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Restaurants on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives San Diego, CA
"The North Park tasting room is open for curbside pick-up delivery of cans, crowlers and growlers. Local same day delivery available Thursday - Saturday for orders placed by noon. along with shipping anywhere in California."
"When you come to this brewery, you’re not just getting a tasting room — you’re also getting an incredible beer garden that you’ll want to stay in all afternoon. Established in 1989, this beer brewing company exemplifies the Southern California lifestyle with its refreshing brews and laid-back atmosphere. It’s also credited as being one of the first breweries to kick off the craft beer scene in San Diego."
"Karl Strauss Brewing is one of the oldest San Diego breweries on the block!. Starting back in the mid 80’s, Karl Strauss has been leading the craft beer scene before it became popular. Their craft brews have received many gold medals, including the famous Red Trolley Ale (which has been award 11 gold and 5 silver medals)."
"Opening in 2012, Societe Brewing Company quickly made a name for itself by winning West Coaster’s Best Brewery award in 2014 and 2016. Its picture-perfect IPAs like The Pupil, one of BeerAdvocate’s top beers, and The Coachman, a 2015 gold medal-winning session IPA at the Great American Beer Festival, that stoke the engine of this San Diego brewery. Most recently, we were stoked on Societe’s new collab with Pizza Port Brewing Co."
"With over 500 excellent reviews on Yelp, Societe Brewing is one of the best local breweries in San Diego. The brewery has an open design, allowing for a large group to comfortably fit on their community bench tables. Many visitors like their Belgian style beers and the Pupil medium-bodied IPA."
"Port Brewing Company is known for making quality, classic California craft beers, but the The Lost Abbey is all about paying homage to traditional Belgian brews — all the way down to the medieval monks who used to make them. This brewery is steeped in church themes, having named one of its locations The Confessional. It’s most popular for its sour Duck Duck Gooze, Framboise de Amorosa, and Deliverance (a blend of brandy and one of their stout brews)."
"2007 San Elijo Ave., Cardiff 92007 Lost Abbey’s Cardiff tasting room, cheekily named The Confessional, serves beers from its namesake, as well as from Port Brewing and The Hop Concept. One fan raved about the fact that visitors can grab food from the pizza place next door or from Seaside Market for the perfect beer accompaniments."
"The Lost Abbey, Port Brewing, and The Hop Concept will be offering delivery to all of California through their website."
"Craft beer lovers will recognize Stone Brewing since their brews are distributed not only around the country, but around the world. Hailing from San Diego, Stone Brewing has been making beer for over 10 years and is the largest brewery in Southern California. Their Arrogant Bastard Ale became so popular, they created a separate brewing company for it."
"Try the “impossible” sandwiches and salads with a cold beer at Stone Brewing. The kitchen serves up traditional pub fare, like bangers and mash or Bavarian pretzels. Customers love the Ruination and Amber Wave Oatmeal IPA, just to name a couple of the preferred brews available."
"Both of Stone’s expansive locations, in Liberty Station and Escondido, offer kid friendly environments where hip parents can sit back and enjoy a cold beer while the little ones run around and play games in the garden. The kid menu may not feature a lot of standard kid food (no chicken nuggets here!) but it’s perfect for little foodies in the making."
"Stone Brewing World Bistro and Gardens is almost an attraction in itself. Sure, it's San Diego's largest craft brewery but there is much more to it than delicious beer. It's family-friendly by day."
"If you’ve ever driven down Bonita Road on a weekend, you may have seen a massive line outside of Holy Paleta. We visited their second location which serves up all the Miami vibes!. They offer a wide selection of all-natural, handcrafted paletas which make for a perfect afternoon snack on a warm San Diego day."
"They're not technically ice cream, but they're still very worthy of a mention here!. Holy Paleta's handcrafted pops are made with all-natural ingredients and full of delicious toppings. Bold, inventive and exciting flavors range from kid-faves Strawberry Lemonade and Watermelon to Chamango on a Stick!"
"When you’re craving nostalgia along with your butter pecan, head down to this beloved National City ice cream parlor. Their website proudly proclaims they make ice cream in the same outdated, inefficient manner they did when they opened in the 1940s: in freezers. They have a wide variety of chocolate flavors, sherbets, sorbets, coffee flavors, fresh and fruity flavors and creative creations."
"Founded in 1948, Neiderfrank’s still uses their original 10-gallon batch freezer to turn out their classic butterRum pecan and more unique flavors like Kahlua krunch. While their main location is located in National City, you can find their ice cream all around San Diego including The Daily Scoop and Big Kahuna’s."
"National City’s answer to the old school ice cream parlor is Niederfrank’s, San Diego’s oldest ice cream manufacturer. Established in 1948, the shop still serves up small batch ice cream. Go here for avocado, macadamia nut toffee, cinnamon and Kahlua krunch."
"Kearny Mesa, Mira MesaYou’ve probably seen Insta-photos of SomiSomi’s gorgeous ah-boong—Korean fish-shaped waffle cones stuffed with nutella, custard, red bean or taro, topped with soft-serve in flavors like ube, black sesame, matcha or milk tea, and showered in crumbles or sprinkles. Also popular are taiyaki, aka warm Japanese fish-shaped pancakes filled with your choice of taro, custard, red beans, and more. How to order:Limited seating is available on a first-come basis."
"Somi Somi offer irresistible Korean-inspired soft serve in ornate fish-shaped cones that are as pretty on the eye as they are tasty. You’ll find their locations all across Southern California, but nothing beats walking down a sunny San Diego street with one of their creations in your hand."
"Journey off the beaten ice cream path and try a new and delicious frozen treat at SomiSomi. Known as Ah-Boong in Korea, this Taiyaki soft serve is a culinary art form. Start by choosing between four flavors (or get a swirl) of: True Milk, Ube, Black Sesame or Matcha."
"I use to like this buffet but it has gone downhill recently. There is another choice in Pacific Beach that is way better."
"Partake in the traditional Churrasco without boarding a plane to Brazil. Skewers of meat are slow-roasted over a mesquite flame after being marinated in simple seasonings. The meat waiter will slice it freshly off the skewer until you throw in the towel."