Just in time for Valentine’s Day, a Del Mar dining spot has been ranked among the “most romantic” restaurants in America, according to a popular reservation and review website.
According to OpenTable, Addison restaurant – located at 5200 Grand Del Mar Way – is among the 100 most romantic restaurants in America for 2016.
The list, which can be seen in full here, was compiled based on more than five million restaurant reviews submitted by verified OpenTable diners over the course of one year, and includes “restaurants adept at delivering hospitality with a personal touch.”
Addison is the only San Diego-based restaurant that made the cut.
This year, the restaurant – led by Chief William Bradley’s passion for gourmet French cuisine – is offering a romantic, nine-course dinner for Valentine’s Day.
The restaurant’s website gives a peek at the special menu, which includes Kumamoto Oyster with green apple and horseradish as the first course, followed by indulgent items like Black Olive Tortellini with octopus, preserved lemon and smoked peppers, and Cucumber Sorbet with yuzu consommé and Thai basil.
The nine-course Valentine’s Day experience at Addison is $250 per person. Seating is extremely limited and reservations are required. Those who are interested can reserve their seats by calling (858) 314-1900. A wine pairing option is also available for an extra fee.
Other romantic restaurants for 2016 listed in the OpenTable round-up include the famous Rainbow Room atop 30 Rockefeller Center in New York City and St. Martin’s Wine Bistro in Dallas, just to name a couple.