For decades, the venerable Mister A’s has been known as a special occasion destination that rewards its patrons with stunning skyline and bay views and elevated continental cuisine. When it reopens its doors this month following a three-month renovation, fine dining will still be a mainstay but there will be a bonus — a new indoor-outdoor lounge catering to those who want to come for the panoramic vistas without having to stay for a multi-course meal. It’s a reimagining of the 57-year-old restaurant that will not only make it a more efficient operation but also one that the new owner hopes will lure a much wider demographic of patrons.

San Diego Union-Tribune
Lori Weisberg
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