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While The Keating doesn’t have a restaurant that it can call its own, it has you covered when it comes to breakfast. Every morning, a complimentary spread of coffee, teas, juices, fresh fruit, and warm pastries from Bread & Cie Bakery (the best in the city) is served in the Gran Turismo meeting room.
In addition, the San Diego hotel is surrounded by dozens of eateries and can arrange for in-room dining. Café 21 is a primary example. Located just a stone’s throw away, the bistro serves organic, made-from-scratch, farm-to-table cuisine, such as strawberry crêpes and fig-marinated short ribs alongside an ever-changing array of housemade sangrias. Other neighborhood standouts include Whiskey Girl and Yard House, where there are 130 beers available on tap. Craving international cuisine? Italian, Thai, and African restaurants are within easy reach. Check with the boutique hotel’s concierge for customized recommendations.