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Pizza Studio's Downtown location is like a gift from the Gods; its cheap prices and absolutely spot on pizzas are a good deal for all the pizza enthusiasts out there. Here, select from varied crusts; choose a sauce according to your palate; choose your cheese and premium toppings; and boom! There you have it, your own master pizza. Studio's create-your-own option has become popular, only offering fresh and crunchy selections of crusts and ingredients that never disappoint and only surprise. Also, traditional favorites like the pepperoni are available at Pizza Studio. The friendly service coupled with original, cooked to perfection pizzas makes patrons revisit over and over again.
Noisy, crowded and casual, this hip brewery draws young professionals to its chic space in downtown San Diego. With 10 to 12 specialty micro-brewed beers each day, you may have a hard time choosing what you'd like to drink. So, do not torture yourself. Try the sampler instead and enjoy four different beers in four-ounce glasses. Once you've found your favorite beer, pair it with a delicious meal. Entrees include pastas, burgers, salads, sandwiches and seafood.
This classic restaurant attracts the top echelons of the San Diego business and government community, providing traditional food in an inviting atmosphere. The Mussel Bisque is renowned. Dobson's Bar And Restaurant is also a popular after work and before theater venue, and it is conveniently located just a few paces away from Horton Plaza. Most of the food is continental, with many dishes exhibiting a lightly French flair. The Rack of Lamb is a toothsome delight.
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.
Located in the charming Little Italy neighborhood, Queenstown Public House is a popular restaurant serving New Zealand specialties in a beautiful setting. The facade reminds you of the old wooden houses from the bygone era and the ambiance inside is as warm as you expect it to be. The use of wooden furnishings, beautiful lighting, and a homely ambiance makes you feel quite comfortable. Their patio area is attractively laid out as well. This family-friendly place offers New Zealand classics, salads, light bites, and other mains. Loyal patrons swear by their Sweet Potato Fries, Bare Lamb, Salmon Croquettes, and Patty Melt. Their drinks menu is quite impressive as well and features tantalizing cocktails, wines, beers and other mixed drinks. What's more, Queenstown Public House is a pet-friendly establishment. So, be it a family dinner or a casual hangout with your friends, this amazing restaurant is ideal for all occasions.
On the corner of State St. and West Cedar St. behind a tree, sits a small patio of tables and chairs. A flat screen television, which displays a video that describes various points of interest throughout Italy, takes guests to a world away from the San Diego traffic. Pappalecco offers a selection of thirty-six flavors of gelato, which guests can order in cups, as well as sugar or waffle cones. Pappalecco gets a little creative with their gelato: they serve "Coppe Gelato"—cups of gelato that consist of various flavors that will give guests an unforgettable taste of Italy. For those who prefer a cup of coffee, Pappalecco offers various gourmet coffees; and of course, for those who want to splurge, Pappalecco serves a wide selection of Panini, Bruschetta, and salads. - Erick Pettersen