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October 25, 2021

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Kettner Exchange Bringing All-Day Restaurant and Bar to North County

<img alt="" src="https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/thumbor/L1FcYRlPg_dOusNeNlQDFOD3omU=/57x0:968x683/1310x983/cdn.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_image/image/65194146/Camera_1.0.jpg"> <small>Courtesy rendering</small> </p> Waverly will bring a multi-purpose dining option to the neighborhood, offering breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Planning to open daily at 9 a.m., it will close at midnight Sunday through Wednesday and at 1 a.m. Thursday through Saturday. The menu, created by SDCM corporate executive chef Brian Redzikowski, will include soft poached eggs with spinach, heirloom tomato, serrano chile, and ancient grains, a wild king salmon summer bowl with asparagus, squash, chanterelles and Carolina Gold rice, and Maine lobster ceviche with shrimp chips and cilantro. Welcome Waverly Restaurant & Lounge to Cardiff Local hospitality group <a href="https://www.sdcm.com/">SDCM</a>, which runs Kettner Exchange, The Grass Skirt, Devil’s Dozen Donuts, and Firehouse, will make its first venture into North County with <strong>Waverly Restaurant & Lounge</strong>, an all-day eatery and bar in the works for the community of Cardiff-by-the-Sea. Currently scheduled to open in early 2020, it takes the place of Rimel’s Rotisserie, which shuttered last month after 10 years. A North County firm has been tapped to transform the approximately 3,000-square-foot space. Leucadia-based <a href="https://www.design4corners.com/">Design 4 Corners</a>, whose past projects include Van de Vort at One Paseo and Kaito Sushi in Encinitas, will be conceiving the “coastal chic” open-concept dining room and lounge-like surroundings. A North County firm has been tapped to transform the approximately 3,000-square-foot space. Leucadia-based <a href="https://www.design4corners.com/">Design 4 Corners</a>, whose past projects include Van de Vort at One Paseo and Kaito Sushi in Encinitas, will be conceiving the “coastal chic” open-concept dining room and lounge-like surroundings. <p></p>

Courtesy rendering A North County firm has been tapped to transform the approximately 3,000-square-foot space. Leucadia-based Design 4 Corners, whose past projects include Van de Vort at One Paseo and Kaito Sushi in Encinitas, will be conceiving the “coastal chic” open-concept dining room and lounge-like surroundings. Waverly will bring a multi-purpose dining option to the neighborhood, offering breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Planning to open daily at 9 a.m., it will close at midnight Sunday through Wednesday and at 1 a.m. Thursday through Saturday. The menu, created by SDCM corporate executive chef Brian Redzikowski, will include soft poached eggs with spinach, heirloom tomato, serrano chile, and ancient grains, a wild king salmon summer bowl with asparagus, squash, chanterelles and Carolina Gold rice, and Maine lobster ceviche with shrimp chips and cilantro.
Welcome Waverly Restaurant & Lounge to Cardiff

Local hospitality group SDCM, which runs Kettner Exchange, The Grass Skirt, Devil’s Dozen Donuts, and Firehouse, will make its first venture into North County with Waverly Restaurant & Lounge, an all-day eatery and bar in the works for the community of Cardiff-by-the-Sea. Currently scheduled to open in early 2020, it takes the place of Rimel’s Rotisserie, which shuttered last month after 10 years.
Local hospitality group SDCM, which runs Kettner Exchange, The Grass Skirt, Devil’s Dozen Donuts, and Firehouse, will make its first venture into North County with Waverly Restaurant & Lounge, an all-day eatery and bar in the works for the community of Cardiff-by-the-Sea. Currently scheduled to open in early 2020, it takes the place of Rimel’s Rotisserie, which shuttered last month after 10 years.