Homestead In Solana Beach Re-Opening As A Neighborhood MarketSee + Do They will keep a small menu of its staples and transition to a local high-end bodega or neighborhood market
Homestead, the neighborhood cafe and gathering spot in Solana Beach, is re-opening on Friday, May 22nd with a pivoted concept. Known for their scratch-made sandwiches, salads, and breakfast items including their beloved waffles, Homestead will keep a small menu of its staples and transition to a local high-end bodega or neighborhood market.
Since closing their doors in March, owners Marie and Jamie Brawn have been trying to find a way to re-open and support the community with something that would benefit their neighborhood, as well as be sustainable for the long term.
The revamped concept will feature everything from fresh produce, eggs, fresh pasta, milk, canned goods, a deli case with meats and cheeses, wine and beer, and household items from cleaning products to charcoal for grilling. Guests will be able to order food and drinks, including coffee, wine and beer for both take-out and dine-in at their socially distanced “piazza” style tables outside the market and cafe, or pop in to stock up on provisions.
Homestead will feature local purveyors and farmers like Be Wise Ranch, Stehly Farms, Aschbrenner Acres and Gone Straw Farms, in addition to house-made sauces and salad dressings prepared by Homestead’s Jamie Brawn.
The market will be open with limited hours to start, Friday-Sunday, 10:00AM-4:00PM, with expanded hours in the coming weeks (Please note that the website hours have not been updated yet).
Homestead is located at: 346 B South Cedros Ave. Solana Beach.
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