Gettin’ Sauced: 70’s-Themed Pizza Bar & Restaurant by Pieology Founder Comes to San Diego

Restaurant industry expert and founder of national chains like MOD Pizza, Pieology, and Project Pie, James Markham, is set to open a new and exciting dining experience in San Diego. Markham, who hails from Carlsbad, has an illustrious career in the restaurant industry and has opened more restaurants than most people visit in their lifetime.

Markham is known for spearheading notable food establishments, such as The Windmill Food Hall, which opened its doors in summer 2019. He also founded Crackheads breakfast eatery in Carlsbad, a restaurant made from recycled shipping containers and once named one of the 10 coolest structures of its kind by The Travel Channel.

Markham and his wife Tisha recently signed a lease for a space in the incoming South State three-unit retail plaza in Carlsbad’s North County. The restaurant, which will be called Gettin’ Sauced, will feature a vintage 1970s-themed ambiance and a menu filled with New Haven coal-fired pizza, salads, and desserts. Alongside to these, the restaurant comes with a full bar that offers cocktails, beer, wine, and other beverages that their guests can enjoy.

Gettin’ Sauced will be located at 505 Oak Avenue in San Diego’s North County community of Carlsbad. The restaurant is expected to open its doors late 2023 or early 2024, and it is expected to make a massive impact on the dining scene of the area.

With Markham’s extensive experience and expertise in the restaurant industry, Gettin’ Sauced is expected to be a success story, joining the many iconic food establishments Markham has founded and co-founded over his illustrious career. From using recycled containers to now paying homage to the 70s, Markham is once again expected to leave his mark on Southern California’s dining scene.

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