If you’re looking for Eastern European food in San Diego and you don’t have a Romanian aunt, you have to get creative. This is not Bratislava or Prague. Or even Cleveland. Because restaurants from that broad region, which includes many diverse culinary traditions, are a rarity in San Diego (here’s to hoping that will change), finding satisfying fare takes more granular hunting at the dish or drink level. Use this guide to discover local restaurants, delis, and cafes that offer a taste of the old country.
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