For great San Diego Restaurants Bully’s East is a winner. They are the 2012 City Beat Magazine Readers Poll winner for Best Prime Rib and the prestigious winner of the 2011 California Beef Backer Award.
Bully’s East is Famous for their Prime Rib, Fresh Seafood, Steaks and Awesome Weekly Specials.
Monday: Burger, Steak, Fries and Any Draft Beer Only $10 All Day
Tuesday: Taco Tuesday – $2.50 Carne Asada, Carnitas and Fish Tacos
Wednesday: Early Bird Special All Day
Thursday: Wine Therapy – All Bottles of Wine are 1/2 Off
Saturday & Sunday: Weekend Brunch from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Special menus are also are offered on New Years’ Eve, Valentine’s Day, Mardi Gras, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Oktoberfest, Cinco de Mayo, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
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Locals have been gathering here for four decades to enjoy this restaurant’s great steaks, fresh seafood and the most popular cocktail lounge in Mission Valley. It’s also the perfect place to view sporting events.
Since it’s establishment in 1971, Bully’s East has served more prime rib dinners than any other San Diego restaurant. And all are preparing using only USDA choice, Midwestern, corn-fed aged beef.
Prime rib lovers will be delighted that they serve prime rib in 8-oz. cuts all the way up to “Beast” that weighs in at a whopping 38-oz. Diners who can finish this impressive piece of prime rib will be invited to join Bully’s East’s Club 38 and receive a free T-shirt.
They have recently introduced a totally new burger appropriately called the San Diego Burger ($13). This monster consists of a big beef patty, carnitas, fried jalapeno, sautéed onions grilled provolone, cilantro-live mayo, lettuce, tomato, and brioche.
Their delicious yet eclectic menu offers awesome filet mignon, sizzling top sirloin, prime rib, rib eye steaks, huge porterhouse steaks, fresh seafood galore, as well as ribs and delicious chicken. If that’s not enough, they have daily specials that are so good that they taste like house favorites.
Bully’s East continues to be a longtime gathering place for professional athletes and sports officials. So don’t be surprised to see your favorite athlete at the next table.
The bar is one of the must well-stocked bars in the city and their personable bartenders are always delighted to mix up your favorite libation. A popular seat at the bar for dining is their legendary “horseshoe” low bar. You will definitely enjoy “full-service dining” at both the main bar and at their low bar.
They serve over 30 different appetizers and a Bistro Bar menu. Enhancing your dining experience are the patented cozy red leather booths. They also have nice table seating for families and large groups.
Desserts are no less spectacular. Desserts range from warm bread pudding with whiskey caramel sauce to their awesome chocolate lava cake a la mode. Top off your meal with a famous kheoki coffee. When San Diegans think of prime rib Bully’s East is their first choice.
Hours Bully’s East is Open:
Monday thru Thursday: Lunch is served 11am to 4pm, Dinner until 10pm and appetizers until 11pm.
Friday: Lunch is served 11am to 4pm, Dinner until 11pm and appetizers until 12am.
Saturday: Brunch is served 9am to 3pm and Dinner until 11pm.
Sunday: Brunch is served 9am to 3pm and Dinner until 10pm and appetizers until 11pm.
Photography by Joel Zwink, Zwink Photography.
Banquets at Bully's East
2401 Camino del Rio South
Price: Call for pricing
Bully's East has two private rooms available for banquets up to 70 people, which are perfect for banquets and group dinners. Banquets require no minimum, no deposit, no room fee, no gratuity and is open to custom menus.
Happy Hour at Bully's East
Discounted drinks & appetizers. Their Happy Hour menu details all of the liquor, beer, wine and appetizer specials.