A water front location, fresh local seafood brought in daily, three different dining environments to choose from equal up to The Fish Market. Located on the San Diego Bayfront and in Del Mar.
San Diego's most well known restaurant for more than 30 years, Old Town Mexican Cafe is the fiesta headquarters of Old Town and the rest of San Diego. Enjoy a daily happy hour and the best tasting homemade flour tortillas in San Diego made right on the spot.
Anthony's Fish Grotto is best known for their fresh seafood and excellent service.
Cafe Coyote Old Town, located at the doorway of San Diego's Old Town, the birthplace of California serves authentic Mexican food in a fun and festive environment.
Located on San Diego Ave. in the heart of Old Town San Diego, the best party every night is Fred's Mexican Cafe.
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Bandar Persian Prime Restaurant is the proud recipient of many awards since 1996. Rated excellent by Zagat Survey, Best Service Award Winner, Best Fine Dining Winner and voted as the Best Persian, Mediterranean, Ethnic, and International Restaurant. Our Executive Iranian Chef’s, celebrate the traditions of Persian cuisine with fresh Prime Steaks, World Famous Chicken, Lamb, Seafood, Vegetarian and Classic Persian Specialties.
Cowboy Star Restaurant and Butcher Shop is the first restaurant in San Diego’s East Village to serve up a unique Neighborhood Fine Dining experience by combining contemporary American cuisine with a western flare. Cowboy Star Restaurant and Butcher Shop is dedicated to providing an attention to detail and an unmatched level of service. Here, you are the number one priority because guest satisfaction is the foundation that our entire concept is built upon.
Discover the landmark BBQ restaurant in San Diego that has been voted Best BBQ in the city for over 10 years strong
Looking for a popular, fun and exciting spot in Downtown San Diego's East Village? Look no further than Bootlegger located in the heart of East Village, steps from Petco Park and the Gaslamp Quarter. Bootlegger offers an airy hangout with speakeasy touches offers craft cocktails, creative comfort grub, DJs & sports TV.
Upscale pub food & craft cocktails are served in a trendy setting with rabbit art & exposed beams. Looking for comfort food, great cocktails, sports on TV and live music. Journey to the Rabbit Hole in Normal Heights.
Laid-back place for creative American bites with beer & wine in a mod space steps from the beach. Indoor and Outdoor dining is available. This great venues serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily in the heart of Ocean Beach.
Fine seafood dining that sports a 180 degree view of San Diego Bay with Coronado Island and the USS Midway in the background. Top of The Market is consistently awarded the best seafood dining award in San Diego year after year.
Restaurants in San Diego California
Most of the restaurants listed in this section are award winning CRA establishments that specialize in Micro Brewed craft beer, Mexican food, Italian, Seafood, Steak and Sushi. Old Town San Diego is famous for its Mexican restaurants listed here with Cafe Coyote, Old Town Mexican Cafe and Fred's Mexican Cafe. All restaurants are popular so arrive early. Reservations are not accepted at these restaurants. The Fish Market located on San Diego bay offers great seafood and breathtaking views of the bay. Anthony's Fish Grotto in La Mesa is a long time established restaurant for more than 33 years. The Field Irish Pub and De Medici Italian restaurant are staples of the Historic Gaslamp Quarter.
San Diego is home to Sea World, The World Famous San Diego Zoo, Legoland, The USS Midway Carrier Museum, Balboa Park, San Diego Air and Space Museum, The San Diego Automotive Museum, Qualcomm Stadium, Fishermans Landing, SeaForth Sport Fishing, San Diego International Airport, Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego Bay, Maritime Museum, La Jolla Kayak, Hike Bike Kayak, Pacific Beach, Mission Beach and Old Town. The Western Inn in Old Town San Diego offers great discount hotel rates and is central to anywhere in San Diego. Mission Valley and Hotel Circle are located off the 8 freeway which leads to Barona Casino, Viejas Casino and Sycuan Casino. Gaslamp Quarter in the summer is home to the San Diego Padres. Downtown is also home to the San Diego Convention Center which hosts the popular Comic Con annual in July.
Things to do in San Diego. The top beaches are located in San Diego. Staring in north county, Oceanside, Carlsbad, Del Mar and La Jolla are well known for great surfing. These beaches also feature large sand areas ideal for families and groups. Kayaking tours operate out of La Jolla and tour the La Jolla Caves and leopard sharks in the ocean surrounding the beach. In San Diego Pacific Beach, Mission Beach, Sunset Cliffs and Ocean Beach are well known for surfing and are large college gathering areas. Pacific Beach and Mission Beach offer great breweries and American cuisine.Moving down through San Diego to the Tijuana Border Coronado and Imperial Beach are surfing destinations. Coronado is a landmark beach with white sand that fronts the famous Hotel Del Coronado. The Hotel Del Coronado is long suspected to be a haunted hotel with the ghost of Kat Morgan.
Traffic in San Diego is heaviest in the morning hours along the 5 freeway and in the afternoon between 4pm and 6pm. Traffic at the Chula Vista and San Ysidro borders are usually heavy throughout the day. Restaurants in La Jolla, Downtown, Gaslamp Quarter and Old Town typically have long waits for dinner. The Whaley House in Old Town is a nationally declared haunted location.
Other fun spots to visit include the Stein Family Farm, a two-acre living history farm museum in National City. The space has a Victorian farmhouse with original furnishings, a century-old barn, an organic garden of heirloom vegetables, and farm animals including emus, sheep, pigs, and a dwarf dairy goat. The city-owned property is considered the last original farmstead in National City. The secret past of Pioneer Park will send chills down your spine. The grassy Mission Hills gathering place was formerly a 19th-century Catholic burial ground called the Calvary Cemetery. The city removed the gravestones in the 1960s to build the park, but 4,000 bodies still remain underground.Step back in time for a tour of a historic Julian gold mine from the 1870s. Eagle Mining Co. guides visitors through 1,000 feet of hard rock tunnels, complete with a look at historic milling and extraction techniques.