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New Menu at Table No 10; Ponce's Expands; North County Taco Switcheroo

A seasonal menu shifts, an local eatery heads to Portland and a taco shops swaps spots.

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EAST VILLAGE— Chef/owner Jason Gethin of the seasonally-driven Table No 10 has launched a fresh version of their menu that includes small plate additions (pig ear tostada, charred octopus) and heftier entrees that range from California-raised rabbit and grits to a smoked pork collar served with beans and cauliflowers and a long-handled buffalo ribeye tomahawk chop. From the bar, there's a Berry Punch made with bourbon, blackberries, lime, sugar and mint, and new desserts include a semolina-ricotta cake served with caramel popcorn, corn ice cream and an Aleppo pepper tuile. [EaterWire]

PORTLAND— Eater Portland reports that the owners of Ponce's Mexican Restaurant, a neighborhood favorite in Kensington, are planning to open a sister restaurant in the Northwest. The spin-off will be named Rocio's and should be open by Spring 2015. [EP]

LEUCADIA— A friend of Eater passed along word that Haggo's Organic Tacos has just moved digs, swapping their charming, slightly-ramshackle and all-outdoor eating space for a larger and sleeker indoor eatery with a patio at 1302 N Coast Hwy 101, Ste 101. The menu of tacos, burritos and quesadillas filled with mainly organic ingredients remains the same, as do the operating hours, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. [EaterWire]

Table No. 10

369 10th Ave, San Diego, CA 92101

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