San Diego has no shortage of tasty bites and treats to eat. From casual to upscale, there's something for everyone. Town and Country is just a short distance from the famous Gaslamp Quarter in Downtown San Diego, Old Town San Diego, Little Italy, Mission Valley dining and more. Discover why San Diego is the up-and-coming culinary destination.
The Carnitas Snack Shack is the place to go to PIG OUT. Burgers, flautas, fries – explore just how many food items you can pair with their savory carnitas.
Casa De La Reyes Mexican cantina offers outdoor dining in the historical Old Town in San Diego, California. Whether you are looking for brunch, lunch, dinner, or drinks - Casa De La Reyes is the place to go.
Craft and Commerce is located within walking distance from Downtown Little Italy. This hipster gastropub serves hand-crafted cocktails and farm-fresh fare.
This neighborhood market café is popular for its unique atmosphere and healthy dining options. Come for a pastry and egg breakfast and stay for a custom salad bowl lunch. While you’re there, browse through local wines, gelatos, and house made treats.
Public Market is located in the historic Liberty Station in an old Navy building, open 7 days a week. The market features vendors and artisans from all over San Diego, CA serving up a delightful array of cheeses, pasta, meats, sausages, lobster rolls, empanadas, cocktails, flowers, and more.
If you want to be like a local, visit one of San Diego’s most unique hangouts, Tiger Tiger. You’ll find bikes hanging from the ceiling, a tiger dressed in a suit, and fun art lining the walls. Delight your taste buds with craft beers on tap, a variety of appetizers and hot sandwiches.
Craving Thai food? Look no further than Bahn Thai in University Heights, San Diego. This family owned and operated restaurant serves authentic Thai dishes with no MSG added. If you can handle the spice, try the restaurants Firecracker Chicken.
Yep, you guessed it, this eatery serves up fish and beer daily. Order a Grilled Sea Bass Sandwich and a cold one while you watch the game on their big screen. Add up the savings Monday-Friday between 3-6pm during their Happy Hour.
Talk about dinner with a view! Overlook downtown San Diego’s skyline from across the bay while you enjoy seafood, chophouse fare and cocktails. You’ll capture the perfect sunset view from the waterfront restaurant.
Pop Pie Co. is just a short ride from Town and Country San Diego - known for cheerful digs, pie, coffee and beer. Diners can choose from savory to sweet delectable little pies baked to perfection!
Sushi Chef Ota opened this restaurant in 1990. Since then they have been crafting the freshest sashimi, nigiri and cut rolls. Their regulars will suggest you try their house made tamago.