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Nine-Ten Restaurant Revamps in La Jolla

See its stylish new setting

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The supremely talented Jason Knibb, executive chef of La Jolla’s Nine-Ten Restaurant, has freshly-redesigned stage for his food. First opened in 2001, the Prospect Street restaurant which is located at the base of the Grande Colonial hotel has just emerged from a $300,000 renovation that has updated and modernized all of its dining spaces. Completed by local firm Robinson Brown Design, the redesign includes a refurbished main dining room with lighter wood replacing dark mahogany, fresh chandeliers and LED lighting, all new furniture including three additional booths, and a wall panorama inspired by La Jolla Cove from local artist Dana Montlack.

Nine-Ten’s bar, which offers one of the best happy hours in town, has also been refreshed with new furnishings, lighting and wall coverings as well as its sidewalk patio on Prospect Street and the outdoor Grande Terrace, where guests can dine in view of the Pacific Ocean.

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Nine-Ten

910 Prospect Street, La Jolla, CA 92037

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