San Diego's 4 newest businesses

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Want to check out the latest businesses to open in San Diego? Read on for more about the newest enterprises to debut recently, from two cryotherapy studios to restaurants specializing in salads and Vietnam cuisine

Head Lettuce

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Head over to 4150 Regents Park Row, Suite 175 in University City, and you'll find Head Lettuce, a new spot to score salads and more.

The restaurant's centerpiece salads include crispy chicken cobb (buttermilk fried chicken, smoked bacon, hard-boiled egg, blue cheese and chipotle honey mustard dressing), Tijuana Caesar (cotija cheese, blue corn crisps, grilled chicken and zesty Caesar dressing) and ramen crush (sugar snap peas, carrots, edamame, crunch ramen noodles and miso ginger sesame dressing). The spot also offers bowls and soups, including tomato basil and chicken and wild rice.

Cryo Sculpting Lab

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Cryo Sculpting Lab is a cryotherapy spa, body contouring and aesthetician spot that recently opened at 3651 Midway, Suite 35, in Point Loma Heights.

Per the business' Facebook page, its "San Diego's premier body contouring center," offering non-invasive, painless and safe procedures.

PT Eatery

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Now open at 7351 Clairemont Mesa Blvd. in Kearny Mesa is PT Eatery, a Vietnamese spot.

As several Yelp reviewers note, this restaurant is the successor to the now-closed Phuong Trang restaurant. PT Eatery's menu includes several varieties of pho, broken-grain rice dishes, vermicelli bowls, rice paper wraps, stir-fried vegetables and more.

All My Cryo

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Last but not least, head to 4340 Genesee Ave., Suite 106 in Clairemont Mesa West, and you'll find All My Cryo, a cryotherapy spa, body contouring and skin care spot.

According to the business' Facebook page, it "offers the most effective approach to gaining and maintaining whole-body health and mental joy." Services include cryotherapy, infrared sauna pods, compression therapy and thermal stimulation for the face and body.

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