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In addition to the restaurants you see here, the Globe’s own Lady Carolyn’s Pub features a full bar and selection of soup, sandwiches, and other tasty treats. The pub opens 90 minutes prior to curtain in the evening, and one hour prior to showtime at matinee performances. Drinks may be pre-ordered before the show so they are ready for pick-up at intermission. Covered seating is available at the tables in the adjacent Stephen and Mary Birch Pavilion.
Food is not permitted in any of the theatres. Beverages with lids are allowed in the Old Globe Theatre and Lowell Davies Festival Theatre only. No beverages are permitted in the Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre.
1549 El Prado
Set in the rich landscape and finely manicured gardens, the Prado Restaurant is located just steps away from The Old Globe in Balboa Park’s historic House of Hospitality. The Prado offers an unparalleled ambience complemented by world-class cuisine and excellent service.
2550 Fifth Ave
Offering pre-theatre evening dining as well as lunch, Sunday brunch and cocktail hour, this rooftop restaurant celebrates 50 storied years with the impressive combination of Chef Stéphane Voitzwinkler’s award-winning cuisine, standout service, and—without a doubt—the most incredible views of San Diego’s cityscape and sparkling bay.
495 Laurel Street
Right across the Cabrillo Bridge from Balboa Park, this noteworthy American gastropub is tailored for foodies, craft beer lovers, and cocktail enthusiasts. They're all about good food and drink, and they believe in keeping it simple, with seasonal farm-fresh West Coast fare that begins with thoughtfully sourced ingredients combined to create familiar, down-home favorites.
Park and Dine! Free underground parking at 4th and Laurel.
2760 Fifth Ave
Located in Banker’s Hill right next to Balboa Park, Parc Bistro-Brasserie provides a superior customer experience and tremendous value. Using timeless techniques steeped in tradition, Parc Bistro-Brasserie showcases subtle, yet flavorful dishes with clean presentations.
3027 Adams Avenue
Sabuku Sushi is all about a passion for making the most unique sushi creations you can imagine, utilizing only the freshest and highest quality fish, meats and produce, with nothing ever precooked or remade. So whether it’s a couple pieces of sashimi or one of their most creative inside-out rolls, when you taste, you’ll now they’re serious about making nothing but the best for you.