Posts Categorized: American

Green Dragon Tavern & Museum in Carlsbad

Green Dragon Tavern

Enjoy a Revolutionary Dining Experience Green Dragon Tavern & Museum, 6115 Paseo del Norte, Carlsbad (760-918-2421). Open daily for lunch 11:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. ($8.95–$21.95). Happy Hour Daily 3 p.m.–6 p.m. During the week dinner is served from 4 p.m.–9 p.m. and till 10 p.m. on the weekends. ($11.95–$47.95). Sunday Brunch is served 10:30 a.m.– 2:30… Read more »

Gordon Biersch Features Beer Like It Ought To Be Paired with Delicious American Cuisine

Known internationally for their award-winning, handcrafted beers, Gordon Biersch takes pride in melding traditions that originated nearly 500 years ago with the latest craft brewing innovations. Their variety of beers are brewed on-site in small batches using only the finest and purest ingredients, including authentic Weyermann malt and Hersbrucker hops imported from Germany. The expertise… Read more »

Hob Nob Hill is Nationally Acclaimed For Serving The Best Home Cooked Style Meals in San Diego

Since 1944 this famous neighborhood restaurant (5) has been serving the best-tasting food at down-to-earth-prices with excellent service. It’s no wonder that they have received the highest acclaim locally, regionally and nationally from Gourmet Magazine and most recently The Food Network’s popular show Diners, Dive-ins and Dives hosted by famous chef Guy Fieri. With a… Read more »

Aryana Restaurant & Bar at the the Holiday Inn in Oceanside near the Marina offers Great Hotel Dining

Aryana Restaurant & Bar (6) at the Holiday Inn Oceanside Marina, is the first and only hotel in Oceanside with an on-site restaurant. It’s a delicious discovery. Don’t let the fact that the dining room is small and cozy fool you because their master chef is indeed a wizard when it comes to producing star-quality… Read more »

San Diego’s Cosmopolitan Hotel & Restaurant in Old Town Offers Superb Dining in a Historic Setting

Soon after Juan Bandini built his thatch-roofed adobe family home, 1827–29, it became the social center of San Diego. Bandini himself was often seen waltzing gracefully and elegantly across the parlor floor. In 1869, after Bandini’s death, stage master Albert Seeley purchased Bandini’s home and converted it into his family home and a hotel. When… Read more »

Sheerwater Restaurant at the Hotel Del Features Romantic Ocean View Dining in a classy Setting

Featuring an expansive outdoor dining terrace and giant fireplaces, Sheerwater is the Hotel del Coronado’s oceanfront restaurant. Offering a wide assortment of California coastal cuisine, Sheerwater creates a dynamic dining experience with seasonally inspired menu of regional specialties that emphasize bold flavor & tantalizing spices… (read more)

Babcock & Story Offers Ocean Views

Babcock & Story, often called B&S, was named after The Del’s visionary founders, Elisha Babcock and H.L. Story, two mid-western businessmen who dreamed of building a resort hotel that would be the “talk of the Western world.” Babcock & Story Bar is designed to take advantage of the spectacular seaside setting. The original 46-foot handcrafted… Read more »

San Diego Catering Concepts Is Your Full Service Catering and Event Planning Partner

San Diego Catering Concepts offers full service catering and event planning services, from rentals to décor and everything in between. For over a decade and a half, San Diego Catering Concepts has designed banquets to fit their customer’s needs, from the simplest barbecue or tailgate party to the most elegant wedding. SDCC also provides complete… Read more »

Bistro 39 is a California Bistro Classics

Bistro 39 is a favorite restaurant for locals and out-of-towners alike. Its local appeal is because the word has gotten out that it’s not hotel food. So the numerous locals living in nearby apartments, condos and single-family homes come here to dine too. Plus, their chef, who graduated from a famous culinary school, creates memorable… Read more »

Hooters is an American Original for Chicken Wings & Their Beautiful Hooters Girls

Hooters is an American original. It’s delightfully tacky and totally unrefined. Hooters is world famous for their Hooters girls and delicious-tasting Buffalo-style chicken wings, which are served with mild, medium, hot and 911 sauces. Lots of customers are sports fans who come here to eat and watch their favorite sporting events on the numerous TVs. The… Read more »

Harry’s Bar and American Grill is Where Great Drinks, Dining and Friends Meet in La Jolla

The original Harry’s Bar and American Grill (31) opened in Venice in 1931. It was a hangout of Ernest Hemingway when he was writing Across the River and into the Trees. Famous people including kings, queens and royalty have dined at a Harry’s Bar and American Grill—and so should you! This one of San Diego’s… Read more »

Jolly Roger Restaurant on Oceanside Harbor

This attractive New England-style restaurant is nestled on the edge of Oceanside Harbor. A good recommendation is the macadamia nut mahi mahi. It’s two generous, golden brown cuts that are perfectly prepared. Another winner is the seafood linguine, which is a combination of lobster, scallops and fresh fish of the day in a creamy sauce…. Read more »

Point Break Cafe is Where the Locals Dine

This casual dining destination is a favorite for locals, especially yachtsmen on Shelter Island. And it’s popularity is growing as the word gets out. Big and delicious are the two thoughts that come to mind when you take the first bite of one of their many omelets. A real crowd pleaser is their Italian breakfast!… Read more »

Bite of Boston Serves East Coast Favorites

Family-owned Bite of Boston has three San Diego-based “fast-casual” food establishments – producing a very simple and straight-forward menu of East Coast-style submarine sandwiches, Maine Lobster Rolls, North Atlantic-harvested seafood, fresh cold-cuts, and other accompanying food items to eager consumers throughout Southern California. Bite of Boston #1 (opened in June 2009) is located in the… Read more »