San Diego, CA 92101
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Quick Facts About Hexagone:
- San Diego Hexagone was named after the six-sided shape of France.
- Hexagone in San Diego serves traditional French cuisine with an American twist.
- Lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch are served at San Diego's Hexagone.
Ambiance: This quaint French bistro provides an intimate dining experience for guests. White table clothes cover the private tables while elegant curtains hang from the windows and French artwork lines the walls. This is the ideal restaurant to dine at before a show at the theater or after a day visiting the museums in Balboa Park.
Why We Dine: San Diego Hexagone serves a plethora of traditional French cuisine from muscovy breast of duck with leg confit and orange sauce to mesclun salad with mozzarella and fresh basil. Once you finally make a decision on an appetizer and entree of your choice, you're faced with the mouthwatering dessert menu. The decadent dessert menu lures you in with offerings of souffle and triple chocolate terrine. On top of the attractive lunch, dinner and dessert, San Diego Hexagone offers guests who are catching an Old Globe Theater show a special three-course meal and transportation to the theater as well.
- Extensive Menu: San Diego Hexagone is one of the largest restaurants in San Diego serving up French cuisine. The menu includes twenty appetizer options and more than twenty entrees to surely fulfil your every French food craving.
- Old Globe Theater: For those guests attending a show at the Old Globe Theater, San Diego Hexagon provides a three-course meal and transportation to and from the theater.
- Dessert Menu: Although you might be tempted to stuff yourself with escargots à la bourguignonne and beef bourguignon, you'll be disappointed if you don't save a little bit of room to at least taste the dessert options. The crème brulée, crêpes suzette and apple tarte tatin are calling your name.
The Local Scoop: San Diego's Hexagone is located just on the edge of Balboa Park, where there are tons of museums and sights to see. After a day spent learning about the animals at the San Diego Zoo or checking out the train sets at the Railway Museum stop in Hexagone for a glass of wine and a bowl of soup du jour.
What We Recommend:
- Sea Bass with Seasoned Ginger Sauce: This fresh fish is moist and sauteed in the restaurant's special ginger sauce and served with fresh vegetables.
- Blueberries-Cassis: You won't regret veering from your diet when you indulge in this French vanilla ice cream dish topped with blueberries cooked in creme de cassis.
- Cuisine: French
- Alcohol: Full Bar
- Reservation Policy: Accepts reservations
- Price: $$$