Southern California locals and visitors have been hooked on the Fish Shop since their first location opened in Pacific Beach in 2010.
“We have been anxiously waiting for an opportunity to bring our fresh fish concept to the Point Loma area,” says owner Billy Ramirez. “We are very excited to be moving into the Point Loma area, what an amazing part of town to open,” said Ramirez, who also owns Pacific Beach Shore Club. “This will be our fourth location — PB, Encinitas, Hermosa Beach and now Point Loma. We hope to expand the concept in different parts of San Diego.”
The new Point Loma Fish Shop plans to offer the same menu as other locations, providing top-notch service and a boatload of fresh fish selections to choose from. Counter service will allow guests to dive into just about any type of seafood they are craving, select their preferred seasoning, and choose between having it all tucked within a taco, sandwich, salad, or on a plate.
Other options will include their award-winning TKO Taco (grilled mahi-mahi with house-made tropical mango salsa), Spicy Dorado Taco (grilled mahi-mahi with Siracha-aioli coleslaw), house-made New England-style Clam Chowder with smoked Andouille sausage, and their juicy lemon-butter Swordfish Sandwich served with avocado on a torta roll.
Their chef’s creations and $1 oysters on Thursdays are sure to please, and ready to pair with one of their many San Diego microbrews, or wine that can be brought in for a mere $5 corkage fee.
Located on the former Hollow Point Ale House property near the corner of Rosecrans and Canon, Point Loma Fish Shop will offer food delivery service as well as take out. With 2,200 square feet of space, visitors will enjoy docking on their roomy, dog-friendly patio or inside for lunch or dinner. Plenty of parking will also be available.