SD restaurants

Discussion in 'Fishing and Hunting Cooking Recipes' started by Mickeyfin, May 24, 2006.

  1. Mickeyfin

    Mickeyfin Mickeyfin

    Location:
    santa monica,ca.
    Name:
    Mickeyfin
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    any word on the Little Italy restaurants and of course the good seafood choices? Spending a weekend at Humphrey's

    thanks, Mickeyfin:)
     
  2. blowboater

    blowboater Fishing with Papa

    Location:
    san diego
    Name:
    Joel
    Boat:
    35' cheoy lee - Sold
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    I'm a big fan of Buon Appetito and the bar scene attached to it.
     
  3. crazetuna

    crazetuna Newbie

    Location:
    Chula Vista, Ca
    Name:
    Joel
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    Filippi's Pizza Grotto
     
  4. paddler

    paddler Newbie

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    San Diego
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    Mark
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    The "Waterfront" has great hamburgers. It is a pretty cool bar, it used to be the hangout for fisherman back in the jackpole days and has a lot of great old fishing pictures on the walls. They also play a video of the old jackpole fishing trips from time to time on the tv by the bar. It is supposed to be the oldest continuously running bar in San Diego.

    Mark
     
  5. Surfdoc

    Surfdoc The finger in the Dyke!

    Location:
    Bahia Asucion BCS
    Name:
    Stan
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    Mx Panga, MOJAC
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    Second on the Waterfront.. great Cheeseburger.. make sure they add grilled onions and mushrooms!

    Cold brew and great photos... haven't been there for a few years since the area has built up...
    Hard to park the truck down there...

    But see it everytime I drive down to the Landings!
     
  6. Mark66

    Mark66 Member

    Location:
    NCSD
    Name:
    Mark
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    27' Cat
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    Fish Market Rest. has a pretty good oyster bar to hang at and pretty tasty food...
     
  7. WreckinBall

    WreckinBall The sober one

    Location:
    Way up in the IE
    Name:
    Jerry
    Boat:
    Island Tak, Prowler, RRIII, TG80, Royal Star, etc....
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    Outstanding grub in that joint. Everything on the menu is better than it should be.
     
  8. Sherrita

    Sherrita Steve

    Location:
    Pt Loma
    Name:
    Steve Perry
    Boat:
    32' Blackfin
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    Pt Loma Seafood - ask anybody at the party boat area !!!
     
  9. jstcrzyengh

    jstcrzyengh Newbie

    Location:
    Orange county
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    James
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    I always enjoyed Anthonys Fish Grotto and try to get in there whenever I make a non fishing trip down to SD...
     
  10. Kingfish

    Kingfish Member

    Location:
    El Cajon
    Name:
    Jim
    Boat:
    Sold !
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    I didn't know that PT Loma Seafood was located in Little Italy.
     
  11. aclemieux

    aclemieux Back to basics.

    Location:
    Winslow, Maine
    Name:
    Adam
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    Seaswirl Striper 2301WA; Ustafish: USS Pasadena SSN 752
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    Right around the corner from Humphries, corner of Scott St & Canon, "La Scala". My favorite restaurant, period.
     

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