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 631 Camino Del Rio S. , San Diego, CA, US, 92108

  • Phone: (619) 881-4000
  • Fax: (619) 881-4037
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3.8 out of 5 (413 reviews)
74% of guests recommend this hotel

Bars & Cafes

»Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf - Mission Valley

Born and brewed in Southern California since 1963, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® is the oldest and largest privately-held specialty coffee and tea retailer in the United States. The company has grown to be an international icon and currently has more than 800 stores in 22 countries.

925 Camino De La Reina
San Diego, CA 92108

»Fountain Café

The Cafe, located in the DoubleTree Hotel Mission Valley, has a gorgeous water fountain in its central area. A perfect location to indulge in the fine California coastal cuisine, the café's Sunday brunch is very popular with locals and tourists. The restaurant offers guests a variety of Mediterranean Cuisine. It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and is a perfect spot to unwind and recharge after a long day. It is managed by the Hilton Hotels Corporation.

7450 Hazard Center Drive
San Diego, CA 92108

»Gordon Biersch

Taking the microbrewery to another level, this restaurant includes a brewery where beers are constantly being created. Customers love the fresh-brewed German beers served here, including special seasonal brews rarely found outside of Germany. As for the food, a great vegetarian appetizer is the smoky portabella mushroom skewers with crispy polenta and salsa fresca. The fettuccini is excellent, combining andouille sausage with a cajun sauce. The Euro-techno atmosphere is a little slick to be cozy but the food and beer provide plenty of comfort.

5010 Mission Center Road
San Diego, CA 92108

»Seven Seas Café

The Seven Seas Cafe features South-Western cuisine served in bistro style. You can choose to eat breakfast, lunch or dinner, indoors or outdoors. The cafe is located in Mission Valley close to the San Diego Zoo and Sea World. The town is not far and you can also visit the beach. This Best Western Seven Seas Lodge is part of the largest Best Western Hotel in San Diego.

411 Hotel Circle South
San Diego, CA 92108

»Randy Jones All-American Sports Grill

This addition to the Mission Valley dining roster replaces the sports bar, Trophy's. The atmosphere is still heavy on wide-screen TVs and almost every seat in the house allows viewing of three or more of them at any given moment. Comfy booths line the large area, and a busy bar fills in the rest of the space. The food is classic fare, emphasizing steaks, sandwiches, and ribs, with a few more refined options thrown in for more delicate palates. The service is attentive and a cut above the usual sports-bar casualness. The steaks are generally a better value than the ribs, but the side beans are outstanding and worth ordering extra. Craft and local microbrewery beers are the beverages of choice. -deTraci Regula

7510 Hazard Center Drive
San Diego, CA 92108


People visit Charlie's for fun, food and spirits. You can play pool or simply tune into one of the seven TV monitors and catch the latest game. Charlie's serves nachos, tacos, burritos, burgers, salads and pizza. If all this fails in raising your spirits, there are video games too.

500 Hotel Circle North
San Diego, CA 92108

»P.F. Chang's China Bistro

Sophisticated and sexy decor is the background for potent drinks and 21st-century Chinese food offered at P.F. Chang's China Bistro. If the mysterious, stylish architecture of northern China intrigues you, then you will enjoy the giant horse statues holding up the eaves and the replica guardian statues displayed museum-style between the tables. The slickly trained staff makes sauces at the table and delivers extraordinary Chinese dishes. The Peking Dumplings are outstanding—best enjoyed fried and anointed with a perfect lightly spiced sauce. There is a full bar and an extensive wine list as well.

7077 Friars Road
San Diego, CA 92108

»Bourbon Street

Consistently voted best gay bar this is one of the most popular clubs in San Diego. The club celebrates alternative lifestyles and caters to upscale men who do not mind spending a little extra for the memorable environment. The decor is reminiscent of a hot club in New Orleans. Most of the folks who frequent this spot enjoy casual conversation, singing fun songs along with the piano and sipping cocktails. Expect particularly large crowds on Friday and Saturday nights.

4612 Park Boulevard
San Diego, CA 92116

»Twiggs Tea and Coffee

This place has everything. Nearly every night, live music is featured with up and coming folk singers and bluegrass musicians plying their trade. On the rare evenings when there is no music, look for poetry readings, writing seminars or even swing dance lessons. On the menu, tea and coffee in all varieties are available. The menu also offers beautiful tarts, cakes, pastries and cookies, as well as grilled panini sandwiches and salads.

4590 Park Boulevard
San Diego, CA 92116

»Parkhouse Eatery

Parkhouse Eatery is so familiar to many local diners that they use a nickname for one of the dining rooms—it is known as 'The Hearth Room'. The building that houses this restaurant was formerly a thrift shop, but has been renovated into a lively local cafe. Available seating areas include an outdoor garden patio (with a large clock, green umbrellas and tall trees), the front dining room, as well as the Hearth Room, hosting a wood-burning fireplace. The menu is vast and rather unusual. Try the Pan-Fried Pork Dumplings or Pan-Roasted Mussels.

4574 Park Boulevard
San Diego, CA 92116

»On The Border

Border towns in the time of revolutionary Emiliano Zapata probably did not look just like this, but relax and enjoy the Mexican decor and food, served with spirit and creativity at On The Border. The dining area combines booths and tables illuminated by interesting western metal light fixtures. Old photographs, signs and vaquero cowboy gear from Mexico enhance the feeling of being in a small village. Dinner focuses on mesquite fired fajitas. The OTB house margarita is an enjoyable complement to your meal.

1770 Camino De La Reina
San Diego, CA 92108

»Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf - Mission Hills

Born and brewed in Southern California since 1963, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® is the oldest and largest privately-held specialty coffee and tea retailer in the United States. The company has grown to be an international icon and currently has more than 800 stores in 22 countries.

120 West Washington Street
San Diego, CA 92101
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