DM City Council OKs sidewalk cafes

The Del Mar City Council approved requests from Jimmy O’s and Americana Cafe to create and expand sidewalk dining areas for restaurant customers at the Jan. 20 meeting.

The owner of Americana Cafe also requested an amendment to the city’s code allowing restaurants to serve alcohol starting at 7 a.m. in order to accommodate customers during Del Mar’s race season. Staff was directed to draft the amendment for approval at a future meeting.

For more information, visit www.delmar.ca.

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