Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Maretalia to Host First Annual OysterFest on Sept. 14

With the summertime hustle winding down on the island of Coronado, Maretalia is looking to keep the party going with their first annual OysterFest, hosted at the restaurant on Saturday, September 14 from 12 pm to 3 pm.

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For $50 per person, partygoers will indulge in unlimited oysters, small bites, bottomless Lillet® spritzes and Campo Viejo™ Prosecco. In addition to unlimited food and drinks, guests will mix and mingle to live music by Jenny O’Henny.

“OysterFest has been a labor of love that we have been talking about for months,” said Lauren Lemus, General Manager at Maretalia. “It gets so busy on Coronado over the summer and this event gives everyone an opportunity to wind down, relax and enjoy themselves.”

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To celebrate responsibly, Maretalia is offering complimentary round-trip car service for residents and visitors in the 92118 ZIP code, including the Cays and surrounding Coronado hotels.

Coronado locals, San Diegans and visitors are all invited to join the event. “This event is about bringing the greater San Diego community together to celebrate all that Coronado has to offer,” said Lemus.

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Tickets are $50 per person and can be purchased online at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4326511 or by calling the restaurant at 619.522.0946. To book your free round-trip car service, contact Maretalia at 619.522.0946 or email reservations@bbhca.com.


Maretalia Italian Coastal Kitchen is located at 1300 Orange Ave. in Coronado on the second floor. Attendees must be 21 and up. For more information on our event, visit our Facebook page @MaretaliaSD www.maretalia.com.

 

 

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