Gaslamp Fish House
Gaslamp Fish House, formerly known as Spike Africa’s, is the first restaurant in the historic Gaslamp Quarter. Located in what is considered the heart of San Diego, this is the site of the city’s premier nightlife, bars and theaters. Offering a unique fusion of Mediterranean and American cuisine with an oyster bar, fresh fish and seafood that is sourced locally and responsibly from sustainable and environmentally conscious fisheries.
Greystone Steakhouse and Seafood
Greystone Prime Steakhouse & Seafood has been a landmark in the historic Gaslamp Quarter in Downtown San Diego for 20 years. A family-owned restaurant with family values, dedicated to delivering excellent service, Greystone was recently recognized as one of the top 10 Steakhouses in California and top 5 steakhouse in San Diego, and best fine-dining in the Gaslamp.
Refined under the tutelage of master sushi luminaries, Chef Sung’s Full Moon will be uniquely on display in the Gaslamp District, where it will debut as the first Kaizen sushi restaurant in San Diego. With him is a brigade of talented cooks and a staff with an unwavering dedication to quality and service.
Huntress flaunts a modern and chic dining room in the heart of Gaslamp Quarter. The main level is designed with strong architectural moments, such as a bold wall composed of framed butcher knives and a spectacular marble bar. The second floor Mezzanine features a Japanese Whisky Bar and unique dining areas, including an intimate wine tasting area, giving VIP guests the perfect birds-eye-view of the main level.
Lionfish Coastal Cuisine
Lionfish is as social as the bustling neighborhood that surrounds it. Located in the Pendry San Diego in the city’s trendy Gaslamp Quarter sits Lionfish, the dynamic, design-driven hotspot on 5th Avenue that honors the essence of the city’s lifestyle. The restaurant offers modern coastal cuisine that features fresh-catch cooking and seasonal ingredients, all prepared with innovative twists.
Saltwater was established on the foundation of delivering a one-of-a-kind fine dining experience to the heart of the Gaslamp Quarter. From the owners of the divine establishments Greystone, Panevino, and Osetra, the newest treasure will immerse you into a luxurious setting that transports you to the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. Reminiscent of a refined 90’ Riva yacht, enjoy the sleek, contemporary interior accentuated by varnished mahogany walls, scenic portholes and a bar dressed in imported marble.
Tin Fish Gaslamp
Sitting in the shadow of Petco Park and steps away from San Diego’s historic “Gaslamp District” the Tin Fish is a favorite of locals and tourists alike. Open daily at 11am, the Tin Fish offers an assortment of fresh grilled and fried plates to satisfy any appetite. In addition to their food, the Tin Fish includes a full bar with daily drink specials and a happy hour offering an exceptional atmosphere to watch your favorite sporting events on six high-definition televisions with Direct T.V. service.
Nautical decor & leather banquettes set a hip tone at this LA-originated seafood eatery.