I'm so glad my dear Sister floated me over to the C-Level on Christmas Day. She insisted C-Level was not some tourist magnet but was strongly favored by local powers-that-be, the yachting crowd, business execs and anyone who wanted to really unwind after a bouncy flight into nearby Lindbergh Field. I was very pleasantly surprised to dine with her overlooking a smooth San Diego Bay that mirrored the vast Downtown skyline, Coronado and the North Island Naval facilities. The sea level view contributed enormously to our enjoyment of that holy day.
We ordered our drinks and sampled from the restaurant's sea level, walk-in wine closet next to the bar. All entrees were rather expensive but the ambience proved their worth. I would have to travel to Alaska, so it seemed, to taste better salmon than C-Level provided. All the side dishes and unique salad and dinner rolls were outstanding. Service was brisk, friendly and responsive to our every whim regarding menu modifications or those little extras that you remember. But we were not rushed and were able to catch up on family business and recent travels. Parking was adequate and the small restrooms were fair. There was a huge, well-stocked bar.
Bottom line: Save C-Level for those special occasions or better - to relax on a quiet weekday. Float in and ask for a waterside table overlooking one of America's finest harbors. You'll not soon forget the incredible views and a perceptible "high" at C-Level.
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