Carmel Valley Red Robin to close at Del Mar Highlands

Red Robin at the Del Mar Highlands Town Center will be closing its doors on May 27 as its lease expires at the end of the month, according to center manager Elizabeth Schreiber.

Schreiber said they are currently in discussions to find an eatery to take Red Robin’s place. Nothing is official yet but Schreiber said it would likely be a local restaurateur.

“Our focus at Del Mar Highlands has been to showcase and highlight San Diego regional restaurants,” Schreiber said.

Red Robin will remain in business locally at its UTC location.

“They’ve been a great tenant and I know Carmel Valley residents have enjoyed them for years,” Schreiber said.                    — Karen Billing

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  1. Del Mar Highlands Town Center movie theater to close Jan. 3 for renovation
  2. Del Mar Highlands Town Center upgrade near completion
  3. Del Mar Highlands Town Center offering new parking options, programs for customers
  4. Managers look for feedback on Del Mar Highlands
  5. Highlands managers want to ‘reimagine’ shopping center

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