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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.
The Crack Shack in Little Italy is where to go to a really good fried sandwich on a huge patio.
Cantina Mayahuel in North Park serves every type of tequila and mezcal imaginable, along with simple Mexican food like tacos and tortas.
Temp By Cosecha in Chula Vista is where to go for seasonal dishes, a big selection of wine and sake, and a very boozy brunch.
It’s Raw Poke Shop in Ocean Beach is where to go for authentic poke and chicken long rice.
Blind Lady Ale House in Normal Heights serves really good pizza and more beers than you could ever consume in a lifetime.