Expect the action to pick up in the sleepy little village of Point Loma with the addition of Harbor Town (as the ABC posting says) in the old Roseville space on Rosecrans at Canon.

A block away on Scott at Canon in the former La Scala spot, Lighthouse Bar and Grill opens as soon as they get their approved liquor license as noted here.  Expect the menu to have steaks, burgers, sandwiches, bar food and a well-priced, not fancy menu, all with an Italian flair. Both new venues will certainly give the locals other choices other than Old Venice (where the bar stools are arguably the most uncomfortable seats anywhere).

Other choices close by on North Harbor Drive include Jimmy’s Famous American Tavern where you can sit and sip inside or out with a perfect view of the dock  and the yachts.  In the same complex Pizza Nova pleases with the same view and good pizza and drinks.

In Fashion Valley Mall, look for Stacked to open summer 2011.  They will occupy the Uno space and customers will be able to custom build (stack)  everything from burgers to pizzas using tableside IPads with proprietary technology.  The brains behind this unique concept also created BJ’s Restaurant and BrewhouseLove Boat Sushi expands from North County to the spot once held by Smith & Hawken.  And sadly the Bing Crosby space waits for litigation issues to resolve.

Coronado now has its own store featuring olive oils and more.  Check out Coronado Taste of Oils where you will find everything from oils and vinegars to pastas and pesto. 954 Orange Avenue, Coronado, 619-522-0098.

Knight Salumi Company has closed as reported by Caron Golden of San Diego Foodstuff. No details as the phone is disconnected.

2 thoughts on “Point Loma, Coronado and Fashion Valley

  1. About Knight Salumi: Word from a lead butcher at Iowa meats is that he had a run in with a certain Fed and didn’t bow low enough.

    Seriously the Fed’s had him on target before (questioning his lack of nitrates and manufacturing techniques) and apparently the issue that broke the camels back is that he was selling his products without labels attached to the product. (even though he would ship the salami’s in a box with the labels that store employees would then attach).

    Really sad situation as his products were amazing.

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