By now, many thousands of San Diego locals and visitors have flocked to one of Breakfast Republic’s seven eateries to gobble down some of the best breakfast in town. Soon, there will be three more reasons to rise and shine with three new Southern California locations on the horizon, including the expansion into Orange County. Since it’s first opening in 2015 in North Park, Breakfast Republic has quickly become the fastest-growing, non-franchise breakfast concept in San Diego.
Breakfast Republic is expanding its breakfast empire around San Diego, with their new Carmel Valley location now open, and two additional locations on the way in late 2017 and 2018.
With locations in North Park, Liberty Station, Encinitas, East Village, and the most recent location in Ocean Beach, Breakfast Republic has made a statement by creating the ultimate twist on timeless breakfast foods and drinks. Breakfast Republic polled their fans on Facebook to choose this month’s food specials and now, the winning dishes are available at all locations throughout the month of May.
With locations in North Park, Liberty Station, Encinitas, and the most recent location in East Village, Breakfast Republic has made a statement by creating the ultimate twist on timeless breakfast foods and drinks. Breakfast Republic did a voting poll on Facebook for fans to choose this month’s specials and now, they are ready to be devoured by you. Did you get the luck of the draw? Here is a close look at the specials that Breakfast Republic will be offering for the entire month of April.
OB Warehouse has served the vibrant beachfront community of Ocean Beach since August of 2014. Now, on February 14th, this Cohn Restaurant Group-owned business bids “farewell” as it closes its doors for good. Moving into the space is Rise & Shine Restaurant Group’s morning sensation; Breakfast Republic.
Johan Engman, founder and owner of Rise & Shine (which also owns and operates three Fig Tree Cafés and other new concepts launching in 2017) has partnered with David Cohn for this new Breakfast Republic location. “It gives me great pleasure to do business with David, says Johan. He is more than a restauranteur; he is a true San Diego icon.” Although this is their first, and only joint venture (and the new Breakfast Republic remains a holding of Rise & Shine), Johan looks forward to working with David as a mentor and friend.
Known for their innovative breakfast menu, bright & colorful décor, and humor-cracking signage, Breakfast Republic has hatched another location in Encinitas. The Encinitas location is the first North County location for the brand, and is also the largest at 3,500 square feet plus an additional 700 square foot patio space. New décor/design pieces for this location include an ‘egg-cellent’ lounge area with egg chairs and tables, and cheeky sayings written across booth tables, such as “Brunch: The socially acceptable excuse for day drinking.”
Caffeine-lovers rejoice! There is nothing like rolling out of bed to a fresh, hot cup of joe. Thankfully for us, San Diego restaurants are selling their own special blends of grinds so you can grab a bag from some of your favorite breakfast places and brew at home!
Since its inception in 2008, Fig Tree Café has been home to some of San Diego’s best breakfast. Their 100% organic and fair-trade blend of Fig Tree coffee is no exception. The best part? The beans are packed in a 1lb. bag, so you can bring that caffeine fix you crave, home with you.
With extreme popularity in Spain, Portugal, France and the Philippines, the churro is a dessert that’s enjoyed around the world! Associated with days-gone-by at the county fair, churros have gained popularity around the United States and we’ve compiled a list of San Diego’s best churro dishes to satisfy your fix for this doughy treat all-year-round.
Brian’s 24 is rolling out some brand new dishes and with them comes a delicious churro-inspired creation presented in an unlikely presentation….Tot Churros! These crispy tots are tossed in cinnamon and sugar and topped with vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce. The best part? Brian’s 24 is opened 24-7 to feed your churro cravings anytime of night or day.
Breakfast Republic has officially opened its doors to hungry morning birds landing in Liberty Station. Having just hatched on July 16th, this new location has added an impressive cocktail menu to its flock of chirp-worthy dishes. You’re familiar with their location in North Park, but you’re sure to find some surprises in décor and taste at Liberty Station. I would love to invite you to start your day on the right foot (or claw) and see why BR will make you want to put all your eggs in one basket.
LIBERTY STATION WELCOMES DIRTY BIRDS BAR & GRILL AND NEKTER JUICE BAR — COMING SUMMER 2016
San Diego’s historic Naval Training Center turned cultural destination, Liberty Station, welcomes two new culinary concepts, Dirty Birds and Nekter Juice Bar, set to open doors in summer of 2016. An award-winning wing-centric/craft beer eatery, Dirty Birds has acquired the lease on building number nine in the neighborhood’s booming northern Arts District precinct. Nekter, a juice bar with more than 50 locations throughout the Southwestern United States, will take residence within building number twenty-seven in The Quarter at Liberty Station—a district that aims to serve the daily needs of the surrounding Point Loma community.
DIRTY BIRDS | Dirty Birds caters to the gourmand sports fan, offering an impressive selection of chicken wings served with more than 30 varieties of housemade sauces. Located directly adjacent to The Loma Club’s historic nine-hole golf course, Dirty Birds’ 3,000 square-foot property will draw legions of fans to Liberty Station’s quickly expanding Arts District hub, joining the culinary ranks of soon-to-be-open neighborhood hotspots including Liberty Public Market, Buona Forchetta, Fireside and Breakfast Republic. Dirty Birds founders, Jon Ollis and Adam Jacoby, first gained recognition with the restaurant’s original location in Pacific Beach in 2008, followed by a second outpost in 2015 near the college area at SDSU. While design details have yet to be released, patrons can expect Liberty Station’s history as a former naval base to strongly influence the interior theme, with locally-based architecture firm OBR consulting on the sports bar transformation.
Dirty Birds at Liberty Station | 2970 Truxtun Rd, San Diego, CA 92106 | DirtybirdsPB.com
Breakfast Republic (BR) is raising feathers and giving you something to crow about with its new opening in North Park.
In search of a fun and unpretentious place to enjoy a clucking good breakfast? Look no further! This innovative breakfast destination offers a top spot for locals and visitors to flock to every morning. Breakfast Republic is taking over the space that was previously occupied by Western Burger, and using an avant-garde approach to décor that is innovative and inviting. The living wall emblazoned with a rooster on the run is no exception!