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San Diego: Hospitality in Silicon Beach

Why do Kimpton, Starwood, and More Use Coyle in San Diego?

Coyle is pleased to be the consulting firm of choice for designing and implementing restaurant mystery shopping programs for the San Diego area, where it has provided quality assurance consulting and industry benchmarking services for many years. We are proud to refer professional mystery shoppers who provide local context and area expertise that translates into useful, actionable tools for our restaurant and hospitality clients.

Coyle extensively screens its network of professional evaluators, referring only those with a broad knowledge of the San Diego area who frequently travel and dine out. Coyle-referred evaluators are your guests, out practically every night in the area’s best restaurants and hotels. As a result, Coyle’s hospitality clients benefit from objective, insightful, and thoughtful feedback from professional evaluators that helps convey the complete story behind each guest experience.

Additional benefits:

  • Fully tailored programs, customized to your brand needs
  • Competitive Set Industry Benchmarking
  • 360-degree evaluations from professional evaluators that capture every nuance of the guest experience
  • Unparalleled service and support, seven days a week
  • Reliable online research data from professional evaluators and intuitive proprietary software
  • Speedy program set-up and report turnaround

Contact us today and make Coyle-referred professional evaluators your ‘local ingredient’ to ensure continued success.

San Diego Evaluator Spotlight

Here is a sampling of one of our evaluators in San Siego.

Sunny Days

The sun always seems to shine in San Diego, a mini-metropolis where the dining scene is shaped by an abundance of seasonal produce, a range of high-end luxury hotels and resorts, and a location that attracts high-end chefs turning out globally inspired cuisine. San Diego’s proximity to other standout west coast dining cities, such Los Angeles and San Francisco, further fuels the culinary competition.

As a result of geography, San Diego offers a plethora of ethnic cuisines, including Afghan, Cambodian, Ethiopian, and Laotian, along with Chinese, Italian and Mexican. Well-known, celebrated chefs such as Debora Scott (of the Cohn Restaurant Group’s Indigo Grill and Island Prime), Brian Malarky (Searsucker) and Trey Foshee (George’s California Modern) turn out creative, inspired fare in beautiful settings.

Meanwhile, as a mature vacation destination, San Diego boasts a stellar lineup of high-end resorts and hotels with gourmet eateries. Take, 1500 Ocean at Hotel del Coronado, Grant Grill at the iconic U.S. Grant Hotel and Jeff Jackson’s A.R. Valentien at The Lodge at Torrey Pines. Gourmands who want to experience all that the San Diego dining scene offers, however, must get around town, since there’s something of note in just about every neighborhood – from Market Restaurant and Bar in Delmar to Sushi Ota in Pacific Beach. There’s a link of the famed Nobu in the Gaslamp Quarter, the top-shelf Wine Vault and Bistro in Mission Hills, perennial favorite Mille Fleurs in Rancho Santa Fe and a downtown outpost of Palm Restaurant.  With several local restaurant groups operating commanding restaurants, including the Cohn Restaurant Group, the Brigantine Family of Restaurants and Vigilucci’s Restaurant Group, just about every neighborhood of San Diego and the surrounding area has hidden (and not so hidden) restaurant gems.

Of course, service remains a key ingredient in the San Diego dining experience, and its restaurant service scores, as reported by Coyle-referred San Diego mystery shoppers, confirm this commitment to fine service.  San Diego, in its own quiet way, is rising in stature among America’s great dining cities.

Are you from San Diego and think you know mystery shopping? Become a mystery shopper in San Diego, CA.

 

Coyle serves the following zip codes:

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