Tustin Grille Opens In Quinn's Old Town Grill Space
The Irish pub and restaurant Quinn's Old Town Grill closed earlier this year in Old Town Tustin. Now a new place called Tustin Grille has replaced it. Tustin Grille's menu includes such entrees as the scallop you see on the Instagram post above, along with a French Dip, burgers, a French onion soup, and a two-course lunch with soup or house salad and either a steak or fish taco for $11.50, sliders for $12.90, or grilled salmon for $14.50.
Most of all, it seems that Tustin Grille wants to be a steakhouse. The selection range from a 8 -ounce hanger steak with a carbernet reduction for $24.90 to a 20-ounch bone-in ribeye for $48.90.
Tustin Grille's chef is Dudley McMahon, who's a Culinary Institute of America graduate and last cooked for Elephant Bar. Tustin Grille's website also cites that McMahon was a Gold Medal winner as a member of the U.S. Culinary Olympics Team. He was also featured on The Food Network's Unwrapped.
405 El Camino Real, Tustin, CA 92780, (714)824-6800; http://tustingrille.com
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