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Arterra is putting itself back on the map with a new chef, innovative menu, exciting events and plenty of music. Diners are invited to travel around the globe one bite at a time with newly appointed Executive Chef Evan Cruz’s new menu, inspired by his expeditions around the globe and ample experience in San Diego and beyond.
Behind the sushi bar, Chef Andrew Hoh continues to create signature rolls such as his fresh Albino Roll and decadent Scrumptious Roll which combine the eclectic flavors of Southern California, a technique he is known for, while inventing new rolls on the spot to diners’ delight.
In addition to their new menus, Arterra has rolled out a new craft cocktail program starting with a new bourbon menu featuring a selection of premium, handcrafted bourbons, bourbon infused cocktails and bourbon flights of small batch, single barrel, grain, age and distillery bourbons. A new wine list and cocktail program for the outdoor lounge are also available.
San Diego, CA 92130
American, Sushi, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Fri 6:30 am–10:30 am
Sat, Sun 7:00 am–11:00 am
Mon–Fri 11:30 am–2:00 pm
Mon–Sat 11:30 am–11:00 pm
Mon–Sat 5:30 pm–11:00 pm
Mon–Fri 3:00 pm–7:00 pm
Mon–Sat 5:30 pm–10:00 pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live Music Wednesday through Saturday, 6:30PM-10:30PM
Valet and self parking available.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Arterra has both private dining rooms and large reception venues. Whether hosting a large celebration such as a wedding reception, birthday dinner or hosting a business meeting, Arterra has an ideal spot for your next special event.
Arterra Ratings and Reviews
Arterra used to be one of our favorites but we've not been in a few years so we decided to try it for restaurant week on Monday. We knew something had changed when we walked in at 6:45 & there was one other table in the restaurant. NEVER a good sign even on a Monday night. We were seated but not given the restaurant week menu which was provided reluctantly when we asked. My husband ordered a Tanqueray and Tonic & the server asked if he wanted it up or over ice. The appetizers were good as were the entrees but the dessert was a disaster. We both ordered the peach cobbler. When it arrived its was a luke warm heap of tateless limp pears w a dry crust sprinkled on top. It was so tepid the rock hard tasteless ice cream wouldn't even melt
Went down for San Diego Restaurant week and was extermely disappointed Foodies stay away!!
I had not been back to Arteera in a few years, but remember the fresh farm to fork dishes and unique seafood and sushi combinations and flavors. What the happened?? Now it is a sub par bistro faire they are trying to pawn off as "New America" obviously for the visting hotel guest.
The menu and wine list was way over priced for what you get.
Restaruant used to be really nice and food was good. Lately the food is boring (menu is reletively unchanged over time), food is merely fair (burgers are ok salads were hugely overdressed and soggy). Service was spotty at best (but the waitress reminded us clearly to tip her since we were a party of 6 and they usually pre add the 18% tip)
This was just an ok experience. The good: I had a seafood pasta dish that was the bomb and the mushroom soup with chili oil was the best mushroom soup I have ever had. The service was really good. Our waiter was awesome and the manager came and checked on us often. The bad: the pork tenderloin was awful and the desserts were really bad. I had something called "passion for chocolate" that had some weird things that were supposed to be brownies but they tasted like chocolate tofu. And the ice cream tasted really funny, it had something just wrong in it. Anywho, enjoyed the company and the staff, and a couple things I ate...but you'll have to be careful when picking your dish here and go somewhere else for dessert.
The interior decor and the food were pretty, but the rest of the experience was sub par. The service was underwhelming, the food was bland, they were out of all bottled water and the wine we ordered. It was so loud with the live music that we had to shout at each other to have a conversation. We'd been there before and thought it was a hip, lively place with tasty food. It has become just another ho hum, cliched hotel restaurant. People at the next table were in their bathing suits! We try to take our niece to different places around town to expand her food horizons. This did nothing to that end. We won't give it another try.
While the restaurant wasn't busy, the service was slow. Never received a refill on our drinks. The waiter never came over to inquire if the food met standards. A different experience than others; I have usually been in a much larger group; on this day there were only 3 of us...
