An application for what is being described as the first upscale, late-night food delivery service will be the subject of a public hearing at Thursday's Newport Beach Planning Commission meeting.
Jeff Reuter, owner of 3-Thirty-3 Waterfront restaurant in Newport Beach, intends to fill the food nighttime niche with Dry Dock, which would deliver "fall-off-the-bone" barbecue throughout Newport and also serve dine-in customers along Mariner's Mile.
"There are a lot of people doing dinner later these days than ever before," Reuter said Tuesday. "People go out to a movie, come back from a wedding or whatever it is, and they want to grab a bite after 9 o'clock. Our restaurant, 3-Thirty-3, proves that. We are very busy from 9 to until the kitchen closes, serving full meals."