San Diego had a champion of mandatory tipping in Jay Porter. But Matt Gordon, who owns several local restaurants, said a new IRS rule would eliminate the practice nationwide.
Our startup scene has generally improved over the last five or 10 years. But we founders have to ask ourselves: Are we doing enough to support each other?
Things didn’t work out for Jay Porter, but that’s not San Diego’s fault. As a restaurateur, I do feel like I have the opportunity to succeed here.
Restaurateur Jay Porter, who shuttered his North Park restaurants late last year, explains why he left San Diego.
San Diego’s missing mayor, the nonexistent binational Olympics bid and more.
A roundup of food news, including a local chef grabbing national attention, and a tiki party.
Videos of hidden sides of Balboa Park, notes on organizations closing their doors and more in our weekly culture roundup.
Surely there’s a way to test the will of the voters without forcing them to make decisions on such complex laws.
Many cities subsidize their bike-sharing program. Now, Mayor Jerry Sanders wants to do one — and make a profit off of it.
A revitalizing North Park seeks city help to bring balance to its various pockets.