Situated on secluded Shelter Island, Humphreys Half Moon Inn is close to popular landmarks and attractions like sparkling beaches, the San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld, and the downtown Gaslamp Quarter. This tropical resort-style hotel is a hidden oasis offering guests a perfect combination of comfort, convenience and hospitality in sunny Southern California.
This is a great place to see a name act. The harbor setting just adds a nice ambiance to the music. The seats get crammed up so you may be closer to your neighbor than you'd like (try and get aisle seats if possible).
Posted: 7/01/2008 • Last edited: 7/06/2008 • Link to this review
I love going to the jazz concerts Humphrey's has every year. The setting outdoors is especially nice. Good food in the restaurant before and then some cocktails with the show..what an evening!!!
Posted: 5/23/2008 • Last edited: 6/18/2008 • Link to this review
Great brunch and good shows at night time, very romantic setting. It is a great place to go at night time you can sit over looking the bay with a full window view, it is great!
Posted: 11/12/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
The brunch here is so darn good that I almost hate tell people because it's also so uncrowded. It has all the stuff you expect at an upper-scale brunch (seafood, omelettes made to order etc.) but the quality is so over the top. They even have a shushi chef. I'd go every Sunday if my wallet could handle it.
Posted: 10/13/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
The breakfast on a weekday is delicious and affordable. I really want to try the Sunday Brunch, even if it a bit pricey, I really feel like it would be worth it based on the breakfast I had on a Tuesday morning. It's also incredibly beautiful right by the water.
Posted: 4/05/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
haven't been to the restaurant, just to the bar, but its a fun time and the prices are reasonable. if you're lucky you can get a window seat and overlook the marina and all the boats. good setting.
Posted: 10/18/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review