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About Miss B's Coconut Club
What you’ll find here is classic, Caribbean-inspired American food with tiki flair. Cubano Roasted Pork, Jerk Chicken and Paella Risotto are in synch with the mambo rhythm of your appetite, and our house-ground burger is one like you won’t find anywhere in town. Jumbo Coconut Shrimp and a list of Street Cart items will have you coming back to try them all, whether you order something “to go” from our walk-up counter, stay to eat on our spacious outdoor patio, or take a seat inside.
Coconut Club’s décor evokes a celebration of Mission Beach’s nautical and maritime past, which takes form as an inspired interpretation of a 30’s-style sailor tiki club. Rum is the star here, and has a leading role in our creative list of grownup cocktails, which includes shareable, tiki-inspired punches and bowls to drum up conversations and generate a buzz. Coconut Club is also a purveyor of fuel that fires the craft beer frenzy, with 20 local and microbrew tap handles.
San Diego, CA 92109
Caribbean, Cuban, American
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Daily: 10:00am - 2:00pm
Dinner: Nightly: 5:00pm - 9:15pm
Santa Clara Pl.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Miss B's Coconut Club Ratings and Reviews
Visited with wife and four kids on beach vacation. Perfect place for the occasion. Fun, beachy cocktails, interesting collection of Caribbean rums. Food was very good and had great Caribbean flavor that felt like vacation. Kids loved rice and bean Bowls. Wife loved coconut curry shrimp and I had a really good chimichurri steak sandwich. Definitely a thumbs up.
I went to Miss B's with a group of friends for dinner. We were all in from out of town and we're staying close by. The service was slow but the server was friendly. The cocktails were the best part of our experience. Unique and quite tasty. The Caribbean food was mediocre. Pretty basic meals. The jerk chicken definitely didn't taste like what I'm used to in Jamaica. The rice and bean bowl was pretty bland. The curried shrimp entree was very small for $17. The music was loud so hard to talk to a group. I probably would not recommend this restaurant. There are way better restaurants in the vicinity.
We wanted to re-live our recent rum-soaked Caribbean vacation and were completely satisfied with our experience at Miss Bs. Our bartender Ari was informative and engaging and the food was authentic and delicious. We can't wait to return and try more of everything!!
The noise level was intolerable.
We Could not even here the waitress talk to us it was so loud. Even though she was standing right next to our table . When we commented on that she said yeah I guess I have a soft voice. They were not able to turn the music down and it was a very in enjoyable dinner. Would not go back unless they can control the volume in the restaurant.
As a group of 8 we all agreed that the drinks were great, along with the music. However, we all ordered food and none of us liked it. We all tried each other's food and they were all bland or overseasoned. The ropa vieja fries were soggy and hardly had any flavor. The pizza we ordered tasted odd. It tasted like it hand singles kraft cheese melted on top instead of your traditional pizza cheese for example mozzarella. Their jumbo jerk shrimp looked like it was covered in mud of how overseasoned it was. When the server asked if we wanted boxes to take out left over food home we all declined because of how bad the food was. So we wasted a lot of money on the food when we should've used the money wisely on just drinks. However, only food item we loved was the plantain coconut shrimp. I had really high hopes for this place's cuisine.
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