The Best of San Diego Dining Scene
Visit the heart of Kensington for a taste of France with Owner and Chef Ken Irvine’s Bleu Boheme. Designed to reflect the traditional French eatery of a bygone era, the Bleu Boheme dining room is rustic and inviting. Exposed beam ceilings and pale stone walls are complemented by simple furnishings and understated accent pieces. The ever-evolving daily menu serves as an art installation of sorts, as it is scribed on a wall-sized chalk board. Guests cozy up in the intimate dining room and peruse the classic menu that includes such specialties as Coq au Vin, Escargot a la Portugaise, and Moules Frites. In addition to its well orchestrated dinner menu, Bleu Boheme also serves brunch on the weekends and features lunch daily. Chef Irvine is continually improving upon his already inspired menu, ensuring guests always enjoy fresh flavors and intriguing combinations.
Fresh Crumbs are the tidbits at the table—conversation topics, recent news, upcoming events. In this new addition to our website, we keep abreast of the latest “crumbs” to help you get the most out of your next dining experience. See what crumbs our writers have uncovered lately!
- Bertrand at Mister A's Now Serves Brunch
One of San Diego's beloved dining destinations, Bertrand at Mister A's, will be serving brunch starting on April 7th. Read more to learn about menu options and why don't want ... more
- Have You Heard About Zuupo?
- Fresh on the scene, Zuupo Restaurant Delivery is possibly the most innovative dining service available in San Diego. Offering premium food delivery with no minimum ... more
- Discover Nobu San Diego
- A new restaurant review has recently been published for Nobu. A global success, Nobu spread to the Gaslamp Quarter in 2007, occupying prime real estate ... more
- Hidden San Diego: Local Speakeasies
- While some bars are perfect for walk in party time, others are quite a bit more exclusive, sometimes even hidden away behid secret doors. In ... more
San Diego Restaurant Reviews
Surf and sun dominate San Diego. However, many farms, craft breweries and vineyards can be found within the city limits of America's Finest City. To go along with the amazing weather and agriculture is some very noteworthy food. Chefs take their time to do food the right way, with the right seasonal and local ingredients. Fine French cuisine, American eateries, Italian, gastropubs, Mexican, Asian and contemporary Californian food can all be found in abundance in almost every neighborhood. San Diego has always been a destination point for vacations, but it's quietly becoming a destination point for its food. Read-up on the newest and best places to dine that our writers have fell in love with.
User Name: Robert
Review Title: MERRY CHRISTMAS
As always, a great overall experience. We will return soon.
Restaurant: Chart House
User Name: John
Review Title: CHART HOUSE REVIEW
The food preparation and pricing was very good despite the long wait of a half hour to be seated beyond our reservation time. I noticed a lot of people were waiting as well; that shouldn't happen.
User Name: Patrick
Review Title: The Prado is awsome !!
Excellent food and atmosphere. We were taken to our table at the time of our reservation. The flatbread and hummus were excellent, our soup and salad were exceptional and our entres were amazing. Beautiful place to bring friends and family from out of town....An even better place for a romantic dinner !!! Enjoy !!!