Home to gorgeous beaches, luxury shopping, and Mitt Romney’s infamous five-car garage elevator, La Jolla is a playground for the rich and shameless -- its name even translates to English as "The Jewel." That said, this seaside neighborhood's real jewels might just be its restaurants.
While big-name spots tend to get all the publicity, La Jolla’s dining scene is about more than just the high end. It’s also about affordable pizza, taco stands, and wave after wave of fresh fish... and yes, lots of high-end spots as well.
Since the biggest problem in picking a place to eat in La Jolla is the fact that you’re spoiled for choice, we're here to help: Here are your must-visit restaurants in this tiny neighborhood by the water.