Anonymous asked in TravelUnited StatesSan Diego · 9 years ago

I am going to san diego this summer and I would like to try new food?

what are the best restaurants there ? comfort food ? The best street food ? and I would also like to try "something" that san diego is known for ? I love dessert as well and would like to try the best cupcakes and ice cream for example!where should I go ?

  what places should I go to ? I've already been to san diego zoo and sea world so I would like to try something funner !

I need your help! Thank you!



1 Answer

  • Joe C
    Lv 7
    9 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    For a great romantic dinner with the best view of the downtown skyline, go to Pehoe's in Coronado. You can take the water taxi across the harbor.

    La Jolla offers great views, great surfing, great food, great theater, and great shopping.

    Take a stroll on Prospect St and check out the shops, galleries, and have some authentic Mexican food at Alfonso's. Jose's Courtroom is where the locals hang out to drink and eat. The Spot offers Chicago style food with both deep dish and thin crust pizza. For gourmet cuisine, it's George's at the Cove. Prospect St also has some of the best gelato in town at the Gelateria Frizzante

    The Mandarin House in La Jolla features home made noodles and some of the best Chinese food in town. It's located one block from the world famous Windansea Beach. Check out the surfers and take a sunset stroll. Then have dinner.

    Old Town has one of the best Italian restaurants in town. Pizza Bella features home made Italian food made from Mama Bella's recipes. During the day their courtyard is open for outdoor dining. It's one block from the Old Town trolley stop.

    Closer to downtown and one of my favorites is El Indio. Serving Mexican food since 1940, it's a short walk from the Washington St. trolley stop.

    Kansas City Barbeque is located at the Seaport Village trolley stop. Best BBQ in town, inexpensive, and it's where they filmed the bar scene in Top Gun. Plenty of interesting memorabilia on the walls and it also has outside dining.

    For a roof top beach view and American cuisine, the Firehouse in Pacific Beach is the place to go.

    Serving breakfast since 1960, Harry's Coffee Shop in La Jolla is an institution. Everyone goes to Harry's.

    For 1950's themed diner food it's the Corvette Diner. Great food, huge portions, waitresses in 50's garb, Elvis on the jukebox.

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