Monterey Restaurants near Dennis the Menace Park

Our list of the best food near Dennis the Menace Park. Our top pick: Parker-Lusseau Pastries.
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  • Dennis the Menace Park

    10 minutes walk south from Fisherman's Wharf
    A giant kids park that includes a full sized train, numerous bridges, ducks and geese you can feed and paddle boat rentals. One of the better free municipal parks in Northern California.
    food nearby
  • Parker-Lusseau Pastries

    539 Hartnell St
    Tucked away in the historic Fremont Adobe building next door to the post office, this small patisserie offers some of the best French pastries and lattes this side of the Atlantic.
  • Wine from the Heart

    241 Alvarado St
    11-8 Tue, Fri & Sat; 11-6 Mon, Wed & Thur. Taste a Flight of Four (4) Wines for $10, $15 or $20 and purchase Wines from $20 and up. Boutique wine shop and tasting room specializing in wines from artisan, partner and family wineries throughout California, with a special selection of Monterey Bay Area boutique wines. Offers over 30 wines for tasting at either the bar or at their comfortable tables or sofas. Over 150 different wines are also available for purchase.
  • Stokes Adobe

    500 Hartnell Street
  • Ambrosia India Bistro

    565 Abrego St
    11:30AM-2:30PM, 5PM-9:30PM daily. $10-$30. Authentic Indian cuisine from appetizer to dessert. Faults in the service are redeemed by the extraordinary flavors and presentation of the meal.
  • The Fishwife's Turtle Bay Taqueria

    431 Tyler Street
    Creative Mexican dishes with Caribbean flair and a wide selection of salsas, served in a relaxed and colorful (literally) atmosphere. Claim your table with a number flag - stuck into the back of a rubber turtle.
  • Epsilon

    422 Tyler Street
    A truly charming restaurant - cozy, well-lit, hand-decorated, with superb Greek food and a passionate staff. The spanakopita with a Greek salad can make a meal on its own.
  • Rosine's

    434 Alvarado Street
    A downtown, family-friendly classic serving up wonderful portions of comfort food. Famous for its spectacular cakes - make sure you have someone to share with!
  • India's Clay Oven

    150 Del Monte Avenue
    The second best Indian food in the area, after Ambrosia's. Try the "naan burrito" - a perfect blend of Indian tradition and Monterey historical heritage!
  • East Village Cafe

    498 Washington Street
  • Pizza My Heart

    Del Monte Center on Munras
    Great, cheap pizza, made with all fresh ingredients, and open until 10PM. If you're looking for a live show that night, just ask the staff; they know everything going on in town.
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