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Mission Beach’s Cannonball Restaurant Reopening After $3.5 Million Overhaul

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    The building at 3105 Ocean Front Walk in Mission Beach will soon reopen as a renovated restaurant.

    San Diego-based hospitality management company Eat.Drink.Sleep plans an April 1 reopening of its Cannonball restaurant, following a $3.5 million renovation of the building at 3105 Ocean Front Walk in Mission Beach.

    Operators said the upscale restaurant has a large new rooftop bar, and its menu has been updated as part of a new Pacific Rim and sushi concept led by Executive Chef Brad Wise. A glass-enclosed, 42-seat dining area called the “sushi cube” will have ocean views and feature sushi and other traditional Japanese offerings from chef Hugo Arreguin.

    The restaurant will have a 9,400-square-foot, 420-seat space above the Mission Beach boardwalk at Belmont Park, designed to create the experience of dining at a swim-up bar. The design is by Colkitt & Co and Hollis Brand Culture.

    Eat.Drink.Sleep also operates Belmont Park, as well as local hospitality properties including Draft South Mission Beach, Tower23 Hotel and The Lakehouse Hotel & Resort.