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Check out the 5 freshest businesses in San Diego

Check out the 5 freshest businesses in San Diego
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By Hoodline - Published on October 31, 2019.

Itching to know the newest spots in San Diego? From a Latin/South American eatery to an upscale event venue, here's a look at the latest businesses to open their doors.

Pachamama

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Now open at 3737 Adams Ave. in Normal Heights is Pachamama, a Latin/South American spot. Named after an Andean earth goddess, the eatery's entrees include roasted pasture-raised chicken, crispy wild salmon and organic tamales. A striking centerpiece of the spot's decor is a colorful mural of its namesake by Gloria Muriel (shown). So far, the restaurant has been well-received: it's got a five-star rating out of 25 reviews on Yelp.

Allure Hair And Makeup Bar

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Allure Hair And Makeup Bar recently opened at 2720 Via De La Valle in North City. The stylish spot houses a hair salon, makeup artist and eyelash service. Thus far, Yelpers are fans of the business: It's got five stars out of nine reviews.

Harland Brewing

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Stroll over to 10115 Carroll Canyon Road in Scripps Ranch and you'll find Harland Brewing's new taproom. The spot offers pours of the brand's various labels, including  Mexican Lager, Hazy IPA and Blonde Ale.

Hobby Lobby

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At 8181 Mira Mesa Blvd., you'll find the latest outpost of Hobby Lobby, the fabric store chain known for home decor, arts and craft supplies, and more. The location is still working to find its footing, with three stars out of six reviews on Yelp. 

The Grandstand

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Finally, stop by 4201 El Cajon Blvd. in Teralta West and check out The Grandstand, a venues/event space, comedy club and music venue. The spot, which has netted five stars out of eight reviews so far on Yelp, can host wedding receptions, birthday or anniversary celebrations, fund-raisers, corporate events, holiday parties and more. 


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