Our 25 favorite places to eat and drink in San Diego.
Super Cocina in City Heights serves homey Mexican classics, like pozole and smothered enchiladas.
Himitsu is a sushi restaurant in La Jolla that sources the highest quality fish and has a great plant-lined patio.
Nomad Donuts is where to go in North Park for unusual donut flavors, like blueberry lavender and ube taro.
Addison in Carmel Valley serves French-Japanese tasting menus, has a huge wine list, and is San Diego’s fanciest restaurant.
Ceviche House in Old Town serves a variety of fresh seafood dishes, including tiradito, tostadas, and, of course, ceviche.
Dija Mara in Oceanside is where to go for really good Indonesian food, a great beer and wine selection, and a super relaxed vibe.
Galaxy Taco in La Jolla serves high-end versions of classic Mexican street tacos and a variety of really good cocktails.
Wrench & Rodent Seabasstropub in Oceanside serves less traditional takes on sushi, including sashimi and rolls, along with a great omakase.
Trust is a neighborhood restaurant in Hillcrest that’s known for their wood-fired grill, wide selection of wines, and great atmosphere.
The Grass Skirt is a modern tiki bar in Pacific Beach that serves a variety of umbrella drinks, along with burgers, pork buns, and kimchi fried rice.