Your Top 5 restaurants in downtown San Diego?
Which places make your list for the best (however you define it) restaurants in downtown San Diego?
Here's mine (in no particular order):
According to my memory when I worked on some relevant projects, in the early '90s Little Italy, then still a (fading) fishing district, was called Middletown and/or Harborview and was not considered part of downtown. I believe that the creation of "Little Italy" was a marketing move driven by real estate considerations, as was the official creation on city maps of "South Park" in 1999 (a Golden Hill secessionist movement due to South Park's higher home values/lack of Huffman six-packs).
honkman and mcgrath are spot on with their choices..
Top of the Market at the Fish Market Downtown..oyster bar and sushi bar
Dobson's...mussel bisque en croute..sublime
Starlite for drinks and late night
I would add in the greater San Diego area..
Kitchen 1540 at L'Auberge Del Mar
Addison or Amaya at Grand Del Mar
Tender Greens and Session Public
Anyone been lately to Delicias in RSF?
Ipsy...whatcha doing slumming in SD...taking over for Swift Justice Judge Jackie Glass..
; - )