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Popular Restaurants near Mission Trails Regional Park

If you're a first time visitor to Mission Trails Regional Park, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants near Mission Trails Regional Park.

What are some good restaurants near Mission Trails Regional Park?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants near Mission Trails Regional Park.

Filippi's Pizza Grotto
10330 Friars Road San Diego, CA

(619) 281-3511
In-N-Out Burger
3102 Sports Arena Boulevard San Diego, CA

(800) 786-1000
Jitter's Coffee Shop
8201-8209 La Mesa Boulevard San Diego, CA

(619) 460-4800
Blind Lady Ale House
3416 Adams Ave San Diego County, CA

(619) 255-2491
Lestat's Coffee House
3343 Adams Avenue San Diego, CA

(619) 282-0437
Super Sergio's
4125 Convoy St San Diego, CA

(858) 560-6902
Dumpling Inn
San Diego, CA

(858) 268-9638
Cantina Mayahuel
2934 Adams Ave San Diego, CA

(619) 283-6292
Fall Brewing Company
4542 30th St San Diego, CA
Belching Beaver North Park
4223 30th St San Diego, CA

(619) 282-1062
Young Hickory
4096 30th St San Diego, CA

(619) 795-6574
URBN Coal Fired Pizza
3085 University Ave San Diego, CA

(619) 255-7300
Ranas Mexico City Cuisine
9683 Campo Rd Spring Valley, CA

(619) 589-1792
Kiko's Fish Taco Truck
4404 Texas St San Diego, CA
Bivouac Ciderworks
3986 30th St San Diego County, CA

(619) 725-0844


Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"Filippi's Pizza Grotto is good for casual Italian."  See More

"On our way to LA from Tijuana, we stopped in SD again for some In-N-Out Burger."  See More

"Close to La Jolla, Jitter's Coffee Shop is great for weekend breakfasts and Yerba Mate lattes."  See More

"Blind Lady Ale House is known as a craft beer mecca not too far from North Park."  See More

"Check out Lestat's on Park (or if it's closer to you, there's also Lestat's Coffee House, which I've yet to check out, but might be similar)."  See More

"Some of my favorite places for this are El Cotixan, Super Sergio's, and Don Carlos Taco Shop."  See More

"Best Chinese food I had in San Diego was at Dumpling Inn on Convoy street."  See More

"Cantina Mayahuel in University Heights has great food and an even better tequila bar."  See More

"Thorn St Brewery Belching Beaver North ParkHess Brewing Fall Brewing Company Modern Times Tasting Room and tons of places in between."  See More

"Get your coffee (and canned beer) at Young Hickory, have one of the best craft cocktails in the city at Polite Provisions, feast on fresh oysters at Ironside or chill out for brunch at Great Maple."  See More

"Stop off for dinner before/after at URBN Coal Fired Pizza right around the block."  See More

"And finally, for authentic Mexico City cuisine, our favorite place is Ranas Mexico City Cuisine."  See More

"I think the truck is called Kiko's Fish Taco Truck, but I could be wrong."  See More

"Shank & Bone, One Door North and Bivouac Ciderworks are new and notable."  See More

Where can I find out more about Mission Trails Regional Park?

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