Del Mar Highlands Adds Three Foodie Tenants to the Mix

In addition to The Sky Deck restaurant collective opening in spring of 2020, Del Mar Highlands Town Center is adding a curated array of unique restaurants focusing on the customer experience in its $120 million dollar expansion. The Center will welcome Nordic Hygge, Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream, and Happy Lemon to its roster of culinary craft.

Recognized for having the best ice cream in the world, Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream creates over 100 flavors of ice cream fresh every day using equipment and methods unique to the creamery. The first location was developed in Youngstown, Ohio in 1945 and will open its newest location at the Center this fall.

Coming this fall, Happy Lemon brings a unique tea experience to the Center. Known for its traditional Taiwanese bubble tea, the restaurant also offers a fresh menu spanning lemonades, smoothies, and snacks.

The first of its kind, Nordic Hygge will be bringing Nordic “hyggelig”, a pleasant café experience to San Diego with its location in Del Mar Highlands Town Center. Opening its first flagship location this winter, the Danish café offers smoothies, coffee, sandwiches, and organic baked goods made from flour directly imported from Denmark.

Incoming in 2020, The Sky Deck, located above the newly opened Jimbo’s, will bring ten dining destinations, a central cocktail bar, and an elevated outdoor “brewer’s deck” featuring Northern Pine, Rough Draft Brewing, and Boochcraft Kombucha on an outdoor deck with a view. The unique concept inspires locals and visitors alike to enjoy dining in a destination that encourages lively social gatherings under a rooftop skylight.

For details about new store retail locations, refer to the Del Mar Highlands Town Center map. more information on shops, amenities, and special events visit DelMarHighlandsTownCenter.com.