Mezcal Tasting Room and Restaurant Coming to Old Town this Fall 2018 ?

| November 5, 2018 | 0 Comments

The 2,000 square foot space will seat up to 52 guests and is designed by JG Color Studios, a former finalist on the nationally-aired HGTV show Design Star.

San Diego will receive a mezcal infusion with the arrival of Tahona, opening by early fall 2018 next door to the historic Cemetery of El Campo Santo in Old Town, located at 2414 San Diego Avenue.

Plans for this new concept include one of the country’s few proper mezcal tasting rooms, a full-service restaurant serving modern Mexican cuisine with Oaxacan influence, onsite events including art and spoken word nights and mezcal-centric group trips to Mexico’s Baja and Oaxaca regions – and rumor has it, a speakeasy by end of year.

Tahona is founded by a collection of mezcal enthusiasts including Amar Harrag, a native of Antibes in the South of France. Additional partners include beverage directors Carlo Bracci Devoti and Blair Marano.

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