Sightsee San Diego by Air, Land, & Sea is the Ultimate Tour Sightsee San Diego by Air, land, & Sea, is the untimate San Diego city tour especially because San Diego is a coastal city, wrapped around a beautiful natural harbor. Then up and down the coastline for 20 miles in both north and south… Read more »
Dine here once and you’ll undoubtedly become a regular. The reasons are simple: the food tastes great; pretty, young, high-energy servers provide excellent service and the atmosphere is upbeat and friendly. Plus, the retro decor, which is fashioned after a 1940s railroad dining car, is sparkling new and stylish.
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 »
Phil’s BBQ, which opened its doors in 1998, has served more than one million pounds of BBQ sauce to go along with its. Serving thousands of customers a day Phil’s has built a foundation on consistency, quality, freshness and friendly service. Phil’s BBQ offers full service catering via a fleet of high tech trucks fully… Read more »
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 »
With a name like Jimmy’s Famous American Restaurant, you know its got to be good. Plus, it has a wonderful bay view of yachts moored on America’s Cup Harbor. You can either dine indoors or on a charming patio with heat lamps for after dark dining. A host of delicious meals are offered for lunch… Read more »