3878 Dalbergia Court, San Diego, CA, US, 92113
- Phone: (619) 238-2788
- Fax: (619) 238-1773
Located at the Westgate Hotel, this restaurant is a perfect place to dine before attending a concert or going to the theater. An excellent wine list, pianist and beautifully appointed dining room all go together to provide an elegant ambiance. Also, word around town is that Chef Rene Herbeck presents some of the finest fare to be found. Whether you choose veal, steak, seafood or a souffle, you will find it to be an exceptional dining experience.
Tall ceilings, ornate Louis XVI inspired furniture, soft lights, black and white checkered tiles welcomes you as you enter Currant, the fine dining restaurant in The Sofia Hotel . The huge columns and large windows give the dining room a gorgeous look. Plush seating, marble top tables, everything, and we mean everything, here is grand and classy rendering the place a rich feel! Hibachi Style Salmon, Grilled Hangar Steak is to die for! Check out their dessert menu, tarts, pastries, puddings, souffle, cheeses and what have you! Currant's Chef's Table is to party with group of ten, while being treated to the most delicious aromas from the live kitchen.
Opaque Dining In The Dark has stayed true to it's name. After its popularity in places like Paris and Vienna, this splendid concept of dining in the dark has now been introduced in Southern California. If one can imagine, doing things without the sense of light or sight, how a dining experience would be? It is human tendency that when one sight is blocked, the other senses become more sharp. Thus Opaque provides you with a multi-sense dining experience. It would be a journey through smell, sound and taste, without even a ray of light, to make a different kind of dining experience.
Normally, a chef named "Malarkey" might not inspire confidence, but this Gaslamp restaurant is happily filled full of great food. Furthermore, the busy, boisterous restaurant states it is "isn't a place to get away; this is a place for people to get together," so bear that in mind before reserving. The foods are an intriguing mix of gourmet ingredients, but the end result is a simply pleasing twist on basic American favorites, which is popular with the downtown young-business and legal set. They close between lunch and dinner.
Cinema fans will love this movie-themed venue. Movie posters plaster the walls, while wooden captain's chairs surround the plain tables that might have come from your aunt's dining room. The Grille is a little short on grilled items, but does supply a selection of sandwiches and light eats. If you have ever wanted to get Humphrey Bogart between two pieces of sliced bagel, the Bogart Bagel will fulfill that fantasy and top it with cheese.
Near the front door of the vast dining area of Pierre's place, on the center of a red wall above a fireplace, across from the kitchen and counter, a flat screen television displays the title of the current song. Pierre's Place serves oven-baked New York style pizzas, available by the slice, and range from simple cheese pizzas to artichoke heart and red sauce pizza, or even "White Pepperoni" (Mozzarella, Ricotta, pepperoni, and parmesan). They also serve gourmet coffees, salads, wraps, paninis, and gelato. For those who would like to get a little more for their money, all of the panini at Pierre's Place come with a choice of kettle chips, fresh fruit, or mixed greens. - Erick Pettersen
Noisy, crowded and casual, this hip brewery draws young professionals in downtown San Diego. With 10 to 12 specialty micro-brewed beers each day, you will have a hard time choosing. So, do not torture yourself. Try the sampler instead and enjoy four different beers in four-ounce glasses. Do things a little differently—choose the right beer and order your meal to complement it. Entrees include pastas, burgers, salads, sandwiches and seafood.
Anthology is a revival of the supper club set in San Diego's Little Italy; upscale dining in an intimate setting while enjoying a live concert every night. The menu is based on seasonal, fresh produce and changes daily, as does the show. Most nights feature great jazz and often a renowned singer or guitarist, with some nights devoted to another musical genre. Every table in the house is reputed to be prime seating. See website for details on purchasing tickets and show times.
This classic restaurant attracts the top echelons of the San Diego business and government community, providing traditional food in an inviting atmosphere. The Mussel Bisque is renowned. Dobson's Bar And Restaurant is also a popular after work and before theater venue, and it is conveniently located just a few paces away from Horton Plaza. Most of the food is continental, with many dishes exhibiting a lightly French flair. The Rack of Lamb is a toothsome delight.
Red Zone Sports Bar and Grill offers guests plenty of chances to watch whatever big game is on television. Their dining area includes an open space of tables and chairs for those who would like to enjoy a more leisurely lunch, seating at their bar, and even a section with leather, cream-colored banquettes with private tables. Among other great items, ReaZone Sports Bar and Grill serves an angus burger, smoked house burger (includes barbecue sauce, applewood bacon, sharp cheddar, and beer-battered onion rings), grilled chicken club sandwich, sundried tomato chicken chipotle wrap, and much more. And for those guests tired of watching the same old sports, Red Zone Sports Bar and Grill is a fan of UFC. - Erick Pettersen
This multiple award-winning restaurant is a true San Diego treasure. Located inside of the historic US Grant Hotel, Grant Grill exudes class and elegance. From it's waffle brunch buffets to its lavish dinner presentations, diners head here when they want something extraordinary. The opulent ambiance elevates the experience, lending an added sense of luxury to the already world-class cuisine. The adjoining lounge is perfect for those who want to sip a cocktail among San Diego's elite. Attire is dressy, so don your favorite suit or dress and take in your glamorous surroundings.
Yard House boasts the largest beer list of any bar or restaurant in the United States, and they have the beers on tap to prove it. For guests not interested in one of their many beers, Yard House also serves an eclectic menu that includes dishes like Walnut Pear Salad and Tomato Bisque for appetizers, and Jerky Chicken with Shrimp Stack or Orange Peel Chicken as entrees. Along with those, Yard House serves a plethora of sandwiches, burgers, pizzas, and various other items. For guests who enjoy food, but just want to enjoy one of the many beers at Yard House, they offer happy hour every day of the week, as well as take-out platters and so much more. - Erick Pettersen