Articles tagged with: Seafood
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)
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)
Sunrise Buffet has two convenient locations to serve you. And you’ll be delighted with your discovery of what has been discribed as “the best tasting seafood and oriental buffet in the county.” This all-you-can-eat dining extravaganza is where you will find lots of repeat customers because the food and selection are so good.
Sunrise Buffet… (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)
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)
For ocean view dining at its best, The Green Flash Restaurant is highly recommended.… (read more) Plus, at sunset you just might catching a glimpse of the elusive green flash of light that appears at sunset. It happens here more often than any other restaurant on the coast, which is one reason why this restaurant is so
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
At first glance you can tell that Sushiya Japanese Restaurant (18)… (read more) is a fun place to go for the best-tasting sushi in Liberty Station. The decor has an inviting beach feel with surfboards mounted on the walls, three big-screen TVs and a lit up sushi bar. Their extensive menu of hot and cold specials, cut
The Chart House Restaurants (30), for more than 50 years has represented the best of the best when it comes to spectacular settings be it at the ocean or in a forest. Here it is a breathtaking seashore view of waves crashing on the beach while you dine.
Their floor to ceiling windows and inspiring… (read more)
Being in business for 35 years should tell you that El Pescador Fish Market and Restaurant (14) is a definite winner. … (read more)Seafood lovers from the area come here weekly to buy the freshest seafood in town. They also serve fresh fish sautéed or char-grilled that you can eat right there at small tables. They are
Can you imagine a restaurant in La Mesa in East County having its own private lake. Yes, it’s true. Plus, it has been a local favorite since the day it opened over 50 years ago. With so much success it should come at no surprise that it has been Voted San Diego’s Best Seafood Restaurant… (read more)
The Original Sand Crab Tavern/Escondido (7… (read more)), which was established in 1988, is in a league of it’s own and a major San Diego attraction. This is a fun, family-friendly place with a New Orleans and nautical atmosphere. Their great seafood and terrific service keep the locals and area visitors coming back time after time.
For Anthony’s Fish Grotto (3)… (read more) 2012 marks the 66th anniversary of this San Diego institution! Since 1946, when Mama Ghio and her sons and son-in-law opened their first Anthony’s Fish Grotto Restaurant, Anthony’s has been serving San Diegans delicious seafood for generations.
Today, under the guidance of the third generation of the Ghio and Mascari
Since its opening day in 1966, Anthony’s Star of the Sea reigned as the ultimate choice for fine dining in San Diego. With its unique location, perched over the sparkling waters of San Diego Bay, the Star of the Sea was the premier destination for presidents and prom dates alike. If you had something special… (read more)