Best 5 Themed Restaurants in San Diego

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Looking for a new restaurant to try? Whether you’re local or visiting, finding a new eaterie is always at the top of the list. Themed restaurants offer unique decor, interesting food, and an interesting atmosphere. Check out the best 5 themed restaurants in San Diego below!

Werewolf American Pub

The Werewolf American Pub in the Gaslamp Quarter offers a unique vibe, delicious food, and a great selection of drinks. Catch breakfast beginning at 8 AM until 3 PM when the establishment begins the night menu. The eclectic breakfast and brunch menu combines classic fare such as biscuits and gravy and country-fried steak with some unique pairings like the pork belly benedict or pancakes with raspberry jelly filling, glazed donut icing, and sprinkles. For lunch try the triple threat burger and sweet potato fries. If you’re looking for unique cocktails, Werewolf has you covered. The night menu’s creative offerings include pork belly BBQ nachos, Werewolf nugs, the jalapeno pineapple burger, and Bahn mi chicken sliders. 

The Rabbit Hole

Located in Normal Heights, the Rabbit Hole offers drink specials during Padres games, creative cuisine, live music and trivia nights, and a fun vibe that locals and tourists alike enjoy. Begin brunch with a More-mimosa and cinnamon donut holes and choose from several delicious salads such as the G.O.A.T. salad or one of many entrees like the chicken chilaquiles. After 2 PM, check out specialties like Fire in the Hole Wings or Abnormal Tot-chos. Then for your entree, try one of The Rabbit Hole’s sandwiches, burgers, or grande tacos. A particular favorite is the Cubano sandwich with pulled pork, smoked ham, and swiss cheese. Dinner entrees include blackened salmon with chipotle aioli, ahi poke tuna, and five-cheese mac topped with blackened chicken are just a few of the amazing offerings at this establishment. Try one of 30 draft beers, several specialty cocktails, or a glass of wine to complement your meal.

Classics Malt Shop

For classic American fare, check out the Classics Malt Shop for wonderful food, service, and a FUN 50’s vibe! Just like old-fashioned malt shops, favorites include soda fountain ice creams malts, shakes, freezes, and floats. Burgers, sandwiches, hot dogs, and fries make up more classic offerings. Choose from several burgers with or without cheese, and add bacon, chili, or jalapenos. For even more of a twist, try ostrich, buffalo, or a veggie burger. Classic sandwiches include a Philly steak and cheese, Reuben, California club, and many more.

C Level Lounge

Touted for the beautiful view and top-notch service, the C Level Lounge’s food and drink selection doesn’t disappoint either. Located on Harbor Island, guests enjoy fresh seafood, delightful appetizer and entree creations, and craft cocktails for lunch and dinner. Enjoy a cup of lobster bisque followed by a blackened fish sandwich for lunch. Or for dinner, start with ceviche Verde and a BLT wedge salad before relishing the striped bass or steak frites. For dessert, try the potted brownie banana split or vanilla ginger creme brulee. Stop by for happy hour and try pepita and sesame-crusted brie, filet mignon skewers, and one of C Level Lounge’s specialty cocktails, draft beers, or eclectic wines.

Animae

Downtown San Diego has no shortage of fun, interesting, exciting places to visit and Animae fits right in. West Coast Asian Fusion cuisine provides guests with unique offerings to delight the palate. Begin dinner with Lechon Kawali, an apple pate sarsa with fig and shiso. A must-try is the Japanese A5 Miyazaki strip loin or tenderloin, Wagyu at its finest. Finish with a Coconut Cashew Napoleon, an Asian Fusion twist on a French pastry classic.

From Classic American 50s Diner fare to Asian Fusion cuisine, the best-themed restaurants in San Diego will call you back again and again.

 

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