San Diego Restaurants
- 116 reviews
Fantastic venue with gorgeous decor, full bar, plenty of plush seating and very helpful staff. This is a great space for events and happy hour, conveniently located on the corner of F & 6th. The bellini's are fantastic and come in a number of fresh flavors. I highly recommend visiting for happy hour, the cheese boards and appetizers were delicious ...Popular withFoodiesNightlifeLuxury
I love me some good ol' 50's diner grub, with creamy milkshakes and juicy burgers, servers dressed in pinstripes and white tennies, and red vinyl seats. I like it even better when it's housed inside a diner perched at the end of a pier jutting out into the Pacific Ocean. You can suffer through the stench of fish in order ...Popular withFamiliesFoodiesLocal
This place has always been a favorite restaurant of mine. Conveniently located in Fashion Valley mall, I always try to convince my friends to come here to dine. The trouble is waiting is sometime 1.5 - 2 hours on a busy evening and they don't take reservations. Try their avocado eggrolls and firecracker salmon as a start. All of their ...Popular withFoodiesVegetarian
An amazing fine dining experience - every meal is under 475 calories and they are delectable. The mini dessert shots are a great touch, and the wine list is extensive. Great ambience with live classic music and soft candlelight too.Popular withFoodiesVegetarianLuxury
You first notice the 'thatched' roof above this rustic public house with the windows adorned with Guinness signs. The oversized front door welcomes you like a big warm Irish hug. Upon entering, you're greeted by a fireplace - one of two - that warm your bones throughout the whole year. Once inside and your eyes adjust to the lighting, you ...Popular withLocalFamiliesNightlife
I’ve heard a lot of great things about Le Papagayo in Leucadia. The talk of the town has been that they make the best Sangria and they did not disappoint. I was not one that ordered it, but most of the group did and they all LOVED it. I went for the Le Papagayo Mojito and that drink was more ...Popular withFoodiesTrendstersBusiness
I went by Croce's in SD last night, and I loved the music. I couldn't stay or even buy a drink there b/c the place was rented out for a private party. So next trip to SD, I'll go there again. The guy at the door raved about their seafood and their steaks. He said it's very rare that they ...
I was desperately craving steak one night during my Christmas trip to San Diego. If I were to die tomorrow, my very last meal on earth would probably be either sushi or steak. Which I still couldn't quite decide. If my meal at Azul was really my last meal on earth, I probably won't be completely satisfied. However, it was ...Popular withFoodiesLuxuryBusiness
Cafe 222 is a good breakfast joint downtown. I've had business breakfasts here and met up with friends to chat over delicious food. They're known for their waffles and pancakes, but I've managed to stay away from those temptations thus far. The egg dishes are delicious, and the coffee is hot and frequently topped off.Popular withFoodies
This restaurant has a pleasant venue in Seaport Village along the waterfront next to the San Diego Convention Center, near the Manchester Hyatt and the San Diego Marriott. For you locals, shame on you for the poor reviews! You should know better than to come here! Take this for what it is, a tourist spot for conventioneers with expense accounts ...