Coming later this year, an upscale butcher shop and chef-driven seasonal restaurant will open in San Diego’s Coronado. This upcoming chic spot for discovering the perfect tapenade for your next dinner party is opening soon in Coronado, between two other culinary catch-alls, Serrano’s and the Rosemary Trattoria.
The soon-to-debut Jolie Coronado will be distinguishable by its black awning with a Frenchified version of its name scrolled across the top. Behind a broad wooden door, the curious will find a specialty market curated by renowned California Chef Jason Witzl. Jolie will stock a selection of affordable wines, triple cream cheeses, aged cheddars, exclusive meat and fish, as well as shelves of imported merch, like relishes, condiments, mustards, pickles, jams and jellies. Jolie is sure to become a one-stop-shop for the fig glaze and fresh salmon you’ve been looking for.
But Witzl isn’t just selling amazing ingredients at Jolie; he’s also offering a seasonal menu for in-house dining. Visitors can sample Witzl’s ingenuity and stock up on local Prime Flannery Beef or a wedge of English Stilton before they leave. Vino will be priced moderately to reflect quality and quaffability over rarity and expense. While old-world whites and reds feature heavily on Jolie’s menu, newcomers like South African Pinotage offer the unschooled a taste of refinement for a fraction of the cost. To stay updated and learn more, visit https://joliecoronado.com/.