San Diego Category: Restaurants & Bars
Looking for fun and unique San Diego things to do? Check out Green Dragon Tavern & Museum in Carlsbad, and you’ll discover not only great food and awesome service, but there’s also a free Revolutionary War museum! It’s a fantastic place to visit for the whole family, the history buff, and even a romantic date night.
This destination-location offers even more, with a coffee shop and bookstore, and a tavern for kicking back and watching the game on TV while you drink a great brew. Locally owned and operated, Green Dragon Tavern & Museum opened in 2014 with the idea of bringing American History to the West Coast.
The original Green Dragon Tavern in Boston was its inspiration, thanks to the historical events that took place there. Known as “The Headquarters of the Revolution,” it was the planning place for the Boston Tea Party and Paul Revere’s famous midnight ride.
At Green Dragon Tavern here in San Diego, you will discover original, historical documents, collected over a 25-year period. When you visit the tavern, you can soak up American History while you dine on delicious food for lunch, brunch or dinner.
If you’re looking for some great East Coast options, there’s no need to pack a heavy coat and fly across the country. Their menu is unbelievable. Just make sure you come with a hearty appetite because the portions are generous.
If you have lobster in mind, look no further than the decadent Lobster Mac made with juicy Maine lobster and creamy mac-and-cheese sauce. Or, try one of their many hot and buttery Lobster rolls. And we can’t forget the clam chowder, which is some of the best in San Diego.
After your meal, head over to their quaint little coffee shop for some delicious pastries and a little caffeine. You’ll need it after that hearty meal you just devoured. Their coffee shop has plenty of places to eat, sit, or get a little work done.
Whether you’ve come to enjoy the history, the beer, the lobster, or the game, Green Dragon Tavern & Museum won’t disappoint. These pioneers of authenticity really nailed it, and made this place worth waving a flag about.
By: Dawn-Renee Rice
Contributions by Madison Teague
Address: 6115 Paseo Del Norte