Remy Cocktails & Meat debuts in San Diego’s Mission Valley with classic steakhouse ambiance

The classic steakhouse feel that was lost when Hunter Steakhouse in San Diego’s Mission Valley shuttered last year after more than 50 years in business will return within a modernized interior in a new concept called The Remy Cocktails & Meat. Although the Oceanside branch remains open under its current ownership, the Mission Valley restaurant was permanently shuttered last summer, only to be taken over by Jonathan Frank. Frank co-owns Home & Away restaurants in San Diego’s Old Town and Encinitas and is now the owner of the newest restaurant that is set to open soon.

The Remy will offer a traditional steakhouse menu with high-quality grilled steaks, including certified American Wagyu beef from Whitefish, Montana, fresh local and imported seafood, and a variety of sides and appetizers. To complement the menu, the restaurant will feature a full bar with a devotion to cocktails and an approachable global wine list. The 4,824 square-foot building has been completely renovated, featuring rich wood accents and leather booths, giving it a classic high-end steakhouse vibe.

The mission valley restaurant closed its doors last year, and it was sold in 2022 to Jonathan Frank, who has spent the last year constructing a space that will soon become the talk of the town. With its traditional steakhouse menu and high-end ambiance, The Remy is expected to draw locals and tourists alike to its beautiful location. The modernized interior is designed to offer an intimate and upscale atmosphere where diners will feel comfortable while savoring their meals.

The Remy is set to open its doors to diners on Friday, May 5, 2023, at 2445 Hotel Circle Place, off the I-8 freeway, in San Diego’s Mission Valley. For anyone looking to enjoy an unforgettable meal in an upscale and elegant environment, this new steakhouse is the place to go. For more information about the opening, anyone can visit

After Hunter Steakhouse was forced to close, it left many locals without a go-to spot for a delicious steak dinner. However, with The Remy taking over and offering an almost identical menu, many are eager to see what this new restaurant will bring to San Diego’s culinary scene. The anticipated opening of The Remy is generating a fair amount of excitement and many people are clamoring to make reservations. San Diegans and visitors alike can’t wait to discover everything that The Remy has to offer – from its traditional steakhouse menu to its sophisticated ambiance, it’s sure to be a hit.

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