Fun, informative and Private San Diego 1/2 Day Tours for Couples. Authoritive Tour Guide wrote 50 Guidebooks Tours of the city with the internationally acclaimed writer and publisher Barry Berndes of the SAN DIEGAN | SanDiegan.com. It’s an experience not to be miss. A testament to his knowledge of what makes San Diego tick is… Read more »
Fiddler’s Green (12), which is located on Shelter Island, is one of our city’s great San Diego Restaurants. And this reviewer, who has dined here since the 1960’s has never hand a bad meal. It stands above all of the rest for it’s classy nautical decor, congenial service and a superb menu filled with delicious… Read more »
Historic Liberty Station is also home to one of the most popular religious realms in San Diego County. With a dynamic pastor and a unique name, it has gained local, regional, national and international attention. The Rock Church is in Point Loma’s Liberty Station and is led by Pastor Miles McPherson, who is committed to sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ to all of San Diego.
Their popular full bar cocktail lounge offers a fine list of wines and domestic and imported microbrews. Yachtsmen and local residents have been dining at this nautical bayfront restaurant for more than 66 years. Come for fresh seafood, purchased directly from local fishermen, and sizzling steaks. Equal to the food is their million-dollar view of… Read more »
Bali Hai has been a San Diego favorite for seafood fine dining since 1954 because of their delicious seafood served with a breathtaking view of San Diego Bay. If you want to impress your out-of-town guests, bring them here. Entrées to rave about are their Chicken of the Gods, which has been a best seller… Read more »
For great San Diego Restaurants, Miguel’s Cocina always comes to mind. It’s so popular that they have locations in Coronado, Point Loma, Old Town, 4S Ranch in North County Inland and East Lake. They are well-known and well liked because they always use the freshest ingredients and they make everything from scratch. Plus, they serve… Read more »