The Sublime Ale House signs a lease at Polo Plaza near Del Mar, Solana Beach and Rancho Santa Fe

Sublime Ale House has signed a 10-year lease to take over the location formerly occupied by Tommy V’s restaurant, located at 3702 Via De La Valle, 92014.

Location Matters, a full-service retail commercial real estate brokerage firm with a specialized restaurant leasing and development team, facilitated the signing of the 10-year lease. Sublime Ale House should open in about 90 days, according to a restaurant spokesperson.

The lease, for the approximately 7,000 square foot restaurant and enclosed patio space, was valued at $1,857,930.

Michael Spilky of Location Matters Restaurant & Retail Brokerage represented both Polo Plaza, LLC (Landlord) and Sublime Ale House (Tenant) in the transaction.

For more about Location Matters Brokerage, visit

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