Poway isn’t exactly known as a hub for craft beer in San Diego but, now, a new brew garden and eatery is moving into the neighborhood. Eater San Diego shares those details, plus other top stories of the week from our local food and drink scene.
Beer Garden and Kitchen Arriving in Poway
A craft beer-centric bar and eatery is coming to the community of Poway this spring. The Hop Stop – created by a local couple keen on the craft brew scene – will feature lots of San Diego taps, ample outdoor dining space, a family-friendly vibe and a kitchen cooking up salads, pizza, burgers, and more. The owners tell Eater they’re looking forward to bringing a beer-focused business to a community that remains relatively unsaturated, beer-wise.
One Paseo Adds Sushi, French Pastries, and More
Next month will mark the Carmel Valley arrival of the One Paseo development, which includes over 100,000-square-feet of restaurants and retail. The final round of food tenants includes a Japanese eatery, a sushi bar, a French dessert shop, and a beer tasting room.
Orange County Ramen Shop Opens in Hillcrest
The OC's popular HiroNori Craft Ramen debuts its first of several San Diego locations this weekend on Fifth Avenue. Specializing in pork tonkotsu ramen, the eatery also offers a vegan version and features two styles of noodles that are made for the growing chain.
10,000-Square-Foot Restaurant and Event Center Coming to Poway
The Florence will open next month in a Sabre Springs office park, bringing a large-scale restaurant, cocktail bar, cafe, and plenty of outdoor space to the neighborhood. Created by a local hospitality group, it will offer a sophisticated menu based on seasonal ingredients.
New Del Cerro Restaurant to Feature Call Button Service
Opening in March, Del's Hideout will be the 23rd local eatery for the Cohn Restaurant Group. Offering everything from barbecue to burgers, the family-friendly hangout will have a high-tech twist, with call buttons installed at every table to expedite food orders.