Beaumont’s gets in the lunch groove

Try the Huli-Huli Grilled Tombo sandwich. Courtesy

Beaumont’s, the popular Bird Rock eatery, has launched weekday lunch service, just in time for warmer temps and the welcoming of summer!

From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, guests can enjoy signature California fare on the sun-lit patio along with craft beers and hand-made cocktails, and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere.

The menu features Beaumont’s signature sophisticated California fare with a unique twist that is all San Diego. It showcases a variety of light, summer-inspired items, all in keeping with the vibe of the other menus and the restaurant. The entire menu is meant to be easy to “grab-and-go” for those who work around the area and need a quick bite.

Playful yet basic, the menu is divided into categories such as “Share-It.” “Hold-It” and “Wrap-It” that include everything from Ahi Tuna Tartare with edamame puree, avocado-jicama salad, tossed in a sesame-blood orange vinaigrette and served with wonton chips; Huli-Huli Grilled Tombo Sandwich with radish sprouts, seaweed salad, lettuce, tomato, basil aioli, served medium-rare on a brioche bun; and Grilled Asparagus & Smoked Albacore Salad with organic spring mix, baby arugula, hearts of palm, grilled white and green asparagus, grape tomatoes, ricotta salada cheese, and sherry vinaigrette.

The idea behind the menu is to deliver straight-forward and delicious food, using fresh, locally sourced products that are always 100 percent natural, hormone-free, antibiotic-free, and organic whenever possible. Chef Scott combined his culinary talents with owner, Dave Heine’s extensive knowledge of the restaurant, the customer and the restaurant industry as a whole.

They’re still open for dinner Monday through Friday 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. and weekends 8 a.m. til 2 a.m.

Stop by 5662 La Jolla Blvd. Call 459-0474 or go to www.beaumontseatery.com.

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