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Romantic Dinner Under $25 a person? San Diego/ Julian...

terramassu Jul 11, 2013 06:03 AM

Hi!

I'm planning to visit Julian for its famous pies and then heading to San Diego for dinner.

Price: Looking for a dinner for less than $25 a person.

Vibe: A place with hype that lives up to it, or a place that would be romantic for a date- i.e. scenic views, good food, place to talk. We could do a very low-key hole in the wall, to a nicer place. Doesn't matter.

Location: Willing to drive to anywhere in SD or Julian.

Food type: Any except BBQ.A few Ideas: Seafood/ Fresh, local/ Mediterranean/ American/ French/ Mexican/ Sushi...

Thanks!

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  1. Beach Chick RE: terramassu Jul 11, 2013 06:08 AM

    Jeremy's on the hill in Wynola/Julian is excellent.

    www.jeremysonthehill.com

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      terramassu RE: Beach Chick Jul 11, 2013 06:00 PM

      This looks very promising. Thanks! I will look into it!

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      cstr RE: terramassu Jul 11, 2013 07:32 AM

      The Wine Vault maybe a good choice in your price range, they have good 3 course prix fixe offering.

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        terramassu RE: cstr Jul 11, 2013 05:59 PM

        Thanks for the rec! I just noticed on the website they are closed on Sundays! Forgot to mention that we are planning to go on a Sunday.

      2. terramassu RE: terramassu Aug 17, 2013 06:09 PM

        We ended up at Salerno winery for lunch and they have wine tasting as well as freshly baked bread and pizza. You can take a tour of the vineyards, and they have provocative statutes throughout the parking lot. It's a down to earth feel, but friendly service. The pizza dough was a nice blend of crispy and chewy with that refreshing tomato basil topping.

        1. terramassu RE: terramassu Aug 17, 2013 06:18 PM

          Also had Julian Pie co. Lives up to the hype. Nicely spiced with cinnamon, the flavor of the apples were highlighted, and is had the right amount of sweetness. I ate the whole pie. Didn't regret it one bit.

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