Whether you’re a student, visitor, or local who owns Cortez Hill San Diego real estate, the dining options around San Diego City College are plentiful. Choices range from fast food favorites to upscale fine dining restaurants. American, Asian, Mexican, and Italian are just a few of the many cuisine types you’ll find in the area.
1. Hive Sushi Lounge
Located on C Street, this spot opens daily from 5pm until midnight. If you want to reserve seats for a night out on the town, order online, or have your next party catered, Hive Sushi does it all. Enjoy rolls, full course meals, and salads. Meals are prepared using a long list of seafood and shellfish like crabs, clams, scallops, shrimp, eel, octopus, salmon, tuna, and yellowtail. To accompany meals, diners have the choice of locally-crafted brews or cocktails.
2. Soleluna Café
When in the mood for Italian, this casual restaurant on Ash Street serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week from 7:30am to 10:30pm. Breakfast and lunch is available daily until 3pm. Enjoy a hearty breakfast of ham and eggs, hash browns, and toast. Lunch offerings include lasagna or spaghetti and salad, or a panini and a cup of soup. For dinner, start with a bruschetta entrée followed by homemade lasagna, spaghetti, tortellini, or other popular favorites. Soleluna also has a nice selection of decadent baked goods and desserts.
3. Del Taco
This Mexican fast food eatery on B Street remains popular for anyone who desires quick eats on a budget. Choose from freshly made tacos, burritos, enchiladas, nachos, quesadillas, and more. Combo plates include refried beans and rice, and you can create your own salad from fresh ingredients. Beverages, milkshakes, and desserts can also be found on the menu.
Fun and casual, Hodad’s is the place to go for the best burgers in town. Located on Broadway, this restaurant opens for business at 11am daily and offers mini, single, and gargantuan double burgers with a wide selection of toppings. Feast on a burger with fries or onion rings along with a soft drink, milkshake, beer, or wine.
5. Rei Do Gado Brazilian Steak House
For a fine dining experience, this 4th Avenue venue offers a variety of meats grilled over an open fire and delivered to your table. From 11am until 10pm, meals are prepared with a hint of Brazilian flair using beef, chicken, lamb, pork, or seafood. Seafood choices include Alaskan king crab, mussels, salmon, and shrimp. Along with main dishes, diners can choose from dozens of gourmet salads and hot dishes to round off the meal. Gluten-free menus are also available along with an extensive wine list. Reservations are required for in-house dining. However, the steakhouse also delivers and welcomes online orders.
6. Tajima Ramen East Village
This E Street eating spot opens daily at 11am to serve traditional Japanese dishes prepared with handmade ramen. Noodle options include thin, fat, spinach, and gluten-free. Choose from sesame, curry, meat, and vegan dishes.
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