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About Tom Hams Lighthouse
Tom Ham’s Lighthouse was built in 1971 by a man who was not afraid to put his name on his product. Rooted in warm welcomes & excellent food, Tom Ham made his lifelong dream a reality. Tom Ham’s Lighthouse is the only restaurant in the US to have a USCG operated & maintained Lighthouse attached to it. You can locate us on any modern nautical map as Beacon #9. Featuring a 100% responsibly resourced seafood menu & award winning Sunday Champagne Brunch, we are a must when it comes to the San Diego food scene. The dining room, purposely shaped like the state of California, allows for groups as grand as 92 yet private enough for a couple’s night out. Holiday brunches have been long time family traditions for many San Diegans. Start your family’s tradition this next holiday. With the best views of the Downtown City Skyline, Coronado & San Diego Bay, Tom Ham's is & remains a San Diego tradition in dining excellence since 1971.
San Diego, CA 92101
Seafood, Californian, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: *Menu Service Only
Monday - Saturday From 11:30am-3pm
Brunch: *Buffet Only
Sunday 9:30am to 2pm...
Two Hour Dine Time & Buffet is open until 2:45pm
Dinner: *Menu Service Only
Friday & Saturday 5pm-10pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Mr. Rocky Powell
On the Saxophone
Tuesday and Wednesday 4pm-7pm
Please contact Stephany in our catering office.
Plenty of free parking right out in front in our private lot.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Join us for Easter Brunch!
Enjoy bottomless champagne, fresh seafood, and gorgeous views of the San Diego skyline.
Make reservations today.
Private and Semi-private accommodations for groups from 20 to 350. Buyouts available. All Dining space has magnificent view of the San Diego Bay.
Tom Hams Lighthouse Ratings and Reviews
We went for brunch, the service from the waiter was awesome, the hostess however seemed very unorganized. The food was mediocre at best and not at all worth the price. The selections were poor and lacking. I would not recommend this establishment for brunch, if you are going for the awesome view I would suggest packing a nice picnic basket and eating at a bench on harbor island drive, I’m sure it would be more romantic and much much more quieter.
My wife had the Bouillabaisse, the seafood components tasted somewhere between not fresh and just plain bad. Additionally the spice components just were not there for what one would expect from this dish.
I had the Scallops. Also not fresh tasting and overcooked. The artichoke accompaniment was tough and dry. Also the entire dish was served at a less than appropriate temperature.
My Wife and I decided to go hear when a review that we were reading referred to Tom Hams Light house. We were pleasantly surprised that this place provided the local fare that we were wanting and it was presented in a way that made us feel appreciated. We will add this to our list of places.
If you love seafood, this restaurant's Sunday brunch is the one for you! All-you-can-eat lobster, crab legs, stone crab claws, peel & eat shrimp, oysters, scallops, ceviche, as well as carved tri-tip, salads and breakfast items e.g. Meyer lemon ricotta pancakes, bacon and sausages, potatoes, eggs benedict, smoked salmon/bagels and a dessert bar to make you swoon, along with free flowing "champagne" (J. Roget sparkling wine was bing poured the day we were there). All for $48 + 3% service charge + tax! The seating on the deck overlooks the bay and San Diego skyline. The service is exceptional and friendly. This has become our favorite Sunday brunch spot in the San Diego area---and we live approx. 45 minutes away. It's well worth the drive!
Underwhelmed. I'm sure this was once the spot to be but for NYE it was unimpressive and felt like where my grandparents would have gone 30 years ago. Service was friendly but lacked attentiveness. I was hoping for a better experience. Especially for my 5th Anniversary.
Best Sunday brunch in San Diego hands down! I have been here many times. And it is one of my favorite places to take friends and family when visiting. Fresh seafood and endless mimosas alone make the brunch worth the price, but all the other food is also amazing.
Excellent food, server was quasi sincere although she tried to do her best to be pleasant, views were spectacular as was the food. Noise level was too high --- people in our group could not hear one another easily. We weren't surrounded by many people. ...overall enjoyed the experience, however, I wonder how some people justify taking their kids and letting them run around. As cute as they may be, it's not a playground nor is it safe for the kids.
My 84 year mom came in from NJ, so the family met to take her out to dinner. We had a wonderful time. Our server, Diana, was fabulous - she was friendly, professional, and made great suggestions! And the food - talk about yummy! My duck was absolutely delicious! And do yourself a favor; order a side of the cauliflower gratin - mmmm so good!
Ordered the New York steak and it was tough and chewy. I was disapointed. Very nice room and beautiful view of downtown. If you make reservations at 5 p.m. plan on being seated at 5:15 or later. I arrived at 4:30 and had to wait for almost 45 minutes to be seated. They told me the resturant does not open till 5 p.m. so i had to wait. People that arrived well after me were seated before me. That's what happens when you put an inexperianced hostest at the front of your resturaunt. Pretty much every dish is made with either onion or garlic so if you have a food alergy there is not much to eat but salad as much of the food is pre prepared. Calimari was awesome however.
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