Steakhouses in Lakeside

Argentinian Cuisine for Dinner or Lunch at Puerto La Boca (50% Off)

Puerto La Boca

Little Italy - San Diego

Argentinian restaurant serves 40 Argentine wines, grilled steaks, housemade pasta, and fresh seafood

$40 $20

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$9 for $18 Worth of Chicken and Steak at Surf Brothers Teriyaki

Surf Brothers Teriyaki

La Jolla

Natural, minimally processed chicken and sirloin steak marinated overnight in a sweet-teriyaki glaze and grilled in small batches

$18 $9

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Contemporary California Cuisine for Two or Four at Embarcadero (Up to 35% Off)

Embarcadero California Bistro

Samlarc

Diners sip California wines and listen to live music as they feast on hormone-free organic steaks, salads, sandwiches, pizza, and seafood

$40 $26

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Steakhouse Cuisine for Two or Four or More at Fields Steakhouse at Barbara Worth Resort & Country Club (33% Off)

Barbara Worth Resort & Country Club

Holtville

Classic steakhouse cuisine such as bone-in pork chops, prime rib, and pasta served near idyllic golf course founded in 1927

$60 $40

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Dinner for Two or Four at Harvey's Steakhouse (Up to 51% Off). Four Options Available.

Harvey's Steakhouse

Huntington Beach

Steakhouse staples such as blue-cheese-stuffed filet mignon and lightly blackened ahi tuna; live entertainment six nights a week

$40 $20

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Steak and Seafood Dinner at Manhattan Steak & Seafood (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Manhattan Steak & Seafood

Orange

Filet mignon aged 35 days finds company in Japanese-style pork chops, Skuna Bay Vancouver Island craft-raised salmon, and grilled vegetables

$100 $50

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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
US

Once the home of Wyatt Earp's gambling hall and saloon, Georges on Fifth also holds the distinction of being the most photographed building in the Gaslamp Quarter. Today, the venue casts off the sounds of tinny pianos for the aromas of Zagat-rated dishes, each painstakingly crafted by executive chef Jose Kelley. The flavors of certified Angus beef, Snake River Farms Kobe beef, and USDA Prime cuts heighten beneath port-wine and Jack Daniel's demi-glaces, and fresh, flaky seafood in the form of scallops, halibut, and salmon don equally delicate notes from herb-infused oils. With Chef Kelley's wine list made up of more than 50 West Coast and international varietals, diners can find a pleasing accompaniment to any dish.

Inside the celebrated eatery, romantic lighting emanates from ornate chandeliers and dances on exposed brick walls, wood accents, and the piano player's solar-powered hands. Portraits of San Diegans dot the interior walls to showcase the work of artist John Wismont, who held the Guinness Book of World Record’s title of “Most Prolific Portrait Painter” for nine years.

835 5th Ave
San Diego,
CA
US

Argentine restaurant Puerto La Boca is named for the colorful La Boca neighborhood in Buenos Aires, an area originally settled by Italian immigrants. So the restaurant fits naturally into San Diego's Little Italy, even if the focus is on Argentine-style grilled meats. Tasteful wood-framed art and Argentine photos, as well as tall wood wine racks showcasing the collection of wines from Mendoza, accent the dining room tables set with beige linens. There's also a bar with live music on Fridays as well as sidewalk seating beneath the blue awning at the restaurant's entrance. The beefy grill menu includes succulent Argentine cuts including the asado de tira (Argentinean short rib), pica̱a (culotte steak) and lomo (filet mignon). Halibut "Mar del Plata" in a Roquefort cream sauce with mashed pumpkin is also a signature dish. Those seeking a taste of the restaurant's Italian heritage will appreciate the selection of pastas and pizzas.

2060 India St
San Diego,
CA
US

For carnivores, nothing tops Ruth’s Chris Steakhouses’ USDA Prime steak cooked at 800 degrees and then served on a sizzling 500 degree plate with brown butter. In 1965, Ruth Fertel purchased Chris Steak House to put her kids through college and over 40 years later, the brand has reached incredible success with restaurants across the globe. Del Mar’s Ruth’s Chris offers up stellar steaks and service with impressive consistency. Customers can try the sizzling blue crabcakes or seared ahi tuna to start, then order up the steak of their dreams, from filet mignon and porterhouses to the gargantuan cowboy ribeye with perfect marbling. Side options include potatoes au gratin and creamed spinach. Beyond great steaks, there’s barbecued shrimp sautéed New Orleans-style, juicy lamb chops and fresh Maine lobster. Customers who still have room for dessert can try the caramelized banana cream pie or bread pudding in whisky sauce.

11582 El Camino Real
San Diego,
CA
US

Step back in time to the 1950s and meet friends for a special dinner at Lou & Mickey’s. Designed as a post-World War II supper club, the dining room features green, leather upholstery insets on the walls, dark wood archways and an opulent tile floor, imported from Italy. Time has a way of standing still at Lou & Mickey’s, where the attached cocktail lounge sports a solid, zinc bar – rare for its temperature controlling properties– that is never too cold or too hot, a comfortable feature for the Convention Center neighborhood where days can turn from a chilly, marine layer to blazing sunshine in a few short hours. The menu honors that mid-American past with contemporary updates to its steakhouse and seafood specialties, without losing sight of the heritage that has kept it going. A large patio waits outside but hardly competes with the elegant dining room.

224 5th Ave
San Diego,
CA
US

Locals and guests of the Humphreys Half Moon Inn & Suites flock to Humphreys on Shelter Island not just for chef Paul Murphy‰Ûªs winning global-meets-California cuisine, or its dreamy waterfront setting in the marina, but also for its jazz, blues and rock live music acts, popular Champagne brunch, great wine list and stylish, contemporary, yet kid-friendly, environment. Diners dig into calamari, swordfish or braised short ribs in a breezy, creamy setting with soothing views of stylish yachts seen through floor-to-ceiling windows. Wee ones are more than welcome with kids menus, booster seats and coloring books. Humphreys can get quite lively in the evening, when diners sup in the candle-lit setting and sip on cocktails from the full bar. They even have a separate outdoor concert venue that seats 1400.

2241 Shelter Island Dr
San Diego,
CA
US