After debuting in La Jolla last fall, THE LOT will open its second location at Liberty Station on May 5, providing a luxurious, comfortable dining, drinking and cinema experience, and offering one of the finest food and beverage alternatives to Point Loma’s thriving and vibrant community.
“THE LOT Liberty Station will provide guests with the utmost in service, high-quality dining and cinema experience, with our signature luxury leather theater recliners, a social cocktail scene, and fantastic breakfast, lunch, dinner and in-theater dining options - all with unique elements that pay homage to the building’s original function as the Naval Training Center’s epicenter of military troop training and entertainment,” said Adolfo Fastlicht, chief executive officer of THE LOT.
THE LOT Liberty Station is located at 2620 Truxtun Road and occupies the former building #35, previously known as LUCE Auditorium, originally a 2,200-seat theater equipped with CinemaScope (a lens series used from 1953 to 1967 for shooting widescreen movies - the creation of which marked the beginning of modern widescreen movie projection) - a projector and screen where military training features and movies were shown. THE LOT Liberty Station’s design preserves the building’s original oak stage and exposed concrete proscenium, where the curtains once hung. Created to honor the past, as well as current, leading-edge design, THE LOT Liberty Station also features a completely glass-enclosed café, bar and restaurant space that lends itself to an eclectic balance of reinvented use in a rehabilitated historic building.
|Inside tone of The Lot's luxury theaters|