We’re excited to debut a new dinner menu curated by our Executive Chef Michael Ground.

Some new plates include:

  • Scrumptious salads that take advantage of our bounty of fresh springtime produce, such as the wholesome Veggie & Grain salad with toasted cumin dressing.
  • Filling homestyle cooking like succulent roasted Jidori chicken breast with peewee potatoes and cauliflower.

Don’t worry about your old favorites; dishes like the braised, charred octopus (recently named as one of San Diego Magazine’s 100 Dishes to Eat Before You Die) are here to stay. These signature dishes are what define The Patio on Lamont, and will not be going anywhere anytime soon.

Explore the new menu, and discover your new favorite dishes at The Patio on Lamont.