Old Town Restaurants
This Festive Mexican Cantina and Restaurant, which is in the heart of historic Old Town State Park is a real find. For Old Town San Diego Restaurants, it’s a real find. Not only is the Mexican food delicious, but the restaurant and its name are of historical significance. The site and the restaurant’s name date… (read more)
For San Diego Restaurants, this one’s a winner. In fact, it’s been selected as the top Mexican Restaurant in San Diego by the San Diego Restaurant Association for 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2010. They received the Gold Medallion Award for Best Mexican Restaurant.
This year this Mexican Restaurant in Historic Old Town is celebrating… (read more)
This restaurant is a hidden gem in Old Town San San Diego State Historic Park. Located in a lush garden setting, the atmosphere is warm and festive and the food is delicious. At night you can even dine under the stars. An added plus is that it also features live Mexican music while you dine.… (read more)
Casa Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant (30) won the Gold Medallion Award in 2010 for the Best Mexican Dinner House, and for good reason. For great San Diego Restaurants, it’s at the top of the list. It’s an excellent Mexican restaurant, which is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike. Ask for a seat on one of their… (read more)
Fresh, delicious Chinese cuisine that’s fast and affordable is what you can expect at City Wok. Their friendly servers greet you the moment you walk in and are more than happy to help you choose from their extensive menu.
A great beginning to any meal is the hot and sour soup. It’s made with all-white… (read more)
Soon after Juan Bandini built his thatch-roofed adobe family home, 1827–29, it became the social center of San Diego. Bandini himself was often seen waltzing gracefully and elegantly across the parlor floor. In 1869, after Bandini’s death, stage master Albert Seeley purchased Bandini’s home and converted it into his family home and a hotel. When… (read more)
Winner of the California Restaurant Association’s 2007, 2009 and 2010 Gold Medallion Award for Best Casual Mexican Restaurant. Featured on the Food Network’s… (read more) Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. This San Diego legend, which is celebrating over 70 years in business, is so popular that customers literally line up at the door for the great Mexican food
Festive Old Town comes alive at this new shopping and dining attraction in historic Old Town. Shop at the Beacon Artworks Gallery (619-823-6130) for colorful San Diego paintings. Sample San Diego’s best tasting wines at the Hacienda De Las Rosas’ tasting room (619-840-5579).
Dine on the spacious patio at the Casa de Reyes Mexican Restaurant,… (read more)
At Fred’s, you’ll not only get the best tasting Mexican cuisine, but it’s also a great place to have fun, fun, fun. Their dining room incorporates funny themes like the Boom Boom Room and Fred’s Chop Shop. The most popular drinks are the frosty margaritas with salt on the rim. Great tasting entrées are the… (read more)
Winner of the San Diego Restaurant Association’s 2006 and 2007 Gold Medallion Award for “Best Dessert.” When you want truly delicious gelato, look no further than the award-winning Gelato Vero. Celebrating their 25th Anniversary, since 1984 they have been serving this delicious gelato, which is handcrafted, made on-site and has a smooth, creamy and dense… (read more)
From the moment you walk into this trendy Japanese restaurant, you’ll see what makes Harney Sushi so unique. The stylish decor and DJ playing hip music make this the perfect place for a night out. They feature more than 40 sakes, 25 award-winning wines, microbrews from local breweries, a private VIP booth and more than… (read more)
This is a restaurant with a 45-year reputation for excellence and a loyal following. It has a tradition of wonderful Italian cuisine. Homemade pastas, sauces and soups are only the beginning. For a meal to remember try their fabulous filet mignon in cognac and scampi alla Giulio.
They serve the best scampi in town, and… (read more)
It’s the oldest restaurant in Old Town. They have two dining rooms filled with colorful piñatas and a romantic little patio. There are lots of standards such as enchiladas, fajitas, and chilles rellenos.
When it comes to selecting the best San Diego Restaurants in the city The Old Town Mexican Cafe (20)… (read more) in the heart of Old Town always come to mind. It is a San Diego legend and a favorite place to eat for residents and out-of-towners alike. Authentic Mexican cuisine is served in a festive spirit,
Rubicon Deli (33)… (read more) is well-known for their loaves of bread baked fresh daily making a HUGE difference in how delicious a sandwich can really taste! The end result is their sandwiches taste better than either Subway or Jersey Mikes.
Daily baked bread makes a HUGE difference in the taste! Of course, everybody has their favorites