The Cottage is known for fun California cuisine. The building was constructed in the early 1900s and moved to its present location in the mid-teens. ... More
The Cottage is known for fun California cuisine. The building was constructed in the early 1900s and moved to its present location in the mid-teens. It was renovated into its current incarnation in the mid-1980s. Their signature breakfasts are very popular - the morning menu includes omelettes, benedicts, and waffles. Don't miss their Buttermilk Coffee Cake! The lunch menu offers selections such as Shrimp Pesto Pasta, Foccacia Chicken Panini, and Crispy Capellini Crab Cake. They also serve dinner from Memorial Day to Labor Day, so please check before venturing.
This trendy spot is frequented by La Jolla locals, who rave about the atmosphere as much as the cuisine. Named
after a trendy nightclub district in Tokyo, the restaurant uses the ancient art of Feng Shui to create a ...
You may not see this restaurant's name plastered on many La Jolla tour guides, but this cozy spot is a
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Nine Ten, located a few blocks from the La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, offers an interesting Californian dining experience.
It is a popular venue for business lunches and social meetings too. Start your day with the breakfast that ...