Creative, casual-chic eatery featuring a diverse menu and an attractive wine list. Their weekend brunch is outstanding.
Acclaimed chef, Carl Schroeder’s stylish new restaurant and bar will delight your palette without breaking the bank.
Fresh ingredients shine in this bright and spacious restaurant’s rich fare, artisanal desserts and craft cocktails.
Award-winning, French-inspired bistro fare is served all day at this charming East Village cafe.
Farm-fresh food and pork-heavy menu have people lining up on the avenue for lunch, dinner and late-night snacks.
Mod, stylish, beer and wine bar that has made Golden Hill locals even more proud of their neighborhood.
Western gets a haute makeover at this incredible steakhouse featuring all-natural meats and an in-house butcher shop.
Nearly every detail of the decor and menu has a message behind it at this creative enclave of comfort food and cocktails.
This cafe & bar crafts incredible desserts & chocolates, daily Sweet & Savory brunch and dinner featuring exotic infusions.
Palm Springs meets SD at this high-style, “European Dinette” serving seasonal cuisine, pies, doughnuts and cocktails. Dinner & brunch daily
Breakfast, lunch and dinner platters are piled high at this legendary Hillcrest eatery. Home of Johnny’s BLT Mary, plus free coffee while you wait!
Two restaurants with a singular appeal, plus unsurpassed harbor views. Island Prime=fine dining, C Level=casual.
San Francisco meets London with secret English Garden, 60′s Mod playlist, to-die-for burger and uncannily perfect cocktails.
Serving farm-to-table pizza and small plates all made 100% from scratch, as well as locally sourced craft beer.
Perched above the touristy Italian spots on India Street is a culinary and cocktail hotbed for savvy locals and visitors.
It may be New Zealand-inspired, but this gastropub in a renovated circa-1906 Victorian house with a giant porch packs in the Southern charm.
Outstanding house-made sausages stuffed with local product. Vegetarians welcome. Do exactly what the web address says, guilt-free.
Top Chef Brian Malarkey shows off with simplicity at this bustling, airy, new venue at main and main in the Gaslamp.
We don’t venture west of the airport often, but this Michael Soriano-designed gastropub is well-worth the trip any day.
The stylish interior rivals any NYC haunt, but the farmed-local food and spacious patio are strictly San Diego.
Well-crafted cocktails and a creative menu featuring wild game add a hint of mystery to this dark, but inviting huant.
Thanks to its expansion, this casual, charming bistro featuring decadent dinner just became more accessible. Smoke on, Mr. Goat.
A “True Brown House” specializing in whiskey, bourbon, scotch & rye. Well designed interior with a game-heavy menu.