Blade 1936 Opens For Business In Oceanside
Blade 1936, Oceanside’s newest dining destination, is excited to announce that they are now open for dinner service beginning at 4:00pm. The long-awaited restaurant pays tribute to the Oceanside Blade-Tribune, which took up residence in the building beginning in 1936.
The last project of esteemed architect, Irving Gill, the Blade 1936 team honored the newspaper building in their design, using it as a motif for the restaurant.
The menu, created by Culinary Director and Partner, Chef Mario Cassineri, features house-made Napoli style wood fired pizzas, crafted semolina pastas, innovative desserts, cocktails, wines, including Blade 1936’s private wine label, Italian bottled beer and local and international beers on tap.
Amazing chefs in the house
Chef Chris Narvaez will oversee the daily operation of the kitchen as Chef di Cuisine. Partner, GM and Head Pizza Chef, John Carlo Ferraiuolo (Caffè Calabria, Red Oven), will utilize a custom-made Stefano Ferrara pizza brick oven from Italy to create classic and custom pizzas using both locally sourced and imported Italian ingredients.
In addition to dinner, Blade 1936 will also offer weekend brunch, as well as menus catering to children and those who follow gluten-free and vegan diets.
Blade is located at 401 Seagaze Drive in Oceanside, and will be open from 4:00 to 10:00pm Monday through Thursday, 4:00 to 11:00pm Friday, 10:00am to 11:00pm Saturday, and 10:00am to 9:00pm Sunday.
See you there!