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Reserve a coveted spot to sample the region’s very best food and service.
Savor inventive, surprising —and above all, French — cuisine at Addison from Chef William Bradley, noted for his refined simplicity. Expect dishes that resemble gleaming gems, presented with flourish and fanfare in an ambiance of Old European grandeur. Addison is San Diego’s first Michelin-starred restaurant, and Southern California’s only Five Diamond and Forbes Five-Star restaurant.
The much-lauded chef, a San Diego native, channels the seasons; for example, fragrant effervescent strawberries infused with rum and champagne, like a delightful, tickling burst of spring. (He is also partial to delicious dabbling with eggs.) And don’t be surprised if the affable chef stops by your table to ask about your meal.
Named for the resort architect Addison Mizner (he of Mediterranean Revival style fame), Addison sits high up on a bluff, its arched windows taking in the 18th hole fairways and waterfalls. Dark woods, coffered ceilings and an imposing stone fireplace set the tone. At the restaurant’s center is a large, impressive wine cellar and the list’s comprehensive coverage — from tantalizingly obscure to exclusive vintages — matches, and compliments, Addison’s celebrated cuisine. An aperitif or après cocktail on the terrace is a must.
10-Course Tasting Menu
Available for the table at $265 per person
Five-Course Tasting Menu
Available for the table at $165 per person
We recommend tableside cheese service and wine pairings to enhance the experience (additional cost).
Tuesday-Thursday, 6-9 pm
Friday-Saturday, 5:30-9:30 pm
Call 858 314 1900