We stopped by Pizza Port after our visit to Cabrillo National Monument and the tidepool/bluffs. The Ocean Beach area has so many great places to eat and it wasn’t far from where we were.
Honest moment—P and I have very mixed feelings about Ocean Beach. Parking is terrible and encounters with some of the locals can be interesting. I’ll leave it at that.
Pizza Port is part brewery and part pizza parlor. You order your food at the counter and wait for your name to be called. It’s loud, but generally kid friendly. There were a lot of families there when we went around 4 pm.
We couldn’t resist getting a couple beers while we were there. P got the Swami’s IPA and I ordered the Cactus Red from 101 Cider House, which tasted liked Kombucha to me.
We were hungry, but not famished, so we shared a medium Lahaina pizza with the kids thinking it would hold us over and we would have a light dinner. Needless to say, we never had that light dinner. Pizza Port does not skimp on the toppings and the crust is amazing too!
P and I both had two slices and were feeling full and E barely touched his food (typical toddler). Somehow V ate three whole slices! She was feeling pretty sick on the way home though.
I’m glad our last minute decision to eat at Pizza Port was a success!
Find more eats on our San Diego bucket list!