O'Brothers


Published:

Redefining the burger’s junk-food rap, this newfangled eatery is the only fully certified organic kitchen in California. That means everything in the restaurant—from the staff’s T-shirts to the biodegradable straw in your drink—is made from natural materials. And the ingredients that make up the small but tasty menu are all pesticide-, antibiotic- and hormone-free. So you can sink your teeth into an O’Brothers chicken or beef burger—topped with fresh tomatoes, onions and avocados—without any worry about where your food originated. Every meal comes with a green salad sprinkled with goat cheese, cherry tomatoes and homemade dressing; add a side of onion rings and a tangerine soda for good measure. Lunch & dinner daily. 188 Horton Plaza, downtown, 619-615-0909, ­obrothersburgers.com. B&W, CR except DS/CB, $$.

More »Related Stories

Crushing on Temecula

If Napa seems like a schlep, celebrate California Wine Month in Temecula

Gastro Trip: Rosarito

What to expect this season in our favorite food destinations, both established and up-and-coming

Gastro Trip: Salt Lake City

What to expect this season in our favorite food destinations, both established and up-and-coming

Most Popular

  1. Secret San Diego
    Psst! You didn’t hear it from us, but this town has all kinds of "hidden gems" (yes, we said it). And we’re not talking ghost stories at the Hotel Del.
  2. The Best of Ensenada
  3. Culture and Cocktails Goes Nautical July 10th
    Seafaring photo booths, locally-sourced, Ballast Point Cocktails, a not-to-miss summer exhibition...interested yet?
  4. The Ultimate Fourth of July Guide
    Festivals, food, and fireworks—the essential combination for celebrating Independence Day in San Diego. Here’s what’s happening around town this weekend.
  5. Best of San Diego: Food & Drink
  6. FIRST LOOK: Bottega Americano
    With Bottega Americano opening this weekend, Downtown gets its first gourmet food hall

Promotions

Best of Ensenada 2013

Where to eat, drink, sleep & play

Hawaii: Island Fresh

A handy guide to Hawaii's farmers markets

Connect With Us: