True Food Kitchen is a health-driven, seasonal restaurant merging nutrient-rich ingredients with a flavor-forward menu that rotates regularly to let guests experience great-tasting ingredients at the peak of their freshness. The new 9,000-square-foot True Food Kitchen in UTC offers a dining room that can seat 200 guests, plus options for dining alfresco on two outdoor patios.
The acclaimed NINE-TEN Restaurant, located at the landmark Grande Colonial hotel, has completed a $300,000 renovation. The project, designed by San Diego-based Robinson Brown Design, includes a revitalized dining room and bar, and an updated sidewalk patio dining area and ocean-view terrace.
“We went to great lengths to create a modern vibe while keeping the restaurant’s existing upscale mood,” said Terrence Underwood, general manager. “The contemporary design infuses a classic ambiance and a refined, contemporary sophistication, complementing NINE-TEN’s reputation as a culinary destination.”
The newly opened Himitsu in La Jolla is an elevated Japanese restaurant that specializes in fresh nigiri, sashimi, sushi and izakaya-style tapas inspired by Executive Chef Mitsu himself.
Bringing 17 years of experience from Sushi Ota with him, Chef Mitsu has honed his craft, and with a focus on delivering a premium service to match topnotch Japanese fare, he is dedicated to ensuring that every patron has a personalized experience tailored to their individual needs.
From the restaurateurs behind Pillbox Tavern in Solana Beach, Nautilus Tavern fills La Jolla’s niche for an elevated neighborhood bar and grill where guests can enjoy a beachy setting matched with topnotch cuisine. Complete with two spacious patios and a coastally chic environment, this promising eatery offers forward-thinking cocktails and scratch-made favorites to delight the city’s discerning palates.
A jewel over the sparkling Pacific Ocean, Eddie V’s Prime Seafood in La Jolla offers 180-degree views of the most magnificent coastal location available in San Diego. Striking architectural lines and chic modern décor are the backdrop for diners seeking a special experience. The La Jolla location is unique because it is located at the old Green Dragon Colony, La Jolla’s founding colony. This is a historic writer’s association in La Jolla. The bar area, raised above the main dining room, features a small fireplace that has been there for centuries. Continue reading Visit Eddie V’s
With the weather warming up, Herringbone La Jolla debuts a new spring menu from newly appointed Executive Chef Jessie Glessner. Growing up in Kauai, Hawaii, Chef Glessner was exposed to the idea of accentuating fresh, local produce at a young age. Embracing the relaxing atmosphere of the San Diego coast, Chef Glessner feels right at home in the Herringbone kitchen. The “fish meats field” restaurant prides itself on serving fresh seafood with local ingredients – a natural fit based on Chef Glessner’s coastal roots.