Quality Inn San Diego Miramar
9350 Kearny Mesa Road
San Diego, CA 92126
Phone: (858) 578-4350
Fax: (858) 271-7572
Bars & Cafes
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.
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.
Born and brewed in Southern California since 1963, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® is the oldest and largest privately-held specialty coffee and tea retailer in the United States. The company has grown to be an international icon and currently has more than 800 stores in 22 countries.
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.
If steaks and sports are your weaknesses, then Black Angus will be a delightful haven for you. Black Angus Steakhouse - San Diego Kearny is one of the chains of the Black Angus Steakhouses. The restaurant only serves Black Angus steaks that are aged rightly, freshly cut and grilled over an open fire. Black Angus is known for their Prime Rib which is slow roasted till it attains a succulent tenderness and Baby Back Ribs. You can also get some great accompaniments to pair up with your steaks such as lobster tail or grilled prawns or fried shrimp etc. BullsEye Bar which is the trademark name of the restaurant is a sports lovers haven complete with hi def flat screen TVs where guests can watch different sporting events simultaneously.
This restaurant and sports pub has built its reputation on New York-style pizza and a happening atmosphere. It has five televisions for watching your favorite sports, two pool tables and a jukebox. A full cocktail bar has 20 beers on tap, with a variety of bottled beers and wines as well. Food runs from huge pizzas to burgers, sandwiches and salads. If you let the bartenders know you are a designated driver, they will supply you with free soda, coffee or water.
An inviting French farmhouse re-creation holds this aero plane-themed restaurant, one of a chain built next to small airports. Watch light aircraft land and take off as you dine in a World War I atmosphere accented with authentic military memorabilia. French-inspired and meaty dishes fill most of the menu, with a few lighter choices. Early Flight dinners offer Prime Rib, London Broil, Fish of the Day and other entrees. From the dinner menu, Rack of Lamb is a customer favorite.
One of the most popular places for all the health fanatics—Yogurt World is really a world in itself when it comes to serving frozen yogurt. Self service is the way around here and it is the healthiest ice-cream alternative. Try the yogurt with different exotic tastes and flavors such as peach, cappuccino, green tea and pistachio—you will love every bite of it!
A vegetarian favorite, this upbeat fusion restaurant provides a wide variety of organic dishes. Located in Clairemont Mesa, where lively Chinese, Vietnamese, and Indian communities are nearby, many of the dishes show Asian roots. Their "bowlz" are especially popular and riff on the noodle bowls of Japan and elsewhere. The family dinners read like Chinese family-style dinners everywhere, but even if the menu says "peppered pork," it's actually a soy-based mock meat though many may not even notice the difference. Most dishes are vegan but ask to be sure. -deTraci Regula