The 8th Making Market Year officially opened in National City on Monday, October 18th.
For developer Joel Tubao, this project is personal. His parents owned a house just below the streets of National City. He really wanted to bring a variety of choices to the city and give the community a space to enjoy.
With a total of 11,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space, the community venue houses more than 12 food, beverage and retail brands.
Many of the dining options are the first brick and mortar locations, such as Smitty’s Taste of the Bayou. For Gujuan “Smitty” Smith, this place is a dream come true. The same is true for Pinyan owners. The owner’s Thai food has been for her for two years. The space is open early for coffee and remains open until 9 pm.
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