though its officially a pizza joint, this once hole-in-the-wall has blossomed into a full-fledged restaurant. in the quiant and quiet Village district of Claremont, Pizza-n-Such has a wide selection of pizzas as well as sandwiches on hand.
if you're a pastrami lover or a fan of chili cheese fries, then make sure to stop by one of many Hats scattered along the LA area. With the portions they serve, don't be surprised if you'll be leaving with a doggy-bag.
This executive gym is top of the line. The trainers are awesome and are always willing to lend a hand to the dedicated athelete. With revamped locker rooms and tons of weights and equipment, you can pump that iron and relax in a sauna, jacuzzi, or pool.
The gym even comes equipped with its own health foods cafe where the food gives "healthy food" a good name. Ask for Minh Nguyen or any of the employees who are there to serve you.
Exercise, clean-up, and eat...nothing beats that combination.
PROS: clean and has its own cafe
nice place to sit down and enjoy a nice breakfast or brunch with a great view of the pacific and la jolla cove. come and enjoy some great all-american food while enjoying some great all-american views.
CONS: in downtown la jolla, can be pricy for some
this is by far one of the best all-u-can-eat sushi joints i've ever been too. considering how far away it is from any sort of sea port, their selection of fish is always fresh. this is one of the few sushi restaurants i've frequented that actually has the slice of fish be larger than the piece of rice. one of my favorite places to go when visiting Las Vegas
PROS: tons of variety
from New York? looking for a pie? then Bronx Pizza is the place to go. sit and grab a slice or a calzone and enjoy a taste of New York. though it can get busy, the pizza is well worth the wait.
CONS: can get busy
searching for great home-cooked bbq? phils is the place to be...with their rib and chicken variety and choices of sides, there's no way you leave there unsatisfied.
CONS: can get busy
if you're satisfied with rolls and nigiri, then this is the place to be. grab a seat at the bar and watch the chefs do their magic. soon you'll be stuffed to the brim and burping out salmon.
CONS: can't take food to-go
this is definitely a great location for you, the hungry college student who seeks decent chinese food late night. not in the mood for mexican or appetizers at TGIF, then this is one of your best bets.
PROS: has a great late-night menu
CONS: to use late-night menu, u need to be able to speak or understand mandarin
this local bar in downtown la jolla doesn't see much action these days after dark, but it is a nice place to get together with a few friends to have a few drinks. fairly cheap and common selection...sit and watch the tv and chat with friends.
great place if u just want to hang out and avoid the crowds, because downtown la jolla is very dead past 10