Loma Club offering monthly charity pop-ups to aid local restaurants during pandemic

The Loma Club at Liberty Station in San Diego.
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The Loma Club, a restaurant space at Liberty Station, will launch “Community Pop-up Sundays” on Aug. 30, a monthly fundraising dining event to aid local restaurants fighting for their survival in the pandemic. All of the profits from the one-day events will benefit the participating restaurants.

Every month, a different restaurant will be selected to cook and serve a special menu on the outdoor patio of the Club’s Bar & Grill, near its 9-hole walking golf course. The Club will support the events by providing its staff, a full bar menu and assistance with golf reservations.

The first restaurant to participate is Casanova Fish Tacos, a mobile taqueria that specializes in Baja-style cuisine. It will serve three of its specialty tacos from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 30.

Loma Club has yet to announce the restaurant partners who will be featured at future Community Pop-Up Sundays on Sept. 25, Oct. 25, Nov. 22 and Dec. 20. For more, visit

Pam Kragen writes about restaurants for The San Diego Union-Tribune. Email her at