The Promiscuous Fork is just days away from introducing the newest member of its food family to The Point at Ingraham, a mixed-use complex that was just completed in the Crown Point neighborhood of Pacific Beach.
The Promiscuous Fork is the only commercial tenant in the building, taking a 2,300-square-foot ground floor space that includes a 16 x 20 foot patio.
Co-owners Ray Penfield and Craig Sewall first started in food with a stall at the La Jolla Farmer's Market. From there, they ventured into catering before opening the original Promiscuous Fork on La Jolla Boulevard in 2012. They still run a bustling catering business and told Eater that they were considering opening another restaurant in North County before the Pacific Beach opportunity arose.
This second location, due to open by Mother's Day, is at least four times the size of their first eatery, with seating for nearly 100.
Their eclectic menu, which is described as having "no real rhyme or reason", takes inspiration from Southwest, Hawaiian and Mexican cuisines; signature dishes include Kailua pork quesadillas, blackened salmon tacos and The Best Fork'n Chicken Sandwich Ever, which includes habanero pesto. The new spot has 16 taps, mostly for beer, though one handle will dispense champagne for mimosas during their weekend brunch service.
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