We went to this place for a quick drink. I gotta say, this place was pretty bad in terms of drinks. I got a mojito, and it tasted water downed, to the point I could not taste either alcohol or the flavor. The quesedilla on the other hand was ok. However, not coming back here again.l (although I will say the chips and salsa were actually good also).
After arriving at Old Town San Diego, we headed to this place for a caffeine boost.
This place had a really interesting coffee menu, with most of choices for lattes and mochas. I ended U.K. getting the iced hazelnut latte. Too be honest, I would get one of the mochas next time, but I still enjoyed the latte.
This place had a great view, and great good.
I had a Pina Colorado to start, which hit the spot (didn’t get any tequila drinks though. Maybe next time).
For appetizers, we got several to share. Also very good.
My main course was a quesadilla with chicken. Also very good.
We went to this Japanese restaurant mainly for drinks. The view is absolutely amazing, and the service was pretty good. Our server even let us play our own music with the speaker we brought.
I got an old fashion, which was ok. Next time I do want to try the food.
This taco ship is highly rated on Yelp, and indeed it was good.
I got one beef tack and one chicken taco. The chicken taco was really really good. The beef was meh.
As per usual, I did not get a pho dish at this Vietnamese restaurant. Instead I got this stir fried rice noodle dish, which tasted great (they called it the combination rice noodle dish, which has beef, chicken, shrimp, and assorted vegetables). It tastes great, and almost like a Mongolian dish.
So we went here for 4th of July. Great dive bar that is pretty spacious, has the deer shooting arcade game, and the salt curling board game (plus connect 4 and a giant jenga game).
For drinks, I had old fashions, which were pretty good. This place’s specialty though is mules. Had a taste of the American one. It was pretty sweet, but tasted good.
For food, got a side of fries. Definitely hit the spot. Also, had a friend’s potato chips, which tasted home made, and I really enjoyed it (it wasn’t salty, and tasted crisp and fresh).
To end off, we had pickle-backs, which also hit the spot.