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Sea Rocket Bistro chef develops international palate

Chad White is executive chef/partner of Sea Rocket Bistro and owner of EGO Culinary Trends.

Beer & Sake Festival returns June 23

The Japan Society of San Diego and Tijuana hosts the ninth annual Beer & Sake Festival on from 6 to 9 p.m., June 23, at the San Diego Marriott Del Mar, bringing together San Diego's top chefs to showcase their Japanese culinary and sake traditions for the San Diego community.

Ladeki expands staff with Augarten

The Ladeki Restaurant Group has added Mark Augarten to its executive team as vice president of operations.

Taste of Gaslamp among choices on Father's Day weekend

The 18th annual Taste of Gaslamp is slated for Father's Day Weekend -- June 18-19. The event will feature more than 25 dining venues each day.

Literature-inspired dishes served at May 18 fundraiser

The San Diego Council on Literacy will host its second annual culinary fundraiser, "Eat. Drink. Read." May 18 at Liberty Station. The council's CEO, Jose Cruz, talks about how this event supports the organization and why fans of good books, good food and drink will want to attend.

Italian café opens first U.S. location in Hillcrest

Bringing the brand and concept over from Italy, Caffe Vergnano 1882 is opening its first U.S. location in San Diego's Hillcrest neighborhood in mid-April.

Big bicycle ride highlights upcoming Italian festival

Gran Fondo is setting the stage for its third year in San Diego. The Italian "Big Ride" brings out more than 3,500 cyclists and thousands of spectators for the ride across the county.

Homebrewers Association conference on tap in June

Are you a home brewer? Do you want to spend a day brewing with the Karl Strauss Brewing Team and have your beer tasted by thousands of fans?

Red Marlin hosts food, wine event Feb. 8

Hyatt Regency Mission Bay's Red Marlin restaurant is hosting its annual "Taste of Red Marlin" at 6 p.m., Feb. 8.

Terra closing Hillcrest doors, heading to La Mesa

After 13 years at its current Hillcrest location, farm-to-table themed Terra restaurant is closing its doors March 20 to move and re-open in La Mesa as Terra American Bistro.

Alternative healing spa models business after Costco

Jing Sun was born in Shenyang, China and received her degree in accounting in Dalian, China. After moving to the states in 2001, she immersed herself in American culture and received her Bachelor of Science in business administration -- finance. She soon traded her career in accounting for entrepreneurship and opened her first spa in 2009.

Arterra grabs three new employees

Arterra at Marriott Del Mar has added some new additions to its executive team. Michael Wlodkowski is the new general manager who previously served as director of operations for JW Marriott, San Francisco.

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