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San Diego Marriott Gaslamp Quarter

660 K Street  San Diego  California  92101  USA 

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Dining Nearby - San Diego

The first seafood and oyster bar in the Historic Gaslamp Quarter that is reminiscent of a San Francisco supper club. Blue Point offers a first class dining experience featuring unique seafood, prime steaks and rack of lamb.

  • Open for dinner
  • Dress code: Dress Jeans

Tuscan cuisine presented much in the same way as it is in Florence. There are a variety of Insalata (Salads), Primi (First courses, pasta and rice dishes), Secondi (Entrées), and homemade Dolci (desserts)!

  • Open for lunch and dinner
  • Dress code: Casual

Flemming’s features a wide selection of sizes and cuts, ranging from the smallest 8-ounce filet mignon to the 40-ounce Porterhouse.

  • Open for dinner
  • Dress code: Dress Jeans

Set in the rich landscape and finely manicured gardens, the Prado Restaurant is located at the historic House of Hospitality in the center of San Diego’s famous Balboa Park.

  • Open for lunch and dinner
  • Dress code: Casual

The Fish Market is a waterfront landmark in downtown San Diego known for seafood. They offer casual dining, and feature a comfortable oyster bar and cocktail bar as well as a first-rate sushi bar.

  • Open for lunch and dinner
  • Dress code: Casual

The Corvette Diner offers a tasty way to slip back to a simpler place and time when rock n' roll and golden oldies filled the air.

  • Open for lunch and dinner
  • Dress code: Casual

The Gaslamp Strip Club - A Steak Place is named after the restaurant’s signature strip steak which features artwork by the famous pin up artist, Alberto Vargas. (21 and over only)

  • Open for dinner
  • Dress code: Casual

Located in stylish Little Italy, Indigo Grill offers an unforgettable dining experience. This Chef Deborah Scott hot spot features San Diego’s most creative cuisine.

  • Open for dinner
  • Dress code: Casual

Resting on stilts atop San Diego Bay overlooking the city skyline and Coronado, there’s nowhere better than Island Prime and C Level to experience quintessential San Diego.

  • Open for lunch and dinner
  • Dress code: Casual

The Tea Pavilion at the Japanese Friendship Garden serves traditional Japanese green tea, herbal and specialty teas as well as suchi, Japanese noodles, rice bowls, miso soup, salads and snacks.

  • Open for lunch
  • Dress code: Casual

Hungry? Great food and drink are closer than you think.