Lobster season is here, and with so many seafood restaurants to choose from in San Diego, it can be hard to decide where to go for the perfect dish. Where you go depends on what you’re in the mood for – fine dining? Quick bite? Hosting a party and want to order in? Here’s a short list of San Diego’s best places to eat for lobster season.
Blue Water Seafood: If Guy Fieri of “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives” loves Blue Water Seafood, so will you. The laid back atmosphere makes it easy to enjoy the Blue Water Special Beer-Battered Lobster Taco any day of the week. Located in Mission Hills; catering available.
Rolled Up: The Surf and Turf Burrito features Angus short ribs and Langostino with Rolled Up’s famous cilantro chili “Bitchin’ Sauce”. The cool decor and inappropriate quote cookies make this a favorite for a quick, inexpensive meal that’s sure to impress a date. Located in Hillcrest; take out available.
Rockin’ Baja Lobster: From Lobster Bites featuring batter friend Langostino lobster tails to the Shrimp & Lobster Bucket and Lobster Lover’s Combo, this place offers a range of shareable dishes that are perfect for large groups. Locations in Old Town, Gaslamp, Oceanside and more.
Rubio’s Coastal Grill: A fan favorite, Rubio’s Langostino Lobster dishes are back on the menu for a limited time. The Langostino Lobster Burrito features Langostino lobster drizzled with basil butter, handmade guacamole, citrus rice, black beans, creamy chipotle sauce and salsa fresca. Rubio’s also offers Langostino Lobster Enchiladas and its popular Surf & Turf Two Taco Plate. Several Rubio’s locations throughout San Diego county; catering/take out also available.
Trulucks: If you’re planning a special occasion or just need an excuse to dress up, head to Trulucks in La Jolla. Pair your favorite dish with a side of Lobster Mashed Potatoes or Lobster Bisque, or indulge in Trulucks’ South African Stuffed Lobster Tail – either way you won’t be disappointed.