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616 J St, San Diego, CA | Directions   92101

32.709478 -117.158748

Open Hours

Sun 07:00AM - 10:00PM, Tue 07:00AM - 10:00PM, Wed 07:00AM - 10:00PM, Thu 07:00AM - 11:00PM, Fri 07:00AM - 11:00PM, Sat 08:00AM - 11:00PM

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More Categories: Catering

Cuisine: New American, Californian

Price: $$$$

Tags: Bar Scene, Brunch, Business Breakfast, Dine At The Bar, Happy Hour, Lunch Spot, Notable Chef, Online Reservations, Private Rooms, Romantic Dining

Payment Methods: American Express, Cash, Debit Card, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

General Info: Open 7 Days

Neighborhoods: Central, Central San Diego, Gaslamp

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Reviews for Jsix

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

For Being "One of San Diego's Best" - The Service Needs Work – We were guests of the hotel and stopped in for breakfast. The dining room was empty, in fact every time we passed this place it was empty. Not a good sign. Our food was not that great and presentation was boring. Our server forgot to bring our water and coffee to the table. My husband ordered a bloody mary and 10 minutes later when he asked where it was our server said they "ran out" of bloody mary mix and he was waiting for the bartender to get some more. Huh? Take some tomato juice, fresh ground pepper, Worchestershire, a green olive, a squeeze of lemon and a celery stick and call it good. Doesn't take a genius to make bloody mary mix.

over a year ago

One of the best dining establishments in the San Diego area...don't miss it! – I recently had the pleasure of dining at J Six and came away quite satisfied.

The quality service I experienced could not be faulted. I chose the pepper steak and found it to be spectacular!

I had heard that their chef had extensive training and I could easily see that he has learned his trade to a high degree.

Even the modest check at the end of the meal was a concluding surpirse that topped off the entire experience.

I highly recommend this establishment. If you are visiting San Diego be sure not to miss it. If you live

in the area, consider yourself fortunate indeed!

over a year ago

The best scallops ever! – Our dinning experience was fabulous from beginning to end. The waiter was so knowledgeable about everything. He assisted us in our choices which were exactly as he said. I had the scallops & they were done to perfection. Very tender & had an amazing flavor. My husband had fish that was amazing as well.

The squash blossom was a fun surprize! We asked the bus boy a question & he knew the answer!! Everyone appeared to love what they were doing.

We spent the night at the hotel & had breakfast the next morning. Try the lemon French Toast. I'd love to make it at home!

over a year ago

try the molten chocolate cake – our server was attentive and peppy but not overbearing. the food was decent. we shared the dungeness salad. i thought it was a little bit too tart. my friend had the scallops as an entree and thought that it was good. i had the halibut. although it was not overcooked, it was a bit bland. fo dessert, we shared the molten chocolate cake. the cake comes with cherry flavored vanilla ice cream, which i don't like, but, the restaurant was accommodating in switching the ice cream to regular vanilla. as a result, i loved it! the dessert was not too sweet, it was just excellent! i would have it again. the bill came up to about $130-ish with cocktails. it was a bit pricey given that the food (except for the molten chocolate cake) was just ok. the bar upstairs (jbar) was a nice perk to go to after dinner. the fire pits are a great addition. i would probably go back to the bar.

over a year ago

Seafood specialties highlight a menu that offers subtle twists on new-American cuisine at this trendy Gaslamp hot spot. – The Scene
Warm hues of amber and gold are inviting, the young and fabulous staff are engaging, and the bodies that drink at the bar are refined and ravishing. It's all part of the package at Jsix, one of Gaslamp's most fashionable, and flavorful, dining experiences.

The Food
Chef Christian Graves moves to San Diego from San Francisco's Farallon, bringing his reputation for divine seafood dishes that burst with flavor. A thinly-pounded, sushi-grade tuna carpaccio served with crisp and refeshing cucumber relish makes a fitting introduction to any of the menu's diverse offerings, but stick to seafood to truly revel in Graves' expertise. Both the baked halibut and seared sea scallops are lightly crusted and perfectly cooked, the halibut atop hearty Dungeness crab hash, and the scallops with a crispy prosciutto accompaniment. For dessert, warm date and macadamia nut cake polishes the meal with a delightful pairing of subtle tastes.


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