Fish Market Restaurant on the San Diego Bay offers scenic views day and night on their patio while you have some of the freshest seafood around. I sampled their clam chowder, which was rich and creamy. Their bread was crunchy and chewy on the outside, and soft on the inside. The salmon was cooked very well, perfectly seasoned so I didn’t have to add any more seasoning. They make their crème brulee in house, so I ordered that for our dessert, and we were glad I did. The melted sugar crust and vanilla crème inside was a lovely way to end our evening. I could tell they used real vanilla bean on the inside. I would recommend getting a reservation Thursday through Saturday at this place if you want a good seat by the bay. Prices vary between $5-70.