Panoramic Rooftop Bar Brings
Breezy Drinks and Bites to Downtown Oceanside
On the heels of launching Coco Maya, a tropical rooftop oasis in Little Italy, local group Grind & Prosper Hospitality is set to unveil CocoCabana atop the Brick Hotel, a newly-restored historic building turned boutique property in North County. Scheduled to officially debut on Wednesday, July 27, the open-air 2,100-square-foot cocktail bar boasts expansive views of the Pacific and downtown Oceanside from its fourth floor perch.
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Additional options for food and beverages are expected to open soon, including executive chef Quinnton Austin’s namesake Q&A Restaurant & Oyster Bar, serving chargrilled oysters and other NOLA-inspired eats (and eventually, a separate menu of food offerings to both Frankies and Stone Tap Room), Cococabana Rooftop Bar, and the return of the Succulent Cafe, a beloved coffee shop that’s lush with the current darling of the plant world.
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Grind & Prosper Hospitality (Louisiana Purchase, Miss B’s Coconut Club) is prepping three major openings just this season. Landing in early May in Oceanside on the roof of the Brick Hotel is Caribbean-style cocktail bar Cococabana while the ground floor will be anchored by Q&A Restaurant & Oyster Bar, named for executive chef Quinnton Austin who will be cooking up New Orleans cuisine.
Cococabana Rooftop Bar
Housed in a historical building from 1888, the new Brick Hotel features 10 guest rooms and two eating-drinking establishments. The ground-floor restaurant, Q&A Restaurant & Oyster Bar, is helmed by executive chef Quinnton Austin, and the Cococabana Bar occupies the Brick’s 2,100-square-foot rooftop.