Bristol Farms is opening the 4th location of its Lazy Acres Natural Market concept at 422 W Washington Street in San Diego's Mission Hills within the building that previously housed the short-lived Haggen Foods, anticipated to debut as early as mid-summer.
Since its 1991 opening in Santa Barbara, Lazy Acres has been a unique cornerstone of California’s coastal wellness vibe. The company now serves organic, fresh, local and tasty offerings at locations in Long Beach and Encinitas.
"After much anticipation, Lazy Acres will bring our organic, fresh and delicious - and when possible, locally sourced - offerings to the Hillcrest and Mission Hills communities starting this summer," said Scott Hartman, the company’s marketing vice president. "As a community-focused store, we look forward to getting to know our future customers, and serving as a contributing, valued member of the local community."
In addition to a full grocery with fresh produce, meats, seafood and specialty items, Lazy Acres will offer a comprehensive prepared food section that will include everything from poke to Korean tacos, as well as beverage items from kombucha, to organic root beer, to craft beer. Of course, the market will also offer a large organic section with items like beans, eggs, milk, cereal, sprouted bread, bone broth, and much more. The healthy market will also boast a full liquor license and have a wine and liquor department, which will offer selections from many area producers.
Lazy Acres is anticipated to open on the border of Mission Hills & Hillcrest by mid-to-late summer. For more information, visit lazyacres.com.