Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Coronado restaurateur brings first public market food hall to San Diego

San Diego is poised to get its first-ever food hall, a sprawling emporium of local artisans planned for Liberty Station that follows a now-familiar path paved by such iconic markets as Seattle’s Pike Place and the Ferry Building in San Francisco.

The $3 million Point Loma project is the brainchild of Coronado restaurateur David Spatafore, who is teaming with Liberty Station’s developer, the McMillin Companies, to transform a 1920s-era, warehouse-style building into an indoor-outdoor marketplace that will curate select purveyors of cheeses and salumi, butchered meats, baked goods, seasonal produce and locally caught seafood.

Read the entire U-T San Diego article here.



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Originally from upstate New York, Dani has lived in Coronado since 1996. She is happy to call Coronado home and to have raised her children here. In her free time she enjoys reading, exercising, trying new restaurants, and just walking her dog around the "island." Have news to share? Send tips or story ideas to: [email protected]
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