The all new, three-level parking structure is now open at Del Mar Highlands Town Center, bringing 365 new spaces for the popular shopping center. Customers can enter off of Townsgate Drive at Kelsford Place near Cinépolis or from El Camino Real near Chevron and Casa Sol y Mar. The structure is located behind Urban Plates.
The much-anticipated expansion and remodel of Cinépolis, which will feature 11 screens, an expanded food and drink menu and even more state-of-the-art luxury accommodations, is expected to open soon.
Del Mar Highlands is also excited to announce several new restaurants that will be coming soon to the center: Pappalecco, an iconic Little Italy Tuscan-style Italian café; Pokewan, a fast-casual poke restaurant from the owners of Love Boat Sushi; and Grater Grilled Cheese, a gourmet grilled cheese sandwich shop with locations in La Jolla and Mission Valley.
A new Del Mar Cleaners has also opened next to Rubio’s.