Pizza Port Buys Building In Point Loma

by The Editors on April 20, 2009

Getthumbnail.AspxThe owners of the Carlsbad-based restaurant chain Pizza Port have reportedly purchased a building at 1956 Bacon St. in San Diego for $1.6 million, according to a story on Costar.com.

The buyers will occupy the building, which was constructed in 1989 in the Point Loma submarket. It was vacant at the time of purchase. Pizza Port has other locations in Solana Beach, San Celemente and Carlsbad.

Looks like the world is getting another Pizza Port. There can never be too many of those.

[Link: Costar.com]

Satan's Buttplug April 20, 2009 at 4:48 pm

I’m drunk already, just thinking about this…
Vince and Gina practically print money with that place.

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