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1 of 1 results for Del Mar offers travelers with the most sought after Del Mar vacation rental deals. Del Mar is known for its quaint half-timbered Tudor-style architecture, 2 mi of accessible beaches, and the Del Mar racetrack and San Diego County Fairgrounds complex. Tiny Del Mar Village is the smallest incorporated city in San Diego County. Our Del Mar vacation properties are located near top attractions, restaurants and offer travelers a plethora of awesome memories.

Del Mar, CA
Spend your Southern California vacation at the luxurious Villa L’Auberge. Located in the bluffs above the Pacific Ocean in the village of Del Mar, Villa L’Auberge offers stunning views of the ocean and natural hillsides.
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Del Mar comprises two sections: the small historic village adjacent to the beach west of Interstate 5 and a growing business center surrounded by multimillion-dollar tract housing east of the freeway. Tiny Del Mar Village, the smallest incorporated city in San Diego County, holds a population of 4,500 tucked into a 2.1-square-mi beachfront. It's known for its quaint half-timbered Tudor-style architecture, 2 mi of accessible beaches, and the Del Mar racetrack and San Diego County Fairgrounds complex. The village attracted rich and famous visitors from the beginning; they still come for seclusion and to watch the horses run. Its new face is the Del Mar Gateway business complex with high-rise hotels and fast-food outlets east of the interstate at the entrance to Carmel Valley. Both Del Mars, old and new, hold expensive homes belonging to staff and scientists who work in the biotech industry and at UC San Diego in adjacent La Jolla. Access to Del Mar's beaches is from the streets that run east-west off Coast Boulevard; access to the business complex is via Highway 56.

Sophisticated and stylish, Addison challenges many ideas about what fine dining is all about. The dining room and adjacent bar feel Italian and clubby, with intricately carved dark-wood motifs, heavy arches, and marble and wood floors. The tables, by contrast, are pure white adorned with a single flower. William Bradley, one of San Diego's most acclaimed rising star chefs, serves up explosive flavors in his four course prix-fixe dinners, such as Prince Edward Island mussels with Champagne sabayon and lemon verbena jus or foie gras de canard with Le Puy lentils, port wine, and smoked bacon mousse. Entrées include spring lamb persille with pistachio pâté brisée and caramelized garlic puree or perfectly cooked wild Scottish salmon with sauce vin jaune, roasted eggplant stick, and pine nuts. Acclaimed for its extensive wine collection, Addison challenges vino lovers with a 160-page wine list.

The name of this hot dining spot, helmed by executive chef Jason Maitland and tucked inside the San Diego Marriott Del Mar hotel, means "art of the earth." You find just that in gorgeous hors d'oeuvres such as Hawaiian ahi and scallop roulades or Julian apple and pear salad. Entrées include Chino Farms English pea tortelloni, Neiman Ranch flat iron steak, or rainbow trout stuffed with Maine lobster and chorizo. The chef also offers tasting menus with wine pairings from Arterra's extensive wine list. The menu changes daily to reflect what's fresh. A sushi bar is open nightly.

A San Diego tradition since 1967, Bully's is known for superior quality, exceptional value, and, of course, friendly service! Bully's features award winning prime rib, fresh seafood, steaks, ribs, sandwiches and a children's menu. Whether it's breakfast, lunch, or dinner served until midnight, it's sure to be a pleasurable dining experience.

A San Diego tradition since 1969, Brigantine Seafood Restaurants have earned many accolades over the years, including "Best Swordfish in the World" from USA Today. Best known for our great Happy Hours and bustling Oyster Bars, the Brigantine Restaurants are a San Diego favorite for fresh seafood, steaks and chops, for friendly and always knowledgeable service, and for our warm and inviting facilities.

San Diegans are known to complain about the scarcity of decent, East Coast-type delicatessens. Well, this comfortable, no-frills establishment, tucked into a corner of a shopping center, fits the bill. The vast menu extends to all the Jewish deli classics, including blintzes, chopped liver, smoked fish platters, skyscraping sandwiches, and baked beef brisket with potato pancakes. As a plus—this is Del Mar, after all—you can be served on a pleasant outdoor terrace

For you Gringos... EN FUEGO loosely translated means ON FIRE... The postcard above is a gentle reminder of the historic yet humble beginnings of this rustic paradise we call EN FUEGO. Del Mar’s original restaurant, La Tienda (circa 1930), hosted Del Mar race track elites and Hollywood movie stars such as Bing Crosby and Pat O’Brien. El Pescador, with its famous chowder and fish sandwiches, was a Del Mar landmark throughout the 70’s and Baja Grill continued that popularity we still enjoy today. John Wingate opened the doors of En Fuego in July 1995, appropriately enough... on Opening Day of the race track. Thusly making the most popular day of the year in Del Mar our proud Anniversary. This restaurant locale has long been known for serving traditional Mexican dishes and fresh seafood. With the help of our Chef Alfredo Soto Mariscal and staff, some of who have been here since the beginning, we have been able to add to that legacy... our menu exemplifies the flavors of the Mexican Riviera.

Step inside Il Fornaio and take a culinary journey through Italy. Early mornings bring rustic, crisp crusted bread hot from the oven accompanied by the scent of fresh brewed espresso. During lunch and dinner hours, pastas and flavorful sauces simmer while meats and vegetables roast over hot coals. Bottles of wine from small, regional wineries are uncorked to complement the dishes, which have been crafted in the custom of Italy's chefs, bakers and homemakers. In the tradition of Italy's trattorias, the sights, sounds and aromas of authentic Italian cuisine are recreated fresh everyday at Il Fornaio Cucina Italiana.

Small, carefully decorated, and more elegant than any Vietnamese restaurant in San Diego proper, Le Bambou snuggles into the corner of a neighborhood shopping center and is easy to overlook. Those in the know, however, seek it out for authoritative versions of such classics as ground shrimp grilled on sugarcane; Imperial rolls generously stuffed with shrimp and noodles; and make-your-own meat wraps at the table.

Carl Schroeder—one of San Diego's hottest young chefs—makes his debut with a restaurant that combines casual mod decor with creative and fun New Califonia fare. The menu changes regularly depending upon what's fresh. The well-heeled foodie crowd digs Schroeder's seasonally inspired dishes that have a playful spirit, whether it's a blue cheese soufflé with seasonal fruit, a Cobb salad with Maine lobster, or a local red rockfish with bay scallops. A well-edited wine list offers food-friendly wines by the best and brightest young winemakers around the world. Desserts are exquisite, such as the lemon soufflé tart with buttermilk ice cream or the milk chocolate panna cotta with espresso caramel.

The view of the shimmering Pacific from this lovely restaurant perched atop Del Mar Plaza is one of the best along the coast, and compliments the simply prepared, beautifully presented seafood. The highly innovative menu is frequently rewritten to show off such creations as barbecue sugar-spice salmon with mustard sauce and mustard catfish with Yukon Gold potato-corn succotash. The crowd ranges from young hipsters at the bar to well-dressed businesspeople on the terrace, where glass screens block any hint of a chilly breeze.
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