Miss B’s Coconut Club in Mission Beach is where locals flock for authentic, hearty and delicious food, and it’s my new favorite Mission Beach restaurant destination… by far. The food, the music, the ambiance, the employees, the drinks — it has it all! Looking for a great Mission Beach restaurant recommendation? Here you go…
A fun, upbeat beach vibe dining experience can certainly be found at the cozy Miss B’s Coconut Club, which boasts a Caribbean-inspired aesthetic and menu. “BEST OF CLASS” is the phrase that jumps to mind when I think about their wildly fanciful cocktail menu. There were so many exotic and mouthwatering concoctions and in all kinds of fun containers, so it was hard to choose just one. Since it was my very first cocktail at Miss B’s Coconut Club, and being that I’m a lover of fresh coconuts, I decided to start with The Caribe Welcome, pictured below. The Caribe Welcome, served in a coconut with fresh coconut water, lime juice, Puerto Rican rum, and apricot brandy, makes you feel very, very welcome. Mixed to divine perfection? Indeed. It was a magnificent beverage!
If you’ve haven’t had a cocktail in a coconut in San Diego, you now know where to go.
Delicious Food + Cocktails + Tiki Flair = Miss Coconut B’s
There’s loud but relaxing Caribbean-inspired music playing at Miss B’s Coconut Club, and culture of the restaurant and bar is beachy, upbeat, friendly and clean. Dining there is highly recommended.
Now check out some of my experiences with my first trip!
Jerk Chicken Wings (the sauces are unparalleled!)
The wings are jerk rubbed, taste excellent, and you can choose from several side sauces. By the time you’re done seeing the sauce options, you’ll be plotting your trip to Mission Beach. Get ready for out-of-this-world chicken wing sauces including: roasted garlic cilantro aioli, caribbean rum bbq, chimichurri, house ranch, mango chutney, jerk bleu cheese, buffalo rum, sweet chili, and pineapple mojito. Pictured below are the house ranch and jerk bleu cheese.
Plantain Coconut Shrimp (plump, so plump, & popping with flavor!)
Sure, you’ve had “the best” coconut shrimp before, but until you try Miss Coconut B’s very plump Plantain Coconut Shrimp, you haven’t. These massively plump delicacies are a must-order on your first, second and third trip… at least that’s my personal rule that I’m happy to share with you.
The Cubano (going, going, gone!)
The Cubano at Miss Coconut B’s a gourmet home run and will be the first thing I order on my next visit. It actually serves as a nice appetizer. It’s made with lechon asado, smoked ham, gruyere, pickles, mustard, cilantro garlic aioli and of course a cuban roll.
Plantain Fries (yum!)
Yummy yum yum, Miss Coconut B’s serves yummy plantain fries! Just look at them! As you can see, they are must try and creative alternative to fries.