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Established in 2009, Craft & Commerce has been delighting Little Italy's locals with its take on American specialties served in a relaxed atmosphere. Start of with the snack selection, offering specialties like crispy chickpeas, fried dill pickles and mini corn dogs. Mains include the popular Ode To The Burger as well as familiar favorites like escarole salad, pastrami sandwich and mac & cheese. Craft cocktails are a specialty on the drinks menu that also offers beers and other spirits. An industrialized yet cheerfully decor marks the interiors of this restaurant with bright red chairs, textured wooden tables and comfy bright-green booths. There's a little outdoor section as well. Check website for more.
Below an open ceiling, Soleluna Cafe offers seating next to large bay windows and red and white walls of its corner location. They also provide seating at their coffee bar, on their patio, in lounge chairs, and at various banquettes. For those who want to sit and relax, they serve various coffees and alcoholic beverages, such as Mexican Mocha and House Chianti. They also serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. And they offer a happy hour menu and a weekend brunch. Throughout the year, Soleluna Cafe also offers various special events during the holidays. Patrons can also book their dining area for private events. - Erick Pettersen
The Melting Pot - Gaslamp is one of over 100 Melting Pot restaurants and gives you an a different modern experience to downtown San Diego's buzzing dining scene. It is a four course experience including a cheese fondue, salad, entree, and chocolate fondue. Cheese fondue offers breads, apples, and vegetables for dipping and there are a variety of cheeses such as Swiss, cheddar, and spinach artichoke are only a few of their options. They have vegetarian, gluten free, seafood, poultry, and beef entrees that come individually or in portions for two. The dessert menu includes strawberries, bananas, cheesecake, tasty marshmallows, pound cake and brownies to dip in a variety of decadent chocolate melts. The Melting Pot of San Diego has a cozy setting with a vast list of wine and cocktail bar.
If you are in the mood for exotic fare without the fat or cholesterol, you will surely love this award-winning eatery. Bandar specializes in charbroiled, fat-free dishes served with Basmati rice or saffron. An outstanding favorite entree is the juicy marinated Filet Mignon Shish Kabob. The lamb shank dishes are also popular. Vegetarian meals are available as well. Lunch specialties range between $5-10, while dinner entrees range from $9-30.