San Diego Landmark Restaurant Signs on to “Dine Out” on October 12

Hob Nob Hill is a landmark San Diego eatery with a history that dates back to 1944.  On any given day, you may see the Mayor breakfasting with supporters, San Diego’s downtown business leaders sharing a lunch or community big-wigs sharing big-wig advice over dinner.  It is quite the place to “hob nob” with the movers and shakers.

Located at the corner of First and Juniper in Banker’s Hill, the restaurant is known for delicious American comfort foods, for its impeccable service – and for the community heart of its owner Tania Warchol.

“Today we are probably San Diego’s oldest restaurant in the same location,” said Tania.  “We opened for business in May 1944 and have always put customers and community first.   I didn’t even hesitate to sign on as a 25% Dine Out for the Cure sponsor.”

Hob Nob Hill’s menu covers just about EVERYTHING you want from oven fresh muffins and cakes to its own corned beef, done right on the premises.

In fact, on the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins or Dives, host Guy Fieri raved about the fall-apart corned beef. But the comforting chicken and dumplings were the real deal — he called them “the definition of chicken and dumplings.”

Check Hob Nob Hill off your dining list and maybe you’ll understand why this amazing San Diego eatery is so deeply rooted in San Diego’s taste buds. 

 


 

About Dine out 

For one delicious day, local restaurants, bakeries, and coffeehouses across San Diego will participate in Susan G. Komen San Diego’s Dine Out for the Cure®. It’s simple. Eat at a participating restaurant and you’ll help San Diego breast cancer patients become breast cancer survivors. For every dollar you spend, anywhere from 10-25% of the restaurant’s profits for the day will go to Komen San Diego to help fund breast health services and support

In 2016, Dine Out for the Cure raised $26,000. This year we hope to raise $35, 000 for local breast health services and support.