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San Diego’s Top 10 Eateries You Can’t Afford to Miss

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There is plenty to do in San Diego. When you’ve had your fill of amusement at Balboa Park, La Jolla Cove, San Diego Zoo, or the USS Midway museum, where do you go to eat? Well look no further. This is our top 10…

Nobu (


Superb interior design combines with the finest Japanese cuisine to make this the winner. There’s nothing better than retiring to the leather-clad booths, sitting on a stool and piling in to the lobster. And by the way, it’s only a couple of blocks down from Petco Park in downtown San Diego.


Dobson’s Bar & Restaurant (

This is quintessentially California, so look forward to some fusion cuisine and some more traditional dishes like mushroom risotto and oven-roasted salmon. There’s a lovely French tinge to the interior too.

Taka (

If you want sushi rolls then look no further… there is a whopping total of 40 on offer here! With some old-fashioned candlelight dining and a nice outdoor patio, this is the best place to eat in the romantic Gaslamp Quarter.

Cowboy Star (




A top-quality steakhouse-style restaurant in the East Village. The butcher’s shop next door is a nice touch to show the authenticity of the place.


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Jsix (

Around the corner from Petco Park, you won’t do much better than this if you’re doing the tourist thing. It has a great weekend brunch and kid’s menu.


O’ Brothers (

Simplicity is the key here, but the burgers are great. It’s a relaxed and family-friendly setting with counter seating and a kid’s menu.


Anthology (


I left my heart at… Anthology


Handily located by the train station and Little Italy, this classy three-level eatery really hits the spot. It has some great in-house cocktails and a range of great sharing nibbles.


Top Of The Market (

Sitting on the shore of San Diego Bay, this is a divine seafood restaurant. The food is every bit as good as the views. Be sure to check out the Maine Lobster Tail.


Filippi’s Pizza Grotto (

As you may have guessed, this is in Little Italy, and it really plays on the Italian theme with the checked red & white table cloths. Another nice touch is the Chianti bottles that have been hand decorated by previous customers.


The Neighborhood

A quaint restaurant themed as almost a speakeasy from the 1970’s serving craft beers and some of the tastiest cocktails in town. 

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