The Blind Burro

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Details
639 J St (at 7th Ave)
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 795-7880
Mexican
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:00 AM–Midnight Fri: 11:00 AM–1:30 AM Sat: 10:00 AM–1:30 AM Sun: 10:00 AM–Midnight
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Foursquare Tips

  • Ask Steph to make you a cilantro Margarita! They are SO FREAKIN' DELICIOUS. Tell her Fadi says hi! :)
  • If you are a drunk Bob, order from the bar and save time.
  • Great salsa flight at happy hour, only $4, until 7pm M-F
  • Still dreaming of the Street Corn off the Cobb and the oysters. Beware of their house sangria... It's super delicious and totally creeps up on you!
  • Skip the chips they are disgustingly greasy. They claim it's because they're "fresh" but I've had fresh chips without the dripping grease.
  • The white hot sangria was delicious. Sweet and spicy.
  • Jalapeo popper tacos are serious business and the GM Ryan is amazing.
  • Dogs are allowed on the patio which is nice for urban doggies owners!
  • Great staff, great food, great drinks...great new spot in East Village.
  • Amazing veggie tacos, quinoa cakes, chips and fresh jalapeo margaritas.
  • Best ceviche ever!
  • if you find yourself here, snack on the chips and guacamole, wash it down with a Mexican beer, than discuss actual dinner plans.
  • Sit on the bar stools outside to really enjoy SD's weather. The happy hour yellowtail collar is $5 and outstanding! Margs and salsa are kinda weak though. Definitely coming on tues next time!
  • If possible, grab the hightop picnic table outside before the Padres game lets out, so you can watch all the happenings on 7th Ave. Pacifico tall boys are the go-to drink choice.
  • Very busy before Padres game. Food was great. A happening little spot.
  • Mexican street corn is to die for!
  • The Easter colors reflect in a Margarita mixed with Pueblo Viejo. Get yours here at The Blind Burrito!
  • The fish tacos are amazing.
  • try the spicy blood orange margarita! Great service and food!
  • If you are in The Blind Burro, try a Margarita with Pueblo Viejo Blanco.