October brings out the mystery lover in many of us. If you’re in search of a dining experience requiring a little detective work, enjoy one or more of these hidden San Diego restaurants during the Fall 2015 season.
- Brabant Bar and Cafe
- Fathom Bistro, Bait & Tackle
- Cellar Door
Brabant Bar and Cafe is a lesser-known South Park gem. Head here when you want a hearty meal in a cozy environment. Excellent service enhances your enjoyment of delicious burgers, croquettes, sausages, frites and other Belgian and American treats. Warm up a breezy October afternoon with poutine and a tasty Belgian beer as you listen to music from Belgium.
2310 30th Street
San Diego CA 92104
If you’ve ever wanted to eat inside a bait-and-tackle shop, now’s your chance. Even if the thought has never occurred to you, the shop makes a great disguise for a restaurant serving amazing burgers and Vienna beef hot dogs decked out in deliciously creative topping combinations. Fathom Bistro, Bait & Tackle also offers an impressive array of sausages, snacks, salads and sandwiches. Sip on a craft beer while you take in beautiful ocean views or watch locals and visitors fish.
1776 Shelter Island Drive
San Diego CA 92106
For a really clandestine dinner, try Cellar Door. It doesn’t get more intriguing than surprise, invitation-only dinners among 10 strangers. Chef Logan Mitchell and mixologist Gary McIntire, owners of Native Spirits, summon diners to their apartment in Normal Heights by e-mail for a stellar multi-course meal with spot-on libation pairings. Follow their Facebook page to boost your chances of scoring an invite.
San Diego CA 92116
You don’t have to wait for Halloween to experience a little mealtime mystery. Check out our top picks for hidden San Diego restaurants this October. Give your taste buds a treat and make Autumn 2015 a time to remember!