• Jarnard Sutton

Liberty Public Market officially opens today


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One San Diego’s most anticipated hospitality projects of 2016 officially opens doors today. Nearly two years in the making, Liberty Public Market is the city’s first-ever premier public market uniting the region’s most dynamic artisans under one roof. Located in Point Loma’s historic Liberty Station neighborhood, the 25,000 square-foot, multi-million dollar investment supports the creation of a complete San Diego cultural immersion, a public arena for locals and visitors alike to embrace the city’s finest handcrafted food and specialty items.

As the market soft launches today, Monday, March 21, a number of artisan tenants will slowly open up shop as the week progresses. Mess Hall, the market’s on-site restaurant will begin service on Wednesday, March 23rd and plans to roll out their debut brunch this coming Easter Sunday.

Good news for beer drinkers, the space allows guests ages 21-and-up to walk freely within the constrains of the market with a brew or cocktail in hand. Mess Hall offers dinner service in its 40-seat dining room Wednesday through Sunday, with an all-day lunch and dinner menu available seven days a week in Mess Hall’s adjoining cocktail bar and lounge, which seats 54.

Mess Hall offers dinner service in its 40-seat dining room Wednesday through Sunday, with an all-day lunch and dinner menu available seven days a week in Mess Hall’s adjoining cocktail bar and lounge, which seats 54.