This year the owner of Red Sails Inn has really expanded his menu by offering a variety of comfort food in addition to great seafood. The dinner menu now includes meatloaf, country fried steak, and a Reuben and steak sandwich. In addition you can now order a 10oz Ribeye, crab stuffed, bacon wrapped jumbo shrimp, deep fried catfish, Cajun style and chicken picatta.
The lunch menu has added several favorites such as a Bacon Bleu burger, Mushroom Swiss burger, Southwest burger (Ortega chili, pepper jack cheese, side of jalapenos), Deep fried cat fish, a chicken bacon cheddar sandwich, and a Reuben sandwich. Of course the kids menu includes favorites such as grilled cheese, corn dogs, mac and cheese and chicken tenders.
Along with being a favorite seafood restaurant Red Sails Inn is well known as a great place for breakfast. Along with the normal breakfast menu items you can also order Fish and Eggs, Crab Benedict, a Crab Omelet or Shrimp Omelet. One of my favorite items is their Collision Matt Special which includes 2 eggs, bacon or sausage and 2 pancakes.
When you combine great food with an ideal setting, it’s difficult to improve on it. Red Sails Inn is located in Point Loma and sets right on the bay with lots of luxury yachts moored to the dock. Setting on their fantastic patio is a great way to enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner or their special Happy Hour.
Speaking of Happy Hour, this isn’t your normal Happy Hour with less than stellar appetizers at half price. They serve great appetizers including a jumbo shrimp cocktail, crab cakes, etc. with $2 off on all bar appetizers. The Happy Hour runs from 2-6 Monday thru Friday. Sunday thru Thursday they offer a Sunset Dinner special that is very popular. On Tuesday they offer ½ off of any bottle of wine they carry with a dinner purchase.
Whether you’re looking for great seafood or comfort food you’ll find the Red Sails Inn to be a great place to visit. The owner, Bill Dargitz, has carried on the tradition and reputation established by his father, Jack Dargitz and Rick Hills when they bought the restaurant in 1962. Bill says that what please him the most is the compliments he gets from his customers each time they come to the restaurant.
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