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The 30 Best Restaurants in La Jolla, CA
"Best for: the viewLocation: 2550 Fifth Ave, San Diego, CA 92103Menu. Mister A’s boasts one of the best views in San Diego from their 12th floor restaurant. The restaurant welcomes foodies but photography buffs will also enjoy the expansive vista of the San Diego skyline and the Pacific Ocean."
"With roots as a jacket-required dinner room, Bertrand's has since turned to a more casual atmosphere while continuing to provide one of the best penthouse restaurant experiences in California.[Learn more]"
"2550 Fifth Ave 12th floor, San Diego, CA 92103 (619)-239-1377. Mister A’s has a lovely view of the city and the bay view. The view gets even better close to sunset."
"For good cheap eats in San Diego, head over to one of the Crack Shack’s two locations—the main one in Little Italy, or the second spot in Encinitas. Both are egg-and-chicken-themed festive lunch spots serving chef Richard Blais’s inventive and affordable dishes like the senor croque sandwich, a fried chicken with pickled fresno chiles on brioche; and Mexican poutine, featuring schmaltz fries, pollo asado, and jalapeño cheese wiz. This is a casual indoor-outdoor eatery, and you can sit by the heater if you get chilly."
"2266 Kettner Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101(619) 795-3299Check Out Their Menu Here$$ | Chicken |Casual. Watch out everyone because the Crack Shack is in town and it doesn’t play around. With the famous chef, Richard Blais at the head of the culinary team each plate is treated with the utmost care and consideration."
"Located next door to Juniper and Ivy, The Crack Shack is another of Chef Richard Blais' creations. It's comfort food thanks to locally-raised, free-range, antibiotic-free chicken and creative recipes."
"That's right, Juniper + Ivy is owned by the winner of Bravo TV's Top Chef, none other than Richard Blais. If you've seen him on TV you know that Richard is the molecular gastronomical guy - you know, the guy who likes to deconstruct and transform ingredients into new forms. Just saying because if you see things like Corn Dog or Mac N Cheese on the menu you should know upfront that the food they bring out might not exactly match your experience from the past."
"A fun and welcoming spot in the heart of San Diego, Juniper & Ivy is the ideal spot for dinner after visiting the nearby Ballast Point Brewery. Stop into this lively restaurant and..."
"This casual cafeteria-style chain serves up a wide selection of globally influenced sandwiches and salads using locally sourced ingredients. Your choice of chicken, steak, fish or falafel can be made into a sandwich, hot plate or simple salad ($11.50), and served up with plant-based sides like roasted autumn squash, plus soups including rustic chicken and roasted tomato ($5+)."
"Various locationsAll Tender Greens locations are offering bountiful grocery boxes. Think veggies, fruit, and even a morning box with all the fixings for pancakes or waffles (and coffee!) and a picnic box featuring three bottles of wine, grapes, crackers, salami, cheese, and a baguette. You can also select items a la carte to make your own personalized grocery box."
"The Red Lobster restaurant in San Diego is a part of a lively restaurant chain offering American seafood standards with a lovely New-England theme for each restaurant. Some seafood lovers prefer Red Lobster because of the similar themes found throughout all locations throughout the United States. It offers familiarity and a standardized menu so it’s easy for patrons to find their favorite dishes in any town."
"The long-standing local favorite specializes in farm-to-table gastro style eats that take diners from lunch and happy hour through to dinner. Highlights from executive chef Ronnie Schwandt’s menu include the housemade charcuterie board, Black Sheep Farms strawberry salad, and Salt Spring Island mussels. San Diego microbrews are championed too with a range of on-tap options and craft beer flights."
"If you’re looking for a farm-to-table approach to dining, Leroy’s offers a truly locavore experience!. Sit inside in their cozy dining room or on their outdoor patio where you can watch people stroll along Orange Avenue while enjoying delicious American cuisine. They feature rotating local artist’s work on their walls and have an impressive craft beer and cocktail menu."
"We had a great time visiting the Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park and actually ended up going twice while we were in San Diego. (Our reciprocal membership made this possible.) It wasn’t the largest Science Center we have been in, but it had a great collection of hands on activities for the kids – including a Lego section. Our favorite part was the Tinker Lab where the kids eyes lit up when they saw tons of cardboard and other fun materials they could use to build whatever they wanted."
"Address: 1875 El Prado, San Diego, California 92101Timings: 7pm - 10pmTickets: USD 14.95 - USD 19.95. Nothing compliments nightlife in San Diego like stargazing at Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park, which hosts 2 planetarium shows on the first Wednesday of each month. One of Fleet’s astronomers narrates the program and both programs in a day feature different hour-long topics like black holes, neutron stars, tidal forces, planets, gravitational waves and often the Milky Way galaxy."
"Founded in 1973, it was the first museum to build a planetarium and IMAX dome on site, offering its guests a wide range of entertainment options even as it educated them on scientific subjects. Other museums quickly went “hey, that’s a good idea” and copied the design, and now, you can’t throw a rock without hitting a museum dome. The good news is that the Fleet Science Center is still just as fun as it was in the ’70s."
"Therefore, it’s possible to walk into this museum to learn about California’s mission history (the museum sits on the first European settlement site in California) for free. If you did enjoy your visit and feel compelled to donated upon exit, this is possible. (Location: Presidio Park / Old Town)"
"Within Old Town don’t miss Casa de Estudillo, which is one of the few original buildings (many are reproductions), Whaley House and Museum, which is believed to be haunted and Junípero Serra Museum, literally the place where California began. You can get more information here."
"This cozy Tuscanesque cafe is as popular a hangout for surfers as it is with the more senior members of La Jolla society. Terra-cotta tiled floors, bottles of chianti, and a Roman fountain all contribute to the setting for an authentic Italian menu. Highlights include gourmet wood oven-fired pizzas, Saffron Pappardelle and House-Made Ricotta-Spinach Basil Ravioli."