San Diego LGBT Weekly wanted to take a close look at the restaurant offerings in the expanded gayborhood. We ate our way through Mission Hills, Bankers Hill, Hillcrest, University Heights, North Park, Adams Avenue and South Park. Needless to say, we had to make our “Foodies’ Delight” feature have a part two in our next issue. This week, take a look at what we liked in Mission Hills and Bankers Hill. We also spent a day only dining in Hillcrest, which is easy to do given the 180 different eating establishments!
The Hills are alive with the sound of munching. The neighborhoods of Mission Hills and Bankers Hill are offering food delights for Uptown/Midtown residents and beyond. While the two areas house some of the most affluent residents in the central city, they each have a variety of choices that appeal to all price points. Let’s take a hike through the culinary trails of Mission Hills and Bankers Hill.
The oldest and most affluent neighborhood in Uptown, Mission Hills offers an eclectic mix of restaurant and food options. Whether it is buying artisanal cheeses at Venissimo, buying the freshest seafood at Blue Water Seafood Market and Grill or enjoying a nice meal at Brooklyn Girl, Mission Hills offers a variety of options.
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