The Fish Market bar remodel complete

Just in time for opening day and track season, The Fish Market in Del Mar has gone under a major bar renovation. The 29-year-old Solana Beach institution’s new bar has expanded seating, and added ornate etched glass images of fisherman and new flat screen TVs. In addition to the aesthetic upgrade, The Fish Market also expanded its beers on tap to eight and will continue to offer their popular happy hour menu and specials, as well as the full menu in the bar area.

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