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Had a rough night? Our bartender panel feels your pain. Here, they share some favorite spots for Where to Feed Your Hangover. These meals should help you kick that hangover into submission and leave you ready for another night of cocktail appreciation in this fair city.


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Super Cocina

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Jsix's Lauren Lathop Williamsops for lots of hydration and a spicy, carb-filled breakfast like chilaquiles. Eater recommends the version at this homey spot.

Pizzeria Luigi

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Craft & Commerce's Leigh Lacap feeds his hangover with an iced coffee and a slice of pizza; we like the pies at Luigi's original Golden Hill shop.

Urban Solace

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El Dorado's Ryan Kuntz says biscuits and gravy paired with a Chip Shot (Baileys, Tuaca, and Coffee) does the trick; Urban Solace has two gravy-smothered biscuit dishes on their Bluegrass Brunch menu.

Tacos El Gordo De Tijuana

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CH Projects' Anthony Schmidt swears by tacos, lots of tacos. Essentials include al pastor, adobada, carnitas, tripe and lengua.

Starlite

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URBN's Jason O'Bryan feeds his hangovers with cheeseburgers. Starlite's burger is a winner, and available at brunch with a host of hair of the dog cocktails.

Pho Lucky

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Polite Provisions' Erick Castro cures his hangover blues with a piping hot bowl of pho with all the fixings and extra Sriracha. Eater's partial to this pho place inside a Mira Mesa market.

Carnitas' Snack Shack

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Before Sycamore Den's Eric Johnson like to nap his hangover away. What puts him into a happy food coma? Anything at this pork-loaded North Park eatery.

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Adam Lockridge of Prepkitchen Little Italy is fond of this Chinese restaurant on Convoy; he recommends the dim sum here, where it's made to order in the kitchen rather than wheeled around on carts.

Tacos El Paisa

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Noble Experiment's Brian Lee is a fan of the restorative properties of a California burrito; Eater's into just about everything on the menu here, including their Cali burritos.

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Super Cocina

Jsix's Lauren Lathop Williamsops for lots of hydration and a spicy, carb-filled breakfast like chilaquiles. Eater recommends the version at this homey spot.

Pizzeria Luigi

Craft & Commerce's Leigh Lacap feeds his hangover with an iced coffee and a slice of pizza; we like the pies at Luigi's original Golden Hill shop.

Urban Solace

El Dorado's Ryan Kuntz says biscuits and gravy paired with a Chip Shot (Baileys, Tuaca, and Coffee) does the trick; Urban Solace has two gravy-smothered biscuit dishes on their Bluegrass Brunch menu.

Tacos El Gordo De Tijuana

CH Projects' Anthony Schmidt swears by tacos, lots of tacos. Essentials include al pastor, adobada, carnitas, tripe and lengua.

Starlite

URBN's Jason O'Bryan feeds his hangovers with cheeseburgers. Starlite's burger is a winner, and available at brunch with a host of hair of the dog cocktails.

Pho Lucky

Polite Provisions' Erick Castro cures his hangover blues with a piping hot bowl of pho with all the fixings and extra Sriracha. Eater's partial to this pho place inside a Mira Mesa market.

Carnitas' Snack Shack

Before Sycamore Den's Eric Johnson like to nap his hangover away. What puts him into a happy food coma? Anything at this pork-loaded North Park eatery.

China Max

Adam Lockridge of Prepkitchen Little Italy is fond of this Chinese restaurant on Convoy; he recommends the dim sum here, where it's made to order in the kitchen rather than wheeled around on carts.

Tacos El Paisa

Noble Experiment's Brian Lee is a fan of the restorative properties of a California burrito; Eater's into just about everything on the menu here, including their Cali burritos.

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