Phil Duhon, who owns the downtown restaurant Burnt Toast with business partner Jeff Goede, has transformed the former Tejon Eatery into a new food hall and entertainment space called Avenue 19. Without changing the footprint of the building, Duhon has breathed new life into the former food hall with brick walls, street lamps, patio seating, plants and more atmospheric decor.
Within Avenue 19, guests will find several vendors, each bringing its own unique culinary flair to the table. For seafood aficionados, Go Fish serves its signature fish n’ ships alongside po’ boys and fish tacos. For those looking for some zesty Mexican fare, Taco Trouble awaits with an array of tasty tacos.
A full-service sports bar also resides on the ground floor but plans for a wine bar serving craft cocktails and charcuterie boards will come to fruition on the second level.
In addition to food, Avenue 19 will host live performances, DJs and trivia nights. Avenue 19 is open now, but stay tuned for more progress.
19 N Tejon St.
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