Souplantation Grand Reopening

Pilar Bower, Rod Mahs

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The Souplantation in Carmel Valley held a Grand Reopening Feb. 28 to celebrate its recent upgrade. Ten percent of the night’s proceeds will be donated to local Boys & Girls Clubs.

The Souplanatation is in Piazza Carmel, 3804 Valley Center Drive, San Diego, 92130.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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