Blue Fire Grill is a family-run restaurant that offers modern American cuisine in cozy indoor settings and an outdoor lounge. Chef Marc Therrien brings his vast culinary skills to bear on a seasonal menu made up of beef and seafood dishes, with an emphasis on using fresh ingredients to ensure the best flavor. Lunch entrees come with a selection of two sides while dinner entrees are paired with sides and a salad. The restaurant also boasts an excellent wine selection, complemented with daily happy hour specials.
Blue Fire Grill routinely features live music performances. Stop by on Wednesday to enjoy a variety of music, including blues, acoustic rock and contemporary tunes. The restaurant also offers private dining facilities that can be adapted to different events. Blue Fire Grill is open every day of the week.
The butternut squash soup and roasted beet salad were divine. Wonderful environment of friendly and attentive staff, music, and design .
I went to dinner with my three girlfriend for a birthday celebration. We throughly enjoyed our evening. We had a great bottle of wine, Butternut squash soup to start. We then shared the beet salad, Salmon, and lobster Mac and cheese. The nice waitress brought us a beautiful dessert tray with Happy Birthday written in chocolate. It was delicious.
I was disappointed there was no piano player like advertised. I think the main dining room or outside seating had more ambiance than the back room where we were seated.
We ate there two nights in a row. Went back next night for the clam chowder. It's excellent. Braised beef was really good also.
Chef and sous chef are watching every dish that come out of the well run a kitchen.
We had excellent food, although we arrived unhappy because the restaurant is so darned hard to find -- even though we had been there before. It's hidden inside La Costa resort, and we never found a single sign. Fortunately, the hostess, Sky, was wonderful. They gave us great seats, free appetizers and great service.
One caveat: the restaurant is morphing into a steak house in a few months. I like it the way it is.
Waited over 20 minutes to even get a glass of water. No staff to be seen for ages. Restaurant patrons there before us didn't have their food until around the time we got ours so slow service all around. Only three tables including ours were seated so not overly busy. Good choice was a little sparse. My companion enjoyed his short ribs but the chicken added to my risotto tasted as if boiled and unseasoned. Not sure I'd go back.
Menu items missing. Fish was not high quality. Service was great!!
Extremely over priced, food was bland, old, and previously frozen. Only redeeming quality was our server.
With all the amazing & high quality restaurants surrounding this area...eat there. Do not waste your money here.
We always enjoy LaCosta Resort for special occasions. The service is always great and so is the food. The holiday environment was very warming and not crowded. Great for taking pictures. The Resort is close to home, so the drive is great.....
The food was fair at best; had a rib eye steak that was more fat vs meat; had to ask the waiter several times for bread, water and wine. Desert was great. Disappointed overall since the La Costa resort is very nice.