Maryjane's Coffee Shop at the Hard Rock Hotel San Diego highlights the simplicities that make an eatery truly memorable.
Its modern atmosphere and contemporary American-style cuisine make you reminiscent of your days as a child sipping on orange juice and eating plates of home-cooked breakfast goods. However, in true Hard Rock style, this contemporary café is joined with urban influences and a hip ambiance that can make anyone feel like a modern day rock star.
From the Fifth Avenue street entrance or the Hard Rock Hotel lobby path, the high-energy, upscale dining vibe is immediately apparent from the first glance through thick magenta hued glass walls.
Maryjane's Coffee Shop is chic in style - from glossy floors swirling below your tapping feet to vibrant, ultra mod pearly white stools surrounding the central bar, cozy purple booths with dark wood trim served by quirky, outgoing waiters, retro prints of rock 'n' roll stars from past eras striking poses on every wall, jolts of electric blue and purple, and '80s and '90s cinema hits dancing across plasmas. This is no Hard Rock Café – Maryjane’s Coffee Shop is a one-of-a-kind modern remix, only at the Hard Rock Hotel San Diego.
If you're not drawn to this hipster coffee shop for the location and design already, you'll be pleased to know Maryjane keeps her doors open until 3am. Maryjane's Coffee Shop is the perfect place to go for late night dining after an evening of dancing at Moonstone Lounge. One of the few late night alternatives to the classic California burrito stop, this coffee shop resets late night dining standards. Sober up with a burger or a Control Freak Omelet.
Meanwhile, those with a sweet tooth can finish the night off right with Warm Apple Pie or Strawberry Shortcake. The full bar at Maryjane's remains open until 1am, so you can slip in for an after midnight cocktail. Popular choice for a late night kick? The Jurassic Punch.
After the late night escapades, there's nothing better than some Country Style Buttermilk Flapjacks with a side of bacon to wake you up. Sunday Brunch at Maryjane's Coffee Shop offers locals and tourists a fun option to divulge in some tasty treats alongside the house DJ who is there to spin '80s beats and get patrons into the groove. Customers are also encouraged to take a peek at the Build Your Own Bloody Mary menu if the coffee alone isn't taking care of that pounding headache.
"We've set out to create an atmosphere that is as much about fun and socializing as it is about enjoying great food," says Thomas Borgia, chef de cuisine at Maryjane's Coffee Shop. "Nothing like some bacon and eggs, a Bloody Mary and a little rock 'n' roll to help get the day started."
When all is said and done with the weekend, Maryjane's has you covered come Monday, too. Easing into the work week is never fun, but with a Case for the Mondays Happy Hour at from 4-7pm, there's now something to look forward to after a hard day's work. Many even go full throttle into the work week and opt for the "A Shot, A Beer, A Little Cheer and a Kick in the Rear" special for only $7. Happy Hour goers can also enjoy food and drink specials throughout the week at this one stop coffee shop.
Maryjane's Coffee Shop serves up American-style cuisine with a contemporary twist within the Hard Rock Hotel San Diego. Expect good eats, friendly service and affordable prices no matter what you're in the mood for. And who isn't in the mood for dining alongside photos of Mick, Janis and Prince?