SD New venture in the old Better Half
Per Troy M. Johnson of Riviera Magazine: Frankie "The Bull" is opening a Creole restaurant in the old Better Half venue. After reading the article, it seems to me that Mr. Bull is confusing Creole with Cajun.
"it seems to me that Mr. Bull is confusing Creole with Cajun."
Yeah, it does.
From the article:
“I’ve got a Buddhist monk a Catholic priest and a voodoo doctor coming on opening day,”
Better to not joke around about the Voodoo.
That all being said, here is another place that I really hope is great and I will attend.
Time will tell.
That Modern Luxuary mag is San Diego Hype Machine territory.
When Better Half was in this place John told us that they only had to rent the buildings (and also Talus Cafe and Russo's House only rented the place). I was told that the landlord didn't want to rent the buildings anymore but only sell it. I wonder if either Frank Terzoli is taking a lot of risk by buying thaty place or if he was able to rent it again.
Reading the short article, does anybody knows if they rebuild anything or how are they planning to seat 90 people in that space ? They were able to seat about 40-45 before.
The Bull is back: Just in time for Mardi Gras, Frank Terzoli is opening up a Cajun and Creole restaurant branded The Big Easy in Hillcrest. Terzoli was San Diego's first entrant into Bravo's "Top Chef" series, and was nicknamed "Frankie the Bull" by his Season 2 compatriots. The menu includes Louisiana smoked ribs, crawfish po-boys, chicken pot pies, beef brisket sandwiches and cafe service in the mornings with fresh pastries and beignets. The Big Easy is in a purple and gold building with outdoor dining at 127 University Ave. and will open its doors for breakfast, lunch and dinner on Feb. 1.