Greystone has been an iconic restaurant serving San Diego since 1999, but its foundation goes way back. Originally constructed in 1874 as a two-story brick building, two stories were added in 1887 to accommodate the public library, police department, and council chambers. In 1923, the building was renovated into The Rivoli Theatre, seating 323 guests. Today, Greystone occupies the first floor while retail shops fill the second, and live/work units occupy the third.
Despite the challenges brought by COVID-19, Greystone has been able to remain a top destination in the Gaslamp District. After being awarded best steakhouse in San Diego by Money Inc, San Diego Entertainer Magazine, and Best Things California, Greystone was dubbed ‘best fine dining restaurant in San Diego’ by the Gaslamp District. Along with those impressive awards, Greystone was also one of four restaurants recently honored for the best wine list in the city.
With new Michelin stage (stahj) chef Christopher Osboune, Greystone’s menu has been transformed with a unique culinary vision. Osbourne worked alongside Charlie Trotter for over a decade and has a diverse background of culinary expertise. Osbourne has brought a fresh flare to Greystone, with dishes that will excite your taste buds.
Here are just a few of the new items on the menu:
- Filet Tartare: prime filet, quail egg, stone mustard aioli, capers, shallots, truffle, ciabatta
- Escargot: shallot truffle butter, French puff pastry
- Lamb Shank: butternut squash risotto, mint cilantro salsa verde, feta crumbles, golden raisins
In addition to the new items on the menu, Osbourne has also created a six-course and an eight-course chef’s tasting experience. With its storied history and iconic status in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, Greystone is proud to be one of San Diego’s most beloved restaurants.
Be sure to make a reservation now to experience this culinary adventure for yourself!
Click here to make a reservation: https://greystonesteakhouse.com/reservations/