If unique restaurants, bustling boutiques and a high-end movie theater didn’t yet peak interests at Liberty Station, then just wait. In the coming months, the former Naval Training Center is set to unveil new restaurants and businesses that locals and visitors can both enjoy.
Pisco Rotisserie & Cevicheria (Late July)
A taste of Peru is coming to Point Loma. In this “indoor-outdoor eatery,” Peruvian dishes will be paired with South American wines and beers, as well as San Diego’s “Pisco-driven cocktails.”
2401 Truxton Road #102, Point Loma, piscorotisserie.com
The Bar at Moniker General (Late July)
As if a coffee shop and retail store weren’t enough, Moniker General is adding a 1950s-style bar to its property. Aside from Moniker General’s famous cocktails, Moniker Home will debut a complimentary barware collection. Intrigued customers can expect to enjoy The Bar’s cocktails on Moniker General’s new extended patio.
2860 Sims Road, Point Loma, 619.255.8772 or monikergeneral.com
POKÉ 1-2-3 (Late summer)
Located in the former Postal Annex building, POKÉ 1-2-3 will offer customers fresh ingredients in healthy dishes. Aside from poke, the restaurant will offer chicken and vegan options, all of which can be used in POKÉ 1-2-3’s custom bowls, tacos and Norritos (seaweed-wrapped burritos). Customers can access POKÉ 1-2-3’s healthy options through online ordering or delivery, or by dining indoors or on the patio.
2400 Historic Decatur Road #107, Point Loma.
Chloe at Scout (Early fall)
Chloe is moving north from downtown. In a few short months, the owners of Café Chloe will open a sister restaurant that will offer French dishes and cocktails in a new open-air location. Chloe at Scout will be located in Quarters D.
2675 Rosecrans St., Point Loma, cafechloe.com
El Jardin (January 2018)
The owners of the acclaimed Breakfast Republic and Fig Tree Café restaurants are channeling south-of-the-border flavors in their newest project, El Jardin. The restaurant will offer “traditional and modern Mexican dishes accompanied by an extensive selection of tequila and mezcal.” El Jardin will offer both indoor and patio seating.
2865 Sims Road, Point Loma, riseandshinerg.com
Club Pilates (August 2017)
The local Pilates studio that now spans nationally is opening a new state-of-the art studio in NTC Building 193. The new location will feature modern equipment and reformer-based workout classes.
2750 Dewey Road #102, Point Loma, clubpilates.com
Pigment (Fall 2017)
The North Park shop, locally famous for artisan products and gifts, is opening a larger location in the Naval Training Center’s former post office and general store. The space will house a retail store and “patio that will double as an outdoor terrarium bar for shoppers to create their own unique plant arrangements.”
2865 Sims Road, Suite #102, Point Loma, shoppigment.com
New Additions to Liberty Public Market
Smoothie Rider (Now open)
This sustainable business blends California’s freshest ingredients in every cup. The seasonally-changing menu offers fresh fruit juices mixed with unique and international ingredients to provide a robust flavor experience for every customer.
Saganaki (Now open)
From the owners of Gaslamp’s Mezé Greek Fusion, Saganaki features classic Greek and Mediterranean-style dishes on their “small-plate centered menu.”
Holbrook Home & Gift (Now open)
This unique candle store offers gifts and products to transport customers through the sense of scent. Each candle is meant to connect customers with memories of past vacations and destinations in hopes of bringing memories alive at home.
Roma Express (Late July)
This Italian Arancini and cannoli shop is set to provide a taste of Italy to the Public Market.
Doughballs + Crackheads (Late July)
This new addition will offer wood-fired pizza, as well as all-day breakfast.
Rakiraki Ramen (Mid August)
Rakiraki will bring authentic Japanese cuisine to the Public Market. Aside from famous ramen, guests can expect to enjoy curry, ramen burgers and sushi.