Tucked away on the busy drag of Rosecrans Street, a quaint café can be found boasting healthy plates, vegan wraps and exotic flavors.
Between the tall buildings and crowded streets of San Diego’s downtown area, Richard Walker’s Pancake House is ready to serve piping-hot, award-winning baked apple pancakes and other savory breakfast dishes for the hungry patron. The menu has a contemporary collection of pancakes, crepes and waffles as well as a variety of egg plates and omelets.
Imagine a fast food restaurant with mouthwatering food that is 100 percent free from any fish, dairy, meat and animal products.
Buddies Burgers is San Diego State’s version of In-N-Out Burger. However, with a vast assortment of fresh toppings, soft toasted buns, juicy patties and perfectly beer-battered fries, this restaurant gives its rival burger joint a run for its money.
Khaled Waleh, owner and operator of Zia Gourmet Pizza, believes food is more than just nourishment.
Pizza elitists take note: A short drive south into the heart of downtown Chula Vista is the home of the best pie in all of San Diego.
Starlite, star bright, this restaurant and bar does it right.
Somewhere along the sprawling stretch of South Park is Hamilton’s Tavern, a local pub boasting as many returning customers as it does beer taps hanging down from the ceiling.
Fall down this rabbit hole into a downtown fantasyland of dream-like proportions.
Rarely busy but always delicious, Fattoush is one of the best dining options in all of Rolando.
There is nothing like the comfort of “la vie Française” while sipping a cappuccino in a tiny red-roofed café near the Galarie Lafayette in Paris. That is, until stepping foot in Au Revoir Bistrn 16.
There are a lot of delicious berries in this world. Some you snack on, a few work well in cereal and oatmeal, others can be baked into piping-hot pies, but only one is going to offer that sinfully delicious dessert while not straying into the naughty side of confectionary foods.