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Popular Restaurant Closes on High Traffic Corner in Mission Beach

The decades old establishment seeks restaurant replacement.

Popular, longstanding Mission Beach restaurant, The Boardwalk, which has occupied one of the busiest intersections in the neighborhood for over three decades, is now up for grabs as the business finally says goodbye to its loyal patrons.


Located across from the Mission Bay Aquatic Center and the Mission Bay Sports Center, the space is highly visible to the huge influx of foot and vehicle traffic that passes by--over 17,000 cars daily.


Besides the great location, the restaurant’s 2,300 square foot open floor plan and abundant patio seating overlooking the always busy Mission Blvd. and Santa Clara Avenue give ample opportunity for an experienced restaurateur to capitalize on the existing restaurant infrastructure and licensing in place. The existing licensing is of particular benefit to the sale in light of the extreme difficulties that owners have recently faced when seeking approval for new license applications; this is partly due to the growing concern of local residents over the amount of alcohol licenses in the area.


On the closing, owner Patrick Walsh offers,  "It’s been a great run for me operating our restaurant in Mission Beach for the past 7 years, but I feel like the time has come for me to pass on the torch someone else with a great vision for the location and move on".


Prospects who are interested in purchasing The Boardwalk business assets should contact Paul Ahern for further information at paul.ahern@locationmattersinc.com.


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The Boardwalk • Mission Beach

3704 Mission Blvd, San Diego, CA 92109 (858) 488-9484 Visit Website

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