Restaurants in San Diego
The multilevel lounge serves Southeast Asian fare.
This pan-Asian restaurant has an Asian-noir space and is named for Tokyo's trendy nightclub district.
Located in San Diego’s Carmel Valley biotech business district, Arterra sits inside the San Diego Marriott Del Mar.
The palm-framed Grande Colonial hotel doesn’t give much away about the boutique property or its signature restaurant.
Jsix is a restaurant and bar inside the East Village’s contemporary Hotel Solamar. Situated near Petco Park, the convention center, and the Gaslamp District, Jsix is a bustling gathering place full of urban touches like stone walls, metal grillwork, and an illuminated bar.
George’s California Modern is a restaurant within a restaurant.
Swinging London-inspired space
Set right over the ocean, La Jolla’s elegant Marine Room serves global cuisine rooted in classic French technique (try the leek and vanilla–poached lobster or the spinach-wrapped Pacific oysters). At high tide, crashing waves outside the windows are wonderfully dramatic.
A meal at El Agave Tequileria is more about the thousands of fine sipping tequilas, although the Nouvelle Mexican cuisine provides a complementary range of new and ancient Hispanic dishes. The restaurant’s Old Town address and downstairs liquor store do not portend the old Spanish interior.
The Australian restaurant and bar opened in the Fall of 2006.
Sprawling drinking and dining destination with a piano bar.