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About 94th Aero Squadron - San Diego
For over 40 years, one of San Diego's landmark dining destinations and one of the most unique and memorable restaurants you will ever find. Located inside a replica of a World War I French farmhouse decorated with fascinating military memorabilia, antiques, and aviation relics, the restaurant overlooks Montgomery Field Airport, and has a cozy and romantic ambiance, with large stone fireplaces intimate booths, and beautiful views. The extensive menu features mid-western aged beef and the freshest seafood. Here you will find USDA Choice & Prime Beef steaks, slow-roasted Angus prime rib, succulent lobster tail, fresh fish, rack of lamb, salad entrees,seafood chicken, pasta dishes, and fabulous desserts. Their famous Sunday Champagne Brunch Buffet is not to be missed. Beautiful outdoor patios, a very popular Happy Hour, and excellent banquet facilities help make the 94th Aero Squadron one of the great dining experiences in all of San Diego.
San Diego, CA 92123
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - FRiday: 11:00am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday: 4:00pm -11:00pm, Saturday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm; Sunday Brunch: 9:00am - 3:00pm
$30 and under
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D.J. & Dancing on Fridays from 6:00 pm until 1:30 am.
Singles Night with D.J. & Dancing on Tuesdays from 7:00 pm until 11:00 pm. Live Band July through October, every Thursday on the patios, 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm.
Large lot with ample free parking.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Dancing, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Beautiful, unique banquet facilities for parties of 25 to 200. Wedding receptions, ceremonies, rehearsal dinners, corporate functions, cocktail parties, birthday & anniversary dinners, retirement celebrations, private luncheons, etc. Superb food, attentive service, and affordable prices.
94th Aero Squadron - San Diego Ratings and Reviews
A group of friends meet once a month and try a different restaurant every time. 94th Aero Squadron was our choice this month and we were not disappointed! There were 8 of us and everyone was happy with their food choices. Three got the buffet and were very happy. Two got the cheese sliders and the only complaint was that there could have been more cheese, but they were still good. I got the shrimp and crab Louie salad and I thought it was fantastic. We were able to have a nice conversation and hear from one end of the table to another. Our waitress (wish I could remember her name) was excellent. Serving 8 women who sometimes have special requests must be trying - but she was amazing! Great experience, we will definitely come back. As a side note, I have also been to 94th for Sunday brunch - and I highly recommend it!
It was a very warm day and the restaurant was so hot that we almost decided to leave. It's obvious that the air conditioner isn't working properly or needs to be replaced. It's very uncomfortable to enjoy your meal when everyone is sweating from the heat. Customers were fanning themselves because there was inadequate air movement. The food was great, would have enjoyed it if the heat didn't ruin the experience.
I love brunch at 94th! My only complaint is that it is SO hot in the waiting area. When my family and I went this past Sunday, we had to wait approximately 15 minutes for our reservation. That wasn't a huge deal except we couldn't go outside because it was raining, and it was so hot in the entryway I thought I was going to pass out. It was slightly cooler at our table because we were directly under a fan. I still love this place, but I wish they would update their cooking system.
This restaurant was recommended by my boy friend James brodfuehrer who frequents this restaurant ion special occasions. He recommended the Sunday brunch and we truly enjoyed it.
My family enjoyed everything about it and will definitely come back fir brunch 👍
We have gone to the restaurant many times and have been comfortable UNTIL this visit. It was stifling and hot in the restaurant and, through our waitress, we requested that the air conditioning be adjusted. She reported telling the manager twice. We then asked to see the manager but he could not be bothered to even come by. We will not visit again except when the weather is cool.
The food was exceptional and great variety. One of the best places we have been for Sunday Champagne Brunch. Our server kept our glasses full and paid a good deal of attention to us even though he was very busy. We had a reservation and were seated by our reservation time...very appreciated.
