Without the windmills.
“As prior owners found out, it’s a big space to fill and trying to run it as a single restaurant if you don’t have winter time local followers is going to make it tough to make it,” said McCord. “Some of the people have existing businesses in Monterey County and this would be a second location but they all realize they can’t make it on summer business alone.
“Businesses are going to have to cater to location and the locals,” he added.
“We’re looking forward to putting some more energy into that community,” said Cisneros. “But the owner is looking for the right tenants.”
Ex-Lattitudes Building May Be Open Later This Year
And what was Moammar’s reaction?
- A. This is a disgrace to the town!
- B. I have eaten sushi from Fresno.
- C. This is the best thing that could happen to Pacific Grove!
The former Lattitudes restaurant at Lover’s Point in Pacific Grove has been purchased by foreign investors for $2.5 million in cash.
Vacant for 4 1/2 years, the new owners plan to turn it into a high-end sushi restaurant, said Moe Ammar, the president of the Pacific Grove Chamber of Commerce.
“This is the best thing that could happen to Pacific Grove,” he said, noting that The Beach House across the street opened last summer.
Lattitudes, the last restaurant in the 6,683 square foot building, closed in 2010. Before that it housed The Tinnery.
Tinnertudes Sold, Will Be A “High End Sushi” Restaurant
No, not that vandalism, a new one:
Vandals slashed seats, spray-painted walls and the bar, broke tiles and a mirror, and smashed electrical outlets inside the prominently located Lovers Point building that most recently housed Lattitudes restaurant, police learned April 9
Vacant Restaurant Vandalized
Coming soon! Space For Lease!
Lattitudes Shut Down
Abalone for $1.50 wow. What’s the date? 1950s?
Don’t you forget – “Little Pig Sausages Served Anytime”
Postcard – shows that it was where the Tinnery now is.
eBay Find: Lovers Point Drive-Inn Specials