ranch, just west of Rancho Bernardo. Karl Strauss has spent the last 10 years focusing on growing its brewing operation and expanding its beer distribution beyond San Diego, more than doubling its 20,000 barrels in 2002 to 50,000 barrels projected for 2012. The company has created 100 jobs, including hourly staff and management positions.
The American Indian-owned Santa Ysabel Resort & Casino on Lake Henshaw in North San Diego County filed papers this week arguing that the casino's status as an unincorporated company makes it eligible for bankruptcy reorganization in Chapter 11.
The national economy still might be struggling, but for some small businesses in San Diego, things are looking up.
Beer is no longer considered suitable only for the backyard, coolers and tailgating. White has helped make beer tasting a tourist attraction in San Diego that is on par with wine. Two of Ballast Point’s beers — the Sculpin India Pale Ale and Dorado Double IPA — are highly sought after and have won numerous awards.
While hotel sales in San Diego County decreased by 69.6 percent and dollar volume was down 97.5 percent through the year's first half, Atlas Hospitality Group said the numbers may be deceiving.
A 60,065-square-foot portion of the 107,843-square-foot Del Mar Heights Village shopping center has been purchased for approximately $40.87 million by a Costa Mesa-based entity, according to Bruce Schiff, one of the brokers handling the sale.
Originally from Salt Lake City, Joshua Orr is the director of beverage, advanced sommelier at Marina Kitchen, which is located at the San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina in downtown.
Jack in the Box Inc. said Wednesday that its net income fell 38 percent in its fiscal third quarter, as it booked restructuring costs amid its turnaround efforts. But the fast food chain said a key sales figure is improving in the current quarter and raised its outlook for the year.
The plan that began 10 years ago to redevelop Chula Vista's waterfront will go before the California Coastal Commission on Thursday.
Hotel real estate investment trusts with major assets in San Diego County have had varying degrees of success in this year's second quarter.
Elizabeth Harris, the owner of Elizabethan Desserts in Encinitas, has been baking since she was a child and professionally since 1996. Her childhood is a source of inspiration for many of the menu items she single-handedly creates.
San Diego’s hospitality industry is betting its bottom dollar that the sun will come out tomorrow — and stay out.
August is right around the corner, and it brings a technology workshop, conventions and a wine social.
The San Diego Planning Commission has denied an appeal to stop construction of the Fat City hotel project at its meeting on Thursday.
Escondido-based Realty Income Corp., a real estate investment trust that specializes in the acquisition of single-tenant, mostly retail assets, continued to gain strength in the second quarter.
The last full week of July is full of local award ceremonies, dinners and presentations. From computer forensics, Pinterest and renewable energy to annual awards, a summer work party and even a ball, the local business community has served up a platter anyone can enjoy.
The Maritime Museum of San Diego scooped up a Vietnam War-era patrol boat, which will be renovated and permanently displayed in San Diego.