San Diego Restaurants
This In-N-Out Burger is right next to the Westfield Mission Valley Shopping Center in Mission Valley, near the Hotel Circle of San Diego, just off Interstate 8. In 1948, the first In-N-Out Burger was founded by Harry and Esther Snyder in Baldwin Park, CA. Harry's idea of a drive-thru hamburger stand where customers could order through a two-way speaker box ...Popular withFoodiesBudgetFamilies
Went to Slater's 50/50 when it first opened for a "blogger night", and have been back several times since. The option to pick the way your burger is made is great, and everything else on the menu is unique and delicious!Popular withFoodiesLuxuryBackpackers
The burgers, fries, and onion rings here are all fantastic. I highly recommend this spot for lunch or dinner when spending a day at the beach or visiting OB. The wait is not long, despite the ominous looking line outside of the door, so don't let it fool you.Popular withFoodiesFamiliesLocal
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Sis and I ordered the neighborhood hamburger and some onion rings. The onion rings were a good size and they were hot and crispy :) The hamburger was a big enough to share, full of flavor and juicy! It's almost as good as Fathers Office burger! The only thing I didn't like were the potato chips. Tasted like it was ...Popular withFoodiesNightlifeTrendsters
I had to pick a location, but there are Red Robins all over the U.S. and the food is good everywhere! I'm simply addicted to RR. I first went when I was 7 or 8 and fell in love with their ranch dressing (chicken fingers, hello!). I eventually was allowed to try the "big kid" food, and tried the Teriyaki ...Popular withFamiliesStudentsFoodies
This is a really fun place for parties or get togethers. They have so many different beers to choose from and since they brew their own then the list always has at least a few changes. Also pizzookies. They are awesome!!!Popular withFamiliesLocalBudget
Whoa, somebody needs to correct the spelling of this place. It's Hodad's. We live 2 blocks from here and there is usually a line that is about a block long 80% of the time. It's amazing to think that there are that many people waiting for a seat to eat. We always order take-out and eat at home. It's a ...
My favorite burger house of all time. There's something about the 50's decor, the dripping juicy burgers, the cherry limeade, or the fact that I've been going there as a tradition since I was 7 years old that just makes it feel like home. Try the teriyaki chicken sandwich....to die for. Oh, and ranch dressing with your steak fries is ...
I have one word for you if you're in San Diego and you love a good burger: GO! I'm so glad I happened upon the restaurant listing when I was searching for spots near our hotel in DT SD. My brother wasn't too amazed by the food we had for dinner the night before, so I wanted to make sure ...Popular withLocalFoodies
I love Smashburger and have eaten at them all over, including Las Vegas and Salt Lake City. I had the unfortunate experience of eating at this location while I was in San Diego last week and it was so awful I had to share my experience. This is the worst Smashburger I've ever been to! The food was HORRIBLE and ...