Waterfront Bar & Grill
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The oldest dive bar in SD. Drinks are strong and this place is always packed, but it's worth stopping in for a drink or two.
This always dive bar holds the title as San Diegos longest running institution. Go here if your feeling it's a cheap beer and shot kind of night.
The Waterfront is located in Little Italy and actually claims the oldest liquor license in San Diego, opening just days after Prohibition ended on December 5th, 1933. In its early days, it was a hangout for fishermen, whose photographs still hang on the walls. One of the two original owners,…
“Eatery for handcrafted cocktails & a creative menu of American dishes with some global flare.”
“This is one of the oldest breakfast spots in San Diego. We love this historic diner style restaurant and bakery. They serve classic American breakfast items and baked goods. Expect generous portions of comfort foods and old diner charm. This is walkable though it may be a bit of a hike, we usually take scooters. It does get quite busy later in the morning but it’s open at 7 so we recommend going a bit earlier to avoid a wait especially on weekends. ”
“Relatively new restaurant so not a lot of reviews but its really terrific. Great seafood, super interesting menu and easy to get into as it hasn't yet been discovered. ”
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“From organic produce and products, bread and wine to kombucha on tap and freshly made sauces from the restaurant next door, you can't go wrong!”
“Mona Lisa's has a large variety of Italian food that we recommend, from their Chicken Parmesan Sub to their authentic three cheeses pizza. Overall they have a great selection and are walking distance from our Hotel”