The 10 best restaurants in San Diego, according to our critic

Bill Addison offers 10 ideas for where to eat in San Diego, whether you’re an adventurous Con-goer or just hungry in America’s Finest City.
Bill AddisonRestaurant Critic • Los Angeles Times • July 15, 2022
SAN DIEGO —  By the time Comic-Con attendees arrive in San Diego next week, plenty of restaurants in the city’s touristy Gaslamp Quarter will have dreamed up themed enticements — cocktail ice cubes resembling the Bat Signal, say, or sushi in the...
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