The Remy To Replace Half-Century-Old Hunter Steakhouse In San Diego's Mission Valley

August 14, 2022

Hunter Steakhouse has shuttered in San Diego's Mission Valley after more than 50 years in business and will soon be replaced by a new concept dubbed The Remy.  

Founded in Mission Valley in 1970 and operating for years as a Hungry Hunter, Hunter Steakhouse's San Diego locations in Mission Valley and Oceanside were sold in October 2008 to Mike Schneider after Hunter's parent Steakhouse Partners Inc. went bankrupt. Although the Oceanside branch remains under Schneider's ownership, the Mission Valley restaurant was sold in 2022 and permanently shuttered as of last week. 

Jonathan Frank, who co-owns Home & Away restaurants in San Diego's Old Town and Encinitas, has taken over Hunter Steakhouse in Mission Valley and is opening a new restaurant called The Remy. Little is currently known about The Remy concept at this time, but expect a substantial renovation of the dated, 4,824 square-foot building with the new restaurant not expected to open until mid-2023. 

The Remy will be located at 2445 Hotel Circle Place off the I-8 freeway in San Diego's Mission Valley. For more information about Hunter Steakhouse, visit