Salt bae and honey salt are coming back to San Diego, according to a new restaurant and bar.
The Honey Salt Restaurant and Bar is opening its doors to the public Monday, Oct. 19.
It will serve a menu of bbq ribs, chicken fried steak, fried chicken, and a variety of other entrees, including homemade Mexican hot sauce.
Honey salt has been around since the 1970s, and is also made from powdered salt.
The bbqs are cooked in the microwave to make them saltier.
The bbQs are made with pork fat and salt.
In the 1950s, a Salt bbque was opened in Salt Lake City, Utah, called Salt Lake BBQ.
In 1978, another Salt bq was opened at San Diego’s Fairmont Hotel.
The original Honey Salt opened in 2013 at the Mission San Diego International Airport.
The restaurant is located at 9600 Mission Blvd., San Diego.
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