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Mr. Martin Gonzalez, owner of “Toast” and “Acqua Al2” (located on 5th Ave in the Gaslamp District), is looking forward to welcoming everyone to taste something extraordinary. Stop by at J St between 9th and 10th Street – just around the corner from Petco Park.
92101 Urban Living visited “Toast” yesterday and was invited to sit down and enjoy a lunch meal. This Italian restaurant in Downtown San Diego has it all. We tried a few different items on the menu – the Parma & Mozzarella Cheese Panini, the Cheese platter, the Grilled Chicken & Mozzarella Cheese Panini and the absolute delicious Lasagna. You cant go wrong with that!
“Toast” will bring the cuisine of an authentic Italian Enoteca that offers a different selection of appetizers, pizza, lunch and dinner items including 400 different red & white wines and 65 wines by the glass in a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. The restaurant has a loft like feeling with high ceilings & exposed elements.
Are you a wine lover and want to try some of the most famous and popular wines?? Toast have something pretty rare – in the middle of the restaurant is a round high table with a good selection of red wines where you can “wine taste”. The price varies from $3-10 for an ounce. All you have to do is to buy this little card in the bar and after that, you can taste away. There is a selection of white wines for you to try as well. Stay in touch – The “Grand Opening” is taking place on January 16th – Check back soon for more information!
Downtown San Diego Condo and Downtown San Diego Loft home owners at Icon, Park Terrace, The Legend, Trellis, M2i, Gaslamp City Square, Alta and Crown Bay can now step outside their door with just a short stroll over to the new neighborhood place to be.
Stop by for a great experience! If you need more information please visit www.toastenoteca.com or call them at 619-269-4207. 92101 Urban Living is happy to wish Martin at Toast Good Luck! and welcome him to the East Village. Stop by and say hello!
For more Downtown San Diego secrets visit our former blog Secrets of Downtown San Diegos Urban Living.