We were a party of six, but one couple was late. They sat us, but wouldn't come by to take a drink order until the other couple arrived 15 min. later. My husband said the blackened tilapia wasn't very good...tilapia is too delicate a fish to do it blackened, I think. Last time we were here, the tilapia was grilled-much better. Three of us had the Parmesan chicken and everyone's was good.
As we'll be leaving the state we wanted to ensure we enjoyed a wonderful dinner once more. We all had something different on the menu and it was all delicious. We've always found the food to be very tasty and the service to be good.
Since being introduced to 94 Aero for brunch a few years ago through a friend, we've celebrated birthday's, had a wedding reception and celebrated a couple of anniversaries here. We've always had a wonderful experience.
First time trying this place for dinner. The lunch food is much better. It was clear that the steaks had been previously frozen. They also didn't have much flavor. The vegetables were total mush from over cooking. Our server lacked knowledge of the menu and had the personality of a rock. The atmosphere is cute and the prices wouldn't be bad if the food quality were only better, but the dinner entrees and service leave much to be desired. I think we'll stick to just happy hour drinks or lunch in the future.
I has been years since I dined at the 94th Aero Squadron. I am happy to say that I have dined there two times in the last two weeks. Once with friends and once for business purposes. It suits both needs equally as well. The outside of building is very pleasantly quaint as is the inside. I highly recommend the reuben sandwich. Very generous in size and delicious. Their cheese soup is also delicious.
Arrived early for the $23 meals, but decided to order from the full menu. The ambiance is "previous World Wars" outdoors are a biplane & WWI ambulance. Tables provide privacy if wanted and the view of the airfield is nice. Oh yes, the food & service were wonderful!
We are not usually in that neighborhood so taking the opportunity to eat there was a commitment to driving. Fortunately by eating lunch there we were able to avoid most of the traffic. While not buffet enthusiasts, their selection of fresh food was delightful and lured us in. The spinach zucchini soup was fabulous and the various salads were crisp and fresh. Our server, Penny, was friendly and efficient. We enjoyed the ambience and were delighted to hear that on some days they have live music and dancing. We will definitely be back.
I asked water with lemon as my drink. I got a onion lemon water. Onion?!? In iced water? Not a subtle onion taste but a STRONG onion taste with the hint of lemon.
Next, we did an appetizer, its combination platter, a mix of crab stuffed mushroom, calamari, zucchini and potato skins. Everything was good. Piping hot. So we ordered the early flight dinner. Its choice of soup or salad, choice of prime rib, top sirloin, parmesan crusted chicken and selected fish, choice of mashed potato, vegetables, rice pilaf. Plus dessert and coffee or tea. So, we thought it was a very good deal and we ordered the early flight dinner. We both got prime rib, he got veggies, I got mashed potato. We both got iced tea and for our dessert, its rainbow sherbet. Main course was ok. Its not bad its not amazingly good. Ate sherbet. At my last. Spoonful of sherbet, I felt inside my mouth something weird, feels grainy, so I spit it out. There is like peanuts on my sherbet. My Fiance, who was,looking at me was asking what's going on. I told him I thought I broke my tooth because I felt something chunky in my mouth. And its peanuts. Mind you that both of us ordered the same dessert. If its part of the sherbet, then he would've gotten it as well. Then... The cherry on top... I saw a gnat/bug/ant on my spoon on my last bite of the dessert. Really... This is nightmare hellick restaurant... Now.. The check comes... They billed us for the iced tea. Server stated, its coffee and hot tea only that comes with the dinner. We didn't argue but when we got home we checked their menu. It doesn't say it has to be hot tea... It says coffee or tea. With this appalling situation, I think 1 star is more than enough rating. If I can give out zeroooooes I would!!!!
It was lovely to sit outside and enjoy dinner until all these people started standing around our table drinking. So much for a peaceful dining experience. They should make the right side of the outside for dining only and those that are coming for happy hour and not eating should strictly be on the left. It was very disappointing!
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