Get to know the city that made fish tacos famous. Start with the San Diego classic, Cuatros Milpas located in Barrio Logan, but be prepared to wait in line, this venue is only open a few hours a day and is known to have lines that run the block.
Next head two blocks away to La Fachada where the carnitas tacos will make you think you're in Baja. Make sure to order one of the fruit drinks and take a seat at one of the plastic tables on the patio for people watching.
Next up head to Tacos El Gordo in Chula Vista. Yes, it's a chain of sorts, but it's a must on the San Diego and Mexico taco scenes. The tacos are made fresh and served with an avocado cream sauce.
South Beach Bar & Grille in Ocean Beach is the next stop. Famous for fish tacos and craft beer, it is a quintessential San Diego experience and you'll leave full and happy.
If you still haven't had enough, other options to consider adding to the taco tour include , Mama Testa’s (the location wherein Bobby Flay lost a fish taco throw down) located in the Hillcrest neighborhood, and Lucha Libre located in lower Mission Hills area.