Anthony's Fish Grotto set to close for good Tuesday
SAN DIEGO (CNS) – After greater than 70 years of serving chowder and fish & chips to locals and vacationers who loved expansive views of San Diego Bay, Anthony’s Fish Grotto on the downtown waterfront is scheduled to shut for good Tuesday night time.
The Port of San Diego, as a part of an effort to remake the Embarcadero, selected to not renew the restaurant’s lease, which expires Tuesday.
Catherine “Mama” Ghio opened the unique Anthony’s as a sixteen-seat diner on the previous downtown ferry touchdown in 1946. The restaurant moved to its present location on North Harbor Drive in 1965.
“Mama” Ghio’s clam chowder, thought-about a home specialty, was being bought for $2.50 to watch the eatery’s remaining days.
The La Mesa location on Murray Drive close to Severin Drive will proceed working.
As for the waterfront website, the port’s Board of Commissioners awarded the lease to The Brigantine Inc., which plans to take a position round $thirteen million to renovate the property and open 4 eateries — a Brigantine restaurant; a Miguel’s Cocina, a Mexican meals chain additionally owned by Brigantine; Ketch Grill & Faucets, an off-the-cuff stroll-up, dine-in and take-out grill that gives native craft beers and spirits; and Portside Gelato & Espresso, to function espresso and espresso from San Diego roaster Cafe Moto.