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Galaxy Taco Continues All-Star Takeovers

Plus, new weekend brunches & a deluxe beef dinner

Galaxy Taco Touches Down on Shores of La Jolla

LA JOLLA— More culinary stars are on the way to Galaxy Taco to head up the eatery’s sought-after Tuesday Taco Takeovers. Tonight, Barrio Logan’s taco experts Salud! will be in the house along with neighborhood coffeehouse Por Vida. On November 29, The Lodge at Torrey Pines’ acclaimed executive chef Jeff Jackson will be the featured guest, followed by George’s California Modern sous chef Brad Chance on December 6, Addison’s award-winning executive chef William Bradley on December 13, Jsix’s executive chef Anthony Sinsay on December 20, and The Shipping Yard/Cosecha's Steve Brown on December 27. EaterWire]

AROUND TOWN— CH Projects is rolling out new weekend brunch service at two of its hot spots. From 9 am to 3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, Craft & Commerce’s executive chef Ted Smith is cooking up hearty daytime decadence ranging from a foie gras breakfast burrito stuffed with marinated skirt steak and comforting country fried chicken and waffles to a sweet goat cheese and orange marmalade-topped toast. Over at Soda & Swine’s original Adams Avenue spot, the hospitality group’s head chef Jason McLeod is rolling out a meatball-centric morning menu that includes new house baked jalapeño and cheddar biscuits that sandwich eggs, cheese, and any meatball or get served smothered in gravy. There’s also a mimosa champagne slushie, a fun frozen version of the brunch beverage staple. It’s all available from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. [EaterWire]

CORONADO— The next edition of the innovative Cosecha pop-up from chef Steve Brown will land at the recently-shuttered Shima Steakhouse. Scheduled for Saturday, December 17, the dinner event will start with cocktails at 6:15 p.m. followed by a five-course dinner at 7 p.m. that spotlights a luxurious ingredient, the highest-grade A-5 Satsuma Wagyu beef. Whiskey or wine pairings will also be offered. Tickets are $120. [EaterWire]

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