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Comfort Inn San Diego At The Harbor

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 5102 N. Harbor Drive , San Diego, CA, US, 92106

  • Phone: (619) 223-8171
  • Fax: (619) 222-7330
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4.2 out of 5 (234 reviews)
81% of guests recommend this hotel


»Pizza Nova

If you love pizza, but you are tired of the usual toppings, Pizza Nova will undoubtedly become your pizzeria of choice. Its wood-fired gourmet toppings are absolutely delicious and original sauces include barbecue, Thai and Santa Fe. A hands-down favorite is the Thai Shrimp or the Thai linguini. There is also a full menu of tasty pasta dishes. If you call ahead the staff will save you a table overlooking the marina.

5050 North Harbor Drive
San Diego, CA 92106

»Restaurant At The Pearl

There are times when you crave for a stylish venue, royal treatment, over-the-top hospitality, chic dining and the works! If today is such a time, walk right into Restaurant At The Pearl located at the Pearl Hotel. Savor the taste of a global, continental cuisine, wonderful decor, impeccable service! Crispy Macadamia Finfish, Lemon and Rosemary Free Range Chicken are exceptionally good! Restaurant at The Pearl also features an intimate bar area to season your palate as you await those fantastic creations from the Pearl Kitchen. You are having such a great time, you don't want the night to end? Go for the Play and Stay option and choose to stay the night at the Pearl Hotel.

1410 Rosecrans Street
San Diego, CA 92106

»Point Loma Seafoods

Watch the sport-fishing boats unload while you enjoy some of the freshest seafood in the world. This is one of the favorite hangouts for the locals. You can order Shrimp Louie, fried clams, fish plates, oysters, mussels and lobster. Lean, brightly-lit counters offer all types of tantalizing items and you can choose from a wide selection of beer and wine. The outside patio dining area is a perfect place to enjoy your "catch" and watch all of the dockside activities. Credit cards are not accepted.

2805 Emerson Street
San Diego, CA 92106

»The Galley at H&M Landing

The food is great and so are the boat and people watching. This "little" place is located on the boardwalk next to H&M Landing, one of the busiest sport-fishing docks on the West Coast. Seating consists of five outside stools that overlook the sport-fishing boats. If you are late catching your boat, order the Grab & Go sub. If time permits, enjoy fresh soup, salad, cold beer or a glass of wine. Other items are grilled Panini subs, breakfast sandwiches, malts, shakes and smoothies.

2803 Emerson Street
San Diego, CA 92106

»Miguel's Cocina

You will not find "Mexican lite" served here. Instead, good soul-satisfying Mexican food here at Miguel's Cocina. You will find enchiladas smothered with sauce and cheese, as well as tostada supremes laden with sour cream and guacamole. Do not forget to ask for the special "white sauce" with the chips and salsa that all the locals do! With good food, friendly service and a full bar, this small restaurant has become a San Diego favorite. Without reservations, expect to wait an hour on weekend nights.

2912 Shelter Island Drive
San Diego, CA 92106

»Fiddler's Green

Located in Point Loma near Shelter Island, Fiddler's Green offers a view of the Pacific Ocean along with all of the best that San Diego offers. Inside, Fiddler's Green is filled with various nautical items that celebrate those sailors who once used fids (a splicing tool once used by seamen to repair their lines), model ships, and beach scenery. Consisting of a menu of steak, seafood, pasta, and other items, Fiddler's Green offers traditional American cuisine. Among their less traditional dishes, guests can begin with a grilled chicken quesadilla, add Teriyaki Popo's Spinach Salad, and enjoy a "Team New Zealand" Rack of Lamb. - Erick Pettersen

2760 Shelter Island Drive
San Diego, CA 92106


The staff at this restaurant believes you should enjoy the "good old days" when food was good and people cared enough to give you friendly service. The dining area is small, but the two levels and outside view make it appear warm and spacious. Outside seating is available. The menu includes 22 different kinds of pizza, hot and cold sandwiches and Greek and Italian specialties. Everything from the vegetarian pizza to the Greek-style chicken is excellent. Party trays, beer and wine are also available.

1166 Rosecrans Street
San Diego, CA 92106

»The Brigantine Seafood Restaurant

Opened in 1969, Brigantine Seafood Restaurant has gained a reputation for serving great seafood. Enjoy your cocktails and meal on the heated outdoor deck, which offers a panoramic view of the Shelter Island boatyards. There are five other Brigantine Seafood restaurants spread over the San Diego County. All locations offer fabulous fresh fish and have rocking oyster bars. The Del Mar Brigantine is a favorite singles spot, and Coronado's Oyster Bar is hotspot in the evenings. This chain of restaurants is slightly expensive but worth a visit. Other restaurants are situated at La Mesa, Escondido and Poway.

2725 Shelter Island Drive
San Diego, CA 92106


Antonino Mastellone and Fabio Speziali have united to quietly extend the Mastellone restaurant empire to a new location in San Diego: Point Loma. Banking on relatively low-priced, traditional-with-a-mild-twist Italian cuisine, the Pomodoro looks to hold its own alongside its sibling restaurants which include Arrivederci and Buon Appetito, other Mastellone inventions and protegées. But there's more than pasta—the steaks and veal dishes are generally very good. The tiramisu is not venturing into any new territory, but is excellent and large enough to share. Maybe. - deTraci Regula

2833 Avenida De Portugal
San Diego, CA 92106

»Lighthouse Grill

Not to be confused with either Tom Ham's 40-year-old restaurant on Harbor Island, or the Lighthouse at Oceanside Harbor, this new entry offers inexpensive meals in the Roseville area of San Diego. The atmosphere is casual, with chairs that look like they'd be happier outside, and the food is a varied mix of pastas, pizzas, burgers (including some unusual twists such as the wild boar burger) and some seafood, with an occasional Middle Eastern touch like hummous.  Drinks include wines and some local brews. - deTraci Regula

1101 Scott Street
San Diego, CA 92106

»Red Sails Inn

A San Diego favorite for more than 60 years, this unpretentious restaurant offers consistently good food, fine service and a great location. After dining, walk through nautical Shelter Island where many of the world's most luxurious yachts are at harbor. Breakfast features Eggs Benedict. Lunch offerings range from burgers to soups and salads. Dinner offerings include Fillet of Sole with potato and soup or salad, or Lobster Newburg with all the trimmings. A full bar serves spirits and house wines.

2614 Shelter Island Drive
San Diego, CA 92106

»Old Venice

A romantic evening is in store at this homey, yet tastefully decorated small restaurant in an unassuming part of San Diego. Candlelight flickers bathe you with soft light as you sit at your white linen table set with silver and fine crystal. Al fresco dining on the garden patio is also available. Live piano music on weekends lends even more romance to this setting, as do the embers in the fireplace. The cuisine is strictly Italian. Also offered is a full bar, offering over 40 wines by the glass.

2910 Canon Street
San Diego, CA 92106
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