Mr. Moto Pizza House set to open in Ocean Beach on July 6
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The display case at Mr. Moto Pizza House highlights the various pizza slice choices available. / Photo by Dave Schwab
The display case at Mr. Moto Pizza House highlights the various pizza slice choices available. / Photo by Dave Schwab
Pizza baron Gibran Fernandez is opening the fifth installment in his Mr. Moto Pizza House chain with a celebratory grand opening Saturday, July 6, at 11 a.m. in a new building at 1929 Cable St.

“The opening of Mr. Moto Pizza House’s fifth restaurant is a milestone and a testament to our great growth trajectory,” said Fernandez, a native San Diegan who cut his teeth in the pizza trade at age 23 in 2009. “I feel lucky to have experienced this success and I don’t plan on stopping. I’m excited to work with our team to develop new ideas that reinforce growth and enhance the experience of our guests.”

Mr. Moto’s New York-style fast-casual pizza restaurant offers one of the largest “by the slice” options in San Diego. With touches of industrial, craft and classic New York style, the chain’s innovative design portrays an authentic experience, perfectly blending old world and new.

Gourmet pies and toppings at Mr. Moto’s include something really special: a vodka cream pizza with vodka sauce, raspberry chipotle sauce, bacon and sour cream or smoky greens with fresh spinach, ricotta, garlic and sweet balsamic glaze.

“We concentrate on doing what we do best — our pie,” said Fernandez. “Unlike many pizzerias, we shred our own cheese, make our own marinara, dressings and dough. We stay away from preservatives, powders or canned foods. We make the extra effort to make everything in house while using only the freshest products.”

Each month, Mr. Moto’s features a new, fun pizza style created by its team of bakers. The restaurant has a short and simple menu with several gluten-free options.


Mr. Moto Pizza House

1929 Cable St.

Hours: 11 a.m.-10 p.m., weekdays

Info: 619-981-0777

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Robert Burns
June 24, 2019
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