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San Diego Restaurants

Selected by San Diego Magazine as “San Diego’s Finest Indian Restaurant,” Monsoon lives up to the proclamation.
The Balboa Park experience of museums, science and technology exhibits and theater is a perfect setting for good food and wine.
Perched in the Zoo's Treehouse complex and surrounded by simians, the Zoo's sole full-service bar/restaurant bears the name of the revered Albert, a long-departed, s
There are precious few African restaurants in San Diego. Just a handful of Ethiopian restaurants serve the cuisine of the continent, but now there's a new Gaslamp...
While the Gaslamp Quarter is sometimes referred to as the Italian Mile of Meals, the Field is proving there's room for more than one style here. Walk into the dark...
I've had a lot of Cheese Steaks in my time, and frankly have been disappointed with nearly all of them. I couldn't comprehend why people would go for a sandwich...
In 1974 Pete DiSalvo opened a tiny butcher shop in the Little Italy part of town. Pete believed in selling quality cuts of meat, and quality sausage. You see, Pete...
There are many words to describe a great meal, but weird is usually not one of them. Deborah Scott changed all that for me, when I experienced the first meal from...
Near the Coronado Bridge, in the Barrio Logan, stands a local dining legend.
The Lincoln Room (901 Fourth Avenue; 619-696-8888) has been born in the downtown space once occupied by Confidential Restaurant + Loft.
I've never seen a horse hitched out front. But Cowboy Star Restaurant and Butcher Shop gets high marks for all-around authenticity. An outdoor patio holds iron...
Unisex-Bathroom
"I have to go to the bathroom" is announced over the din of party conversation. Everyone at my table shakes their head in agreement.
After a night of slaving away at Alchemy, in South Park, preparing luscious libations for the masses, I felt it was time to walk that long block home with a stop...
Where to Eat Near Petco Park
Since Petco Park is located right smack in the middle of Downtown San Diego, it also means it's right smack in the middle of the many Gaslamp eateries.
REVIEW: The Red Door Restaurant & Wine Bar
Now in the restaurant’s third year, they are transitioning to an earth-to-entrée eatery.

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