345 Fourth Ave, San Diego, CA | Directions 9210132.708985 -117.160607
Sun-Sat 11am -2am
Neighborhoods: Central San Diego, Marina, Central
Obnoxious! – Okay, it's pretty much known that this place has rude service - mabye they think it's kitchy and charming. The worst part of this place is the insanely obnoxious staff up front whose job it is to holler at people walking by to try to get them to eat there. Seriously, you're embarrassed for them and embarrassed to be sitting there.
If the food were awesome, maybe it would be worth it, but...
Nice and Polite NOT ON YOUR LIFE! And I LOVED IT! These guys are good. Hecklers don't stand a chance. Visiting San Diego near the Convention Center or the New Stadium, This is a Must Stop By! A burger is a burger and Pizza is Pizza and a beer is a beer. To each his own but the atmosphere will stop you in your tracks. I tell everyone that is visiting SD, CAL, that they must visit the LAST RESORT!
So-So food, fun atmosphere, HORRENDOUS service!! – Okay, so I have been to Dick's a couple of times and I realize it's their "thing" to have rude servers and its all part of the atmosphere. But seriously, sometimes they really cross the line. First off, when our waiter gave us the bill for a party of 8 he kind of jokingly stated that he "deserved" a 20 dollar tip. Then I realized he hadn't charged me for my soup and I could have easily not paid for it but I believe in Karma so I notified him, at which point he said he could let it slip by if he got a 25 dollar tip. Okay, wtf. The soup was only 4 dollars!!!
So not surprisingly, we ended up not giving him a huge tip because he was waaay too pushy and let's face it, the food is not really worth the price anyways. But when he came back to return our cards and whatnot, he loudly remarked to us at how cheap we were for only giving him a 10 percent tip. Seriously, what was he expecting??
Boisterous, island-inspired spot serves up buckets of barbecue, giant beers and a rowdy atmosphere. – In Short
Expect a semitropical, ultracasual place with tall drinks and no dress code (unless you count Hawaiian shirts, which are encouraged but not required). Popular with tourists, it's also a fave for bachelorette parties and rowdy brunch crowds. The all-purpose, Southern menu is heavy on seafood and barbecue items, many of which are served in stainless steel pails. Choices include shrimp, king crab, ribs, honey-roasted chicken and sides like coleslaw, fries and honey wheat bread.
Are you ready for a good time after work? – This is the place to be after a hard days work. Come here to get the experience that no other restaurant has to offer. Loud, obnactious servers with an attitude! You will have so much fun here you won't believe it. Sit down with a group of friends to drinks, great food, and a lot of mouth between you and the servers. I reccomend asking for Taco as your server... this guy sure knows how to do it up! You will always leave with a smile.
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