Point Loma’s Liberty Public Market has opened the newest addition to its growing collection of dining destinations, The Sushi Stand. The Sushi Stand is an elevated, fast-casual concept with affordable grab-and-go bites for lunch and dinner.
From the owners of the award-winning French bakery, Le Parfait Paris, Guillaume and Ludivine Ryon, The Sushi Stand is the newest concept to open at Liberty Public Market in San Diego. Liberty Public Market is also home to Le Parfait Paris and various other vibrant destinations, including bars, eateries and artisanal shops.
Inspired by California sushi, The Sushi Stand was designed with guests’ needs in mind, offering a place to stop in quickly and grab a high-quality, readily-made meal at an affordable price point. Each bite, from Executive Chef Jerald Tolentino, is freshly made daily, and there are a variety of options for both lunch and dinner.
Each dish at the grab-and-go-style site is crafted using the most high-quality, fresh ingredients found in the area. Chef Tolentino uses a unique technique to create each sushi roll, ensuring fresh quality and enjoyment for each guest.
Guests can expect to devour sushi rolls like the Heat Waves, made with kanikama, cucumber, avocado, seared togarashi, tuna, ponzu, green onion and sesame seeds; the Fresh Prince, made with spicy tuna, cucumber, avocado, salmon, lemon slices, ponzu, micro cilantro and sesame seeds; and the Orange Crush made with spicy kanikama, tempura asparagus, avocado, salmon, orange-miso sauce, micro cilantro and sesame seeds. Each delicious item comes artfully plated in a box made from recycled and compostable ivory paper to counter the negative impact on the oceanic ecosystem.
The Sushi Stand at Liberty Public Market is open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sunday through Thursday, and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday.
For more information, visit thesushistand.com.