Coastal Commission OKs OBH Remodel

Plans for a major remodeling of the former Old Bath House Restaurant in Pacific Grove have won approval from the state Coastal Commission.

The 3,775-square-foot restaurant will be operated by Ted and Cindy Walter, owner of Passionfish, also in downtown Pacific Grove.

Cindy Walter said the new restaurant will be casual fine dining and won’t have the seafood emphasis that Passionfish has.

Walter said she and her husband haven’t decided on a name for the restaurant, but it won’t be the Old Bath House.

Here’s my suggestion:
Old Bath House Wienerschnitzel

Or, we can just get Juan The Builder to work on it
Juan The Builder At OBH

Coastal Commission OKs OBH Remodel

3 thoughts on “Coastal Commission OKs OBH Remodel

  1. Also, it was supposed to have started last June. What a delay. However, one guy remodels & rents the building & then rents to whoever rents in that building. It sounds pretty complicated. Only way that kayak place can stay in business now is to rent the bottom floor.

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