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Published on January 30, 2020
4 fresh businesses in San DiegoPhoto: The Greenspot Salad Company/Yelp

Interested in getting the lowdown on the newest businesses to open in San Diego? From an ax-throwing emporium to a cannabis dispensary, read on for a list of the newest hot spots to debut near you.

The Greenspot Salad Company

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New to 2075 Camino De La Reina in Mission Valley East is The Greenspot Salad Company, a spot to score salads. Its centerpiece offering are green bowls, which include the Superfood salad (baby spinach, shredded kale, broccoli, roasted sweet potato, quinoa, avocado, lemon juice and olive oil) and the Ensenada salad (romaine lettuce, spring mix, grape tomato, red onion, sweet corn, roasted red pepper, avocado and cilantro citrus dressing). A variety of rice and quinoa bowls are also on offer, as well as wraps, soups and potato dishes.

Axe Thro Co

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Axe Thro Co recently opened its doors at 4428 Convoy St., Suite 310 in Kearny Mesa.

The venue features tournament-style ax-throwing events, as well as private team-building and holiday parties. Each session is taught by the facility's coaches.

Klover Dispensary

Photo: klover dispensary/Yelp

Klover Dispensary is a cannabis retailer also offering edibles and more that opened recently at 3500 Estudillo St. in Mission Hills. So far, it's been a popular addition, with Yelpers awarding it five stars out of five reviews.

According to its website, "Klover is an immersive, forward-looking recreational cannabis dispensary in San Diego. Whether you’re a novice or an expert, Klover’s budtenders can help you find the perfect product from the dispensary’s carefully curated stock." The dispensary offers such brands as CRU, Ember Vally, FloraCal Farms and Henry's Original.

Legacy Cleaners

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Legacy Cleaners is a small dry cleaning, sewing and alteration chain that recently opened its latest location at 12461 Rancho Bernardo Road in Rancho Bernardo.

According to the business' Facebook page, it's a "family-run business that has been providing garment cleaning services since 1993." Its mission is to balance "state-of-the-art dry-cleaning practices with innovative eco-friendly processes."

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