Del Mar’s bBar appoints Susan Sbicca as Executive Chef

The bBar, San Diego’s organic “vitality” bar opening Dec. 17, recently announced the appointment of award-winning chef Susan Sbicca as Executive Chef. (Look for a story on Susan Sbicca next issue.)

Sbicca, the former co-owner and executive chef of Del Mar’s iconic Sbicca restaurant and Meritage Restaurant & Bar in Encinitas, will develop the bBar’s unique and delicious raw food menu. Sbicca joins an expert team that includes cleansing authority Adina Niemerow and founder Lisa Odenweller, a former Oracle executive and health and wellness devotee.

The bBar is located at 2683 Via de La Valle, Suite L Del Mar, in the shopping center across the street from Flower Hill Promenade. www.bebeaming.com.

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  4. Advocates for Injured Athletes group gathers at Sbicca
  5. Del Mar area chef earns distinguished Relais & Chateaux designation

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