Since Al’s opened in 1991, it has been a local favorite. And yes Al, who spent many years in Hawaii, adds a touch of Hawaii to each meal and will likely be on hand to greet you! If it’s breakfast you want, he’ll probably recommend one of 10 types of eggs Benedict or their famous… (read more)
Serving home-style food since 1979, the Broken Yolk Café is a favorite among local San Diegans and hungry visitors alike. With a strong dedication to good food and equally good service, the Broken Yolk has built a reputation for its large menu, ample portions and freshly-made flavor. Real shredded hash browns – not dehydrated potatoes.… (read more)
This is not just another Italian restaurant. It’s a dining destination! You can even get a table in the kitchen with early reservations. Or if you are coming with a group of people, reserve the Godfather room. As for the decor, the walls are filled with photos of famous Italians and candid photos of daily… (read more)
One of the reasons why the Village of Carlsbad so special is that it is home to the Carlsbad Danish Bakery (2)… (read more). Locals have been coming here daily since the 1980′s to satisfy their cravings for delicious-tasting, mouthwatering, hot just out of the oven, bakery creations, which are all made by hand by the
Festive south-of-the-border cuisine served by attentive servers in colorful attire has made Diane Powers’ Casa de Bandini the most popular Mexican restaurant in North County. Adding to the ambiance are strolling mariachi that serenade you at your table while you dine.
A great beginning to any meal are warm tortilla chips and a frosty margarita.… (read more)
Ocean view dining in a relaxed atmosphere with delicious tasting bistro-style regional cuisine is what you can expect when you dine at Dini’s. Light, healthy and artistically presented entrées accented with a Pacific Rim influence are prepared by Executive Chef Paul Glazzard.
They offer show-stopping appetizers like crabcakes and oysters Rockefeller. Their delicious salads… (read more)
This is a crowd-pleasing restaurant that is ranked at the top by the people who dine here. Once you try their award-winning rib selections, you will surely agree that Joey’s ribs are sensational! As for their sweet ribs, which are slowly smoked over hickory wood and glazed with their sweet BBQ sauce, you’ll certainly agree… (read more)
KoKo Beach is one restaurant where you’ll get the most for your money. They serve good quality food in a friendly atmosphere with comfortable red leather booths. Slow-roasted prime rib is the house specialty along with Alaskan king crab legs with savory drawn butter.
Other delicious entrées are the New York steak, delicious top sirloin… (read more)
Located in the heart of the Carlsbad Village is the delightful Le Passage French Bistro. It’s small and intimate with sidewalk dining on warm afternoons otherwise you will be equally happy dining at one of their intimate tables for two. Offered from their select menu are such memorable entrees as their sauteed fresh salmon with… (read more)
One reason why dining at the Ocean House is so special is that the building was constructed in 1887, a year before the Hotel del Coronado was built. This Victorian-style building is so eye-catching that it’s the most photographed site in Carlsbad. Impressive main course selections include fresh seafood USDA Grade-A choice cuts of meat,… (read more)
This is where it all began nearly 25 years ago. Even though it’s the smallest of the Pizza Ports, Solana Beach is the one with the most history (and some would say “character”). The brew system is tiny compared to those of its Pizza Port siblings, but it’s been used to brew more magic than… (read more)
The fabulous $24 million remodel of the McClellan Airport is even better with the opening of The Landings Restaurant. This new dining destination called the Landings offers both airline travelers and locals a unique opportunity to have a meal while watching airplanes take off and land. Early birds will like their menu because it is… (read more)