Quality Inn San Diego Miramar
9350 Kearny Mesa Road
San Diego, CA 92126
Phone: (858) 578-4350
Fax: (858) 271-7572
Buca di Beppo - Mira Mesa is one of the many chains of Planet Hollywood International Inc and known for their warm and lively ambience, and good Italian food. The portions are large so don't think of going alone, its best suited to get along your gang and gorge on their delicious fare such as Chicken Parmigiana, Linguinie Frutti Demare and much more. Buca is simple, down to earth and will lure you with its classic charm and lovely food.
If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A kid's menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
Baskin Robbins is an international brand that has captured taste buds all around the globe. People of diverse age groups, cultures and origin enjoy their lip smacking ice creams. Their signature colors of strawberry pink and milk white are recognized world wide. The parlors are always filled with people wanting a dollop or more of these chilled treats. Alongside the glass window, the rich vibrant colors are an absolute treat to the eyes. When they originally began, they came with the idea of having 31 flavors. It signified a new flavor every single day of the month! Making a choice from their 31 different colors can certainly be a task. But if in a hurry, the Cherries Jubilee and Rocky Road are safe bets. You will also find shakes, smoothies and customized cakes out here. The huge piles of ice cream tubs will definitely tempt you take some back home.
Callahan's Pub and Brewery is a brewpub that has it all, including a great selection of made-on-the-premises beer, combined with tasty food at reasonable prices. So what is it doing in a shopping mall? Ignore the odd location and enjoy yourself. Both diners and drinkers enjoy munching on the Wings of Fire, a bright, spicy appetizer that requires plenty of quenching with any of the microbrews on tap, from Shamrock Gold to Callahan's Red. The restaurant also makes its own sausages; try the Callahan's Spicy Beer Sausage Plate.
SuperNatural Sandwiches offers diners an opportunity to experience made to order seafood. Fresh sandwiches made with local produce make this a must visit eatery. The sea to sandwich concept allows diners to feast on marvellous delicacies. Mexican White Shrimp, Kraken, Jinx relish alongwith local greens and mixed with amazing sauces offer an excellent dining experience.
Are you in the mood for some piping hot pizza? At Knockout Pizzeria, everything is made fresh for you everyday. Buy yourself a gooey pizza pie and soft drinks, or you can opt for a crisp and crunchy salad. Calazones are also available. Hardcore carnivores can try creations like the Meat Bomb and cheese lovers can sink their teeth into the 4 Cheese Pizza. If you don't want an entire pizza, you can also buy it by the slice. The casual eatery also offers catering services.
Guests enjoy first-class treatment and multi-course meals at the Wine Sellar & Brasserie, a classy and contemporary establishment. The outdoor, greenery-covered walkway will lead you to a modern entrance, with a midnight black canopy and glass-covered entryway. Once inside, the ambiance is formal and the service is beyond compare. For your first course, try the house-smoked salmon with lemon dill. The salad menu includes many original concoctions, such as the organic field Lettuce salad. Favorite entrees include the wild mushroom crusted Alaskan halibut as well as the Moroccan spiced rack of lamb.
Located in suburban Tierrasanta, Andiamo Ristorante is an often overlooked gem that locals cherish. The informal venue offers delicious Italian meals at surprisingly low prices. Most frequent diners prefer to relax on the patio while feasting on salads, pastas or wood-fired pizzas. Veal, served with proscuitto, is a popular entree as well. Do not forget dessert! Creme Brulee is an excellent choice. The bar serves beer and wine only.
Locals love this eclectic restaurant for its extensive Asian menu and convivial atmosphere. The menu at Khan's Cave offers something for every taste, with American, Chinese, Japanese, Mongolian and various other cuisines finding a mention. House specialties include Garlic Wok-Baked Sole Filet, Spicy Clay Pots, Mongolian Stir-Fried Lamb and Kung Pao. Beer lovers are in for a treat, as the restaurant has no less than 20 taps dedicated to locally brewed favorites. In addition to this, there's a diverse selection of wines and other spirits as well. Live music and other such events are held regularly, adding a fun element to the proceedings.
This brave comedy club is striving to bring more laughs to San Diego while sharing space with an adjacent Greek restaurant, the Greek Palace. Check online for free tickets for general shows, or book ahead for special headliners. There's a flat-rate dinner buffet offered some nights; call to verify availability. Be aware that service tips are automatically included in the check totals, there's a two-drink minimum on top of the ticket price, and part of the charm is the line of comedians at the end of the night hoping for some additional largesse. - deTraci Regula
Award-winning Chef Emanuele Daniele and his son Leonardo keep the kitchen hopping with expertly prepared Italian and Mediterranean specialties. The gold label duckling deserves a Gold Medal! Try this savory breast of duck braised with garlic, white wine, grapes and sliced blanched almonds. Prefer fish? Your best option is the salmone montanara. The chefs also offer a wide variety of pastas, pizzas and calzones for all appetites. A pretty patio fronts this neighborhood restaurant and inside, the interior is painted with warm colors resembling a hillside village.
This fine steakhouse has been on the San Diego scene for more than 30 years. Dark woods, leather booths and an Old World charm greet you at this restaurant famous for the best in beef quality. You can enjoy the Happy Hour meal menu on weekdays. Lunches include hearty sandwiches and salads. Dinners include large portions of prime rib or king crab legs. After dinner cigar selections start at $6.