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Monello
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Little Italy, San Diego
$$, Outdoor Seating, Full Bar, Italian
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UnderBelly
Hot Spot
Little Italy, San Diego
$$, Happy Hour, Outdoor Seating, Ramen, Gastropub
2 Recommendations
Get In My...
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December 5, 2016

Belly. For when your belly needs more belly. Oh, the irony.

The Required: New York City
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A definitive guide to New York's tried and trues, as chosen by over 5000+ of the nation's top chefs, sommeliers, bartenders, and other food and beverage pros.

Sweet, Sour, Savory, and Spicy
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From a trendy take on house-made Spam to the dumplings that keep people coming back time and time again, these are some of the best, hand-picked by the best chefs. Sponsored by Kikkoman.

Summer Burger Perfection, Don’t Forget the Tots
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2:27

Chef Wes Rowe of namesake restaurant Wes Burger in San Francisco knows his way around a hamburger. To build this perfect summertime version, he recreates the flavors he remembers from childhood barbecues with smoky charcoal, pickled onions, aged cheddar cheese, and of course, a generous dollop (or two) of Hunt’s Best Ever ketchup, with a big old side of crispy tots for dipping.

Parallels | Tom Gore and Liza Shaw
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3:02

If it makes a better product, you do what it takes to get it there. When Tom Gore Vineyards and Merigan Sub Shop's Liza Shaw compare notes, they discover more #parallels between a damn fine sandwich and a glass of wine than you’d expect: both take time, and—if you love them—don’t feel like work. Sponsored

Opening Night at Chris Cosentino’s Acacia House
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4:52

After months of anticipation, Acacia House, a 120-year-old stunner in Napa Valley, reincarnates as the exuberant new vision from Chef Chris Cosentino. Sexy crisped edges, ice cold bubbly, and gleaming hits of caviar abound on the maiden voyage.

Opening Night: Cockscomb with Chef Chris Cosentino
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2:32

Industry friends, that one journalist who’s already reviewing, and neighbors with eagerly tweeting and ‘gramming thumbs. Basically everyone showed up for the debut of chef Chris Cosentino’s Cockscomb; here’s how it went down. Opening Night immerses you in the rush of the unknown, as restaurants around the world open their doors for the first time. These things only happen once. Snag that coveted seat at the line, on us.

Sweet Pea and Morel Risotto with Chef Chris Cosentino | Rethink Rice
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There’s something to be said for a beautiful risotto. Arborio kind of seems like the starlet of the rice world, no? A little demanding, but so stinkin' charming you give in to its every whim. If that’s the case, just call Chef Chris Cosentino the arborio-whisperer. He makes it sing. And Arborio from RiceSelect® is a perfect choice. Learn more about RiceSelect® and their full line of products here. Sponsored

On Mental Health in The Kitchen with Chef Chris Cosentino | Elevated
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4:47

After decades of work that led to international acclaim—the title of Top Chef Master, appearances on countless TV shows, the opening of his dream restaurant centered around whole animal cookery—Cockscomb chef Chris Cosentino found himself caught between two sparring halves of his own mind. In this episode of Elevated, Chris speaks out about the greatest taboo in the culinary world: mental health, and its pervasive reach in this industry. Elevated is a series where chefs talk challenges faced, and challenges overcome.

Octopuslapse at Uma Casa | Chef Telmo Faria
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0:31

Watch as we smash one night in a busy, popular kitchen into one minute, and then watch it again. This time, chef Telmo Faria channels the spirit of the octopus while showing off two dishes from Uma Casa, his Portuguese inspired pop-up: a grilled octopus salad, and his take on the Portuguese classic, carne de porco à alentejana.

Chef Kim Alter's Favorite Kao Mun Gai at Hawker Fare | The Usual
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Chef Kim Alter of Plum restaurant in Oakland visits chef James Syhabout's restaurant Hawker Fare to order the kao mun gai, a comforting Thai chicken and rice dish that James puts his spin on using a few modern techniques. In The Usual, the country's best chefs reveal the one dish that blows their mind again and again, then head behind-the-scenes to meet the creators.

Chef Nick Balla of Bar Tartine | Roots
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10:42

Some people say that what Chef Nick Balla is doing at Bar Tartine in San Francisco is crazy. It ain’t crazy, it’s just layered with the restaurant's unparalleled DIY foods program, his unlikely marriage of Japanese and Hungarian cuisines, and his youth spent playing in a band. Roots takes a deep biographical look into the world's most influential chefs to reveal their inspirations. Ancestry.com style except not really.

The Dish Chefs Love the Most in Your City
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Valentine's Day got us wondering: What dishes on Chefs Feed are the most beloved by our chef contributors? So we searched through our database to find out what dish had the most chef-picks in each of the cities we cover. Here's a look at what dishes get the most chef lovin' in their respective cities.
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