In an unassuming stand-alone cedar sided building, set aback a bit from the bustle of Turquoise Street is a chic new addition to the quaint Baja La Jolla/North PB neighborhood, Table 926, where executive chef and owner Matt Richman has successfully created an exciting, new, and down to earth dining enclave, showcasing local Californian ingredients with Mediterranean and Latino flavors. As PB residents, we are happy to welcome the upscale addition of table 926 to our bar-drenched locale and are eager to recommend it to visitors of our favorite San Diego beach community.
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How could I have waited this long to mention the beer?! While definitely a wine bar at heart, table 926 boasts a mighty impressive beer selection, especially for a food-focused dining establishment. We indulged in one of our all time favorites, Ballast Point’s Sculpin IPAs, and thoroughly enjoyed both Alesmith’s Horny Devil and Little Devil. And let’s just say that we’re glad to live within walking distance.
Be sure to stop in to table 926 for one of their many upcoming events or the “9-2-6” happy hour where there are 9 wines, 2 beers, and 6 apps offered, all under $10. See ya there!
926 Turquoise St., Pacific Beach