This former Navy mess hall is now a robust food market, featuring vendors from around San Diego.
Located in what was once a mess hall at a naval training facility, Liberty Public Market is now home to over 25 local vendors and chefs. Since opening in the spring of 2016, the food hall has continued to grow, offering everything from empanadas to burgers. Deciding what to eat can be overwhelming, so we’ve rounded up five must-try places for your next visit.
Bringing a little bit of the East Coast to the West Coast, Wicked Main Lobster is run by two brothers from Main. The shop is all about the lobster, serving up lobster rolls, alongside lobster mac & cheese, lobster tacos, and lobster nachos. There is also a classic New England clam chowder on the menu.
Specializing in burgers, Stuffed! serves American comfort food. True to their name, Stuffed!’s grass-fed burgers come—you guessed it—stuffed with different cheeses and served with a side of either tater tots, fries, or fried onion straws. The menu also has sandwiches, build your own mac & cheese, and fried Oreos for dessert.
Offering some of the freshest seafood in the area, FishBone Kitchen has a 12-seat raw bar, where they sell ceviche, poke bowls, and other seafood delicacies. The fishmonger also has a retail section where customers can purchase fish and other seafood to take home.