WithSan Diego Restaurant Week rolling out across the Californian city it's the perfect excuse to round up some of the city's finest dining destinations.
Here's a pick of the best restaurants to try out when you're in town, whatever the occasion. From swanky steak houses to modern and thoughtful fare, you'll soon discover there are plenty of dining options to be found in "America's finest city."
This swanky two storey steakhouse with plush leather boots and plenty of brass and marble accents comes complete with a sumptuous steak driven menu, from prized Wagyu beef grilled on Japanese charcoal to classic favourites like Tournedos Rossini and Steak Diane.
If you're looking for a crowd pleaser this three in one should hit the mark - restaurant, winery, and brewery all in one. An open plan kitchen lets diners watch the chefs work their magic on modern dishes executed with a French spin.
The Cork and Craft, 16990 Via Tazon, San Diego, CA, 92127 Website
Going all out - try chef William Bradley's innovative food. He was trained by Thomas Keller and the magic seems to have rubbed off. The wine collection's worth a visit too, boasting some 36,000 bottles under the management of sommelier Elizabeth Huettinger
5200 Grand Del Mar Way • San Diego, CA 92130Website
Nine-Ten Restaurant and Bar
Hotel restaurants can get a bad press as an afterthought, but this one is that boasts being a destination in its own right. Executive chef Jason Knibb serves up precise and unpretentious California cuisine in plush surroundings.