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Published on November 27, 2019
The 4 newest businesses in San DiegoPhoto: Zero Gelato/Yelp

Looking to check out the newest restaurant and retail additions to San Diego? From a gelato shop to a furniture store, read on for a rundown of the newest hot spots to debut near you.

Zero Gelato

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Stroll up to 3331 Adams Ave. in Normal Heights and you'll find Zero Gelato. Its gelato and gelato pops are made on-site with local organic milk, fresh fruits and other natural ingredients. It also offers superfood latte mixes in flavors like chai turmeric and ginger beetroot.

Don TJ Tacos

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Stop by 744 Market St. in Core-Columbia and you'll find Don TJ Tacos. Yelpers are fans of the Mexican spot: So far, it's gotten 4.5 stars out of 16 reviews.

According to the eatery's Facebook page, its founders are "a family whose love for great food created a place where people can enjoy it too. With over 25 years of experience in authentic food, we provide every customer with an amazing time eating with friends."

Stop by for tacos, burritos, mulitas, quesadillas and fries. 

The Color Collective Salon

Photo: the color collective salon/Yelp

A new addition to North Park, The Color Collective Salon is a hairstylist spot offering hair extensions and more that's at 1807 Robinson Ave., Suite 104-105.

"Our commitment is to grow, laugh and thrive with you, provide top-notch hair care and service, and keep your hair evolving as you move through life," reads the salon's Facebook page. "So let's pour your favorite beverage and settle in; your hair journey starts here." 

Modani Furniture

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Now open at 1530 Camino De La Reina, Suite C-2 in Mission Valley East is Modani Furniture. The upscale chain sells brand-name furniture for living rooms, dining rooms, outdoor spaces and more.

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