This multiple award-winning restaurant is a true San Diego treasure. Located inside of the historic US Grant Hotel, Grant Grill exudes class and elegance. From it's waffle brunch buffets to its lavish dinner presentations, diners head here when they want something extraordinary. The opulent ambiance elevates the experience, lending an added sense of luxury to the already world-class cuisine. The adjoining lounge is perfect for those who want to sip a cocktail among San Diego's elite. Attire is dressy, so don your favorite suit or dress and take in your glamorous surroundings.
This bar is housed in the oldest building in the Gaslamp Quarter. Come and mingle with beautiful people and groove to either live music or a DJ with tunes from the 1970s through the 1990s. Hardwood floors, soaring ceilings and a 40-foot long mahogany bar give a touch of elegance and class. There are three levels, all offering a large number of beers and delicious cocktails.
In Downtown San Diego, this fine dining establishment is not only well known for premium cuisine, but also for an expansive wine list. In fact, it has been praised for hosting "one of the most outstanding wine lists in the world." While many San Diego restaurants allow for casual dress, this particular establishment requests more formal attire. Men should wear long-sleeved dress shirts and all guests are asked not to wear shorts. Popular entrees include linguini with clam sauce and veal piccata. Enjoy cocktails from the outdoor patio as the sun sets and gives way to the city lights below. Whether you're dining or drinking, Bertrand at Mister A's is a magical venue for a memorable evening.
If you like to dance and party all night long, then Spin is the place for you. The club houses three levels, five rooms, four bars, pool tables and a rooftop smoking patio that overlooks downtown. One of the rooms features the latest hip-hop tunes. The club's big screen video and monitor walls and laser lighting give the effect of being at a rave. The warehouse-esque building adds to the modern atmosphere. Not suitable for quiet conversation, this club is for the lively party crowd.
This is a high-energy, gay dance club that attracts a huge crowd most nights of the week. If you are seeking an evening of quiet conversation, this is not the place for you. But, if you like to dance and you like a lively, interesting crowd, this is one of the best scenes in San Diego, comparable to New York or Los Angeles clubs. Bring your dancing shoes.
Mustangs and Burros at Estancia La Jolla is a beautiful restaurant designed in the Territorial Ranch way. The restaurant has a warm and inviting dining room with low lighting, casual seating, a large brick fireplace and a wonderful patio similar to a Spanish hacienda for a wonderful romantic night dinner with a fireplace. The menu is packed with enticing small bites infused by the Southwest and the seasons. The full bar has some amazing house crafted cocktails and creative margaritas with great happy hour offers during the weekends. All the ingredients are fresh, local and seasonal, and are used in the menu in the most creative way. If you are craving for beautiful flavors and awesome dining experience, then M & B is the place to be in.
Puesto Mexican Street Food stays true to its name, and serves up tacos, salads, tostadas and the like, with a twist. A combination of fast food and casual dining is what you can expect when you dine in at Puesto. Customers can choose three different gourmet tacos for USD13, selecting from options like the Tamarindo Shrimp, Octopus, Baja Fish, Filet Mignon and Lobster Tacos among others. Patrons can also enjoy a drink from the full service bar, with cold beers, select wines, specialty cocktails and traditional tequila and mezcal available.
Named after an ancient port city on Sicily’s east coast, Catania offers an assortment of coastal Italian delicacies that are sure to delight your palate. Menu offerings include contemporary Italian dishes like Braised Beef Tongue, Crispy Octopus and Wild Boar Pasta. Complement the meals with draft and bottled brews, wines or Italian sodas. Situated atop La Plaza Center, the restaurant also allows you to enjoy sweeping views over La Jolla Cove while you enjoy the creative delicacies and delectable drinks. If you are craving for inventive Italian food, on a clear evening in the middle of summer, it’s hard to think of a better place to be.
The first outlet of the incredibly popular chain of restaurants, Burger Lounge La Jolla serves burgers from grass-fed meats and organic ingredients resulting in scrumptious delicacies. Once you are here, definitely call for their signature specialty The Lounge Burger. It is prepared with lounge bun, organic cheese – white cheddar or American, fresh or grilled onions, crisp lettuce, and fresh tomatoes. You can also order for fries and salads to go with the burger. Complement the delectable meals with creative drinks like the Lavender Mint Lemonade or a classic Pellegrino. If you want to enjoy a hearty American meal, head to Burger Lounge La Jolla to please your taste buds.
The Promiscuous Fork is San Diego’s American restaurant serving unique items inspired from Hawaii, Mexico, smokehouse BBQ and spicy southwest. It is a local restaurant with a casual ambience serving crisp sandwiches, juicy burgers and special appetizers along with a selection of wines and craft beers. They cater to various events with new exciting dishes that are not always prepared at the restaurant.
Located in the heart of La Jolla Village, Wheat & Water is an ideal place for all occasions, be it a perfect lunch, a happy hour, an intimate dinner, a weekend brunch or a late night drink in the company of friends. Prepared from locally sourced ingredients, their menu changes seasonally and they specialize in wood-fired pizzas, salads, shared plates and charcuterie. The drinks menu has a rotating selection of beer, wines and classic cocktails. Weekend brunch is served between 9p to 12p.
Patrons of Fig Tree Café have the hard work of its owner to commend for being able to dine on some of the best foods in San Diego. Opened in 2008, it features an open kitchen that allow diners to observe culinary preparations. Healthy California-Mediterranean cuisine made from local organic produce coupled with an inviting atmosphere in their outdoor and indoor seating has provided residents a perfect place to dine i. Whether it is the french toast stuffed with marscarpone cheese or shrimp frittata (egg based dish), all their plates reflect their seriousness about gluten-free, fresh and organic ingredients. Fig Tree's culinary preparations are sure to provide a memorable experience to daytime diners.