Jimmy's In The News

Jimmy's Famous is well-known for their amazing views, classic American dishes and imaginative new cocktails. But we are also heavily involved in supporting not just our local community, but anyone in need of support - near or far. Jimmy's is a place for friends and family to gather for a celebration, or come together to aid those in need. Browse the articles below to learn more about Jimmy's efforts and recognition.

The Hottest Cocktail Bars in San Diego, November 2023

While temperatures drift up and down, cocktail menus across town look fall-ward, featuring warming spices and seasonal ingredients like squash. While San Diego bartenders are fully embracing creativity this season, our experts at Jimmy's helped us get named one of the Hottest Cocktail Bars in San Diego, Nov 2023 based on our for creative cocktail creations.
The beginnings of Jimmy’s Famous American Tavern started out with a vision to offering “great bar with great food.” The family-own business has American dishes, cocktails, local brews, and top shelf whiskeys. The restaurant also offers rooms for groups seeking to host meeting events.
Jimmy’s Famous American tavern, located near the Dana Point Harbor, will offer a four-course feast. Diners can look forward to butternut squash soup, Wine Country salad, roast turkey with apple and chestnut stuffing or prime rib, mashed potatoes, creamed corn and more.
Chefs Nathan Coulon (Jimmy's Famous American Tavern), Joe Noonan (Urban Plates), and Timothy Ralphs (20 Twenty) visit CBS 8 Mornings to talk burgers.
Jimmy’s Famous American Tavern: For the next two Wednesdays, Aug. 23 and 30, the Dana Point eatery will donate 10% of all restaurant sales to help the Gruber family. Josh Gruber, father and husband, has been working as a Lahaina Firefighter to help the community in the wildfire crisis.
Jimmy’s Famous American Tavern is raising money to support Maui relief efforts in the wake of the devastating wildfire that broke out on Aug. 8. The wildfire burned through the west coast town of Lahaina, killing more than 90 people and destroying more than 2,700 structures.
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