NEWS AND UPDATES
Farmer’s Table, an Italian country-style restaurant, has opened its fourth location this month in the Village at 330 F St. The new location is the company’s largest, at 10,000 square feet including a large patio.
Themed with farmhouse décor, the restaurants are known for a large variety of breakfast and brunch items, from egg Benedicts and frittatas to French toast, pancakes, and waffles. Featuring a full cocktail bar with bloody Mary’s and drinks garnished with sausages and bacon-wrapped hot dogs, its afternoon and evening menu ranges from flatbreads and pizzas to pasta and larger entrees like braised lamb shanks and wood-fire roasted chicken. Visit myfarmerstable.com.
Opening in 2021, the historic Vogue Theater will be reinvented as a concert venue and an eating and drinking destination with bars on the first and second floors, an outdoor beer garden, space for food trucks, patios, and family-friendly event space. The project will pay homage to the historic theater by preserving the old facade with a minimally invasive remodel and host outdoor movie screenings by projecting movies onto the side of the building.
Sweet sour summer fun will fill Third Avenue from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, August 4 at no cost to the community. Sport your brightest yellow outfit and enjoy lemon-infused treats as you stroll and enjoy hundreds of vendor booths, live bands, sour contests, a kid’s grove of fun, and the festival’s lemony adult beverage stand.
Overflowing with interactive features and giveaways from event sponsors and community partners Scripps Health, MTS, and NBC Universal, you will find that no fest has more zest than this neighborhood tradition.
Don’t let looking for parking sour your day – take MTS to the Chula Vista Lemon Festival! Ride the UC San Diego Blue Line Trolley to Palomar or H St. and take route 701 right to the festivities. Also, Route 929 takes you just steps away from Memorial Park.
Squeeze the day at the 23rd annual Lemon Festival.
For more juicy details visit www.thirdavenuevillage.
Get amped up for the return of Chula Vista’s original craft beer and musical festival, Avenue Amps & Ales. Rocking Third Avenue Village on Saturday, May 11 from 2 – 5 pm, Avenue Amps & Ales will host an overflow of craft breweries, distilleries, wineries, local bands and good eats within Memorial Park in Chula Vista’s Original Neighborhood.
The changes on Third Avenue continue through 2019 as we welcome new businesses, remodels, and Streetscape Phase III.
If you haven’t been to Third Avenue lately come down and discover our new specialty beverage bar Brew Bar along with a tasty empanada. View the trendy makeover at Park Plaza in The Village at the corner of Third Avenue & F Street that will ultimately include Dark Horse Coffee.
Later this summer you can expect more changes as the City takes on Streetscape Phase III construction, completing the redevelopment project begun in June 2012.
Embrace the change, visit the Third Avenue Village!