The Marine Room hosts a variety of events

The Marine Room’s spectacular oceanfront views, exemplary service, and outstanding wine list make for a dining experience you won’t soon forget. Click to subscribe to The Marine Room eNewsletter for advance notice and information on upcoming events and menus.

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Upcoming Events


July 18–22 and August 17–21
Experience High Tide Dinner at The Marine Room when the tide brings the surf right up to the picture windows.

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Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. through Labor Day, Sunday, September 1st

The Marine Room kicks off a new summer tradition with our Summer Sunday Brunch. The menu includes brunch favorites like Verbena Star Anise Salmon Gravlax, Signature Crepes La Jolla, Glaze Honey Cider Brined California Turkey Breast and Patisserie treats from our pastry chef. Cost is $48 per person.

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Nightly in July
From the fourth of July to Bastille Day there is a lot to celebrate in the month of July. Enjoy a three-couse menu featuring you choice of Maryland Soft Shell Crab and Cake, Herbes de Provence Ahi Tuna, or Country Meadow Lamb Cotelette and Loin entree options. Cost is $60 per person, $85 with wine pairings.

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Tuesday, August 6th

We’re extending our Happy Hour menu into the evening in anticipation of the famous grunion run when the fish ride the tide up to the sandy beach to lay their eggs. Our unique location offers a front row view of La Jolla Shores and the opportunity to catch a glimpse from our lounge or to meet up before an evening beach excursion.

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For more information on the California grunion run, visit the California Fish and Wildlife website here:

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Wednesday, August 7th, at 6 p.m.

Join Executive Chef Bernard Guillas and Chef de Cuisine Ron Oliver for an exciting cooking demonstration where you’ll learn to tips and tricks to a three-course menu featuring Bay Scallop and Shrimp Risotto, Barbecued Hawaiian Wahoo and Bourbon Peach and Sun Dried Blueberry Crisp. Then, enjoy a three-course dinner featuring the dishes prepared earlier alongside perfectly paired wines. Cost is $75 per person including dinner and wine pairings.

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Sunday through Friday: 4 to 6 p.m.

Unwind at the end of the day with delicious local fare and the finest beachfront views at the Marine Room’s popular Happy Hour. Guests are invited to enjoy the sunset views from our comfortable lounge and explore our new gourmet small plate menu for $10 each and relax with a well cocktail or select global wine – just $8 each.

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Available nightly

Each month Chef Bernard, Chef Ron and Advanced Sommelier Lisa Redwine present a selection of three dishes that are in perfect harmony with one wine.

This month features ’11 Craggy Range Chardonnay from Kidnappers Vineyard in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. For the lovers of Chablis, this is a New World Chardonnay that is characterized by a mineral infused nose with lemon, citrus and almond shining through on the palate. It’s lifting acidity make it the perfect match for the cuisine of summer. Craggy Range is on the North Island in New Zealand and the Kidnappers Vineyard lies in the cooler region of Hawkes Bay.

Enjoy it alongside our Cypress Grove Humboldt Fog Brûlée, Blue Crab Cake or Maine Lobster Tail.


Available every Sunday and Monday night

Savor a three-course menu featuring appetizers, a choice of Lobster Tail preparations including Pistachio Butter Basted Lobster Tail, and dessert trilogy. Cost is $50 per person, $75 with wine pairing.

Three-Course Menu


Available nightly in August

San Diego’s “Most Romantic Restaurant” makes date night as simple as 1, 2, 3…an amazing view, the two of you and a three-course menu that is sure to inspire romance. Enjoy entree options of Maine Lobster, Halibut Cheeks and Cote de Boeuf. Cost is $60 per person, $85 with wine pairing.

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