Brian Buffini’s Success Tour San Diego: Where to Eat

You'll work up an appetite at BBST San Diego. Here are some places to try.

You’ll work up an appetite at BBST San Diego. Here are some places to try.

We’re kicking off the 2015 Success Tour in San Diego, land of beautiful beaches and 70 degree weather (a welcomed respite for those traveling to the area from places that are buried under several feet of snow). Over the two-day high-energy real estate event, you’re sure to work up an appetite. Feed your body and you feed your mind. Make sure your mind is in peak condition and try these nearby restaurants.

JJ’s Sunset Deli by the Bay: 200 Marina Park Way, 0.1 miles from the Success Tour
Located behind the Convention Center and overlooking the Bay, this deli is a hidden gem. Known for its mean pulled pork sandwich, it features a variety of sandwiches and burgers for a great price. Grab your food and watch the boats sail by on the Bay. Price range: $ Category: American

Lou & Mickey’s: 224 5th Ave, 0.1 miles from the Success Tour
Close to the Convention Center in the Gaslamp Quarter, Lou & Mickey’s is a popular steakhouse that also serves seafood and pasta. Nosh on a variety of appetizers, salads, sandwiches and lunch entrees, as well as steak. Price range: $$$ Category: Seafood, Steakhouses

Tin Fish Gaslap: 170 6th Ave, 0.2 miles from the Success Tour
Located across the street and over the tracks from the Convention Center, Tin Fish Gaslamp is known for its fish & chips and fish tacos, among other seafood dishes. If fish isn’t your favorite, the restaurant also offers burgers, soups and salads. Tin Fish Gaslamp opens daily at 11am and features indoor and outdoor seating. Price range: $$ Category: Seafood, Mexican, American

Werewolf: 627 4th Ave, 0.5 miles from the Success Tour
Whether you eat at Werewolf for breakfast, lunch or dinner, you’ll leave happy and full. Werewolf features a variety of dishes, including gluten-free options, sure to please everyone. Choose from burgers, sandwiches, salads and much more. Price range: $$ Category: American

Searsucker: 611 5th Ave, 0.4 miles
Searsucker was voted the top spot for the “Best Business Lunch in San Diego” by the readers of San Diego Magazine in 2012 and continues to please diners with fresh ingredients and dishes that include the Italian Stallion sandwich and “the royal with cheese.” The lunch menu features soup, salad, and hot and cold sandwiches that will leave your belly happy. Price range: $$$ Category: American
While all of these restaurants are within a few blocks of the San Diego Convention Center, Seaport Village and the Gaslamp District offer a ton of dining options to satisfy even the pickiest palate. With so many choices, you won’t be disappointed.

Have you signed up for Brian Buffini’s Success Tour in San Diego? There are still seats available. Register today to reserve your seat!

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