Park Commons Food Hall to Re-Open in Sorrento Valley

The 10,000 square-foot food hall with four food stands is looking for sous chefs.
Park Commons Food Hall to Re-Open in Sorrento Valley
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A little less than a year ago Park Commons, the 10,000 square-foot food hall brought to Sorrento Valley by Ryan Johnston of Whisknladle and Catania, and Arturo Kassel, closed down ‘until further notice.’ The COVID-19 pandemic was the motivating force behind the decision.

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“We are currently closed and will remain closed until our more of our neighbors return to the office. Not to worry, we will be back and when we do seeing all of your faces will be worth the wait!” Park Commons shared across its social media channels on August 4th, 2020.

Since then, Park Commons social media has been silent. However, a recent San Diego Craigslist advertisement indicates the food hall may be coming back soon. According to the ad, “Park Commons is a 10,000-square-foot food hall coming back to San Diego’s Sorrento Valley! Using the same creative culinary vision that launched Whisknladle and Catania we have developed four counter-service food stalls each with their own unique flair and flavor. Park Commons food hall will serve breakfast, lunch, and happy hour. Our event space and catering team will host onsite and offsite events.” According to Park Commons’ Instagram, the company is currently open for catering.

Among the offerings at Park Commons you will find Dark Horse Coffee Roasters coffee brewed up in the AM at the hall’s café and a bar for that post-work drink in the evenings.

All-Spice Middle Eastern Cuisine, Best Dressed Soups & Salads, Slow Poke Bowls & More, El Parque Cocina Mexicana, and Fricken Burgers Fried Chicken & Burgers are all listed on the Park Commons website, and you can currently peruse these menus online.

Park Commons is located at 9645 Scranton Road in San Diego. Follow the food hall’s social media for updates on their re-opening timeline.

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Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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