The future of Bombay Bazaar's old stomping grounds on Valencia St. is still uncertain. Remember how it was maybe going to be a Southwestern restaurants called Mohave from the McNiven brothers who own Woodhouse Fish Co.? Since that was proposed, the owner of Puerto Alegre next door said the style of food was too close to hers, and the McNivens also did some more research of their own. They realized the neighborhood could really use something more casual than what they were planning. Enter West of Pecos, their new idea for a "rustic American-themed joint with comfort food" and "an Old West theme." It'll still be a full-service restaurant with a liquor license, but the price point will be lower now—that is if the Planning Commission approves it. Check back for updates. The hearing is today.
· Southwestern Restaurant Mohave Becomes West of Pecos [Mission Loc@l]
[Photo: Mission Loc@l]
· All Mohave Coverage [~ ESF ~]