When it comes to beloved restaurants, more of a good thing is always a... good thing. San Diego diners are lucky enough to have a handful of sister locations of favorite spots in the works, including Bruxie, which is due to open its second San Diego location in Horton Park this fall; Lucha Libre, which will unleash its extraordinary California burritos in North Park this summer; and Soda & Swine, which will stretch out into new digs in Liberty Station in April.
Not to be too pushy, but we’ve got a few other places in mind that ought to spawn a second location:
If you’re not already hooked on the Sicilian- and New York-style pies here, it’s probably because you live outside of the double-threat pizza shop’s fairly generous delivery zone, which includes North Park, South Park, University Heights, and Normal Heights. Sure, it’s worth the drive to score a slice of Barack-Oli-Ricotta and a corner slice of Sicilian-style Meatda ($9 on Thursdays, with a draft beer), but we think it’s high time for Paulie and co. to unveil another location, ideally Downtown (where there’s slice shops aplenty, but only a handful have any real game).