Handcrafted Sushi + Drinks In Downtown San DiegoOur name means "handmade", and we are San Diego's newest place for handcrafted sushi and
Posted by: Ogawashi
BBQ, Smoked Baby Backs, Pulled Pork, Tri-tip, BrisketOur meats are smoked over oak wood, low and slow. We have 7 types of our own BBQ sauces a
Posted by: Jimmy's Brick Pit BBQ
American Cusine Ocean And Beachfront Dining In Del Mar, CAPoseidon has become a Coastal Culinary Landmark known for serving fantastic food made wit
Posted by: Poseidon Restaurant on the Beach
Restaurants may post descriptions here without charge.
We welcome readers to share opinions.
(Try keyword "Dinner reservations" or a ZIP code)
Welcome to MetroGuide.Network's San Diego DiningGuide, a directory of restaurants and related restaurant information for Metropolitan San Diego, California. Use MetroGuide's DiningGuide service to find San Diego restaurants by location or cuisine.
As a resort booming with renewed vigor, San Diego has shucked a reputation for culinary mediocrity to become a magnet for restaurateurs and chefs from just about everywhere. Part of the allure is seasonal bounty from San Diego County agriculture, and appreciative patrons revel in chef-prepared flavors at their peak. Downtown's Gaslamp Quarter brims with dozens of restaurants, from chic to funky holdovers from pre-restoration days. Fifth Avenue's restaurant row showcases Italian and French favorites along with hotspots for tapas, steaks and other American staples. Ethnic cuisines including Afghan, Cambodian, Ethiopian, and Laotian have joined the Chinese, Italian, and Mexican line-up. In fact, San Diego is packed with highly Americanized Mexican places cranking out satisfying combo plates heaped with melted cheddar cheese. Yet it also has gems like El Agave and Escondido's Hacienda de Vega, serving true south-of-the-border cuisine. The humble fish taco is perhaps the oceanside area's favorite fast food. Many of Greater San Diego's priciest eateries are in La Jolla, offering some of the city's most exquisite dining. Excellent fare also is served in nearby Chula Vista and in Coronado -- the peninsula city across San Diego Bay -- where casual outposts are interspersed with grand restaurants overlooking the water. Suburbs of Del Mar, Solana Beach, and Rancho Santa Fe also are known for diverse cuisine. Restaurants reeling in accolades include George's at the Cove in La Jolla, Parallel 33 in Mission Hills, Hillcrest's Region, and downtown's Café Cerise, the latter with a retro-inspired décor complimenting a menu of re-imagined classics. In La Jolla, the Marine Room and the Fresh Seafood Restaurant & Bar are hot. At the San Diego Marriott Gaslamp Quarter, Soleil @ K generates downtown dining scene buzz with low-key sophistication capitalizing on proximity to PETCO Park, San Diego's new baseball stadium. Given the region's overall informality, attire at most restaurants is casual, but reservations are advised, particularly on weekends.
To perform a quick search for restaurants in the Metropolitan San Diego area, please select one of the locations below (restaurant listings will be grouped by cuisine / category):
·Downtown San Diego
Dining options in the downtown, Old Town and near Lindberg Field San Diego International Airport (SAN)
·La Jolla - Del Mar
Sometimes called "The Village", La Jolla is an upscale community located to the north of the Mission Bay area
Located across the bay, Coronado is connected via the blue Coronado bridge and is home to the North Island Naval Air Station
The cities of Carlsbad, Encinitas, Escondido, Rancho Bernardo and others are located in the beauty of the North County
Restaurants in the areas to the east of the city center, including Santee, La Mesa, El Cajon and others
Dining options in surrounding areas such as Imperial Beach, Pine Valley and more
Located northwest of the city center, this area is home to the University of San Diego, the Hotel Circle and Sea World
South of San Diego Bay, on the way to the Mexican border city of Tijuana, are the towns of Imperial Beach, Chula Vista and San Ysidro
Or, select a cuisine / category from the list presented below (restaurant listings will be grouped by location).
|AmericanAmerican - CasualBarbequeCafeChineseCoffeeContinentalDelicatessenFast FoodFine Dining||FrenchFusionGermanGreekHealthy - NaturalIce Cream - YogurtIndianInternationalItalianJapanese||MediterraneanMexicanPizzeriaSeafoodSouthwesternSpanishSteakThai|
To return to the DiningGuide San Diego home page during your search, follow the navigation links provided at the top of the pages.
|Cafe Date Nite A fundraiser for The Angel's Depot. Ticket includes appetizer buffet, beer/wine ticket, soft drink Community - Fundraiser / Benefit The Broken Yoke - La Costa 760-599-7093||2nd Fri |
|House of Blues Happy Hour Happy Hour Daily 4-7pm and 10pm to closing Show Nights ONLY with $2 Drafts, $3 House Wines & Cocktai Nightlife - Happy Hours House of Blues||Daily|
|ESL Global Party These affordable parties has the goal of bringing together Americans and other foreign residents for Community Wings, Pizza, N Things 619-288-8177||Every Tue|
|Adjacent Links:||DiningGuide AnaheimDiningGuide Inland EmpireDiningGuide Los Angeles||DiningGuide Orange CountyDiningGuide Palm Springs|
|Related Links:||DiningGuide BakersfieldDiningGuide FresnoDiningGuide MontereyDiningGuide Napa ValleyDiningGuide OaklandDiningGuide Sacramento||DiningGuide Sacramento ValleyDiningGuide San FranciscoDiningGuide Santa BarbaraDiningGuide Silicon ValleyDiningGuide Tucson|
|Other Links:||DiningGuide HonoluluDiningGuide HawaiiDiningGuide KauaiDiningGuide Las Vegas||DiningGuide MauiDiningGuide PhoenixDiningGuide Tucson|