SOURCE: SanDiego.com

SanDiego.com

October 15, 2014 12:50 ET

SanDiego.com Releases Their Fan Favorites

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwired - Oct 15, 2014) - Traveling to San Diego can be an experience of a lifetime. There are so many wonderful attractions and activities to experience that any one visiting this city is bound to work up a hunger. America's finest city has so many great eateries and restaurants to choose from that it may be difficult to locate the most notable places to eat. Four places have captured the hearts of locals and visitors from across the nation and this article will delve into them all, giving out a small taste of what can be expected.

1. Café Chloe

Café Chloe is a quaint café in San Diego's East Village that offers delicious French bistro classics with a crisp wine pairing to match any meal. Diners can enjoy any meal throughout the day from breakfast to dinner, or a simple afternoon tea. A great feature is the fabulous Sunday supper that is a candle light, three course prix fixe meal for couples to enjoy. It has been said that the macaroni and pancetta gratin and the special crepes are items that someone visiting San Diego should not go without.

2. Venissimo

Venissimo Cheese in San Diego's East Village is the perfect spot to relax with family and friends and enjoy some cheese. Whether fondue or spreadable cheese is preferred, Venissimo offers the best selections from around the world. Cheese can be enjoyed in many sandwich styles or simply on a cheese platter complete with salami, olives, or your choice of delicious fruit and nuts.

3. Brian's 24

Brian's 24 is located in San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter and is the perfect eatery where breakfast and dinner foods can be enjoyed on a 24 hour basis. Late night dining has a huge variety of choices from chicken and waffles to a six egg omelet with everything included. Brian's 24 can be a lifesaving stop where you can fill your stomach after the night clubs close for the evening. If looking for a unique menu option, make sure to try a local favorite, the Peanut Butter Burger.

4. The Rubicon Deli

The Rubicon Deli in San Diego's Mission Hills is a one of a kind favorite for locals and visitors alike. The deli is known for its unique must have sandwiches of every flavor that are stacked so high they are difficult to finish. Each crafted sandwich begins with a loaf of freshly baked bread. The loaves are baked with unique flavors such as garlic cheese, jalapeno jack, blue cheese, dutch crunch, and pesto flavors in mind. All dressings used on sandwiches and on salads are made in house, but the selection of specialty mustards available are imported from Napa Valley. The deli uses all organic meats and cheeses as well as fresh locally grown produce. Each sandwich is served with a fresh chocolate chip cookie straight from the oven.

A truly unique aspect of the deli will not be arriving until 2015, when the owners plan to open up a sexy rooftop bar. The new feature will be an exciting place where local hipsters and traveling visitors alike can enjoy delightful drinks and exquisite sandwiches in style. With this thrilling new rooftop bar opening up The Rubicon Deli will definitely be the hot spot everyone in San Diego will consider their new favorite eatery.

San Diego is full of enchanting places to sit back and enjoy a meal with friends or loved ones. When taking the time to discover this spectacular city make sure to try some of the treasures listed above that the local's cherish most.

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