Meh. And I'm speaking of the Imperial Beach location. The price is high for the quality of food served there, especially given the food context in which south San Diego finds itself: bomb-[--], cheap and amazing. Perhaps the high price for the prime real estate? I can understand that. It is, after all, located in a most EXCELLENT of locations to observe surfers and fishermen, all while sucking in the refreshing salt air. This idyllic space is being gastronomically underutilized.
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