San Diego’s Best Rooftop Restaurants
The best spots to dine al fresco
Because San Diego is renown for its moderate, yearlong climate, it only makes sense to spend as much time outdoors. And what could be better than being in nature, while enjoying well-crafted food and drink?
Opened since 1965, Mister A’s is a San Diego stalwart perched on Banker’s Hill, with chef Christopher Osborne turning out elegant and artfully-plated continental cuisine (think pan roasted sea bass and lobster streusel). Meanwhile, at Belmont Park’s Cannonball, it’s all about tucking into Japanese-inspired small plates and sushi in a chic, airy environment. And George’s at the Cove marries soothing views of the marina with fresh, seafood fare by chef Jonathan Bautista.