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Here Are 5 New Spots To Eat and Drink in San Diego

The return of a sushi master, a new Irish pub & more.

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HILLCREST— Oscar Wilde's Irish Pub is now pouring in the former Gossip Grill space. The gastropub's menu includes traditional and more creative pub grub, with a beverage program that revolves around whiskey, which spikes their Irish coffee, plus 24 beer taps and bottomless mimosas during Sunday brunch. Their daily 3 to 7 p.m. happy hours deals include $5 draft beer and $4 shots of Jameson. [EaterWire]

GRANTVILLE— Eater readers are reporting that Sushi Bar Kazumi has resurfaced at 10330 Friars Road, where it has replaced Sushi 4 You in the Riverdale Shopping Center. The restaurant's namesake, a master sushi chef, operated a well-regarded sushi bar in Hillcrest for many years. [EaterWire]

KEARNY MESA— A new eatery serving Thai and Laos cuisine is now open at 3904 Convoy Street. Sang Deuan is the sister restaurant to Sang Dao, the family's other popular restaurant on El Cajon Boulevard. [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN— The questionably-named Rusty Brothel has apparently been newly-redubbed as The Whiskey House (416 3rd Ave). There's a similar bar food menu, plus cocktails and craft beer. [EaterWire]

MIRA MESA— Readers say that Tofu House opened their second location last week at 9089 Mira Mesa Boulevard. The 2,000-square-foot stand-alone restaurant is significantly bigger than their original Convoy Street outpost. [EaterWire]

Oscar Wilde Irish Pub

1440 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92103

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