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Hungry visitors who procrastinated NEED YOUR HELP!


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Hungry visitors who procrastinated NEED YOUR HELP!

kayeyeem | | Sep 5, 2011 06:18 PM

Who are we....?
A group (family) of nine from L.A., 6 of us are 26-35ish, then we've got two 60somethings and a 90something. We are bringing four small dogs. We'll be there 9/9-9/11.

Where are we staying....?
Loews in Coronado.

We're staying at Loews in Coronado.
Three of us are pescatarians.
We're waiting until NOW to try and figure out what to do.
We are taking this trip to spend some time with a 90something year old grandmother who can't spend all day walking around.

What do we need your help with.....?
On Friday evening we would like to get the dogs to a dog park to run around & drain some energy. Then, we want a reasonably priced (think $30 per person) dinner with outdoor seating (for 9!!!) that allows dogs (So far I've only found Zanzibar Cafe Downtown and possibly Currant). We are willing to drive, however, if we could stay closer to Coronado that would be good. If not, it would be nice to have the restaurant near the dog park.

Saturday we are most likely doing the caravan tour at the safari park in the morning (breakfast suggestions are welcome). We would like to find somewhere on the way that we can pick up some sandwiches to take with us. Then we need a nice place for dinner (no dogs this time) where we might actually be able to get a reservation. We would have loved to try searsucker, bencotto and others but seems like we should have been on this a LONG time ago.

Sunday maybe some brunch before the drive home....Urban Solace seems very popular, any other recommendations? It would also be great if the brunch place was dog friendly so we could just take off right after.

Thanks for your time we promise to plan (ahead, better etc.)!!

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