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About Blue Point Coastal Cuisine
Blue Point is a 1940's style New York supper club featuring an extensive wine list, craft cocktails, local beers and the freshest seafood from our innovative Executive Chef. The dining room is lined with cherry wood and the sounds of Frank Sinatra are a mainstay.
San Diego, CA 92101
Seafood, Steak, Californian
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Group Lunches Only.
Dinner: Open at 5pm Daily.
Closed most holidays so please call ahead.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We will gladly cater to the needs of any guest or private party. Our team will work with you to provide an exceptional culinary experience.
Street parking and private paid lots. Please note that 5th Avenue is an Active Loading Zone on Friday and Saturday nights between the hours of 8:00 PM and 3:00 AM.
MTS bus along Market Street
Trolley Stop on 5th & C Sts.
Private Party Facilities:
Please contact us for details.
Private Party Contact:
Reservations: (619) 233-6623
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Inquire on the web at dinecrg.com/group-events
Blue Point Coastal Cuisine Ratings and Reviews
We had a party of 4 with diverse dining desires including one member who is both gluten and dairy-free. Our server was very helpful and happy to assist each of us with our choices and special needs. A very friendly and efficient staff and an all around lovely dinner.
Unfortunately, they missed the bar here. We went to celebrate my birthday and this place was listed as fine dining/seafood restaurant. The ambiance was nice, our server was great, but the food was sub-par. My fiance ordered his steak medium, it came well done. The sever noticed and asked if he wanted her to take it back but he declined because he was very hungry, and embarrassed to do that. I ordered crab legs, which tasted over cooked some how. They weren't sweet and fresh tasting and my asparagus was so mushy that my fork smashed it when I tried to pick it up. I wouldn't go back, it wasn't worth the money.
Food options were varied including fish, meat, vegetarian and gluten free options. Presentation was beautiful and portion size was just right. Our table was inside, but close to the street, which provided a good opportunity to see the local foot traffic. The service was attentive, without being intrusive
Our experience was great! The food was wonderful and the service impeccable. We actually left our credit card there and had a call waiting when we got home - before we realized we had forgotten it!. My husband had the yellowtail and octopus. I had the day's special - swordfish. Both delicious - we also had the Farm salad and the Ceasar salad - excellent and just the right size. My husband was treated to a lovely desert as it was his birthday. Great wine selection as well. Overall a great experience.
Service was good in that the waiter was attentive. Salad, bread, and wine was good. Both ordered seabass, which was terribly overcooked and rubbery. Alerted the manager and waiter who offered to have the meal recooked, but we were on a time crunch. Surprised though that no compensation was given when you are paying $45 for rubbery fish. Will not return.
Our waiter (Phil) was outstanding catering to our every need and smoothly transitioning courses to accommodate our conversation. All of our selections were fabulous (lobster bisque = amazing) and Phil's recommendations were spot on. Even the lemon drop martinis were smooth as silk. Highly recommend for locals and travelers as well.
Although my fish sea bass was a nice piece ( large and meaty) I felt that it lacked flavor. I could have zipped it up with some lemon, sea salt, a little bit of old bay and maybe a parsley garlic blend. It was expensive - roughly 40 dollars but tasteless. Veggies that came with the entree were tasty.
I didn't realize until I arrived that I had eaten here about 20 years ago when I had a memorable shrimp chili rellano appetizer that the chef kindly shared the recipe with me. We both had the beet and goat cheese salad which was excellent. It was larger than I would have expected and I was sorry about that because when the very excellent crab cake appetizer arrived, I could not finish it. There was a single large crab cake with no breaking filler. It was excellent with a perfect crust and great seasoning. There was a small salad with a ginger flavored dressing that was superb. We both had sparking wine and my only complaint was that my Chandon was not cold enough. It was more at white wine temperature and not the colder temperatures that sparking should be served at.
Nice place I would go back again sometime. The food was good, portion and presentation good but,to much ice in the mix drinks. Skip them I won't get again. Would like to have been offered fresh crack black pepper and other seasoning for my pasta seafood dish. The fresh bread was very good and hot the first time. Ask for a both better then seating at a table across from a both or sit away next to other tables.
For a recommended ocean-side seafood restaurant, the food was not consistently good. While my entree of mahi mahi was very good with a unique sauce and excellent presentation, the crab bisque was average and the fried oysters were simply flash-fried and not cooked well. Finally, even with the oysters removed from the bill, the total was still quite high making the value of our evening at Blue Point quite low.
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