San Diego restaurant prepares to fully reopen
Pacific Beach-California’s reopening is just around the corner. Restaurants in Pacific Beach said that after a year of restrictions, they finally saw a vibrant town.
“From the top all the way to the beach, we finally feel that the entire Pacific Beach is back to normal,” said Crushed bartender Lee Jacinto.
Jacinto said Crushed must adapt to survival during the pandemic, including providing takeaway orders and adding outdoor seating.
“Every business, most of them, can use more outdoor space, and the capacity of Pacific Beach has almost doubled,” Jacinto said.
Jacinto said Crushed will temporarily keep their outdoor seats.
San Diego residents Brian Lab and Nicole Lu said that outdoor dining has always been a good addition to restaurants in the area.
Lu said: “A lot of places are very focused on social distancing and outdoor dining. As San Diego, it feels very good.” “This is a big advantage-from everything that happens.”
Jacinto stated that Crushed and the entire Pacific Beach community are excited about the June 15th grade retirement.
“I am very happy to enjoy the summer and return to a normal lifestyle,” Jacinto said.