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Addison
If the Michelin Guide extended into Southern California, this restaurant would surely have a star, or two, perhaps even three. Executive Chef William Bradley is essentially San Diego’s Thomas Keller. A Relais & Château Grand Chef, Bradley attracts top talent from around the country to work at the restaurant in the Fairmont Grand Del Mar. The restaurant is named after Addison Mizner, an architect who was inspired by Spanish, Portuguese and Venetian decorative arts and the restaurants screams opulence with iron and glass doorways trimmed in 22-karat gold and a dining room featuring Venetian plaster walls and limestone fireplaces. Guests can choose between a four course or ten course menu that might include coffee-roasted canard with koshihikari rice and candied peanuts, or bouillabaisse with baby fennel, black olives and piment d’espelette. Addison is pricey. The four course tasting menu is $110. For a slightly more affordable evening dine in Le Salon, Addison’s Bar. It offers a four-course canapé menu for two people including a bottle of wine for $135.
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Grand Del Mar, 5200 Grand Del Mar Way, San Diego, CA 92130, USA
+1 858-314-1900
Tue - Thur 6pm - 9pm
Fri, Sat 5:30pm - 9:30pm