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Interested in discovering the freshest new spots in San Diego? From the latest store from an upscale beauty brand to a classic barbershop with a modern twist, read on for a rundown of the newest destinations to open around town.

Sephora

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Wander over to 3715 Caminito Court, Suite 0600, in Carmel Valley and you'll find Sephora, a perfume, skin care, cosmetics and beauty supply spot. Part of a network of more than 2,500 stores worldwide, this latest shop — located in the One Paseo complex — offers a variety of beauty products from eye palettes to hair treatments. Featured brands include Tom Ford, Olaplex and Dior. 

The Butcher N Cheese

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New to 4705 Clairemont Drive, Suite C, in North Clairemont is The Butcher N Cheese. The eatery features a variety of grass-fed burgers and cage-free fried chicken sandwiches, along with craft beer and wine. Small plates like the mozzarella sticks, the herbed-garlic fries and the coconut crunch shrimp are also available.

Seafarer Coffee

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New to 5032 Niagara Ave. in Ocean Beach is Seafarer Coffee. Residing in shared space with Current Collective and Saltwater Surf + Supply, this cafe offers local coffee and tea from Modern Times and KETL Tea, as well as matcha lattes, americanos and mochas. 

Mr. Moto Pizza House

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An Ocean Beach newcomer, Mr. Moto Pizza House is at 1929 Cable St. The family-owned-and-operated pizza parlor features specialty gourmet pies with a choice of either red or white sauce. White pies include pizzas like the Smoky Greens with fresh spinach, ricotta, garlic, sweet balsamic glaze and garlic paste, while its specialty red pies include The Wave, topped with pepperoni, sausage, green peppers, red onions and mushrooms. 

Brightside Barber

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Now open at 1050 University Ave., Suite E101, is Brightside Barber. Located in the Hillcrest HUB Marketplace, the barbershop sports a classic look and feel, and features such modern amenities as online and mobile app appointments and text reminders. Walk-ins are also welcome.

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