More Restaurants in Oceanside, CA

If you are lucky enough to be visiting the Oceanside area for vacation, business or if you’re a local, there are more than a handful of excellent Oceanside restaurants that you will want to put on your short list to try. Most of the best spots are located along the Pacific Coast Highway which runs the length of Oceanside. In fact, over the past 3-5 years, there has been an explosion of new restaurants in downtown Oceanside.You will now find several of the best tap houses and brewpubs in North San Diego County along with some of the best Mexican restaurants in the country.

Be sure to check out the Local Tap House (LTH) located at 308 S Coast Hwy. Not only will you find a selection of some of the best local beers from Stone, Ballast Point, Belching Beaver & Iron Fist, you can order up house crafted food creations like the beer braised brisked french dip and the house made quinoa burger.Another local gem located in South Oceanside is The Privateer Coal FIred Pizza. Enjoy amazing artisan pizzas, calzone’s, sub’s and salads with more local brews. This is one of the best neighborhood restaurant’s in Oceanside and always get’s top reviews.

If you’re craving a healthy breakfast, look no further than the Beach Break cafe, located at 1802 South Coast Hwy. BBC moved into their new, larger location about 2 years ago, but it is still one of the most popular breakfast restaurants in all of Oceanside. The friendly, local vibe will make you feel right at home as you enjoy a signature chili verde omlette or the banana crunch french toast.

Beach Break gets extremely busy, especially on the weekends, so don’t be surprised if you have to wait for a table, but don’t be discouraged, as it will be well worth it. Plus, you can have a coffee while you wait. Something you won’t find in many other breakfast restaurants.These are just a few of our favorite restaurants in the Oceanside, Ca area. If you visit, be sure to give these a try and don’t be afraid to check out some of the other great local spots in the Oceanside Harbor area and east part of the city.