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Located in La Jolla's famed Bird Rock community, Beaumont's is the perfect restaurant to dine, have cocktails, listen to live music or simply hang out. A favorite by locals and non-locals alike, it's no wonder why San Diego Home Garden Life Styles "Sizzle" described Beaumont's
as, "… a favorite for the local in La Jolla's Bird Rock area..."
San Diego, CA 92037
Contemporary American, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Weekend Breakfast: 8:00am - 3:00pm; Lunch: Daily: 11:30am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Sunday - Tuesday: 5:00pm - 9:30pm, Wednesday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Entertainment: - You loved our Blues Brunch so much that we've made live acoustic music a regular Sunday occurrence. Join us for brunch and music every Sunday from 11:30 am – 3 pm! - Live local music Thursday, Friday, Saturday evening. Ranging from folk, rock, soul, jazz, and pop. Please see our website for current calender and flavor of the night.
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT BEAUMONT'S:
- You loved our Blues Brunch so much that we've made live acoustic music a regular Sunday occurrence. Join us for brunch and music every Sunday from 11:30 am – 3 pm!
- Live local music Thursday, Friday, Saturday evening. Ranging from folk, rock, soul, jazz, and pop. Please see our website for current calender and flavor of the night.
please email email@example.com for details.
Bus 30 - La Jolla Blvd and Bird Rock Ave
Private Party Facilities:
Can accommodate parties from 20-120.
Please contact restaurant for details.
Private Party Contact:
Emma Van Dusen: (845) 943-0912
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Dancing, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, High Tea, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with date, time, occasion and amount of people.
Beaumont's Ratings and Reviews
Beaumont's is our family's favorite brunch spot in San Diego. The food and drinks are always amazing (especially the famous coast toast!!). Bonuses: they have live music sometimes on the weekends and the staff is always so friendly. I can't say enough good things. Beaumont's is highly underrated!
I have severe food allergies and as I told my waiter he went to check with the chef. The choices for entries was limited as told by the manager, so I decided on the soup and salad. There was a arugula salad which sounded good with strawberry goat cheese and almonds. I had about 3 almonds in the whole salad and hardly any goat cheese with strawberries so small and overripe maybe five of those. They really skimped on the ingredients and I was disappointed. The arugula was very wet and I was allergic also to vinegars and spices so I asked for another dressing without pepper also In it. The waiter wasn't too accommodating. But tried. I ended up with olive oil and lemon which made the salad even more wet and since it was my main entree it was very soggy. I then asked for bread to help soak up the wet salad. I was very disappointed. The corn soup was good and I should of had 3 more bowls of that. Husband had the flank steak on the $30 restaurant week menu. He said it was tough, stringy and had little taste. It was served Luke warm and was not even cooked enough. We took the chocolate cake home. When he got home he opened the box and the cake was In pieces like they just threw it in the box. He said It wasn't that good either. The menu sounded good but when the manager came to tell me what I couldn't eat he was condescending and acted like it was my fault. Saying he couldn't shut down the grill just to cook me something. I wasn't asking for that. Just to wipe down a small Little space to avoid an allergy to pepper and spice from Contacting my food. Waiter never came back to see or ask if everything was ok. Hardly saw him after I asked for bread. We will Never go back there! I could put up With bad food but treating us that way was unacceptable! The only nice persons there were the hostess and a bus boy!
Not impressed... The food was okay... Would've been all good but they served my boy who is allergic to peanuts, a mexican hot chocolate with peanuts and cayenne pepper in it instead of just a kids hot chocolate.
The hostesses were helpful and answered my questions with urgency.
After our rush to pay so we can go to the emergency room, the waiter says, get this, "Enjoy the rest of your night!"
This is the nearest decent location I can walk to. (Avoid Lupi's, a close-by Italian restaurant like the plague.)
Trouble is Beaumont's is just lots of food with almost no style. Slap it on, send it out, move 'em on.
Service is quick, but spotty. The ambience would be Ok if they put the patio at the back and banned families.
I go there when I'm really hungry, don't have time to walk elsewhere, and I'm tired of the excellent Don Bravo's.
Food was awful. Salad was dry. Scallops were tasteless and tiny. Over priced for food. Fries were horrible thin sticks .Did not taste like a potato. Hamburger was tasteless. Three different waiters came to our table. Served food to wrong people. Came in shifts. It was 1:00. Not very many people eating there. Busboy was the nicest. Won't eat or recommend this to anyone.
This is clearly a very popular neighborhood spot in the Bird Rock area of La Jolla. Our group of ten was gathering for brunch for both Father's Day and college graduation. The food was really outstanding. I thoroughly enjoyed my carne asada Benedict , a couple had the pork belly hash which they loved, others the Beaumont Benedict, the breakfast burrito and the chillaquiles . Everyone seemed happy with their food. We were seated on the front open air patio which was very pleasant. he service was good but a little slow.
This was our second visit to Beaumont's in as many weeks. We were familiar with new chef Matt Richman from his Table 926 days and were delighted when he became chef at Beaumont's. Of special interest this visit were the soft shell crabs. My husband had sampled them at two other restaurants recently and proclaimed Beaumont's tempura-battered delicacies the best of the three. I had the Jidori chicken, which was also excellent. The new menu is a bit of a challenge for me, as I don't eat fish or pork. I would like to see more types of taco migrate from the happy hour to the regular menu. Also, the specialty cocktails are great!
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