(SAN DIEGO) - Whatever flavor you've got a thirst or hunger for, you can satisfy it at the Little Italy Food Hall.
Doors opened at 3 p.m. on Thursday, July 12 for six different dining options, a full bar, as well as an outdoor beer and wine cart. From a bowl of spicy ramen to pizza or tacos, you can run the gastro gamut and wash it all down with a specialty cocktail:
The Little Italy Food Hall is open seven days a week for your dining pleasure, and is located in the recently opened Piazza della Famiglia.
Friend of The DSC Show on 100.7 KFM-BFM and CBS8, Sam The Cooking Guy, has dipped his toe into the restaurant business with his food stall, Not Not Tacos. He first told us about his endeavor back in February:
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