Long before South Park’s housing prices started soaring, hip restaurants were opening and the once edgy neighborhood was catching the attention of national publications, there was Rebecca’s and her irresistible scones.
Rebecca’s Coffee House, a staple of South Park’s for over 20 years, will close within the next few days, according to owner Rebecca Zearing, who spoke to Eater over the phone. “We lost in court, we’re out,” she
Founded in 1960, Nati’s Mexican Restaurant has been a staple in the Ocean Beach community serving Mexican food and creating what’s known as “The Nati’s Family.”
After 57 years of operation, friends and owners
OCEAN BEACH (NEWS 8) - To the dismay of many Ocean Beach residents, major retailer Target Express is poised to take over an antique shop on Newport Avenue.
The large commercial building has been a staple in Ocean Beach
Casual — not corporate.
That was the message conveyed in a recent community letter on the behalf of Obecians urging Minnesota-based corporate Target not to put a proposed store in the 18,000-square-foot Antique Center
Members of the “No Target in OB” group hosted a forum Wednesday night, October 11th, and the message from all the presentations is, the boycott of Target Express in Ocean Beach is on, baby!
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OB Has Long History of Bias Against Large Mega-companies
By Frank Gormlie
It’s axiomatic that residents and businesses in Ocean Beach have an anti-corporate bias. OB is known for this attitude of distrusting huge, me
By Dallas McLaughlin | July 31, 2017
San Diego’s core neighborhoods have been building on top of themselves – remodeling and transforming into vibrant strips of boutiques, gastro pubs and coffee shops.
Likely signaling the end of the mega-antique mall era in Ocean Beach, the Target Corp. is negotiating to acquire the 18,000-square-foot Antique Center building in the 4800 block of Newport Avenue.
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