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Blue Point Coastal Cuisine
Seafood Restaurant
Today 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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565 5th Ave San Diego, CA 92101
565 5th AvenueUSCaliforniaSan Diego92101
Seafood Restaurant, BarToday 5:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 5:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 5:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 5:00 – 10:00 pmSaturday 5:00 – 10:00 pmSunday 5:00 – 10:00 pm
San Diego's finest seafood since 1995.  Come enjoy Supper Club Sophistication with award-winning style in the Heart of the Historic Gaslamp Quarter in downtown San Diego!
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Refined seafood dishes, a raw bar & classic cocktails are the draw at this vibrant, clubby eatery.- Google
"My first course was the lobster bisque."
"A fine dining restaurant centrally located in downtown San Diego."
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Jonathan Fuhrman
6 months ago
The Branzino fish was great. Just found it to be oddly paired with a very salty/spicy/flavorful olive salad that overpowered the delicate fish. The broccoli was also not well washed and a bit sandy. Very friendly and helpful waitress.
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vince vamrestoration
2 months ago
It was absolutely phenomenal, service and food was top notch!!!
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Angela Noble
2 years ago
Best meal I've ever had!! I've never been a fish lover, but after moving to San Diego from Chicago I made it my goal to give fish and sea food another chance. I came to Blue Point because of their extensive gluten free offerings. My first course was the lobster bisque. This was definitely the best soup I've had in my entire life. I thought about ordering a second bowl - seriously. My main entree was the special for the night which was a halibut served over potato risotto with some vegetables (normally served with a crab crust, but that's not gluten free). Not being a fish lover (or even liker) I was apprehensive, but couldn't have been more impressed. The amount of fish was double what I could eat (and I'm a big eater). The fish didn't taste fishy at all and was seasoned and cooked perfectly. The risotto and vegetables were delicious as well. I finished my meal with a chocolate lava cake (yes, gluten free) and vanilla ice cream. The lava cake was very very sweet, but so good. The prices are high, but not extraordinary - and definitely well worth it. Presentation and service were excellent as well. They also have quite an extensive mixed drink, wine and beer list. I will be back!
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Mike Kulick
6 years ago
If you are ever in the Gaslamp Quarter of San Diego and have a few bucks to spend on a pricey meal, visit Blue Point. My girlfriend and I just returned from a dining experience that can only be described as awesome! She had the seabass, I had the swordfish, paired with a glass of semi-sweet white wine (both very tender, great portions as well). We also had two items from the "oyster bar" menu -- the lobster and shrimp potstickers and the ahi seaweed salad (not exactly sure why it is called the "oyster bar" menu, as not any of the items have oysters, but perhaps it's a fancy name for an appetizer menu). We finished it all off with a great cinnamon peach strudel. We were also given a complimentary salmon tartar sample at the beginning and it just melted in your mouth. We are still reeling from how great this meal was. If you are thinking seafood and fine dining, look no further than Blue Point. You'll thank yourself when you're done eating there.
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Gina Garcia
7 months ago
A fine dining restaurant centrally located in downtown San Diego. I would give a rating of five stars outstanding reviews, and highly recommended.
Robyn Laing
a year ago
Yeah, I'm sorry to say but I was kind of disappointed in this place. The sample of tuna tartar was wonderful, and the bread the brought out before the meal was also wonderful, but those were probably the only 5 star items brought out. As for my dish (I go the ono), it was nice, but nothing all that special... My friend got a soup that I tasted that was also nice, but again, nothing memorable. I would have given it a 4 star rating, but I'm taking off an entire star for the fact that my side dish consisted of previously FROZEN GREEN BEANS. Frozen! There is no excuse for this. Not only do I find frozen veggies to be rather nasty, but for $32/plate I expect my side dish to be a nice highlight of my meal and not a major detraction (not to mention an eye-sore, all puffy and sick green colored). It's insulting! Even at cheap chain restaurants you can get fresh veggies. Well, that's it. Overall, I don't recommend this place. Not for that price anyway. There were several other (similarly priced) wonderful places in San Diego with much better food.
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Jlihnen Ihnen
a year ago
It reeked in this place. The food mediocre and beer so so. Nobu was far better.
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Sankarson Banerjee
9 years ago
a stylish but unreliable restaurant that occassionally serves great food but is disappointingly bad every once in a while


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