The ever-expanding CH Projects is ready to bring it's meatball-centric concept to Point Loma! Soda & Swine is anticipated to debut its second San Diego location on July 22 at the former Roseville Cozinha space at 2750 Dewey Road in Liberty Station. The eatery will feature indoor and outdoor seating, a full bar and an expanded food menu.
The 4,700 square foot space, vacated by the former Roseville Cozinha in late 2013, has undergone a complete overhaul led by designer Paul Basile of BASILE Studio. Soda & Swine’s original outpost on Adams Avenue in Normal Heights most recently received the San Diego Architectural Foundation’s Orchid for Interior Design in 2014, and while the new Point Loma locale will assimilate details from the original 1920’s-era Liberty Station structure, Basile has merged past with present through a variety of custom fabricated, modern finishes – including a sleek, curved copper-wrapped bar façade built to emulate an airplane wing, and a 20-foot handcrafted Foosball table. Basile also increased overall seating capacity with the addition of a massive new outdoor trellis structure, creating coverage for the overexposed exterior. Guests will gain access to the new patio via a giant flip door with standard swing door built in - essentially, a door within a door.
Soda & Swine at Liberty Station will be located at 2750 Dewey Road, Ste 104. For more information on Soda & Swine, visit sodaandswine.com.