The Cosmopolitan Hotel and Restaurant is located in the heart of Old Town, where tourists and locals opt for a little historic zazz in their dining or their stay.
Built in the early 1800s, this beautifully designed structure was home to Juan Lorenzo Bandini, a San Diego pioneer. It was later converted to a hotel in the mid-1800s by Emily and Albert Seeley. Much of the history can still be seen in the Cosmopolitan's structure—both in and out.
With an inside dining room as well as an elegant outdoor patio/bar, the Cosmopolitan shows guests ambience in spades. Though a little pricey (yet not over-the-top), the quality of food is a subtle and delicious mix of bistro and Mexican. The bar has a classy approach to drinks. Live music is also incorporated to make the dining an unforgettable experience.