Celebrate Father’s Day At Liberty Station

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With all the flavors and tastes of the world in one spot, look no further than Liberty Station for your Father’s Day dinner, lunch or brunch. This foodie paradise offers cuisine of all kinds, from authentic Italian to traditional sushi, not to mention the mecca of delectable eateries at Liberty Public Marketranked in the top 20 food halls in the United States.

So what can you find at Liberty Station? An easier question might be what can’t you find. Checkout a few of these fun dining options for Father’s Day at this culinary hub.

Foodie Food Hall – Visit San Diego’s first true food hall and select from the dozens of eateries in the Liberty Public Market. Peruse the many options and try a lobster roll from Wicked Maine Lobster or a Mediterranean-style wraps, plates and mezes from Meze Greek Fusion.

Seafood Stops – Aloha! Stop by POKÉ 1•2•3 for traditional Hawaiian-style poké bowls with options like ahi tuna, salmon, organic tofu, shrimp, octopus and even chicken! If you’re feeling adventurous, try one of their “norittos” – poké rolled into nori seaweed burrito-style! For exotic Japanese dishes and fresh sushi, check out SUSHIYA or try Ikiru Sushi.

Italian, Anyone? – Enjoy authentic Italian cuisine at Solare Ristorante, whose Chef Accursio Lotà recently won Best Chef at Barilla’s Pasta World Championship in Italy! Or dine on classic entrees at Officine Buona Forchetta and try their two-foot-long ‘pizza al metro.

American Classics – With a twist – Try Breakfast Republic’s tasty takes on classics like their banana split French toast or mushroom n’ pesto eggs benedict. Visit Soda & Swine for sliders and classic sides or stroll over to Dirty Birds sports bar and take your pick from more than 37 flavors of wings.

Cheers! – To tasty seasonal cocktails in the Mess Hall Bar or the infamous San Diego beer scene at Stone Brewing World Bistro and Gardens. If you’re looking for a healthier option, check out Nekter Juice Bar for juices, smoothies and acai bowls or stop by Point Loma Tea  and pick up some specialty teas and tea sets.

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