Depends on what you're looking for and how much you are willing to spend. NINE-TEN has a great 3-course Chef's menuz: soup or greens, choice of any main course item, and dessert, $24. Ask for table in the back outside overlooking the pool and ocean.
Thanks for the suggestions guys. Tblanco that place looks great, I love beet salads. I am definately going to go there, thanks. I guess the rest of you San Diegan posters don't make it out for lunch too much either.
My favorite places to eat in San Diego for lunch are places like Bronx Pizza on Washington. Dao Son on the corner of El Cajon and Texas has some of the best Vietnamese food around, and cheap as hell. (Try the Spring Rolls and the Tasy Red Chicken.) I also agree with Flubis about El Indio, but I think I might prefer El Cuervo on Washington St. in Hillcrest for my mexican fix. Try the burrito de pollo adobado. Amazing!
When the weather is nice, can't beat the upstairs outdoor terrace at George's at the Cove in La Jolla. The outdoor terrace has a casual fare menu. (The indoor dining room is formal and, as you would expect, a more formal menu (with huge wine list)).
I also like the new Tommies hamburger stand on Claremont Mesa Blvd. It is the same owner as the Tommies chain in Los Angeles. He finally opened a branch in San Diego. Best chiliburger in town. Bring your Rolaids.
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