You may not see this restaurant's name plastered on many La Jolla tour guides, but this cozy spot is a favorite among long-time La Jolla residents. In ... More
You may not see this restaurant's name plastered on many La Jolla tour guides, but this cozy spot is a favorite among long-time La Jolla residents. In fact, the restaurant is one of those well-kept secrets that locals have known about for years, but tour guides have yet to discover. This adorable restaurant hosts outdoor patio dining, as well as indoor seating by the fireplace. Try the Filet Mignon, served with Prosciutto potatoes and leek fondue. Northern Halibut is another customer favorite, complete with potato croquettes and herb salad. Wine is available by the glass or bottle.
Forget the great location, the food is comforting and vibrant.
It's classic American over the top with style!
Breakfast and Lunch are are well constructed with approriate attitude and charm.
Food that exceed expectations.
A shaded ocean view terrace offers more of the same with an old picket fence to help bring it all home.
Surf's up here.
A definite Breakfast/Brunch place to check out in La Jolla!
By A Yahoo Contributor, 2/25/05
Some friends and I went here while visting San Diego. It is an a great location and is so cute and quaint!
The food is incredible. They have some different recipes and they all are excellent. The best grilled potatoes I have ever had!
When you go here, you must take a walk down by the beach and over to the Cove to see the seals! The views all around here are incredible!
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