Noble Experiment

Unique Restaurants San Diego


As part of efforts to promote quality development that attracts visitors to the waterfront, the Port of San Diego is seeking proposals for a unique opportunity to lease and operate a restaurant at the end of the southernmost pier in California. A Request for Proposals was issued on November 9, 2015.

The Port, in partnership with the City of Imperial Beach, is seeking to redevelop a California coastal restaurant at this one-of-a-kind location at 910 Seacoast Drive in Imperial Beach.

This restaurant opportunity is located on the Imperial Beach Pier, a prime beachside landmark that lures fishermen, tourists and residents alike. Built in 1963, the pier features a commanding view of the Los Coronados Islands and beyond and recently was upgraded with new wooden planks. The location boasts a laid-back, beach town vibe.

Location specifics:
• 1, 558 square feet of restaurant space available at the end of this iconic California pier
• Close proximity to Marriott’s Pier South Resort, Coronado Brewing Company, Sea 180 Coastal Tavern and Filippi’s Pizza Grotto
• Outdoor seating available
• Attic storage space available

The building is currently operated by one restaurant under an agreement that expires on April 30, 2016. A reconfiguration of the existing building is highly encouraged to best utilize space, attract customers, enhance business operations and increase revenue. The Port may also offer the future restaurant operator a location at the foot of the pier to set up a food cart.

Responses are due by 1 p.m. on December 15, 2015. The Port of San Diego currently anticipates that a tenant will be selected in January 2016. Respondents must demonstrate experience in the implementation or oversight of at least one food services improvement project as well as provide a public outreach strategy to keep the public and stakeholders involved and informed about the project.

About the Port of San Diego:
The Port of San Diego is a unified district encompassing five member cities surrounding San Diego Bay. A public agency, the Port is charged by the State of California with developing the tidelands and commercial business as steward of the public-trust tidelands along 34 miles of San Diego Bay. We share the waterfront with the Navy, which oversees 17 miles of San Diego Bay.



Share this article





Related Posts



Latest Posts
Restaurants Near San Diego Airport
Restaurants Near…
Welcome to San Diego s most exciting…
Wonderland Ocean Pub San Diego
Wonderland Ocean…
Looking for the best food in san diego?…
Coyote Cafe San Diego
Coyote Cafe San…
After picking up Annette at the airport…
Brick Oven Pizza San Diego
Brick Oven Pizza…
We made reservations at Flour &…
San Diego Giant Pizza
San Diego Giant…
3704 Voltaire St San Diego, CA 92107…
Search
Featured posts
  • Valley High Restaurants San Diego
  • Best healthy Restaurants San Diego
  • Bankers Hill San Diego Restaurants
  • Point Loma San Diego Restaurants
  • Apollonia Restaurants San Diego
  • San Diego Restaurants by the Water
  • Gaslamp Restaurants San Diego Yelp
  • Themed Restaurants San Diego
  • University Heights San Diego Restaurants
Copyright © 2018 l www.matsugawasushi.com. All rights reserved.