Three new “hot spots” were recently announced as additions to the One Paseo mixed-use project in Carmel Valley, including a coal-fired pizzeria from URBN Pizza and home-style bakery SusieCakes. CAVA, an authentic Greek Mediterranean fast-casual restaurant also joined the growing selection of culinary and retail tenants set to open in 2019.
“Our roster of exciting tenants just continues to grow into the dynamic community we envisioned for One Paseo,” said Nelson Ackerly, senior vice president of Kilroy Realty. “We are thrilled to bring such a unique lineup of restaurants and retailers to the Del Mar Heights community and to future residents for years to come.”
These three tenants join a culinary lineup that includes Salt & Straw ice cream and Shake Shack burgers, as well as eateries such as Joe & The Juice, The Butchery, North Italia, International Smoke, Tocaya Organica, Sweetfin Poké, Ways & Means Oyster House, Parakeet Café, and Tender Greens. So far retail tenants coming to One Paseo include Van de Vort, West of Camden and Whiskey + Leather as well as the fitness studio SoulCycle.
Those tracking the construction progress on Del Mar Heights Road and El Camino Real can see Kilroy’s “country mart” concept taking shape on the corner, as well as the parking garage and its sails.
According to Kilroy, the sails on the parking garage serve as both a design and functional element, with the sails acting as shade. The garage will eventually be screened by a living wall, with plants arranged throughout the screens for an added element of interest.
CAVA started as a full-service restaurant in Maryland in 2006 and will have more than 70 locations nationwide by the end of 2018. CAVA also has a line of handcrafted dips and spreads sold in over 200 Whole Foods Market locations. At the restaurant guests can build their own plates combining dips and spreads like hummus or harissa with items such as meatballs, falafel and roasted vegetables.
URBN owner Joe Mangini launched BASIC Bar/Pizza in East Village in 2006 and it continues to be a favorite of locals and staple of the community offering a relaxed environment and late-night dining experience. In response to BASIC’s success, Mangini launched spin-off URBN Coal Fired Pizza in Vista, followed by locations in North Park and El Cajon serving up authentic New Haven-style, thin-crust pies.
SusieCakes, which has a bakery in La Costa Town Square, offers a variety of nostalgic desserts in a friendly, old-fashioned neighborhood experience. Specialties include frosted layer cakes, a selection of traditional cookies and bars and Susie’s famous whoopie pies. The brand is best known for its classic Vanilla Celebration Cake, custom decorated cakes and its cupcakes, which are filled with frosting.
For more information and updates about One Paseo, visit onepaseo.com.