Here are some breaking details about the revamp that's currently underway at Paradise Point Resort & Spa's signature restaurant, Baleen.
Newly renamed Tidal, the 3,000-square-foot waterfront restaurant is scheduled to reopen on April 10 with a "craft and catch" menu of California Coastal cuisine that revolves around local seafood and seasonal ingredients, headed up by executive chef Amy Dibiase.
Dibiase, a longtime local chef who has worked everywhere from the French-leaning Laurel to the Mediterranean-influenced The Shores, will be doing her updated takes on classics, including chicken confit, olive oil poached halibut and her signature ricotta gnudi, which some may remember fondly from her days at Point Loma's Roseville.
Tidal's renovation includes a beach house redesign with "industrial and mid-century elements", an indoor lounge and a deck with fire pits that faces a panoramic view of Mission Bay.
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