Now that we’ve convinced you to view this urban property, don’t miss Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails where executive chef Stephen Jones and master mixologist Jacques Bezuidenhout have complimented the already innovative “gastro-lounge” concept with their decadent menu items and lavish cocktail creations.
As you well know, no piece of real estate is compete without landscaping (i.e. the the hotel’s pool deck). This third floor “pool by day, lounge by night” features a 180-degree view of downtown as well as the Lustre Bar which is open daily from noon to midnight.
Another important element in real estate is neighbors. Palomar’s newest neighbor to the east is Fuego, a delicious assortment of classic dishes with a Southwest spin. Fuego offers a diverse spectrum of items on each of it’s menus (lunch, dinner and patio). Boasting late-night hours to accommodate downtown events, and a nearly-all-the-time happy hour, Fuego has added yet another dimension to downtown. Click here to save 20 percent.
Since it’s really all about location, location, location, look for Potbelly Sandwich Shop, a popular Chicago-based chain in the space next to Fuego, and men’s apparel retailer JoS. A. Bank, in the former Republic of Couture space this fall.