San Diego's King of Chicken Wings will open it's third location in San Diego's Liberty Station as early as this summer. An award-winning wing-centric eatery, Dirty Birds has acquired the lease on building number nine in the neighborhood’s booming northern Arts District precinct in the historic Naval Training Center turned cultural destination.
Dirty Birds caters to the gourmand sports fan, offering an impressive selection of chicken wings served with more than 30 varieties of housemade sauces. Located directly adjacent to The Loma Club’s historic nine-hole golf course, Dirty Birds’ 3,000 square-foot property will certainly draw legions of fans to Liberty Station’s quickly expanding Arts District hub, joining the culinary ranks of soon-to-be-open neighborhood hotspots including Liberty Public Market, Buona Forchetta, Fireside and Breakfast Republic.
Dirty Birds founders, Jon Ollis and Adam Jacoby, first gained recognition with the restaurant’s original location in Pacific Beach in 2008, followed by a second outpost in 2015 near the college area at SDSU. While design details have yet to be released, patrons can expect Liberty Station’s history as a former naval base to strongly influence the interior theme, with locally-based architecture firm OBR consulting on the sports bar transformation.
Dirty Birds Liberty Station will be located at 2970 Truxtun Road. For more information, visit DirtybirdsPB.com.