Kearny Mesa restaurant reopens after two years

SAN DIEGO — A popular local restaurant reopened Monday for the first time in two years after cutting service due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Studio Diner, located in the middle of the Kearny Mesa business district, is known for its classic ambience, giving guests the feeling of taking a trip to the 1940s. The restaurant’s history dates back to 2003 when it first opened.

The restaurant’s general manager, Jonathan Basinger, says he is extremely excited to be welcoming customers back and serving their restaurant classics once again.

“It’s been a long and an ongoing process,” he said. “We have been closed since COVID happened about two years ago. We just made sure we’re going to get it right, customers are safe and everyone is coming back. »

Basinger says owner Stu Segall has made it a priority to keep the restaurant operating as it did before the closure.

With the menu and everyone’s favorites remaining the same, the addition of a new dessert, which Basinger calls their “disappearing act,” is their version of apple pie made with cake.

Studio Diner is open 7 days a week from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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