DiscoverSD.com reveals the top ten romantic restaurants in San Diego.
Bertrand at Mister A's
Boasting one of the best views in San Diego, Mister A’s delivers a romantic setting with a 12th floor skyline of Hillcrest, Balboa Park and all of downtown.
Tucked inside an old country house with small, quaint rooms, big cozy booths and a roaring fireplace, Thee Bungalow is one of San Diego’s most romantic dining spots.
This waterfront restaurant at the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay proves love isn’t in the air, but rather, love is in the water this Valentine’s Day.
The name says it all. With a dining area awash in soft candlelight, the intimate, glowing environment sets a romantic mood for any occasion.
Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion
The newest 17,500 square-foot location on the San Diego Harbor offers multiple options for a romantic dining experience.
The Ivy Hotel’s signature restaurant – Nathan Coulon’s Quarter Kitchen – offers a special ‘His and Hers’ dinner menu this Valentine’s Day.
The Coronado Boathouse was built in 1887 (by the same constructionists as the neighboring Hotel Del Coronado) and its architecture beams with elegance and style.
The Sky Room
The Sky Room is nestled on top of the La Valencia Hotel, with an unobstructed 180-degree view of the Pacific Ocean.
A rich menu of authentic cuisine and a spicy, lively ambiance welcomes guests to one of the most beloved eateries in San Diego.
Resembling a French countryside retreat, Mille Fleurs is located on a small estate in Rancho Santa Fe, and offers a warm and romantic setting amidst glowing fireplaces and elegant cuisine.
For more details about each of these locations read DiscoverSD.com's article "Top Ten Romantic Restaurants in San Diego."