Liberty Public Market, the 22,000 sq. ft. artisan mecca set to open doors at 2816 Historic Decatur Rd. in Point Loma’s Liberty Station this October, announces an additional eight vendors to its roster of nearly 30 merchants and artisans. Dubbed one of San Diego’s most anticipated hospitality projects of 2015, the principles at Blue Bridge Hospitality have poured nearly $3 million into the mixed-use retail and commercial market, which promises to become the cultural epicenter of Liberty Station – a public arena for locals and tourists alike to embrace the city’s finest handcrafted food and signature specialty items.
Alongside the planned 30 purveyors, Liberty Public Market will also feature a shop called “Liberty Public Market Pantry” – an oversized space within the marketplace, operated by Blue Bridge Hospitality. The pantry will showcase a variety of local products from many different San Diego artisans, including local makers of jams, sauces, spices, oils and the like. Weekly demonstrations and classes will further activate the space, giving local merchants a chance to engage directly with the public, and a chance for local market-goers to meet the artisans behind these goods.
Le Parfait Paris
This celebrated French patisserie and boulangerie will offer their signature Francophonic experience inside Liberty Public Market. With Pastry Chef Jean-François Fays churring out authentic baguettes, pastries, gluten-free baked goods and seasonally-inspired macaroons, Le Parfait Paris promises to transport patrons to the land of berets and café au laits with every bite.
Current Location: Gaslamp | 555 G St. www.leparfaitparis.com
Advocating local, sustainable seafood choices, FishBone Kitchen aims to empower their customers’ “Fish IQ” by offering a variety of fresh and local seafood for retail as well as prepared foods for takeout and dine-in.
Sauces are the name of the game at Dessert Smoke. Shoppers will be able to choose from nearly a dozen different varieties of specialty BBQ sauces at this grocery store purveyor, from a Pineapple Habanero to a Ghost Chile Hot Sauce.
This authentic Argentinian eatery is dedicated to the art of the empanada. With a focus on the richness and variety of this savory pastry, Parana Empanadas will offer nearly 15 different flavors paired with four distinct sauces, all made in-house.
Locally sourced ingredients and three generations of pasta-making experience marry to create an array of homemade raviolis, fettuccines, sauces and lasagna. Using natural spices, time-honored techniques and the finest flours, Pasta Design is a favorite of North County farmers markets and now brings their artisanal offerings in their first brick-and-mortar location inside Liberty Public Market. www.pastadesign.com
San Diego food truck purveyor Stuffed is excited to bring their organic, grass-fed burgers stuffed with gourmet cheeses to Liberty Public Market. As decadent as they are delicious Stuffed’s ½ lb. burgers are filled with blue cheese, pepper jack, American or cheddar, and they offer a variety of sides that include mac n’ cheese, tater tots, fried Oreos and more. www.stuffedsd.com
Point Loma Tea
Offering an exquisite array of whole leaf teas, one-off blends and tea accessories from around the world, proprietor Cheryl Graf’s lifelong passion for the artistry of tea encourages patrons to share in her delight and explore the shops variety of unique flavors.
Current Location: Point Loma | 2770 Historic Decatur Rd. www.pointlomatea.com
With a credo that emphasizes healthy eating and environmental sustainability, Local Greens serves up satisfying, delicious salads, wraps, bowls and burritos, all with a wholesome twist. Seasonal fare and a commitment to local farms and organic produce round out this Solana Beach-based eatery.
Current Location: Solana Beach | 124 Lomas Santa Fe Dr. Ste 102 www.localgreenssb.com