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George's at the Cove
9
$$$
American
La Jolla
13 reviews
All three levels of this seaside showplace afford views of La lolla Cove, whether inside the formal dining room or out on the rooftop terrace, under canvas market umbrellas. — Michelin Guide
Addison Restaurant
9
$$$
American
10 reviews
Modern French cuisine with seasonally-inspired, four to 10-course prix-fixe menus, which may include sake-cured hamachi or Prince Edward Island mussels with chickpeas, garlic confit, and saffron — Frommer's
Whisknladle
8
$$
American
La Jolla
8 reviews
La Jolla’s Whisknladle is known for creative farm-to-table fare. — Gayot
A.R. Valentien at The Lodge at Torrey Pines
8
$$$
American
Northern Towns
7 reviews
With Chef Jeff Jackson at the helm, the restaurant aims to use the best seasonal and local produce to create its own masterpieces. — Where
NINE-TEN Restaurant & Bar
8
$$$
Burgers
La Jolla
7 reviews
Adjacent to the Grande Colonial Hotel in La Jolla, this elegant restaurant showcases the season's finest ingredients. — Gayot
Puesto
8
$$
Mexican
7 reviews
There's buzz, delicious food, and plenty of cocktails at this sit-down restaurant for a banner night out (as long as you don't mind a little noise) — Condé Nast Traveler
Camp Cucina
8
$$
Italian
Hillcrest & Balboa Park
6 reviews
"Unlike anything else in San Diego", this "swinging" Bankers Hill Italian by restaurateur Tracy Borkum is "where the cool people go" for "reliable, innovative" entrees. — Zagat
Piatti
8
$$
Italian
6 reviews
Sushi Ota
8
$$
Japanese
Pacific Beach
6 reviews
Authentic Japanese food and sushi from respected chef Ota in a sleepy part of Pacific Beach. — Gayot
Point Loma Seafoods
8
$$
American
Ocean Beach, Airport & Point Loma
9 reviews
A favorite of fisherman and locals cruising the docks, this market/restaurant has a wide assortment of fresh seafood that you can have cooked right there or packaged for you to enjoy at home — On the Grid
Juniper & Ivy
8
$$$
American
7 reviews
Modern Cali-American menu loaded with artisanal dishes—from raw seafood, pastas and small plates, to mains such as prime strip loin and local chicken served with English pea gnocchi. — Where
Bencotto Italian Kitchen
8
$$
Italian
Downtown & Coronado
5 reviews
"Bringing real Italian to Little Italy", Emilia Romagna–born chef Fabrizio Cavallini offers an "affordable" menu of "housemade everything" with a "cutting-edge" twist. — Zagat
The Marine Room
8
$$$
American
La Jolla
8 reviews
Executive Chef Bernard Guillas of Brittany and Chef de Cuisine Ron Oliver work with local produce, but never hesitate to pursue unusual flavors from other corners of the globe. — Frommer's
Ironside Fish & Oyster
8
$$
American
Little Italy
6 reviews
A Michelin-starred chef works his magic with seafood — Condé Nast Traveler
Neighborhood
8
$$
Burgers
Downtown
7 reviews
Creative updates on standard bar fare—chorizo corn dogs, goat cheese balls, and truffle buttered popcorn with parmesan—round out the menu. — Frommer's
Extraordinary Desserts
8
$$
Bakeries
Little Italy
6 reviews
Everything “looks fancy and tastes delicious” at these “busy” dessert spots famed for their “out-of-this-world” sweets, “great variety of coffee and teas”, plus a menu of savory options. — Zagat
Bankers Hill
8
$$
American
6 reviews
Seasonal cuisine and a bar scene at this neighborhood gem in Bankers Hill. — Gayot
Mister A'S
8
$$$
American
Hillcrest & Balboa Park
10 reviews
The seasonal menu is modern American with a French/Mediterranean twist (think veal medallions, bouillabaisse, and Maine lobster strudel). — Frommer's
Island Prime
8
$$$
American
Ocean Beach, Airport & Point Loma
5 reviews
This San Diego mainstay offers views of the city skyline and bay. — Gayot
JRDN Restaurant
8
$$$
American
Pacific & Mission Beaches
8 reviews
Seafood, steaks and ocean views at Tower23 Hotel. — Gayot
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