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In my little town of Coronado, there are lots of restaurants. It’s a tourist town, and we need to make sure they are well fed. You see restaurants come and go, but there are some that are as Coronado as the Hotel Del. Some of the ones that immediately come to mind are Moo Time Creamery and Leroy’s, both of which are owned by Blue Bridge Hospitality. The restaurant group recently opened Stake Chophouse and Bar with impressive views of the ocean and glass windows from floor to ceiling.
Stake Chophouse and Bar is a sleek, urban restaurant set for casual dining located on an upper level floor and only steps away from our historic hotel. All the fun shops are nearby for an after dinner stroll. There is also a cozy, outdoor fire pit for cocktails and friends on cool summer nights.
This ahi tuna is a tiny morsel of deliciousness and prepared by the restaurant’s executive Chef Tim Kolanko. Light, soft, and yummy.
As you may have guessed, their menu includes several steak options. These steak sandwiches are moist and tender. Before you know it, you will have eaten three! But who’s counting… 🙂
Oysters on the half shell. Need I say more? Shucking oysters is a pain, but the reward is soooo soooo worth it.
Hazelnut chocolate cake. Rich and thick. It’s kinda like biting into a big Nutella cake. Yes, I used the “N” word. My son can’t get enough of it. I might need to take him to Stake Chophouse just to taste this cake.
As a wine blogger, I love seeing a good wine selection. These wine beauties are in a temperature controlled room. Their selection is extensive and hand picked to suit the menu by the restaurant’s wine director, Greg Majors.
Wine, beer, and cocktails. I foresee many happy hours at Stake Chophouse in my near future. Cheers!
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