A landmark waterfront restaurant since 1989, the newly remodeled Top of The Market is still recognized as the premier destination for fresh seafood, with San Diego bay views from Point Loma to the Coronado Bridge. “Everyone from the design team, including the kitchen equipment and woodworking crews did an amazing job,” says Executive Chef Stafford

One possible definition of confidence could be installing fire pits at a restaurant that spent seven months rebuilding after major fire and water damage. This would be the downtown waterfront’s Top of the Market, the deluxe seafood room above the always-buzzing The Fish Market. The outdoor fire pit area is comfy and cozy, but the real

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The Fish Market Restaurant on Harbor Drive reopened for business Monday after a fire forced it to close for repairs for two months. A kitchen fire broke out in the bayside restaurant during the dinner rush on May 27. The fire caused $1 million in damage and no one was injured. Dwight Colton, vice president