Since 2005, Yelp has emerged as one of the top dogs when it comes to business review websites. Part of their success comes from the power of the people – the regular Jane and Joe who want to give props to their favorite dinner spot.
With millions of users, businesses, and reviews, Yelp has become a voice worth listening to in the age of social media.
SO, WITHOUT FURTHER ADO, HERE’S YELP’S TOP 10 WHEN IT COMES TO BEST RESTAURANTS IN SAN DIEGO, ALONG WITH SOME OF OUR FAVORITE REVIEWER’S QUOTES.
- Nozaru Ramen Bar (3375 Adams Ave.)
“The ramen is amazing and Alex was super friendly and made the experience better.”
- Bar Bodega (1980 Kettner Blvd.)
“We had lamb meatballs and roasted brussels sprouts and squid ink risotto balls and carnitas… Everything was excellent!”
- BO-beau kitchen + caché (1027 University Ave.)
“Tacos are served in the front and then you make your way back to the speakeasy to enjoy some craft cocktails!”
- CUCINA Urbana (505 Laurel St.)
“The TO-DIE-FOR dish and a must-have is on their antipasti menu and is called Ricotta Gundy.”
- The Crack Shack (2266 Kettner Blvd.)
“The Crack Shack continues to rock the crispiest, juiciest fried chicken in town!”
- The Prado at Balboa Park (1549 El Prado)
“It was the perfect jumping off spot for an afternoon visiting the park and its museums.”
- Werewolf (627 4th)
“The pork belly benedict, homemade biscuits & gravy and fluffy peaches & cream pancakes are absolute hits.”
- Cutwater Spirits (9750 Distribution Ave.)
“I went with a little group and we split things like the mussels and clams, the loaded fries, and their chicken.”
- Barbusa (1917 India St.)
“This Busalacchi family-owned restaurant will certainly tantalize your taste buds and is a welcome addition to Little Italy.”
- Coasterra (880 Harbor Island Dr.)
“The Happy Hour menu is small but fairly priced and the plantain taquitos, shrimp cocktail, and carne asada quesadillas were all delicious.”