With its great weather, miles of sandy beaches, picturesque sunsets, delicious restaurants and major attractions, San Diego is known worldwide as one of the best tourist destinations and a great place to live.
Parks and Beaches
La Jolla Cove Beach is located at the northeast end of Ellen Browning Scripps Park, sheltered by a rocky point which blocks waves rolling in. It’s a safe swimming environment for families and a perfect place to walk along the bluffs.
Coronado Beach, known for the famous Hotel Del Coronado, continues north to Sunset Park. Even on a crowded day, you’ll still find a secluded spot and enjoy incredible sunset views.
Flat Rock Beach is known for their white sands and sweeping bluffs. Grab a map and hike down the large rocks just north from Black’s Beach.
Dija Mara: A Balinese-inspired California restaurant situated in the heart of Oceanside. With critically-acclaimed local chef Jason Ambacher at the helm in the kitchen and a top-notch service team, you’re in good hands at Dija Mara.
Wormwood: Located in the heart of University Heights, Wormwood features a vintage Paris design with a brick-walled courtyard and patio that leads into a semi-private event space called “Le Jardin Secret”. Heavy saucings, mythical spirits, and pretty significant magic fill this French restaurant. Learn more about this Absinthe bar.
Wolfie's Carousel Bar: Located in Little Italy, this French restaurant and bar showcases a dazzling 24-seat, carousel-shaped bar that rotates slowly, giving you a 360-degree view of the room every 14 minutes. Inspired by The Carousel Bar & Lounge in New Orleans, the beverage program serves NOLA signature cocktails while the food menu features stylish interpretations of the classics.
Lucha Libre Gourmet Tacos Shop: Fast-Casual Mexican Food with a gourmet twist. This restaurant is known for their Surfing California Burrito, variety of tacos, creamy cilantro sauce, and horchatas.
Hash House A Go Go: No better breakfast in town. Large portions, large menu, and known for their fried chicken and waffles. This restaurant is worth the visit no matter how busy it gets.
Communal Coffee: Communal is a creative-minded café & shop with multiple locations based in Southern California. With an emphasis on inspiring and caring for the local community, Communal offers a full craft coffee and drink menu, seasonal food menu, creatively-designed spaces, fresh floral arrangements, and curated goods. Each location is uniquely designed with the surrounding neighborhood in mind. The North Park shop is an all day destination with welcoming spaces for meeting and working. The South Park location houses a vintage trailer surrounded by a charming outdoor patio where you can sit and enjoy the neighborhood. The Oceanside location is an all inclusive space that anchors Tremont Collective, a community of like-minded businesses. This location offers a private patio, designated flower shop, full café experience and a home decor shop next door with event space available for rent.
Lestat’s Coffee House:Open late, this coffee shop provides many options on their menu such as Fruit Loops Rice Krispy Treats, Iced Yerba Mate Latte, and breakfast sandwiches.
Activities & Performance Venues
The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park: The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park is a stunning new waterfront venue and park. First opened in the summer 2021, The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park is an architectural wonder on the edge of San Diego Bay and the heart of downtown. The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park is the soaring culmination of a long-time civic desire to have a state of the art concert venue that elevates the experience of live music while also serving as a public center for all of San Diego. The venue serves as a sparkling summer home for the San Diego Symphony. View the schedule and buy tickets here.
The American Comedy Co: San Diego's only award-winning stand-up comedy club & restaurant! Grab a table with friends and watch a hilarious show featuring your favorite comedians.
Sesame Place: Chula Vista’s new Sesame Place theme park brings the familiar faces and spaces of the beloved TV series to life for kids of all ages and it is a certified Austism center. Every attraction at the park has a sensory guide, as well as an accessibility guide for guests with impaired mobility.
Balboa Park Museum: Where culture, science, and nature collide, Balboa Park is home to more than 16 museums, multiple performing arts venues, lovely gardens, trails, and many other creative and recreational attractions, including the San Diego Zoo. With a variety of cultural institutions among its 1,200 beautiful and lushly planted acres, there is something for everyone. Click here for the calendar of events.
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