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Carmel, California
Carmel-By-The-Sea Restaurants
— Carmel "Downtown" Restaurants
— Carmel Valley Restaurants
— Carmel Highlands Restaurants

Katy's Place, Carmel, California

Carmel has a myriad of charming little restaurants and cafes where you can savor a full range of international, regional and local cuisines.

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"Al Fresco" Dining
Carmel and Monterey are FUN places to enjoy dining outdoors on a patio or terrace. Be sure to include this request when making your reservations with OpenTable.

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"Al Fresco" Dining

Sunday Brunch
Whether it's a special occasion, an opportunity for friends to catch up, or a pleasant start to a lazy weekend, Sunday brunch is a meal for relaxation and good company. Visit your favorite brunch spot this Sunday!
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Group Dinners or Parties
Planning a Holiday Party, Business Meal, Birthday or Special Celebration for 8-20 people? You can now reserve online for groups!
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Casanova's world-class wine cellar



Carmel Valley Restaurants
Bahama Island Steakhouse — formerly Bahama Billy's at The Barnyard
Bixby Bistro — The Barnyard
Bernardus Lodge
Carmel Valley Ranch
Citronelle @ Carmel Valley Ranch
Corkscrew Cafe
Marinus @ Bernardus Lodge
Quail Lodge
Toast
Wagon Wheel
Wickets @ Bernardus Lodge

Bahama Billy's, Carmel Valley, California

Carmel Valley Village Restaurants
Brunello Ristorante
Cafe Rustica
Corkscrew Bistro
Village Fish House


 

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Casanova Restaurant, Carmel, California

Carmel Restaurants
Anton & Michel Restaurant
A.W. Shucks Cocktail & Oyster Bar
Basil Carmel
Bistro Beaujolais
Bistro Giovanni
Bouchée Restaurant & Wine Bar
Cantinetta Luca - Buzz!
Carmel Belle
Carmel Plaza Dining
Casanova - Romantic;
world-class wine cellar
Christopher's Restaurant
da Giovanni
Dametra Cafe
Little Napoli
Em Le's - Great French Toast and Breakfasts
Flaherty's Seafood
Forge In The Forest
- Fun Al Fresco dining
Gracing's
The Grill on Ocean Avenue

Hog's Breath Inn
- Fireside drinks
Il Fornaio - Upscale Italian
Jack London's Grill & Taproom
Katy's Place - Outside patio
La Bicyclette Restaurant -
Casanova is its sister restaurant
La Dolce Vita
L'Auberge Carmel
L'Escargot
Merlot! Bistro
Mundaka - Spanish Tapas
Nico Ristorante
Piatti - Regional Italian
Plaza Burger coming soon to Carmel Plaza Spring 2012
Porta Bella - Mediterranean
Siam Orchid Thai Restaurant (formerly Tutto Mondo)
831-624-8977
The Tuck Box
Tommy's Wok - popular with locals; on Mission, bet Ocean & 7th Aves
831-624-8518
Village Corner

Carmel Sports Bars
A.W. Shucks Oyster & Cocktail Bar
831-624-6605
Jack London Bar and Taproom


Pacific's Edge Restaurant at Highlands Inn, Park Hyatt Carmel

Carmel Highlands
& South of Carmel Restaurants

California Market
- Highlands Inn, Park Hyatt Carmel

Pacific's Edge Restaurant
- Highlands Inn, Park Hyatt Carmel

Rio Grill @ Crossroads Shopping Center, off Rio Road


Isabella's at Fisherman's Wharf, Monterey

Monterey Peninsula Restaurants
Monterey, Cannery Row, Fisherman's Wharf, and
Pacific Grove Restaurants

Pebble Beach and Monterey Bay Restaurants
Roy's — Pebble Beach
Seascape Resort Dining


Restaurant Reviews
Restaurants marked with a symbol are those we've reviewed. Those without a symbol — restaurants we've dined at and not yet reviewed, or those that have
been highly recommended by
other reviewers, business associates or friends — are
linked directly to their web sites.

Ratings  
* Fair
** Good
*** V. Good
**** Excellent

Most of the reviewed restaurants are rated Three and Four Stars — we tend not to publish reviews
of poor dining experiences...we prefer to focus on the positive ones. We find out about restaurants through word-of-mouth, friends, our readers, web sites, clients, newspapers, magazines, and radio shows. Our reviews are unsolicited and free from the influence of advertising.

 

 

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