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Thursday, July 15, 2021


Amid the trees and modern cement and glass tower is a very tasty restaurant called Trust at Park Blvd and Robinson.

GUEST BLOG / By Lindsey Chronert, Miho Catering, San Diego
--Summer is here. Events are happening. People are traveling. If you have family in town for a wedding or friends on summer holiday, Miho Catering has put together an epic list of all of our favorite places. 

From iconic views with local seafood to neighborhood secrets, there's something on this list for everyone. With or without the tourists. Restaurant picks are by Miho staffers. 


Fishery (Pacific Beach - $$$) does a wonderful job of showcasing our regional seafood. -Kevin 

Ironside for oysters + fresh seafood (get the platter) and take a cruise through Little Italy. -Lindsey 

PB Fish Spot (Pacific Beach - $$)- great vibes, great fish, love the clam chowder bread bowl. -Rosemary 

Tribute used to be the North Park post office.  Now its pizza central and more.


Tribute Pizza (North Park - $$) solid- always, killer natural wines, and soft serve- yes please. -Sam 

Blind Lady's (Normal Heights - $$) their beer selection is so damn good. And when I can get frites and pizza in the same meal, I am a happy girl. -Sam 

You can never go wrong with Mona Lisa’s (Little Italy) subs🔥 -Amy 

Friendly (North Park - $) I could live off that dirty flattop burger. -Rosemary 


We have some amazing Japanese food in SD. Soichi (University Heights - $$$) does a great omakase. -Kevin 

Green China Grill (Kearny Mesa - $). I love their hand pull noodles. - Gil 

Hong Kong BBQ (Mira Mesa - $). My parents, native from Hong Kong, go there every week. Authentic taste. Like lots of Chinese places, they cook dishes for you that are not on the menu, if you know the dish. -Gil 

Osaka sushi (Mission Valley - $) will always have special place in my heart! My family has been going there for 20+ years. It never disappoints. -Amy 

Bahn Thai (Hillcrest - $) - hands down, the best Thai. -Juan 

Morning Glory in Little Italy. Yep, that’s the line going upstairs for brunch. 


Morning Glory (Little Italy - $$$) always gets the 😍! -Sarah 

The Waffle Spot in Kings Inn (Mission Valley - $) is a classic diner that isn't super well known. You can sub your toast for mini waffles (drool). -Spencer 


Nine-Ten in the Grand Colonial (La Jolla - $$$) does one of my favorite tasting menus in San Diego. Make sure to get the wine pairing! -Spencer 

Born & Raised (Little Italy - $$$) Took the girls here last month and it was a great time. -Rosemary 

The tasting menu at Jeune et Jolie (Carlsbad - $$$) is a whole experience! Take your time + enjoy every single bite. – Lindsey 


Love OB Noodle House (Ocean Beach - $$) for the vibes, (BEST) wings and sake! -Sarah 

If it’s a quicker meetup or sticking around downtown my hands-down go to is the Crack Shack (Little Italy - $) for the vibe, price point is solid, and sawces on tap! ... shmaltz fries all day! -Bryan 

LOVE Costa Brava (Pacific Beach - $), awesome tapas and I love that it's a little hidden. -Sarah 

Turf Club! (South Park - $$) There is nothing really quite like grabbing a couple beers (or Boulevardiers) while grilling your own steak to rare perfection, all the while kicking it with friends and/or family and creating some solid memories. -Joshua 


Trust (North Park - $$)- that ricotta agnolotti with black truffle is chefs freaking kiss -Sam 

Anything owned by Consortium Holdings- they’re iconic in their design and restaurant concepts. A good night starts with a mezcal negroni and olives at J & Tony’s Discount Cured Meats + Negroni Warehouse (Downtown, $) -Lindsey 

Costa Brava in Pacific Beach brings Spain to the beach. Front is hectic and the back patio much more zen.


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