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Restaurants
  • Alexander's Pizza
    849 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA 92118

    Alexander's Pizza in Coronado Island has been serving hot, fresh pizza, calzones and appetizers since 1994. ThisMore colorful, family-owned and operated restaurant has indoor, outdoor and patio seating. All pizzas are made from scratch daily and customers often take advantage of the lunch special which offers a slice of pizza, a can of soda and a freshly baked cookie or bag of chips for $5.96. Also unique to Alexander's Pizza are its freshly baked Scooby Snacks, which are offered in Pepperoni and Mozzarella or sweet with cinnamon coating.

    

  • Anna's Family Restaurant
    8099 Broadway, Lemon Grove, CA 91945

    Anna's, founded in 2001, bills itself as a family restaurant. Indeed, its country decor and menu items such asMore meatloaf, chicken-fried steak and catfish make this a great place for a family meal. Anna's has all-you-can-eat catfish on Friday nights. 

     

  • Barleymash
    600 5th Ave, San Diego, CA 92101
  • Bino's Bistro & Winebar
    1120 Adella Ave, Coronado, CA 92118
    Bino's Bistro and Winebar is a quaint and friendly bistro bringing European-influenced dining to the heart of Coronado.More With an address barely one block off the island's main drag, the location is convenient while managing to feel far-removed from the crowds. Seating options are charming, whether inside or out on the sidewalk patio. While Bino's clearly has a local vibe, it is approachable for the curious visitor. In either case, diners can expect to be welcomed by a wine list presented on chalk boards and a menu with authentic European accents. Full-service catering is also a highlight with options ranging from pastries and coffee to cheese platters and entrees. The menu is flexible and Bino's honors just about any special request such as vegan, sugar or gluten-free choices. For personalized fare, customers can work with Bino directly on a menu and pricing. Contact the restaurant directly for more details.
  • Bistro d'Asia
    1301 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA 92118

    Different from other Asian restaurants in the area, Bistro d'Asia's menu offers a variety of cuisines from all overMore the continent, including Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese and Thai food. The menu is set up for family-style meals, with many dishes able to be shared amongst diners in a relaxed, upscale environment. Outdoor, indoor and sushi bar seating is available, as is a private room for more intimate occasions.

    Happy hour at the bar provides great deals on delicious food and drinks and a full-service sushi bar provides hand and cut rolls with fresh fish shipped in daily. The drink menu is extensive, with wine, martinis, beer, non-alcoholic specialties and after-dinner drinks available. Delivery is available, but in Coronado only.

  • Buca di Beppo Italian Restaurant
    705 6th Ave, San Diego, CA 92101
  • Burger King
    1201 1st St, Coronado, CA 92118
    Located at the San Diego-Coronado Pedestrian Ferry Landing near bayside parks that are perfect for picnicking, thisMore Burger King restaurant has been in business since 1985. Plenty of outside tables, some with sunshades, allow for people-watching along the nearby walkway and bike path. Inside seating is abundant, with fun, casual decor. Owner "Burger Bob," who also operates four other Burger King restaurants throughout San Diego County, caters to locals and tourists year-round at this busy intersection.
  • Burger Lounge
    922 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA 92118
    With five locations all over the San Diego area, Burger Lounge serves burgers, fries and other dishes made with onlyMore natural ingredients. Buns are baked daily, all the greens used are organic and the beef is all grass-fed and natural. The restaurant is certified Green by the Green Restaurant Association. Customers can choose from beef, turkey or quinoa and brown rice vegetarian burgers for their burger, topped with white cheddar or American cheese. The small menu packs punch in what it does offer, and cupcakes are for sale in red velvet and "Hostess" style chocolate. Clean linens, wood benches and plenty of lights add to the feel of the restaurant. Mexican sodas in bottles are served here, as are ginger beer floats.
  • Calypso Cafe
    505 Grand Caribe Cswy, Coronado, CA 92118
    This modestly sized, charming cafe is tucked into the middle of an office park near the Coronado Cays Yacht Club.More Looking out on the picturesque Cays Marina, Calypso Cafe offers a deli-like menu highlighted by classic breakfast and lunch options. Hearty items, like biscuits and gravy, pancakes and a chicken deluxe sandwich with all the fixings, are available alongside healthier options like oatmeal, a vegetarian veggie wrap and greens with salmon tossed in a balsamic vinaigrette. Coolers in the front of the store are lined with a plethora of beverage choices from cans of Diet Coke to bottles of orange soda. Orders are taken at the front counter, and customers can grab other a la carte items like a canned soda, bottled tea or potato chips before taking a table. Sit indoors and enjoy the ambiance or move outdoors for the sunshine and stunning marina views.   
  • Candelas On The Bay
    1201 1st St, Coronado, CA 92118
    Offering spectacular views of downtown San Diego and the Coronado Bridge, this bayside restaurant specializes inMore Nouvelle-Mexican cuisine. Unique offerings such as white sea bass crusted with pistachios on a bed of huitlacoche (Mexican corn truffle), dry fideos (noodles) with tomato sauce, and avocados stuffed with shrimp and salsa fresca are typical of the menu, which balances squarely between the traditional and the unexpected. For those on a budget, lunch specials are available daily for around $10. Look for Candelas near the pier at the Coronado Ferry Landing.
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