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Is Brigantine in Coronado Good? Any other suggestions?


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Is Brigantine in Coronado Good? Any other suggestions?

hungry_girl78 | | Sep 24, 2008 10:09 AM

My husband has an interview in La Jolla two weeks ago and I loved the area on our short visit. We did not get to go to many of the recomended places (my husband does not like planning too much). Straight from the airport we also went to In-N-Out Burger, the burgers were great... not big on the fires though. That night we went to the Studio Dinner, which was okay. The next day we picked up a few baked items at a small bakery in Del Mar (I think) for breakfast even though we found another place for a brunch (we saved them for a snack later) and they were aswome. (They also had an Italian Garlic bread to sample and it was the best I have ever had!) We at brunch at Champagne Bakery which was good. I had a breakfast flatbread which was delicious for a mix between pizza and breakfast. That night we went to Miguel's in Coronado and the salsa and cheese starters were awsome. My husband like his shrimp enchiladas too. I ordered a grilled chicken something... the chicken was dry but the atmosphere was nice.

So, now my husband has another interview at another place right down the road and we were thinking about going to lunch in Coronado at Brigantine straight from the airport. My husband likes seafood (unlike me) and I want him to have an great meal while we are there this time.

Do any of you have any other suggestions? We will be there Wed. around 11am to Sat. around 9am this time. Since I really did not want to leave last time, we decided to stay one extra night this time so we have a open day of tourist stuff! We also would like to stay under $60 per meal (not counting drinks if we wish to have a few).

Thank you for reading my long post! Have a great day!

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