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Sunday, February 21, 2010

Steak and Neon - Fat City Steakhouse, San Diego

Heather and I decided to go out for dinner this evening, to an old favorite of mine here in San Diego, Fat City Steakhouse.  I've been going there since I came to San Diego in late 1980. 


Almost anyone who has visited San Diego has probably spotted the big pink building with the glowing neon signs on the corner of Pacific Highway and Hawthorn. The interior of the Steakhouse has some great art deco glass. The China Camp restaurant is also good.






I had the bone-in ribeye, or as Heather likes to call it, the "Fred Flintstone Plate".




  

1 comment:

  1. That Fred Flinstone plate looks mighty good. It actually made me drool. Nice shots of the building with the blue hour sky in the background too.

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