New 10,000 Square-Foot Farmer's Table Restaurant Heading To San Diego's South County

December 6, 2019

The fourth location of Italian country-style farm-to-table restaurant Farmer's Table is set to open in the 10,000 square foot space previously occupied by Marie Callender’s Restaurant & Bakery in Chula Vista.

Farmer's Table is a restaurant concept from two established San Diego chefs and restaurateurs - Alberto Morreale and Vincenzo Loverso. Alberto co-owns the Hillcrest and Liberty Station Fig Tree Café locations and is the owner of Farmer’s Bottega in Mission Hills. Vincenzo holds an extensive pedigree, currently serving as the owner of San Diego Dining Group, which operates Greystone The Steakhouse, Osetra The Fishhouse, Osteria Panevino, The Butcher's Cut, Fresh Catch Market & Grill, and is in the process of installing an eatery in the Gaslamp space that last housed Blue Point Coastal Cuisine. The powerhouse culinary duo opened the original Farmer's Table in La Mesa Village in early 2017, a branch in Little Italy last year, and a third outpost in Bay Park.

The fourth Farmer's Table will be the largest one yet. The space will offer a barn-house-style décor that offers a tasteful arrangement of rough-hewn, vintage details using mostly reclaimed materials. Expect breakfast, lunch and dinner menus based around fresh, locally sourced organic ingredients and unique recipes with an Italian influence, as well as a full bar.

Farmer's Table is expected to open at 330 F Street in Chula Vista by early 2020. For more information, visit farmerstablelamesa.com.