Lovely, relaxing lake downtown across from del monte beach close to the fisherman's wharf, with paddle boat rental, children's play ground, skateboard park, dog park, exercise sets around the lake!
Restaurants near El Estero Park
- 10.12 mi
- 20.58 mi0.58 mi from El Estero Park
I am sure they have other food that could equally kill you but the clam chowder is worth dying for. Oh, what I would go through to get this clam chowder...through the cold, the rain, what ever the poor Monterey weather can bring upon my head. I will walk the distance to get a pint of this heavenly artery clogger. ...Popular withFoodiesLuxuryLocal
- 30.44 mi
- 40.5 mi0.5 mi from El Estero Park
Cute little cafe with a tasty selection of soups, salads, sandwiches and breakfast items. The seating here is limited, but it's well worth the wait if there is one. The quality of the food is amazing especially because it's not complicated or overdone, and the ingredients are fresh and mostly organic. Great place for Breakfast/Lunch!Popular withLocalFoodiesWellness
- 50.37 mi
- 60.56 mi0.56 mi from El Estero Park5 reviews
The crepes here are soooo delicious. I had the ham with spinach, tomatoes, and caramelized onions and it was fresh and perfectly cooked. The crepe chef is super-nice as well--I went on a Monday when there were no crowds, and he took the time to chat. Then he made us a complimentary caramel crepe! Don't miss this place when you're ...Popular withFamiliesLuxuryOutdoor
- 70.64 mi0.64 mi from El Estero Park5 reviews
Although I only had the opportunity to stop in for drinks, 1833 is officially my new favorite restaurant in Monterey. Opened during the summer of 2011 with a team of world class chefs, designers and big city restaurant investors, the place was meant to merge the edge of a New York City lounge within a stately historic home in the ...
- 80.54 mi0.54 mi from El Estero Park
A teller at the nearby Wells Fargo branch told us to stop by this spot. Crown & Anchor did a great job of getting us over served, and on the cheap. Tried their Curry Fries and they were pretty darn good. The patio looks inviting, the service was great and there were few tourists in sight.Popular withBusiness
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- 120.36 mi0.36 mi from El Estero Park4 reviews
Out on the commercial wharf in Monterey is a small yellowish shack where you can snatch up some fairly fresh and tasty "comfort" seafood. The decor is cozy diner Americana, with a few tables crammed together on the inside, and a couple of patio tables right out front. The menu is simple, with a lot of items billed as specials ...
- 130.57 mi0.57 mi from El Estero Park
Very nice artsy vibe that is unusual for this part of Monterey, and it actually works! The funky unexpected decor, and great happy hour offerings only add to its appeal. Hours are restricted to dinner with the doors opening at 5pm daily. Montrio is definitely a nice change from the typical seafood joints you find all over town.
- 140.44 mi0.44 mi from El Estero Park
My favorite pit stop for caffeine in downtown Monterey. Free Wi-Fi, live events at night, comfily bedraggled chairs for lounging around in during the day, and strong espresso drinks all make it a winner. The pastry case is also mighty tempting, although a bakery just a block away makes croissants I'd rather spring for.Popular withBudgetLocalFoodies
- 150.53 mi
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- 170.59 mi0.59 mi from El Estero Park2 reviews
Two things I know for a fact are great... simply because everything else got eaten before I was able to raid the bag. Almond croissant Pistachio cream tart thingy About that last one, thats not what it's called but there was definitely pistachio cream. Yes, sit down, I said pistachio cream? Who has ever heard of pistachio cream? Right? Right! ...Popular withLocalFoodiesVegetarian
- 180.97 mi
- 190.62 mi0.62 mi from El Estero Park
I liked it... But if you've been one, you've been to them all. I suppose for a chain of restaurants that's a good thing. So in that regard they did well. Was there anything here that would separate this place from other locations.. erm, it's right by the wharf? Otherwise I always enjoy the onion volcano! If you dont know ...
- 200.54 mi0.54 mi from El Estero Park
The thing I like most about Kocomo's is that it is different from everything else on the Wharf. I've long thought that Monterey's Old Fisherman's Wharf is missing the boat by having a dozen variations of the same restaurant. If it just had a good British pub or sports bar, I'd be out there all the time as a local. ...