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Now Open: Rice Paper Vietnamese

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Sweet! There's a new kid on the 7th street block. Her name is Rice Paper and she wants to serve you spring rolls -- sushi style. 


The highly anticipated spring roll bar/Vietnamese restaurant, Rice Paper, opened its doors this past weekend. Located in the budding restaurant strip of 7th street between Palm Lane and Virgina, the modern eatery sits in a renovated bungalow complete with a street side patio outside  and a nice big community table inside. 

Choose from more than 20 different crispy and fresh springs rolls, served sushi style, or order a steaming bowl of pho. A little birdie from the Coronado neighborhood told us their sandwiches "are bomb. AND they have garlic fries!" 

We'll have to see for ourselves. 

Welcome to the neighborhood Rice Paper! 

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