Brunch at the Whimsical Queenstown Public House

Queenstown Public House is a Kiwi-inspired (New Zealand) restaurant in a historic house in downtown San Diego’s “Little Italy.” This is a great spot for brunch. They serve to-go mimosas that you can sip in the San Diego sunshine until your table awaits. There is ample patio space with bright yellow umbrellas. Everywhere you look, you can spot some unique vintage object that adds a certain charm to the historic space.


On The Menu

The food is delish! We did a share style (encouraged here), which included a spread of cornbread topped with pulled pork and a poached egg (called the “Oink"), a beet salad, and a delicious egg scramble called “Queens Street Farmer.”


To Get There

Located in Downtown San Diego’s Little Italy
1557 Columbia St, San Diego, CA 92101
There’s metered parking all over downtown, or large lots you can park in from $10-$20 for the day.


Little Italy is such a great neighborhood and this restaurant was a big highlight of our weekend in San Diego. Have any other great restaurants you love in downtown San Diego? Please leave them in the comments below.


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