San Diego – Staring this past week, 72 Fifty, the Mesa College on-campus restaurant, began offering their specialty Fall Dinners.
This week featured classic French cuisine, including Vichyssoise, crème fraiche,
Beef Wellington, and Duck Confit. As one of only a few culinary programs in the nation
that operates a classroom-driven restaurant that's open to the public, the Fall Dinners
allow Mesa students to gain first-hand experience modeling food preparation techniques,
food safety, sanitation, and menu planning while working with modern equipment in
newly renovated facilities.
Next week is the Gastronomy menu; each item will have a fun and delicious element
of molecular gastronomy. Mesa College culinary students will be serving up different
menus and delicacies each Wednesday and Thursday evening from 4:15pm-6:45pm (last seating is at 6:30pm) through October 2023.
Fall dinners are open to the public; groups and families are welcome. Reservations
are not required, but recommended for groups and during several specialty menus evenings,
as some evenings do sell out. Dinners are available for dine-in or take-out.
Days/Times: Wednesday and Thursday
4:15pm-6:45pm (last seating is at 6:30pm).
Location: San Diego Mesa College
72 Fifty Restaurant ( Mesa Commons MC209)
7250 Mesa College Dr., San Diego, CA 92111
Please see the Mesa College Campus Map
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About Mesa College Culinary Arts
San Diego Mesa College offers the courses students need to feed their culinary passions
and earn a Culinary Arts Degree or Certification. As one of only a few culinary programs in the nation that operates a classroom-driven
restaurant that's open to the public, students will gain first-hand experience modeling
food preparation techniques, food safety, sanitation, and menu planning while working
with modern equipment in newly renovated facilities. Coupling professional development and
technical adeptness with a foundation in business practice, students will gain the
culinary management skills needed to provide seamless service and run a lucrative
business. Guided every step of the way by attentive program faculty, Mesa College’s
Culinary Arts/Culinary Management program will help students cultivate an appreciation
for food that spans far beyond its physical construction to connect them to long-held
traditions, cultures, and people from across the globe. Students will discover their
unique talents within the fields of the culinary arts and hospitality and bring continued
vitality to the culinary industry as students begin a career and/or continue their
education at another culinary arts college.
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