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Family-Style Italian Feast; New Tacos; More Live Music

LIBERTY STATIONSolare Ristorante's chef Accursio Lota is prepping the next installment of their monthly dinners celebrating different regions of Italy. The Feast of Puglia! is scheduled for Wednesday, June 25, with a reception at 6:15 p.m. and dinner at 6:45 p.m.; the ten-course menu will be served family-style at communal tables and include specialities from "the heel of the boot", from orecchiette pasta to Bari-style baked rice with potato and mussels. The dinner is $59; call 619 270 9670 to RSVP. [EaterWire]

NORTH PARK— Eater readers have been raving about North Park's new City Tacos which opened recently at 3028 University Ave. The Reader praises its $3.50 tacos and "foodie-friendly menu", which includes handmade flour and corn tortillas and fillings like mahi with mango habañero jelly and smoked chipotle-avocado cream sauce and lamb with wild mushrooms and fried leeks. [SDReader]

GASLAMP— Nashville-based restaurant and music club chain Tin Roof, which has locations in the Southeast and Midwest, just opened its new Gaslamp spot in what used to be the Rock Bottom at 401 G St. There's live music and karaoke, plus a "TennMex" menu that includes quesadillas, salads and bar snacks. [EaterWire]

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Solare Ristorante

2820 Roosevelt Rd, San Diego, CA 92106 (619) 270-9670

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