Dining | San Diego Restaurants Near Petco Park

7 Top San Diego Restaurants Near Petco Park

“Haute” dogs at Rare Form

Batter up! Springtime introduces a new season for the San Diego Padres, and we’ve rounded up some of the best restaurants near Petco Park where fans and foodies can fill their plates.

Altitude Sky Lounge
Guests can enjoy a bird’s eye view from the Marriott San Diego Gaslamp Quarter’s Altitude Sky Lounge. Located on the 22nd floor and overlooking the ballpark, diners can enjoy a variety of cocktails, wine, craft beer and food two hours before the game starts and into the evening. San Diego Marriott Gaslamp Quarter, 660 K St., downtown, 619.696.0234. sandiegogaslamphotel.com

Rare Form
San Diego Padres fans will celebrate the start of baseball season with the newly opened Rare Form located alongside Petco’s “Park at the Park.” Executive chef Aldo Negrete just released a new lineup of housemaid “haute” dogs that pay tribute to famous ballparks across the US. Rare Form also offers nine featured schnapps cocktails, 12 draft beers and a selection of wines making it a great stop before or after the game. 793 J St., East Village, 619.255.6507. godblessrareform.com

Bottega Americano
Just steps from the stadium, Bottega Americano claims they have a three-step plan to enjoy the perfect ballgame: 1) Using their $7 valet, 2) Dining at the restaurant, 3) Walking to the game. Executive Chef David Warner sources local and season ingredients for his Italian-inspired menu. The restaurant also offers made-to-order takeout meals. 1195 Island Ave., downtown, 619.255.7800. bottegaamericano.com

Table No. 10
Located inside the historical 1919 Carnation Milk factory, Table No. 10 features an open kitchen, urban-industrial decor, craft cocktails, an onsite garden and a modern American menu loaded with small plates. 369 Tenth Ave., East Village, 619.550.1262. tablenumber10.com

Bub’s at the Ballpark
The bustling sports bar features a baseball-themed menu including a First Base section with sliders, chicken tenders and mini corn dogs. Bub’s at the Ballpark also has an outdoor patio, plenty of flat-screen TVs to catch a game, and an entire menu devoted to tater tots. 715 J St., East Village, 619.546.0815. bubssandiego.com

With gourmet burgers and hot dogs, Neighborhood is a great stop before or after catching a Padres game. Priding itself on being a pioneer in the “gastropub culture,” Neighborhood also offers over 20 craft beers on tap and many more by the bottle. 777 G St., downtown, 619.446.0002. neighborhoodsd.com

Stella Public House
The “farm-to-pizza” restaurant is known for its wood oven-fired pizzas loaded with seasonal local ingredients and Neapolitan-style crust. With 30 craft beers on tap and an internationally curated wine list, Stella Public House has a libation for every palette. 1429 Island Ave., East Village 619.234.0808. stellapublichousesd.com





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