Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina announced the first of four new dining concepts as part of their planned multi-million dollar update. Construction has begun on Rumorosa, the latest dining destination for the waterfront hotel.
Passports are not required, as Rumorosa plans to bring Baja just a little closer to San Diego. Executive Chef Marcos Seville will blend classic Mexican cuisine with uniquely SoCal options. The menu is expected to serve the best locally sourced seafood, caught fresh from fishing vessels in Point Loma, seasonal produce, marinated meats, and tableside salsa cars for an interactive experience. Guests can sample dishes like tortas, tacos, and aguachiles, with options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
“We are located at the epicenter of two flourishing cultural regions and look forward to bringing them together and introducing Rumorosa to San Diego’s vibrant culinary landscape,” Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina’s Vice President and General Manager, Sean Clancy, shares in a statement. “We are passionate about creating a restaurant that honors the rich culinary heritage of neighboring Baja, while also embracing the diverse local dining scene. Rumorosa will be a place where guests can immerse themselves in the flavors, aromas, and energy of both regions, creating a unique and unforgettable experience.”
Initial art renderings of the interior of Rumorosa reveal a color palette reminiscent of Baja, from its sparkling coastline to its mountainous desert routes. Designer Forrest Perkins brings together a warm atmosphere, with contemporary furniture and fixtures in the new gathering space.
Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina has more tricks up its sleeve in its planned transformation. Details are promised soon on the other three on-site eateries, which include a Brewery X craft beer pub, a harborside bar and cabana club called Sunglow, and Strada, a casual grab-and-go eatery and market.
“Rumorosa marks the beginning of our resort’s exciting new dining offerings,” Clancy explains. “We are assembling the best experiences from around the region into four distinct outlets, allowing guests to sample the area’s best eats and drinks in one destination, while maintaining the locally-inspired ambiance for which Sheraton is known.”
Rumorosa is expected to open its doors to San Diego locals and visitors in early 2024. For more information, sneak peeks, and an opening announcement, visit the Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina website and follow on Instagram.