Comfort Inn San Diego At The Harbor
5102 N. Harbor Drive
San Diego, CA 92106
Phone: (619) 223-8171
Fax: (619) 222-7330
5102 N. Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA, US, 92106
- Phone: (619) 223-8171
- Fax: (619) 222-7330
Bars & Cafes
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.
Riley's means music and fun one way or another. If you are into karaoke and a laid back environment, this could be a great spot for you.
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.
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.
If you like good bread, this is the place for you. Bread is baked fresh daily without additives, preservatives, fats, oils or sugars. Daily breads include French Levain Batard and kalamata olive. Specialty breads are cranberry-orange walnut, challah and Gruyere and chive. The bakeshop/cafe is a great place to have lunch while enjoying the aromas and watching the people in Point Loma Village. Credit cards are not accepted.
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.
If you are looking to be part of San Diego's happening nightlife, visit this hot spot on Shelter Island, just a couple of miles from downtown. Humphrey's By The Bay, housed in Humphrey's Half Moon Inn, is a favorite for those who love seafood and tasty jazz. The indoor restaurant offers upscale contemporary decor, accompanied by an incredible view of San Diego Bay. The menu offers delicious entrees, including Halibut Macadamia, Grilled Vegetable Risotto, and Osso Buco of Lamb. In addition, the 1,295-seat Humphrey's theater offers live big-name entertainers in rock, jazz, blues, and folk music from May through early October.
One of the popular music bars in the city, Humphreys Backstage Live offers a bay-side dining and drinking venue. Located at the Humphreys By The Bay restaurant, Backstage is the quintessential venue for Jazz, R & B, Blues, and Folk Rock music. Featuring local as well as national touring artists, this venue has played host to musicians like Chet Cannon, Elliott Lawrence, and the Soul Persuaders. Besides the entertainment, Humphreys Backstage Live is also popular bar for its Happy Hours, which run all days of the week between 5:00p and 7:00p. See the website to know more.
Humphreys Restaurant is known for being one of the best waterfront restaurants in San Diego. The restaurant specializes on contemporary International cuisine highlighting on seafood. This beautiful restaurant overlooking the scenic marina on San Diego Bay entertains hotel guests, locals and seafarers who enjoy the nightly blues/rock/r&b/jazz at their Backstage Music Club. Humphreys is not only known for its fine food but also for their decadent breakfasts and scrumptious brunches. Look out for their special holiday brunches as well. The menu changes seasonally, yet the taste and flavor is one of the best.
Located at the Bay Club Hotel & Marina, this restaurant lies in the heart of the city. Relax over cocktails or beer after a hectic day of sightseeing. The menu is pretty diverse and includes seafood, steaks and pasta dishes. More than the spectacular view of the city, it's the happy hours (4p to 7p from Monday-Friday) that keeps this place packed. Complimentary starters and special cocktails are also served during this time. It has banquet facilities as well.
Located near the San Diego International Airport at the far tip of Harbor Island, this landmark lighthouse-style restaurant has been delighting patrons for years. The bayside view is spectacular, with Navy ships along the opposite shore and plenty of sailboats passing in the channel. Seafood dishes are brilliantly prepared, but Tom Ham's Lighthouse also offers steaks and other meats. Patrons are generally casually dressed, and there is entertainment in the adjacent lounge most nights.
Enjoy a wonderful view of the marina and the San Diego International Airport as you dine on delightful seafood at this upstairs restaurant. What the kitchen cannot find in San Diego, the chefs fly in fresh from all over the world at Boathouse Restaurant. Enjoy Northwest Salmon in a mustard seed crust, paired with a bright citrus and watercress sauce. Or go wild mixing cuisines with the Boathouse Savannah Pasta, blending scallops and shrimp in a sauce made of Mexican tequila, Japanese soy sauce and California garlic, served over Italian linguini.