Interested in sampling the newest businesses in San Diego? From a pita place to a cryotherapy spa to a tiki bar within a brewery and more, read on for a rundown of the newest hot spots to debut recently.

Pita 22

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A Torrey Highlands newcomer, Pita 22 is a Mediterranean and Middle Eastern spot offering tapas and more at 7825 Highlands Village Place, Suite E 105.

"Enjoy hummus, chicken shawarma, beef kabobs, falafel, shakshuka, salads and more in our famous house-made pita, or in a bowl," the eatery states on its Facebook page. "Try our original house-made hummus with various toppings and come back to taste all 22 of our dishes for a full experience." 

Chill N Out Cryotherapy UTC

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Chill N Out Cryotherapy UTC's services include cryotherapy chambers, an infrared sauna, IV-hydration and BEMER treatments (pulsed electromagnetic field therapy). It recently opened at 4130 La Jolla Village Drive, Suite 208, in University City.

Diesel A Book Store

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Diesel, A Book Store is an independent bookseller that recently opened at 12843 El Camino Real, Suite 104 in Carmel Valley.

The store, a branch of an LA-based retailer, describes itself on its website as a "cutting-edge, high octane, community-radiating, independent neighborhood bookstore we all dream of hanging out in, getting imaginally turned on in and literarily inspired by."  

San Diego Sliders

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New to 909 Grand Ave. in Pacific Beach is San Diego Sliders, a traditional American spot, offering sliders, burgers, shakes, fries and more. With five stars out of 33 reviews on Yelp, it's off to a strong start.

Per the business' Facebook page, "Sliders made to order, made to satisfy. We cater to all palettes. Our menu includes Hawaiian pulled pork, prime rib, chicken and waffles, veggie, Greek, Cubano, lobster and so much more... we got you covered!"

Forbidden Cove

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Now open at 7576 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., in the Kilowatt Brewing complex in Kearny Mesa, is Forbidden Cove, a tiki, beer and cocktail bar.

Patrons are given tiki-idol keys to open the bar's door, behind which they'll find a faux tropical paradise featuring tropical fruit-inspired beers and rum or vodka craft cocktails. 

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