Located in the heart of the Village, Park 101 is an 8000-square-foot, multi-concept community hangout.

Chill with friends and neighbors in the garden pub or rooftop lounge. Bring your dog and the kids, too. If you’re a fan of barbecue, this is your place. If you need “to-go” there’s also a market with a walk-up ordering window. And, don’t forget about the all-you-can-eat brunch with optional bottomless mimosas.

Need to Know:

Neighborhood: Carlsbad

Cuisine:  California Fresh

Price Range: $$

Meals Served: Breakfast, weekend brunch, lunch, and dinner

Kids’ Menu: Yes

Pet-Friendly: Yes

Dress Code: Casual

Ocean View: No

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Private Dining: No

Takeaway: Yes

Delivery: No

Gluten-Free Options: Yes

Parking: Street parking only

Entertainment: Special events include Mommy & Me paint nights, Tuesday Night Trivia contests, Wednesday Night Movies Nights in the Park and a whole lot more. Check their website for current events.

Reservations Accepted: Yes

What to Order at Park 101

The meat-centric menu offers lip-smacking barbecue selections with salads, sides, craft cocktails, beer and wine mixed in.

The BBQ Pork sandwich is mouthwatering smoked pork tossed in house BBQ sauce, sriracha, coleslaw, pickles and topped with crispy seasoned deep fried onions.

Any of the Park 101 Combos (your choice of one or two meats with two sides and bread) are a good order.

Park 101 meat combo

For a lighter option, Park 101 has veggie-packed salads that can be topped with any of their smoked meats.

Park 101 Carlsbad salad

There’s just as much sweet as there is savory at The Park for those in need of a sweet tooth fix, like handmade donuts.

The Weekend Brunch provides enough options to meet everyone’s taste buds especially those craving smoked barbecue flavors that are reminiscent of the South.

You’ll nosh on meats, salad, sides, desserts, cheese, charcuterie, and more in buffet style.

Brunch at Park 101 Carlsbad

Or, how about a pretty acai bowl.

Acai bowls at Park 101 in Carlsbad

What It’s Like Inside

The multi-concept, multi-level complex has several places to check out.

Deli & Dough market is the place for fast eats. Order quick-service items through the walk-up window.

Deli and Dough takeaway window at Park 101 in Carlsbad

Though you can also go inside for a closer look at even more options. This is where you’ll order the fabulous Park 101 Barbecue and other items to eat at the outdoor tables.

Deli and Dough at Park 101 in Carlsbad

Take a number, place it on your table and someone will bring your food to you.

Across the plaza, heard to Park 101’s Garden Pub to sip from a variety of 32 local tap beers or selections of delicious regional wine that will pair well with the grub you just ordered.

Garden Pub at Park 101 restaurant in Carlsbad

All ages enjoy playing outdoor games here, too. Another perk? Complimentary cotton candy from a cool machine for the kids. Adults can partake, too, for $2.

Walk upstairs and stretch out on Park 101’s Tamarack View Deck, featuring a rooftop lounge with fire pits and cozy seating areas for those who are age 21 and older.

Here, you’ll find gourmet snacks and million-dollar views of the vibrant Carlsbad Village.

Happy Hour and Special Events

Happy hour is Monday–Friday from 3:00 pm–6.00 pm with specials that include:

  • $5 Select Drinks
  • 1/2 off Charcuterie Board
Charcuterie board at Park 101 in Carlsbad
Charcuterie board

Also look forward to:

  • Tuesday Night Trivia
  • Wednesday Night Movie Night in the Park
  • Football Season Specials

Check the website for dates and times of other Special Events because there are always quite a few on tap.

Park 101
3040 Carlsbad Blvd
Carlsbad, California 92008
(760) 434-2217

Katie Dillon is the managing editor of La Jolla Mom. She helps readers plan San Diego vacations through her hotel expertise (that stems from living in a Four Seasons hotel) and local connections. Readers have access to exclusive discounts on theme park tickets (like Disneyland and San Diego Zoo) and perks at luxury hotels worldwide through her. She also shares insider tips for visiting major cities worldwide, like Hong Kong, London, Paris, and Shanghai, that her family has either lived in or visits regularly (or both).

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