535 5TH Ave, San Diego, CA | Directions 9210132.710986 -117.160033
Neighborhoods: Central, Gaslamp, Central San Diego
A popular North County chef relocates to the Gaslamp's restaurant row with a small plates menu full of local ingredients. – In Short
In the old Moose McGillycuddy's space on Fifth Ave, the Marble Room debuted in September 2008 with its own take on the ubiquitous small plates trend: Locally sourced meat, dairy and produce served in small portions meant for sharing. Dishes range from $8 for prosciutto mac 'n cheese up to $18 for the lamb chops with cucumber-onion relish, and the ever-popular slides come with carmody cheese and bacon braised onions for under $10. Most recently the Executive chef at Delicia's in posh Rancho Santa Fe, Bill Sauer's new home comes with a retro-modern styling, oversized half-circle booths and plenty of seating at the bar and on the street-side patio along Fifth Ave.
Good bar food at a great price – We stumbled upon this restaurant while waiting for our hotel room to be ready when we were in town for a conference. It was a nice day so we sat outside. The worst part about lunch was trying to make a decision on what to order--they had a bit of everything! Portion sizes were good, prices were great for the area, and everything we ordered and that we saw delivered to other tables looked fantastic.
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