The popular, longstanding late-night hookah lounge Sinbad Cafe, which has occupied a prime spot on PB's boardwalk for 15 years, is now up for grabs as the business gets ready to say goodbye to its loyal patrons.
Location Matters' Mike Spilky says that Sinbad Cafe's closure symbolizes the end of an era in Pacific Beach -- it was likely the place many San Diego college students first became initiated with Garnet before turning 21 -- and the sale is expected to attract plenty of interest. While most transactions in Pacific Beach sell off the market as confidential sales, the location of the closure will undoubtedly allow for more exposure to the market.
What's up for grabs:
The prime Sinbad's location, within the center of the bar crawl zone, includes a Type 41 Beer and Wine license with very rare conditions for Pacific Beach allowing for service from 8 a.m. to midnight Sunday through Thursday, and 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. The 3,000-square foot location also includes an outdoor patio and can come with the Sinbad's name or be converted to a number of different new concepts.
What would you like to see in this neighborhood spot?