Brigantine Inc.’s plan for the waterfront site includes a new Brigantine Seafood & Oyster Bar, adjacent to other eateries such as Miguel’s Cocina and Ketch Grill & Taps, in what would be called Portside Pier.

Brigantine Inc.’s plan for the waterfront site includes a new Brigantine Seafood & Oyster Bar, adjacent to other eateries such as Miguel’s Cocina and Ketch Grill & Taps, in what would be called Portside Pier. Photo by Port of San Diego

For now at least, intense community loyalty has saved Anthony’s Fish Grotto, a family-run downtown San Diego mainstay since 1946, from what appeared to be its pending ouster from the North Harbor Drive site that it’s occupied for 50 years...

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