Mavericks Beach Club has opened for business in a 15,000-square-foot indoor and outdoor venue that was formerly Pacific Beach Bar and Grill.
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Named after California’s largest surf break, the restaurant at 860 Garnet Avenue features coastal-California decor, five full bars and menus offering Baja-inspired food for lunch and dinner.
It’s designed as a party mecca with outdoor games, live music, televisions, a dance floor and even a bicycle valet.
Windmall Food Hall Planned in Carlsbad
Markham recently signed a lease to transform the 12,000-square-foot indoor and outdoor restaurant space at 890 Palomar Airport Road into an artisanal food hall concept opening in the summer 2018.
“Experiential retail and restaurant concepts will continue to thrive as consumers want choice when dining out,” said Bill Shrader, senior vice president at Colliers International, which handled the lease.
“The Windmill Food Hall will deliver an exciting, new concept in one of North County’s iconic buildings,” he added.
JRDN Restaurant Reopens After Renovation
The trendy JRDN at Tower 23 in Pacific Beach has officially reopened following two months of renovations to update the look, add a sushi bar and reinvent its menu.
“Whether guests come to JRDN as a local or a tourist, with our beachside location, you feel like you are on vacation” said David Warner, executive chef. “I wanted to reinforce that feeling by creating a sense of discovery with the new menu.”
“The dishes blend California cuisine, with its focus on seasonal ingredients, with Japanese and Baja flavors in surprising ways,” he added.
The new menu encourages guests to eat family style with shareable items and small plates while enjoying the ocean views.
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