The Counter restaurant at Del Mar Highlands closes

By Karen Billing

The Counter restaurant in Del Mar Highlands has closed. The custom-burger eatery had been open since 2011.

According to Mary Park, who handles public relations for The Counter, three of the San Diego Counter locations are now closed but they plan to open a new store in Del Mar soon.

Elizabeth Schreiber, the manager of Del Mar Highlands Town Center, said they are in talks with the restaurant’s owner regarding the status of the business.

“We expect it may take a few weeks for the issue to be resolved,” Schreiber said. “In the meantime, we will continue to strive to give our customers the best shopping, dining and entertainment experience possible at the center.”

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