By Dora McCann Guerreiro
Ring in the New Year with the February 2018 return of East Village’s urban container park, Quartyard!
The idea that spurred from three graduate students at NewSchool of Design & Architecture has transformed the East Village into a hub for celebrating all that is San Diego: beer, dogs, music, coffee, art and food.
With a ground-breaking that took place Nov. 1, Quartyard will hit the ground running in February with already planned neighborhood activation projects ranging from wedding receptions, to full production concerts, and everything in between.
Located just 500 feet from its old location, the second coming of Quartyard will provide daily entertainment at 1301 Market St., at the corner of 13th Street.
Although the square footage is smaller than the first location, Quartyard collaborated with the city of San Diego to offer guests a new, more intimate venue experience. The new site will still have the same, celebrated off-leash dog run, where owners can enjoy a beer or cocktail with their four-legged friends, and is also launching a new partnership with Seahorse Coffee.
Come join the East Village Association in welcoming Quartyard for their February grand re-opening party (date to be determined)! Watch our website or follow us on Facebook (EastVillageSD) for the actual date.
A few more hints to help you plan your February — think a Super Bowl BBQ and a secret dinner theater with a Quartyard twist, having teamed up with other East Village businesses, The Grand Artique and 10 Barrel Brewing Company.
Past Quartyard fans will also experience a new mural art installation, a revamped food menu, and a brick entrance that will house over 200 uniquely inscribed bricks from Quartyard faithful.
#YourCityBlock can’t wait to return to the East Village! Hours will be Sunday through Thursdays, 7 a.m.–10 p.m. and Friday and Saturdays, 7 a.m.–midnight.
For the events calendar, visit quartyardsd.com. On behalf of EVA: Welcome!