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"Eddie V’s will be serving a traditional Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings this year – complete with Brioche Sage Stuffing and hand-whipped potatoes, to name a few!. If you’re not feeling festive, you can always order from the regular menu; no one could blame you for eyeing the Chilean sea bass or lobster tacos at this well-known seafood destination in La Jolla. Both menus will be served from 11:00am-9:00 pm."
"Eddie V’s offers some of the best fine-dining in La Jolla featuing a seafood and steak menu along with a live jazz cocktail bar. What to get: reportedly, the Lobster Tacos are “to die for”. We also think the Bananas foster cake is worth a shot, particularly if you like your desserts served flambe!"
"As a seaside town, you might be expecting to try out some seafood and there is no better place than Eddie V’s. The restaurant offers fine dining with a casual vibe. Their patio offers a terrific view of the ocean and it’s not the only thing that will make you smile."
"This favorite among neighborhood locals (and not-so-locals) churns out top-notch thin-crust, Neapolitan-style pies. The 35 different pizzas on offer -- mostly with proper, Italian names -- range from margherita (the gold standard upon which any pizzeria can be measured), to pies topped with shrimp, salmon, speck, and even fried eggplant. The small dining area can get crowded, but pizzas cook in minutes, so it’s rare to have to wait very long once you’re seated."
"You may have heard San Diego’s a great place for Mexican food, but that's not quite accurate. Instead, what you're getting is Cali-Mex: an Americanized version of what you'd find south of the border."
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"If you’re craving for Mexican delicacies, you are in for a treat!. Experience authentic Mexican food at The Taco Stand."
"The DePhilippis family would like to welcome you and your family to visit our restaurants to Celebrate National Pizza... From a family line of restaurants that dates back to the 1950s, this place serves authentic Italian cuisine for all. Kids get to choose from spaghetti, ravioli, or lasagna with choice of meatball or sausage."
"Filippi’s has one thing that the others do not and that’s a freaking parking lot!. That should bring a huge smile to your face knowing you can just pull in and park versus circling the blocks like a vulture hoping someone might leave. Second, they check every box for what you think an old school Italian restaurant should be."
"Filippi’s Pizza Grotto Little Italy has used old Italian recipes in creating their dishes since 1925. They have numerous dishes on their menu. All of the dishes are prepared with the best ingredients available."
"Only a few steps from the water in Solana Beach, Wild Note Cafe is a neighborhood bistro with a friendly vibe. It's one of the most fun restaurants in San Diego. “Unrestrainable Cu..."
"If you want to reward great service, you can leave a tip for your delivery person. The tip amount is always up to you."
"For fine wine and classic bites, The WineSellar & Brasserie is the place to go in San Diego. Peruse The WineSellar's shelves for a gem of a bottle or two and try a few sips from a ..."
"Consistently ranked among OpenTable’s Top 10 local restaurants, The Brasserie is also one of the most famous restaurants in San Diego. Established in 1988, The WineSellar and Brass..."
"Consistently ranked among OpenTable’s Top 10 local restaurants, The Brasserie is also one of the most famous restaurants in San Diego. Established in 1988, The WineSellar and Brass"
"Chef/owner Carl Schroeder’s (Michael Mina and Bradley Ogden) North County restaurant has endured and thrived while remaining faithful to a hyper-seasonal cooking style inspired by local farms including the nearby Alice Waters-endorsed Chino Farm."
"Top of the Market serves contemporary American Seafood Cuisine in an upscale atmosphere. Located on North Harbor Drive in the Downtown Embarcadero neighborhood, it features breatht"
"When The Hake temporarily shuttered after a successful two-year run and move across Prospect St, the new ocean view was the main focus. It should’ve been on the new chef though, Aarti Sanghavi, whose food shows the synergy and parallels between the Indian cuisine of her heritage and the Latin stylings of The Hake’s menu. Take her superlative opah chorizo."
"Many of us have canine friends we want to get an evening walk and soak up some sun, especially if we’ve been working all day. Turns out you can have your wine and walk your dog, too!. This venue’s patio is dog friendly, so you can bring Rover and let him enjoy exploring the outside world while you explore a new Riesling."
"So head to Old Town, a festive spot filled with amazing Mexican restaurants, to toast your beach day with margaritas and burritos. Day five – A Bonus Day"
"Day 2: Old Town, The Midway & Coronado [Skip to Page] Day 3: La Jolla, the beaches, Cabrillo Point & Point Loma [Skip to Page]"