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Sirena's Fresh Spring Menu & Tender Greens Now Delivers

Plus, famed chef April Broomfield stops at Chino Farm.

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Sirena Latin Seafood
Sirena Latin Seafood
Mike Newton

LITTLE ITALY— If you haven't yet, it's time to try the supremely tasty Sirena Latin Seafood, which just introduced a new menu for spring, which is full of vibrant and fresh South American-inspired dishes that feature local seafood and produce, including variations of ceviche from Peru and Chile and a squid starter that incorporates shaved fennel, baby artichokes, English peas, bacon, mint vinaigrette and lemon sorbet. A new carrot cake dessert that's entirely vegan is also a standout. During happy hour, from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, a trio of fish tacos made with homemade tortillas is only $6, with $2 off all wine and beer. And at brunch, Sirena's prix fixe menu lets you choose two dishes, ranging from butternut squash pancakes to green chilaquiles, for just $16. [EaterWire]

AROUND TOWN— Popular fast-casual concept Tender Greens just got even more convenient; the eatery is working with the delivery service Postmates to offer on-demand delivery of its entire menu of hot plates, salads, and sandwiches from all of its San Diego locations (UTC, Liberty Station and Downtown). Orders include a flat $4.99 delivery fee. [EaterWire]

RANCHO SANTA FE— Acclaimed chef April Bloomfield (The Spotted Pig, Tosca Cafe) will be in town on Saturday, May 9 for an event that centers around her latest cookbook, A Girl And Her Greens; Hearty Meals from the Garden. Scheduled from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Chino Farm as part of its Good Earth Great Chefs Series, Bloomfield will sign books and there will be food samples using spring produce from the farm, plus live music. [EaterWire]



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