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Restaurants

There are scores of a wide range of dining experiences within walking distance of Blackhorse La Jolla Farms.

Here is a Directory of UCSD Places To Eat including restaurants, cafes, fast food, dessert and small grocery stores.

Fast Food   ^top^
+Expand/-Collapse   Estancia La Jolla Blend Cafe   For more info: 858-964-6516  Estancia, off lobby - next door to Blackhorse
Start the morning sipping your favorite beverage as the San Diego sun rises or simply grab and go on your way out for the day at this restaurant and cafe in La Jolla, CA. Located in the lobby, Blend whips up coffee and tea, smoothies, pastries, sandwiches, salads and more. It's also a one-stop shop for Estancia La Jolla apparel, locally made gifts and any travel essentials forgotten at home.

Hours of Operation: Mon - Sun 6am - 7pm

+Expand/-Collapse   Yogurt World   858-558-8989  UCSD - S. of Price Ctr; Triton Fountain & Lyman Ave.
Several frozen yogurt flavors and add your own different toppings.
$0.46/oz.
Casual Dining   ^top^
+Expand/-Collapse   Estancia La Jolla Restaurants & Bars   For more info: 858-964-6516  Estancia La Jolla - next door to Blackhorse

With roots in both Napa Valley to the north and Mexico to the south, Estancia La Jolla's distinguished dining venues serve an array of authentic West Coast cuisine. Sip wines from Trinitas Cellars at Estancia's wine bar, savor decadent breakfast favorites with Southwest flair at Adobe El Restaurante, or sample coastal-inspired cuisine in a hacienda setting at Mustangs & Burros, all in a single day.

❀Mustangs & Burros: Set in a hacienda haven, Mustangs & Burros features coastal inspired cuisine with a southern California twist. Enjoy happy hour every day from 3-6 pm.

❀Adobe El Restaurante: Known for a decadent breakfast buffet, Adobe's menu is a favorite of guests and locals alike at this La Jolla restaurant.

❀ Cellars Wine Bar: Sample the Napa Valley winemaker's best blends plus enjoy a wide selection of local craft beer, craft cocktails and Estancia's own private label whiskey, bourbon and tequila.

❀Blend Cafe: The freshest addition to Estancia's La Jolla dining scene, Blend features freshly brewed coffee, beverages, pastries, and more grab and go items.

+Expand/-Collapse   Happy Hour at Cecil's Lounge   858-534-0876  UCSD Faculty Club
Cecil's Lounge is open to the entire campus community - no membership required.
Happy Hour every Wednesday & Thursday 4:00 - 7:00 pm, featuring
  • 600℉ Brick Pizza Oven ♨
  • Happy Hour Menu offers salads, desserts and shared plates
  • Bar serves craft beer, wine and cocktails
  • Heated patio and fireplace overlooking ☀ Sun God ☀ and Eucalyptus Grove
+Expand/-Collapse   Soda & Swine - UCSD   Phone: 619-800-7507  UCSD - 105 Eucalyptus Grove Lane

[From EATER San Diego by Candice Woo Sept. 17, 2019.]

The third location of Soda & Swine - courtesy of CH Projects co-founder and UCSD alum Arsalun Tafazoli opened September 2019 on campus. The much-anticipated project replaces longtime fixture Porter's Pub and slots in next to the Stage Room, which hosts concerts and special events.

This is the first Soda & Swine to serve breakfast, which will be offered from 8 a.m. to noon and includes a meatball-based breakfast sandwich and breakfast tacos as well as the Japanese-inspired egg salad and omelet sandos from CH's wildly popular breakfast spot Morning Glory. The eatery will also feature a coffee and doughnut cart on the front patio.

Its all-day counter-service menu kicks in at 11 a.m., and combines its original lineup of meatball sliders, from chipotle barbecue-sauced chorizo balls and Vietnamese-style smoked pork balls to vegetarian and vegan versions, with Italian-American dishes like chicken Parmesan and rigatoni with pink sauce.

Soda & Swine is one of the few venues on campus to serve alcohol, and offers 24 beer taps, wine, and two slushies made with trendy White Claw Hard Seltzer. A 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. "social hour" will feature $4 food and drink specials.

Intended to offer an escape from campus life, the 14,000-square-foot restaurant was designed in partnership with Paul Basile and BASILE Studio; the UCSD project marks the hospitality group's last with the local firm. Inside, there's a 25-foot curved copper-faced craft cocktail bar as well as cantilevered lighting , a Baltic birch seating system, and pink tile accents. Working with the existing rustic wood siding exterior, Basile incorporated in effects using a Japanese technique for burning wood called "shou sugi ban", and outside, a 30-foot communal whitewash cedar fire table has a quilted steel fireplace as its centerpiece. Basile shared, "This project is an evolution of the original location in North Park with a little flavor of Liberty Station. The outdoor fireplace is a great example; we were originally inspired by a massive outdoor alcohol kiln that could be found in the midst of a forest. While we built them for the first two locations, we didn't have the space to go completely to scale. With an abundance of patio space here at UCSD, we were able to build this circular fireplace to nearly 14 feet high. It fits perfectly under the surrounding eucalyptus trees, which are iconic to the campus."