Horton Plaza Dining Options
Shopping can be tiring and it can work up your appetite. If you find yourself at Horton Plaza and want a non-food court dining option, try the Nordstrom Café, Panda Inn or the Comedy Club & Restaurant. These restaurants not only have great food, but they also can validate your parking if you park in the mall’s parking garage.
If you need a break from shopping or you’re hungry for some lunch, stop by the Nordstrom Café. Though it is busy at lunchtime, the food is worth the hassle. If you don’t like crowds, you can eat at the café for dinner as it is open until 8 pm. The Nordstrom Café is a cafeteria-like eatery which has large portions. Their most popular food items are their soups, salads, Panini’s and grilled cheese sandwich. The café also serves steak, chicken and halibut.
The Panda Inn is a Chinese and Mongolian restaurant that is owned by the Panda Group. This upscale version of Panda Express has a large menu and large portions. You have the option of sitting inside or out. The Panda Inn also has a large dessert menu and has good deals on mimosas during their Sunday brunch.
If you’re looking for a fun and entertaining way to finish your day of shopping, visit the Mad House Comedy Club & Restaurant. The Mad House is open for lunch and dinner and features performances from local stand-up comedians. Be sure to showcase your talent at one of the the comedy club’s amateur and talent nights.
If you are looking for a more casual dining experience while at Horton Plaza, there is a food court upstairs that features a variety of options from pizza to Indian.
San Diego vacationers who want to save money so they can enjoy the San Diego malls, prefer the Marina Inn as their San Diego hotel near Horton Plaza. The Marina Inn offers affordable accommodations, complimentary services and is conveniently located a few minutes from the outdoor shopping complex.