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"1270 Prospect Street San Diego, CA 92037(858) 459-5500Make Your Reservations Today$$$$ | Seafood. First, the charismatic vibes will draw you in. Then the friendly host will kindly ask you if you have reservations (which I recommend you have)."
"If you're wanting to impress someone make reservations here a bit before sunset. All of their outdoor seating offers you a scenic ocean…”more"
"The dough for these specialty pizzas is first fried then finished in the oven for a fluffy yet crisp texture that’s hard to beat. Besides their usual variety of pizzas, Buona Forchetta boasts pizza, appetizer, pasta, risotto, and main dish specials that actually change daily."
"Next up is South Park's Buona Forchetta, at 3001 Beech St. (between 30th and Fern streets). With 4.5 stars out of 2,315 reviews on Yelp, the Italian spot, which offers pizza and more, has proven to be a local favorite."
"I was recently in Italy intent on eating my way through Rome, Florence, and Venice. Along the way I found incredible food unlike anything I have ever tasted in San Diego. That is, until I discovered Bouna Forchetta."
"With more than 3000 reviews on Google with a 4.6 average, you can tell this is one of the places you must eat when in San Diego. The restaurant is inspired by the taco stands in Tijuana and adventures you experience along the Baja Peninsula. The Taco Stand is a small restaurant located on the south side of La Jolla and what it lacks in size or grandeur it makes up for with a menu and taste palette that will be etched in your memory for years to come."
"One of our favorite San Diego treats is the Mexican street corn from the Taco Stand. The Taco Stand is a La Jolla local favorite for burritos, and unless you arrive early (or late), expect to find a line. It is one of our family must stop visits in San Diego!"
"Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account. View this post on Instagram. A post shared by The Taco Stand (@letstaco_)"
"Filippi's Pizza Grotto has been family owned and operated since 1950 and all the food is prepared using traditional family recipes that restaurant founder Vincent DePhilippis brought with him from Italy. There is a good selection of traditional Italian pizzas and the menu also offers lighter fare like soup, salads, and sandwiches. There are a number of pasta dishes as well, including spaghetti, ravioli, lasagna, and macaroni."
"Filippi’s has one thing that the others do not and that’s a freaking parking lot!. That should bring a huge smile to your face knowing you can just pull in and park versus circling the blocks like a vulture hoping someone might leave. Second, they check every box for what you think an old school Italian restaurant should be."
"Family-owned and operated since 1950, Filippi's Pizza Grotto is a go-to spot for Italian food in Little Italy. This casual restaurant is famous for mouth-watering pizzas (locals rave about the cheese) and monumental meatball subs. There can be a wait, but it's one locals are willing to endure."
"The 2,400-bench-seat pavilion, dedicated in 1915 by sugar magnates John D. and Adolph B. Spreckels, holds the 4,518-pipe Spreckels Organ,…"
"Right across from Grape Day Park, you’ll find this cheerful indoor/outdoor museum for kids and families. There are fantastic hands-on educational exhibits at San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum designed to help kids learn about science, art, and the wider world through imagination, exploration, and experimentation. The exhibits in the museum’s four main areas (Imagine, Explore, Experiment, and Discover) change frequently, but there’s always plenty to see and do."
"San Diego children’s discovery Museum was opened with an objective of inspiring children to explore and experiment using science, art, and culture. The museum is a fun, interactive indoor and outdoor museum which organises different sort of educational and cultural exhibitions for children. The entire property of the museum is divided into four areas with the themes of exploring, imagining, experimenting, and discovering."
"The San Diego Asian Pacific Historic District, San Diego’s historic Chinatown, is an eight-block district adjacent to and in part overlapping with the Gaslamp Quarter Historic District. The San Diego Chinatown is bounded by Market Street on the north, 2nd Ave. on the west, 6th ave. on the east and J st. on the south. 22 structures are considered historically contributing."
"This hike will take you through unique rock structures, and at the end, you can enjoy the sunset from the beach (a sometimes nude one). Don’t forget to check out the Mushroom House too while you’re there. More: Photo Guide to Hiking the Ho Chi Minh Trail"
"Built in the 1930s, La Jolla’s Children’s Pool was created as a family beach space, but since then it's been descended on by herds of seals and sea lions. Despite the pinnipeds' particularly pungent odor, tourists come in droves to see them larking around, swimming, fighting and mating. Visitors can get extremely close via a concrete platform surrounding the cove, and the seals don't seem to mind – but there's strictly no touching, feeding or selfies to be taken with the seals."