Celebrate The Grand Opening Of The ‘New’ Old City Hall
Celebrate the Grand Opening of the “new” Old City Hall in the Gaslamp Quarter, as Florent completes its transformation to its new identity to pay homage to its historic roots.
Old City Hall was built in 1874 and it was the first building in San Diego to be constructed entirely of materials from San Diego, with many of the original elements still here today. “Old City Hall” has served as home to many San Diegans over the years, as a City Public library, a jail, and the City Chambers. Most recently, it was home to Florent Restaurant & Lounge, but is now transforming to Old City Hall to pay homage to its historic roots.
There will be hosted eats + a hosted bar with Azuñia Tequila drink specials afterwards.
Enjoy live music from John Rankin with beats from DJ Shadowman to finish out the night.
Congrats to Old City Hall – we’re big fans of the new…old…branding!
See you there!