Executive chef Jason Knibb and pastry chef Jack Fisher of La Jolla’s NINE-TEN Restaurant have announced that the restaurant have re-opened for dinner service on Sunday and Monday nights from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The change took effect on Feb. 14.
“During the economic down-turn of 2009, the restaurant closed for dinner service on Sunday and Monday nights, our two lowest volume evenings,” said Terrence Underwood, general manager of NINE-TEN and the adjacent Grande Colonial Hotel. “Over the past several months, we have experienced a relatively robust return in business volume giving us the confidence that returning to our previous nightly dinner service schedule will prove successful and provide more opportunities for guests to enjoy the exceptional cuisine and service of NINE-TEN.”
NINE-TEN Restaurant offers the perfect combination of sophistication and casual elegance. Diners enjoy the best of the harvest from local farmers, where produce is selected daily for the restaurant’s evolving California cuisine. The bounty of the sea is also featured with local fish selections and items arriving daily from Hawaii and the North Pacific and North Atlantic regions.
Special prix fixe menus are available and feature matching wines from the extensive wine cellar. NINE-TEN is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Happy Hour is featured Monday through Friday, and $5 valet parking is available daily for restaurant and bar patrons.
The restaurant is located at the Grande Colonial hotel at 910 Prospect St.. (858) 964-5400,