Jsix Restaurant, known for its modern coastal California cuisine, has temporarily closed its doors to undergo major renovation this winter, the first overhaul in its nearly 10-year history. The downtown restaurant is slated to debut its updated look and concept modifications in mid-February. Renovation plans call for a completely redesigned interior for Jsix, including the layout of the space. The dining room will become smaller, and more intimate, while the bar will double in size.
The current dining room will be converted into a private event space for both Jsix and Hotel Solamar. A new, familiar bar talent will implement an original and timeless cocktail program, while the food will remain focused on the ethos Jsix was founded upon. Continuing to maintain the integrity of ingredients, guests can expect to see more small plates that are playful, easy to share and downright delicious.
“We are keeping the best components of the old Jsix, and turning the volume up to 11 with the things we have always wanted,” said Jsix Executive Chef Christian Graves. “The goal is to provide the community with a neighborhood spot that serves thoughtful food, pours honest drinks, and brings people together.”
During the renovation, San Diegans can continue to enjoy LOUNGEsix, the rooftop lounge set atop the 4th floor of Hotel Solamar. A full menu will be offered to order fireside or in one of the many private cabanas. LOUNGEsix’s bar will also serve signature cocktails and brews daily. The lounge will also throw a New Year’s Eve party with champagne toasts and live entertainment.
For more information, visit JsixSanDiego.com. Stay up to date on the renovation on Jsix’s Facebook page at Facebook.com/JsixRestaurant.