Sizzler proves that in the 1950’s, a little money went a long way to making the American dream happen. Opened by Del and Helen Johnson in Culver County with a lot of hope and a few bucks, Sizzler Family Steak House has thrived on America’s love for good food at affordable prices. Over the years Americans have loved their prime choice meats, health conscious choices (18 items meet the exceptional standards of Healthy Dining Options) and pricing so much that Sizzler locations are all over the west coast and even in Kissimmee, Florida and Forest City, New York! All of Sizzler’s steaks are USDA Choice steaks and hand-cut so that Sizzler’s diners get the best steak possible. Dining out is an experience, and if it’s one worth having, Sizzler believes that it should involve the best choice in meats! The same can be said for their seafood and ribs! Sizzler also offers juicy burgers, meals just for kids, and a selection of flavorful sides. If quality is important and at a good price, go to Sizzler!
Hunter Steakhouse opened its doors when flower power reigned supreme, but unlike bell bottoms and tie-dye, Hunter Steakhouse is still very much on-trend! Established in 1970, Hunter Steakhouse says they serve the “Best Prime Rib in Town!” The Oceanside location provides various menus to satisfy every palette for brunch, lunch, dinner and bar foods and drinks. Brunch comes with the mouth-watering combination of prime rib and eggs, with Champagne on the side for those who are feeling a little bubbly. Hunter Steakhouse adds a twist to traditional meals, making Chipotle Macaroni and Cheese a new household favorite. The extensive wine list is sure to complement any meal, and the cocktails and beer options offer many flavors. Bring barbecue to any party with one of the restaurant’s old-fashioned buckboard barbecue pits. Forget flower power; get barbecue power from Hunter Steakhouse.
333 Pacific specializes in a tantalizing array of gourmet steaks and seafood. The restaurant itself is situated directly across from the beautiful Oceanside Pier. Palm trees, white sands, and a bright blue Pacific ocean await you at 333 Pacific. Their menu is filled with meals featuring seafood such as their Grilled Pacific Albacore Tataki and Pan Roasted Salmon in addition to a number of raw bar offerings. The steaks are classic, well-cut, and delicious—feel free to “take your steak surfing” with an addition of Alaskan Crab, Lobster, or Salmon Cake. There are also several vegetarian options available. 333 Pacific serves up a lovely night out after spending your days in the surf.
Australia is known for wide open spaces, parties on the beach, and shrimp on the barbie. And while many of us won’t get to the land down under in our lifetime, Outback Steakhouse brings the Aussie flavor to your doorstep. With unique dishes like the Bloomin’ Onion®, Teriyaki Steak Medallions, Hearts of Gold Mahi, and the always delicious Carrot Cake, you’re sure to find something you’ll love. And with the family-friendly atmosphere that prevails at Outback Steakhouse, you can be comfortable in the fact that diners of all ages will have a great time. Get a taste of life down under at Outback Steakhouse.
At Mozambique Restaurant, spice savants infuse artfully arranged platters with the exotic zest of South African cuisine, hatching a diverse menu of grilled steaks, seafood, and specialty platters. Sealed in by the flickering caress of a hardwood grill, savory juices seek shelter inside a 9-ounce center-cut filet mignon ($34), and pearled couscous cradles fresh cuts of wild salmon cloaked in a saffron wine sauce ($22). Transport tongues to foreign shores with a starter plate of shelled peri-peri prawns ($12) before diving fork-first into the piquant tides of seafood curry, which arrives stacked with shrimp, lobster, and scallops ($27). Set the mood for a first date or send a message to rival grapes by ordering from a cavalcade of aged wines, which includes white, red, and full-bodied selections.
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.