Since relocating from Los Angeles to San Diego, chef Steve Brown has created quite a buzz, from besting some of our best local talent at KAABOO’s ROCK’N CHEF competition to announcing a massive restaurant project in his hometown of Imperial Beach. Over the last few months, San Diego diners have gotten a taste of Brown’s cuisine via his roving pop-up, Cosecha, and now the chef has announced that Cosecha will soon be moving into a brick-and-mortar home.
Starting early next year, Cosecha will take up residence in a section of the now-shuttered Shima Steakhouse in Coronado, annexing a private dining room space that seats 40 guests and will have a secret entrance off an alley. Open Thursday through Saturday nights, the chef’s table-style restaurant will be formatted as a ticketed, prix fixe multi-course dining experience with optional beverage pairings and access to a full bar. A separate, more casual concept is being planned for the rest of the Shima space that Brown will also have a part in.