Slater's 50/50 Planned for San Diego

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Since its second store in Huntington Beach can now be safely called a bona fide success, Slater's 50/50 is moving onward and southward. The burger joint has announced it will be opening its third outlet in San Diego.

The Slater's 50/50 at Liberty Station (which our Dave Lieberman says is the old San Diego Naval Station between San Diego International Airport and Point Loma, about half a mile's walk from Old Town) is going to be unique. The plans include a 112-tap bar, which is, um, a lot. According to the company's Facebook page, the new eatery will open in November.

We're happy that, like Wahoo's and Yogurtland before it, another OC born-and-bred restaurant is expanding beyond our borders. Let this be a lesson to those who want to succeed in this business: It doesn't hurt to have a gimmick, especially if it involves bacon. People love bacon.

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Guest

And it is not the old San Diego Naval Station.  It is the former Naval Training Center San Diego and Recruit Training Center San Diego.  Geez.  What a crappy reporter to rely on unverified "facts" from their "own" "expert?".  Get your facts straight before you publish an article.  Idiots.

gustavoarellano
gustavoarellano

Edwin has more class and talent in his nail clippings than your blood line will err hope to have over five generations...

Katie
Katie

Liberty station is definitely not a half mile walk from old town. It's a few miles

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