Garibaldi San Diego Launches New Menus

InterContinental San Diego’s sky-high dining destination, Garibaldi, welcomes new elements, including refreshed menus, an oceanic art installment and a seasoned sommelier. 

After going through exciting changes this past July, Garibaldi, the San Diego rooftop restaurant famous for its skyline and water views, is now offering new brunch, dinner and cocktail menus just in time for summer. The dinner menu features shareable bites, scratch-made pasta and mains like the octopus neri with grilled octopus, squid ink spaghetti, Serrano chile and green onions; and the grilled swordfish alla Siciliana with eggplant caponata, fennel, focaccia breadcrumbs and tangerine oil. Some sweets will also be offered to finish the perfect meal, including a variety of cannoli, gelato and sorbets. A new brunch lineup is also available on the weekends, including savory and sweet bites inspired by Italian staples paired with bottomless sips. 

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To wash everything down, a new drink menu has emerged, with help from the new sommelier, Jeffrey Arnesen. The lineup features a curated wine, spirit and cocktail menu with mixed sips, including the Mirto di Limone, with limoncello, Malfy Limone, Sicilian gin and egg whites, and the Margarita Italiana with Espolon Blanco, Gozio Amaretto and lime. 

“With all these updates and between our team of incredible chefs and our brand new sommelier, open-air location with a panoramic view of the bay and skyline, and the addition of new artwork from the third artist Garibaldi has collaborated with since its inception, this restaurant is inarguably one of the most unique dining experiences in San Diego,” says InterContinental San Diego’s Director of Food and Beverage Jeff Josenhans, in a press release. 

In addition to menu updates, new furniture and even an expanded outdoor lounge area, Garibaldi San Diego has also added an art installment to its space, with an art series curated by ocean activist and photographer Oriana Poindexter. The installment highlights her work in ocean photography featured in the Wall Street Journal and the Getty Museum. 

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