Comfort Inn & Suites San Diego - Zoo SeaWorld Area
2485 Hotel Circle Pl.
San Diego, CA 92108
Phone: (619) 881-6200
Fax: (619) 297-6179
2485 Hotel Circle Pl., San Diego, CA, US, 92108
- Phone: (619) 881-6200
- Fax: (619) 297-6179
Bars & Cafes
This tiny tasting bar is tucked into the rear of Fiesta del Reyes plaza, and can be easy to miss. However it qualifies as one of the great cheap thrills of Old Town. The tasting bar is the outlet of the local traditional winery and horse ranch of the same name, and the odds are good that the cowboy behind the bar will be a family member of the owners. A glass of chilled Sangria freshly made throughout the day with one of their own premium wines is a great value. Or you can try an inexpensive tasting flight of multiple wines and receive a free souvenir glass! -deTraci Regula
Cosmopolitan Restaurant signifies the meeting point of the old and the new cultures of the Old Town from Mexican favorites, American Grill to seafood. The restaurant serves daily lunch and dinner and Sunday brunch. Every dish is freshly prepared with the fresh ingredients and produces and beautifully presented. It not only looks good but also tastes delicious, that you just can't feel but happy at such a gorgeous meal. The menu changes every season and it seems their children's menu has become a hit among the little ones. The Cosmopolitan has retained its old worldly charm with its 1870's decor, heated orchard patio with evening fire bar surrounded by fruit and olive trees, fresh herbs and grape vines, and saloon menus. The restaurant is truly a blend of the Mexican and American cultures, both old and new, and it surely enchant you not only with its historical charm but also with its delectable food, fine drinks and good service.
O'Hungry's is a wildly popular restaurant and bar with a few gimmicks up its sleeve, like the yard-long beer served in a glass tube (the tourists go wild). There is a guitarist most nights of the week. The clientele is varied, but tourists, Navy officers and college students have been known to mingle together. In addition to the yard-long beers, there is a full bar. The menu includes lentil soup, sandwiches, burgers and more.
Old Town Mexican Cafe is a lively Old Town restaurant serving unique Mexican food for twenty years. Both locals and tourists flock here for great food at low prices. There are daily specials, an array of upscale tequilas decorating the lively bar area, and cheerful service. The Chile Rellenos are the best in town and the Chile Verde Pork Burrito will haunt your dreams. No reservations are accepted; expect a long wait on weekend nights.
A sturdy, spicy meal offered here is the Chimichange de Pollo, a deep-fried flour tortilla wrapped around chicken and topped with melted cheese, chile sauce and tomatillo-jalapeno salsa. Not sure about spicy Mexican food? A good compromise is the Carne Asada Plate, flavorful sirloin steak quick-seared and served with refried beans, Mexican rice and guacamole. Ten different beers on draft, a full bar and appetizers are available in the Coyote Cantina or served to your table. Patio dining puts you in the middle of Old Town shoppers and gawkers. Cafe Coyote opens at 7.30am daily.
Located in San Diego's Historic Old Town, The San Diego House is housed within a Spanish adobe. They sell various coffees and teas, as well as various packages of whole bean coffees and loose leaf teas. Many of their coffees and teas are imported from all over the world, including premium altura beans grown in Mexico's highlands. They also offer a wide selection of pastries and old fashioned sodas, among which Sarsaparilla is a common item. - Erick Pettersen
Predictably surrounded by Mexican restaurants in San Diego's Old Town, Great Wall Cafe thrives because of its attentive staff and attention to detail. Gourmet meals prepared by its Hong Kong trained chef range from the traditional choices of Chop Suey and Chow Mein to the exceptional Szechuan Curried Chicken or Shrimp and Scallops. Great Wall Cafe is highly touted by local food critics.
A genuine Spanish-era adobe ranchero house is home to this popular restaurant in Old Town, where San Diego began. Inside the restaurant, soft adobe-colored walls are picked out with bright murals in a patio atmosphere complete with a waterfall. Lobster tops the menu, prepared Puerto Nuevo style with a sprinkle of spices. Try lobster melts or lobster tacos. Happy Hour in the Cantina runs 3pm-7pm Monday-Friday and offers discounted appetizers and drink specials.
This is part of the El Agave Restaurant, a great Mexican place. The whole establishment is charming and upscale with comfortable seating and a staff that is friendly and helpful. (They will tell you more than you ever wanted to know about tequila.) With more than 500 brands, this is truly the place for tequila lovers.
Featuring cutting edge live music, this is a popular hot spot in Old Town San Diego. In fact, when this place was known as Spirit Club, it hosted the then-unknown band called R.E.M. The stage continues to seek talent in rock, blues and alternative modes of music to provide live entertainment for San Diego locals and tourists. With a varying entertainment schedule, guests are advised to call for previews of upcoming entertainment on the telephone hotline. A full cash bar is available.
If you like to dance and party all night long, then Spin is the place for you. The club houses three levels, five rooms, four bars, pool tables and a rooftop smoking patio that overlooks downtown. One of the rooms features the latest hip-hop tunes. The club's big screen video and monitor walls and laser lighting give the effect of being at a rave. The warehouse-esque building adds to the modern atmosphere. Not suitable for quiet conversation, this club is for the lively party crowd.
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.