Ways and Means Oyster House coming to Pacific City

Ways & Means will seat about 120 to 150 diners. It joins several other restaurants previously announced for Pacific City, including Backhouse, The Bungalow (from Santa Monica), Lemonade LA, Simmzy’s, Bear Flag Fish Co., and Ola Mexican Cuisine.

The project, along Coast Highway and First Street, will also feature a food hall marketplace dubbed Lot 579. The retail and restaurant portion of the project is expected to open in late fall.

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DJM’s President, Lindsay Parton, named one of the OC’s Most Influential People by the OC Register

Parton and his team at DJM Capital Partners are responsible for bringing some of the biggest retail projects to Huntington Beach in recent years. Pacific City at Pacific Coast Highway and First Street will include a retail center, a hotel and residential units. The retail center is expected to be complete next summer.

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Pacific City Announces 4 More Restaurants Joining Its Huntington Beach Hub

Huntington Beach is still buzzing with talk of Pacific City, the restaurant, retail, and entertainment hub slowly coming to life on Pacific Coast Highway.

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Pacific City featured in Shopping Center Business

“Experience is everything right now,” notes D. John Miller, founder and CEO of San Jose, California-based DJM Capital Partners. “Heightened attempts at customer engagement remain top of mind for retailers as well as developers.”

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Pacific City’s Bungalow Featured on EaterLA

Along with the typical charm The Bungalow has been known for, expect this outlet to incorporate some of that “surf city” vibe into this new locale right at Pacific City, a new development with retail and eateries right along the beach

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DJM and Pacific City featured in Orange County Register

In Huntington Beach, DJM is constructing the retail slice of the long-delayed Pacific City, a development that will hold 191,000 square feet of shopping and dining space within eyesight of the Pacific Ocean.

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Pacific City and LOT 579 Featured in This Week’s Orange County Business Journal


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Centers Turn to Clusters of Restaurants as Drawing Cards

Developers and owners of Orange County’s retail centers are increasingly going small and thinking with their stomachs to attract customers.

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