A Memorable San Diego Dining Experience 

Veranda 

Dining
Veranda Restaurant is offering patio dining for breakfast, lunch, and dinner from 7:30am-8pm Sunday-Thursday, 7:30am-9pm Friday & Saturday.

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We have been working hard behind the scenes to implement rigorous health and safety measures along with team training to meet government and health official guidelines. This includes social distancing of course.

In order to meet these new requirements, reservations are strongly recommended and must be made through OpenTable. We are unable to accept phone reservations at this time.


Inspired by the olive trees, gardens and villas that dot the Mediterranean coastline, the Veranda Fireside Lounge & Restaurant melds the classic and the unexpected, making it a place one simply has to experience. Add breathtaking golf course views and our award-wining resort service, and you’ve got a reason to stay all day.

Fresh and modern, Veranda's seasonal menus feature Mediterranean cuisine with a Southern California twist. Each dish is designed by our team of chefs using locally-sourced ingredients and the freshest possible proteins.

Veranda is the perfect place to meet for a quick bite, dine under the stars or gather around the fire with a cocktail. Come and enjoy. You're sure to have an experience to savor.

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Diner's Choice 2015  Diner's Choice 2017   Diner's Choice 2018  
Certificate of Excellence 2019
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We support the minimum wage increase approved by San Diego voters and the State legislature. A 4.5% surcharge has been added to your check and all of us at AVANT and Veranda Fireside Lounge & Restaurant thank you for supporting us as we strive to offer you exceptional service and an extraordinary dining experience.

The San Diego Restaurant Association issued a statement January 2017 regarding restaurant surcharges. The link to this statement is here.
San Diego Restaurant Association’s Chris Duggan (Director of Government Affairs) penned this editorial in the San Diego Union-Tribune on January 12th.  The link to this article is here.