Articles tagged with: Breakfast & Brunch
Humphreys Half Moon Inn & Suites is ideally located on Shelter Island, San Diego’s own Hawaiian Isle. This tropical resort-style San Diego hotel, framed by America’s Cup Harbor and the San Diego Bay, offers breathtaking views of the hotel’s private marina and downtown San Diego. Their tranquil setting is just minutes from the airport and… (read more)
Aryana Restaurant & Bar (6)… (read more) at the Holiday Inn Oceanside Marina, is the first and only hotel in Oceanside with an on-site restaurant. It’s a delicious discovery.
Don’t let the fact that the dining room is small and cozy fool you because their master chef is indeed a wizard when it comes to producing star-quality
For twenty-five years, Hornblower Cruises & Events (4)… (read more) has provided guests with spectacular views and ocean breezes aboard their dinner cruises, champagne brunch cruises, harbor tours and whale watching adventure cruises. Savor, indulge and unwind on a Hornblower Cruise, where you can enjoy the finest in gourmet cuisine, surrounded by spectacular bay views on one
Casino Pauma is a North County favorite, because it’s smaller in size compared to the other casinos. This is a very appealing aspect for many people because big is not always better. You’ll also be greeted by a friendly door man with a smile and a warm greeting. Yes, Casino Pauma is a friendly place. A palm tree-lined road greets guests to Casino Pauma and its comfortable 42,500-sq. ft. facility. More than 1,050 state-of-the-art slot machines are featured here at Casino Pauma along with exciting table games including poker, roulette, ($5) blackjack 24-hours a day, Lucky Lady’s Bonus Blackjack, Emperor’s Challenge Pai Gow Poker, and no limit Texas Hold ’em tournaments. The Poker Room opens at 5 p.m. Mon.–Thurs. and at 2 p.m. Fri.–Sun.
Peohe’s Restaurant overlooking downtown San Diego from beautiful Coronado offers delicious fresh seafood selections along with mouthwatering steaks cooked to perfection along with new wave sushi and much, much more.
If you haven’t guessed it yet, Peohe’s Restaurant is a one-of-a-kind tropical paradise with breathtaking waterfront views of downtown San Diego’s skyline. It’s the perfect… (read more)
The legendary Hotel del Coronado is located on 28 oceanfront acres on Coronado Island. Built in 1888 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1977, The Hotel del Coronado has played host to celebrities, presidents and dignitaries from around the world. Today, guests can select accommodations in the historic Victorian Building, in the contemporary Ocean… (read more)
Bistro 39 is a favorite restaurant for locals and out-of-towners alike. Its local appeal is because the word has gotten out that it’s not hotel food… (read more). So the numerous locals living in nearby apartments, condos and single-family homes come here to dine too.
Plus, their chef, who graduated from a famous culinary school, creates
Hooters is an American original. It’s delightfully tacky and totally unrefined. Hooters is world famous for their Hooters girls and delicious-tasting Buffalo-style chicken wings, which are served with mild, medium, hot and 911 sauces. Lots of customers are sports fans who come here to eat and watch their favorite sporting events on the numerous TVs.… (read more)
A legend in our city is Saska’s Steak & Seafood Restaurant. This family-owned restaurant is celebrating 58 years in business at the same location on Mission Boulevard in north Mission Beach.
Featured in a rustic nautical setting are Saska’s delicious fresh seafood selections and fabulous tasting steaks. The Saska’s secret to their delicious – tasting… (read more)
Dine here once and you’ll undoubtedly become a regular. The reasons are simple: the food tastes great; pretty, young, high-energy servers provide excellent service and the atmosphere is upbeat and friendly. Plus, the retro decor, which is fashioned after a 1940s railroad dining car, is sparkling new and stylish.
Humphrey’s Shelter Island Restaurant (14) is the award winner of the 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2010 San Diego Restaurant Association’s Gold Medallion Award for Best Live Music Venue/Restaurant. And when it comes to Sunday brunch, Humphrey’s bay front restaurant is as good as it gets. Humphreys features an unparalleled presentation against the backdrop of beautiful… (read more)
Kaiserhof Restaurant (2)… (read more) has been voted the best German restaurant in all of San Diego for 31 years. At Kaiserhof German Restaurant they pride themselves is serving the best selection and the widest variety of excellent veal, pork and beef. Kaiserhof Restaruant also serves a large selection of seafood entrées. And of course Kaiserhof also
If you are ready to have fun, this is the place to eat. Sloppy Joey’s Pizza & Pasta Joint… (read more) is real popular. The atmosphere is energized with happy, enthusiastic servers with happy smiles, who are eager to please.
For the best seating ask to sit upstairs overlooking the balcony with a view of passerbys on
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)
Nati’s Mexican Restaurant, which is celebrating its 53 years in business, is one of the most recommended San Diego Restaurants in the city. The owners pride themselves on serving virtually every dish made to order with the finest ingredients while providing patrons with affordable prices.
A select list of traditional Mexican dishes is featured including… (read more)
Phuong Trang is the most recommended Vietnamese restaurant in San Diego. In fact, they won the 2007 Channel 10 News A-List Award for “Best Vietnamese Restaurant” and have been named Best Vietnamese Seafood Restaurant by the San Diego Union. Plus, TV Channels 7 and 8 and San Diego Magazine… (read more) also gave it the highest of
Delicious tasting Cantonese cuisine is the house specialty at China Max Restaurant (1), and it’s the best in town. In fact, China Max Restaurant has received rave reviews from the San Diego Union Tribune… (read more) to go along with their other awards of high acclaim. Its white walls, neon lighting and white linen tablecloths accent
Country cookin’ at its old-fashioned best is what you can expect when you dine at this outstanding breakfast and lunch only restaurant. Yes, they’re famous for fabulous-tasting strawberry country waffles, but they’ve also made a name for themselves with their country omelets, flapjacks, Swedish crêpes, French toast, country lunches, sandwiches and country fresh salads. And… (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)
The restaurant’s bar is open till midnight. For a sweeping view of the restaurant and huge cruise ships docked at the pier, ask for table 46. This delightful restaurant has a definite British flavor with ales, darts, bangers and mash and the like. Get into the spirit of it all and try their popular fish-and-chips.… (read more)
Locals come here for the best ocean view in Pacific Beach with two full bars, 21 TVs, 20 beers on tap, awesome service, friendly people, sunsets served daily and killer food.
In 2009 they won “best fish taco” in Pacific Beach over a huge field including Rubio’s original fish taco at the Pacific Beach Beach… (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)
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)