Comfort Inn San Diego Hotel Circle SeaWorld Area
2201 Hotel Circle South
San Diego, CA 92108
Phone: (619) 881-6800
Fax: (619) 542-1227
2201 Hotel Circle South , San Diego, CA, US, 92108
- Phone: (619) 881-6800
- Fax: (619) 542-1227
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.
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.
Casa Guadalajara not only offers Mexican cuisine, but also makes sure you get a taste of Mexico when you dine here. Every day is a celebration, with renewed enthusiasm every single day. Located in the Bazaar del Mundo, the restaurant features a green courtyard, a complete hacienda look. The atmosphere enlivens with the Mariachis playing around the space. It has won accolades for the marvelous Mexican fare and regulars swear by the Margaritas. Tequila lime shrimp or chicken fajitas or Tacos every delight is genuinely Mexican!
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.
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.
Got a craving for Chicken Chow Mein in the wee small hours of the morning? Or maybe you just have to taste an order of Pork Fried Rice? Whatever the reason, Hong Kong fits the bill with good, down-to-earth, tasty, unpretentious fare at fair prices. Recently remodeled, regulars think they took out some of the charm, but the food remains delicious.
This popular club draws an eclectic crowd since it has different features every night that it is open. Saturday nights are popular with 20-somethings because of the 80s retro band that plays all the favorites. The tunes are loud and the atmosphere is lively, making this venue more suited for dancing than for conversation. Arrive for Happy Hour, hosted from 5p-7p, and you will get to munch on the all-you-can-eat buffet.
Originally opened in the 1930's, The Brass Rail is considered the oldest gay bar in San Diego and has seen many changes in its day. The most recent renovations bring a modern lounge feel to this historic bar. Plush raised platform seating and VIP rooms with bottle service blend with updated original fixtures such as a 1940's phone booth turned “cell phone booth” and stained glass ceilings for the perfect mix of old ambiance and modern cool. Featuring live music on Thursdays, house music on Fridays and Latin Night Saturdays, there is something for everyone.
This is a high-energy, gay dance club that attracts a huge crowd most nights of the week. If you are seeking an evening of quiet conversation, this is not the place for you. But, if you like to dance and you like a lively, interesting crowd, this is one of the best scenes in San Diego, comparable to New York or Los Angeles clubs. Bring your dancing shoes.
This night spot encourages free movement and an open environment. Their mission is "in promoting cultural unity through music, art and dance". Come move your hips and enjoy the sights.
Looking for rowdy, eccentric fun? Then this is the place for you. Good-looking and muscular men pack themselves onto the dance floor. The crowd is wild and cheerful as they dance to the DJs tunes consisting of everything from disco to techno and beyond. The clientele range from young men in their 20s to older gentlemen. A full-service bar is available, in case you want to take a refreshing break from dancing.
This club is a prime spot to hear new and cutting edge music in San Diego. Bands such as Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins and Alanis Morissette have been among the previous guests. Local bands play here as well, primarily featuring a punk-rock flavor. In addition to music, the club offers pool tables, an enclosed smoking patio, vintage pinball and video games. A stage and dance floor provides plenty of room to dance. Meanwhile, the full bar serves a long list of beverages.