I've been to Arterra several times for sushi (I cannot comment on the rest of the menu). It is a nice, upper scale restaurant with good service and excellent sushi. Most sushi restaurants are more casual, so it's nice to have one where you can take clients. I probably would not take someone on a date there, since I don't find the decor or atmosphere overly romantic. But it's great with friends or clients, or if you happen to be staying at the Marriott.
When we arrived at 6:40PM, no one was there to greet us for a few minutes. The food was good, but was not offered sushi menu until I asked for it. Service was slow although restaurant was not busy on a Thursday night. Plates were asked to be cleared before we were even finished - I don't like to be rushed!
This is a great place for a business lunch. Easy parking and good food. All menu items are pretty good but can be pricey, especially when a meal size salad with a pricey price arrives in a small bowl. I would certainly check with the waiter on size before ordering.
Great location, reasonably priced for Easter brunch. The food was okay. It seemed like they weren't prepared for the number of people who were there for brunch. There was always something that needed to be refilled on the buffet line. The omelette bar/carving station cook (female) clearly wasn't happy to be there. The beef was down to the last possible pieces...I asked if they were going to bring out another one and was told "no". When I returned to the buffet approx. 15 min later, there was a new piece of beef - which I skipped because I already had a some earlier, but ended up not eating it.
The menu was so small, uninteresting and had a section for "sandwiches and burgers" and we decided we were not even willing to try the food. This restaurant has clearly been changed into the Marriott "coffee shop" for the hotel. It IS NOT the Arterra of old. DONT bother going.
It becomes obvious that this is a restaurant run by a chain hotel. When it opened it had great attention to detail and locals would visit for a great dining experience. Now it is only worth visiting if you are staying at the hotel. It is off my list as a place to take my wife.
Arterra used to be an exceptional dining experience. Not so any more. It really has evolved into more of a nightclub. The bar was packed. The space including the dining area was exceptionally loud. The food at best was fair. I had the pork chop which was OK, my wife had the salmon which was so oversalted it was not palatable. Last time there for us.
Arterra has wonderful food and very good service. It has comfortable seating and pleasant decor. Our foursome are in our 70's, so the noise made it difficult for us to converse. Apparently, the retaurant has not had a wine steward for several years. We were on our own with the imported wines.
I haven't been to Arterra for a few years and was very happily surprised to find it just charming. Our service was incredible from the hostess, to our waiter (Chase), to the manager and Chef Tony - they all surpassed their duties to make us feel special, welcome and well tended to. The food was yummy and tasted fresh and as if it was made just for us. We didn't want to leave after our meal was done so we went to the bar and listened to the great live acoustic guitarist and again, had an incredible waiter. The service could not have been better and we're looking forward to becoming regulars. It felt like a special date and we left utterly happy.
Cold food, poor service in an almost empty restaurant. Inflexible. I was told they would have a vegetarian alternative. IT was just the side dishes consisting of three string beans, mashed potatoes and tasteless stuffing-NO PROTEIN! The portions for $39.95 where embarrassing at best.Turkey was just ok and the prime rib didnt even taste like a prime rib! We were not at all happy! Good bread though!
This place used to have a good chef and decent food but not anymore. We were there on a Friday night and the restaurant was understaffed. It serves business travelers on Fridays and is typically slow. The waiter confused our order then blamed us for the problem. In the end they took some money off the bill but only after we complained a lot. We are not the type of people who complain or write bad reviews but in this case it is warranted.
Very empty - and hence understaffed -- especially for a Saturday night. Food is very rich. Service was slow because it was understaffed. More of a dining experience for 'business hotel' clients and not a warm and very friendly environment at all for people from the area that want to have a positive dining experience. Won't be back for a while.
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our dinner at Arterra. Our appetizer was very good and the sauce was delicious. We both had steaks and the meat was excellent. I didn't like the pureed potatoes, but my wife loved them. I would definitely go there again, especially for and important dinner. There wine selection was outstanding.
The appetizers were all good. The main courses another story. Every piece of meat that came was severley overcooked from the hamburger, to the turkey burger (Charred piece of meat) to the filet ordered medium rare. The service was not good as the waiter yelled at us when he brought an extra order of something we didnt order. They added an additional 18% to our cc after we had signed with 18% included. Didn't know bradly odgen was no longer there and was embarrassed I brought my friends.
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