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Opened with great success in July 2016.
Shows the development at Pacific City. Bear Flag Fish Co. is at the southeastern edge of the project.
The exterior patio is always in shade with native landscaping around the perimeter. The fireplace is located at the corner and keeps the patio cozy on cool evenings.
Shows the layout of the space with a large kitchen and a dumbwaiter to The Bungalow lounge above. This kitchen will be the engine for these two popular spots.
The plan also shows the full bar to the right with a great view of the Pacific Ocean, the Sushi Bar to the left and a fresh fish case at the front customer service area.
Shows the front counter and full wet bar to the right. Fresh fish is available at the front counter.
Great views from the bar and fresh fish case at the front counter.
Visitors can't get enough of those great views.
A lot happens in this small space. Sushi bar, Fresh fish case, and the front counter service area happen right here.
Note the hardwood counters, clean white tiles, concrete floors and nautical lighting.
The sushi bar has a fresh fish case with hardwood counters.
This southeast view shows the exterior of the project with the large patio overlooking the pacific ocean. The views will be great.
The patio is open to the expansive view of the Pacific Ocean at the Huntington Beach pier.
The southwest view of the project shows the large outside patio. To the left inside is the sushi bar.
This view form the north shows the large patio.
The large building has been subdivided and shares the space with a restaurant next door.
This building used to be used to manufacture and glaze pottery. We have installed new doors and windows on the outside for better light inside.
We removed the original low ceiling and vaulted the ceiling to the roofline on the interior. This rendering shows the structural members used to reinforce the roof.
The floorplan shows a the dining room, front counter, computer area and a kid's space.
...another rendering of the vaulted ceiling line...
This image shows the dining room and the front counter area.
This image shows the dining room.
We found this door at Pasadena Salvage. It was a door from a school built in 1924 that we brought in as an icon. It separates the dining area from the kitchen.
It is heavy and sturdy.