Seafood Restaurants in Rolling Hills Ranch

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The San Diego Reader doesn't mince words: Da Boyz Pizza & Pasta is "da bomb." Since 1993, the pizzeria's dough-spinning cooks have sprinkled pies with fresh herbs and spices as well as more than 20 toppings such as bacon bits and jalapenos. Even more ingredients crown Da Boyz's specialties, from buffalo-chicken pies to Mom's Favorite, a medley of mozzarella, artichokes, and handwritten thank-you notes.

Italian and pizzeria staples span the remaining sections of the menu, ranging from housemade-sausage subs to fettuccini tossed with tequila-lime sauce. An extensive selection of wine and beer, including six drafts, complements feasts, which unfold amid the dining room's flatscreen TVs and billiards table.

2990 Jamacha Rd
El Cajon,
CA
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The chefs at Wings & Fish know it's better to be good at something than okay at everything. That's why they created a laser-focused menu that centers on two dishes: wings and fried fish. They start with a choice of whiting or snapper, which they bread and fry to make fish combo meals or tacos. On the other side of the menu, chefs toss wings in a choice of four sauces, including barbecue, hot, buffalo, or sweet heat. Either entree can be paired with the house's eclectic sides, which include options such as macaroni salad and african fries. To experience something truly unique, guests can order the shop's famous bean pie by the slice or whole.

6201 Imperial Ave
San Diego,
CA
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The chefs at Wings & Fish know it's better to be good at something than okay at everything. That's why they created a laser-focused menu that centers on two dishes: wings and fried fish. They start with a choice of whiting or snapper, which they bread and fry to make fish combo meals or tacos. On the other side of the menu, chefs toss wings in a choice of four sauces, including barbecue, hot, buffalo, or sweet heat. Either entree can be paired with the house's eclectic sides, which include options such as macaroni salad and african fries. To experience something truly unique, guests can order the shop's famous bean pie by the slice or whole.

6201 Imperial Ave
San Diego,
CA
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Alliance Training Center is committed to providing a proactive, friendly environment for our members to achieve their personal goals in martial arts and physical fitness. We seek to enhance the quality of life in our community through our diverse and affordable fitness philosophy that is administered by our staff.

795 3rd Ave
Chula Vista,
CA
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Exposed wooden rafters and cobblestone walls create the rustic ambiance that The Vine Cottage’s name promises, but the menu adds dimension to this theme with a contemporary take on Italian and American staples. The chefs value sustainably produced meals, so they seek out seasonal, organic, and locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. These ingredients lend vibrant flavors to the menu’s flatbread-style pizzas, hearty pasta dishes, and grilled steaks. Housemade duck leg confit and remoulade also help to create a dining experience that is homey yet refined, much like the artwork-laden refrigerator in Monet’s childhood home.

6062 Lake Murray Blvd
La Mesa,
CA
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Though at least 130 miles and 80 years of history separate golden-age Hollywood from modern-day National City, Cafe La Maze bridges the gap. During the 1940s, this steakhouse served as a playground for movie stars headed to Tijuana, Mexico. Here, they could tuck in to prime rib and lobster on the lower level, or gamble the night away with card sharks such as the Marx Brothers and eponymous restaurateur Marcel Lamaze in a hidden room upstairs.

Today, diners soak up auras of these legends in the same tufted booths where Bing Crosby and Clark Gable most likely lingered at the eatery's grand opening. Candles, chandeliers, and a golden ceiling cast a warm glow across tables as groups savor shrimp cocktails and slice into juicy cuts of top sirloin, new york strip, and filet mignon. Some evenings live music scores meals, and on karaoke nights guests can harmonize with friends as the portraits that line the damask-print walls try to remember the words. Those seeking a more low-key gathering can book the banquet room, which teems with enough red-vinyl seats for up to 70 close friends or cardboard cutouts of their likenesses.

1441 Highland Ave
National City,
CA
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