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Big news for Andaz: STK Rebel to open in 2016

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With the passing of Labor Day weekend, we welcome fall to San Diego - unofficially, that is. Although the weather isn’t expected to change dramatically, everything else seems to be turning over a new leaf. San Diego is thriving with new openings left and right, from hotels to restaurants, distilleries and even a brand-new foodie fest. Click through to see the biggest openings of fall.

STK Rebel, a fresh restaurant concept from global hospitality company The ONE Group Hospitality, will open inside of Andaz San Diego in 2016.

Here’s what you need to know:

The brand: STK Rebel is an extension of the renowned upscale STK steakhouses which operate out of Las Vegas (at The Cosmopolitan), Miami, London, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Milan and Washington D.C. The new STK Rebel restaurant is said to be a more approachable, accessible take on the brand, also debuting locations in Denver, Miami and Austin this year.

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The space: Inside of Andaz San Diego, STK Rebel will take over 4,200 square feet of both indoor and outdoor dining territory, occupying what used to be Katsuya. Two private dining area will also be available.

The ONE Group: “This announcement is an integral step in our company’s growth plan, expanding our footprint into a new city and embarking on a new partnership with two leading organizations in the hotel and hospitality sector. Andaz San Diego is a natural opportunity for The ONE Group due to the Andaz brand’s strength in the lifestyle sector and the hotel’s focus on creating a vibrant food and nightlife scene in the city,” said Jonathan Segal, CEO of The ONE Group. “Hotel guests and locals alike will have the opportunity to not only enjoy a contemporary dining experience, but a perfect night out with the addition of STK Rebel.”

Stay tuned for more info on STK Rebel opening in Andaz San Diego. togrp.com

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Source: DiscoverSD


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