A traditional tavern, Wild Goose Tavern, is opening on Friday in Costa Mesa. Opening in the Westcliff area, the intimate bar will offer world-class cocktails, seasonal beers and elevated pub grub in a casual environment.
The tavern is a created by long-term friends Mario Marovic and Andrew Gabriel, who designed the restaurant based on their travels. The restaurant features a lot of artifacts that the two partners have collected to create a 1930’s – 1940’s hunting lodge themed bar. All the pub decor collection came from various flea markets, world travels and taxidermy hunted by Andrew’s father.
The menu will feature elevated pub food that was a collaborated effort by Marovic, Gabriel and their culinary trained chefs. The menu will feature house made sauces, gourmet pub burgers, sausages and salads. They will serve locally sourced boar, alligator and rabbit sausage perfect paired with a craft cocktail menu with the bar’s very own resident mixologist.
Wild Goose Tavern will open on Friday, November 9th. It will be located at 436 East 17th Street, Costa Mesa, Ca 92627. They will be open from 10am for lunch and dinner with cocktails flowing until 2am.