Nobu Restaurant Slated to Open at Hotel del Coronado
The Hotel del Coronado announced plans to open Nobu at Hotel del Coronado, marking the continued expansion of The Del’s culinary experiences and the newest addition to the Japanese restaurant empire founded by Nobu Matsuhisa and Robert De Niro. The opening of Nobu at Hotel del Coronado is part of the last phase of Blackstone’s more than $550-million restoration and revitalization of the historic hospitality property.
Nobu at Hotel del Coronado will offer more than 3,700 square feet of indoor and al fresco oceanfront dining space, including outdoor covered patio dining with a pagoda bar and dedicated sushi bar. It will be located at 1500 Orange Ave. in Coronado and is slated to open in early 2025.
Brian Kaufman, managing director at Blackstone, said, “The opening of Nobu at Hotel del Coronado will mark another milestone in our $550-million investment plan to restore and revitalize this iconic property. From day one, it has been our goal to ensure The Del is able to provide guests and community members a one-of-a-kind experience, and we are thrilled to add a world-class dining partner like Nobu.”
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