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"This beautiful museum began in what was once the 1916 Mission-style home of Ellen Browning Scripps, noted San Diego philanthropist. (The Institute of Oceanography and the breathtaking oceanside park are named for Mrs. Scripps.) Expansion to the original building was completed in the mid-1990s. The museum houses an impressive collection of post-1950s contemporary art from famed California artists as well as works by Warhol, Cornell and Stella."
"A post shared by Patti Boo✈️Travel🌿Nature (@resistthemundane). When it comes to any art lover’s itinerary, the San Diego Museum of Art is generally somewhere near the top of the list. Located in Balboa Park (along with 16 other museums), the San Diego Museum of Art is best known for its large collection of paintings."
"When asking people for recommendations on what to do during a trip to San Diego, they’ll probably mention Liberty Public Market. It runs all day and every day, and it offers a staggering amount of goods from dozens and dozens of vendors. Whether you’re looking for rare books, artisan cheeses, homemade jewelry or cheesy t-shirts saying “I Heart California,” you can find them here."
"The city's former Naval Training Center is now home to more than 30 vendors so even the pickiest of diners will be pleased. Options include...Read More"
"Ocean Beach has its own unique vibe, and that same spirit can be felt at theOcean Beach Farmers Market!. This funky and hippy-happy beachside community creates a fun atmosphere with tasty meals, homemade arts and crafts, and live music. It’s probably the most unique farmers market I’ve ever been to (and that’s saying something!) So trust me, you won’t be disappointed."
"People come to the Ocean Beach Farmers Market in San Diego for the local music, the handpicked fruits, and the unique beach vibe. Guests will walk the market on their evening stroll, they’ll come from the beach in their bathing suits, and find local honey, flowers, food truck style meals, and more. Parking: There are many affordable parking spaces in the area."
"Location: Coronado (Ferry Landing Marketplace) and Downtown (Broadway Pier). The Coronado Ferry, a vessel that takes you from downtown San Diego to the Ferry Marketplace on Coronado Island and vice versa. Not only is it practical and inexpensive (at just $5 per way) transport from one place to the other, the ride comes with amazing views of the San Diego Harbor and city skyline."
"1201 First Street (1st & B) Coronado, CA 92118 619-435-8895 Open daily: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM 26 Stores and Eateries Major Retailers: Peohe's Restaurant, Il Fornaio, Candelas on the Bay, art galleries, specialty shops and bike rental"
"A post shared by Little Italy Farmers Market (@littleitalymercato). Little Italy is known for its delicious foods, smells, and sights that bring you into the Old World while walking through San Diego. They host a weekly farmers market in San Diego where people can purchase fresh olive oil, supplies to make a delicious Italian meal, fresh-baked bread, paninis, handmade jewelry, and refreshing lemonades to go."
"We are starting the week off with Saturday because in my humble opinion, theLittle Italy Mercato Farmers Marketis the best farmers market in San Diego!. It’s the most popular San Diego farmers market, and my personal favorite. 🙂 The Little Italy farmers market is located in downtown San Diego, so the only issue is you might have trouble finding parking."
"Eat, shop and enjoy at Little Italy Mercato every Saturday, year round, 9 am to 1:30 pm. The Little Italy Mercato is the city market for downtown San Diego residents and visitors with more than 70 booths lining Date Street from Kettner to Union offering farm fresh produce, artisan foods and specialty items."
"Eddie V’s will be serving a traditional Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings this year – complete with Brioche Sage Stuffing and hand-whipped potatoes, to name a few!. If you’re not feeling festive, you can always order from the regular menu; no one could blame you for eyeing the Chilean sea bass or lobster tacos at this well-known seafood destination in La Jolla. Both menus will be served from 11:00am-9:00 pm."
"One of the most popular fine dining La Jolla restaurants is definitely Eddie V’s. It’s popular for date nights but we also like the happy hour on the Pacific Ocean view patio. You’ll dine on some of the finest seafood and hand-cut steaks with panoramic ocean views in the cozy dining room, intimate bar (with live jazz music) or on the outdoor terrace."
"Coastline views set the scene for a night of luxurious La Jolla fine dining. Savor fresh seafood and steaks—hand cut and aged for more than 28 days—while you relax and bask in the calm atmosphere. Check the live jazz calendar to see who takes the stage in the V Lounge each night."
"We waited nearly one hour in line on a Monday around 2 pm, and after all that we get seated take our order. We wait over an hour and the wa..."
"Last but not least, Bay Park Coffee is a great place to visit if you find yourself in Mission Bay. It’s not flashy and extravagant, but if you want some quality coffee in a quiet location, you really can’t do much better than this. Breakfast is also served until 1.30 PM, consisting of tasty and healthy dishes such as acai bowls, yogurt bowls, and stuff like that."
"This is one of my top three favorite coffee shops in San Diego. Sitting on a quiet street across from Mission Bay, Bay Park is an adorable coffee shop with a modern but homely feel and great coffee!. This is a super local spot and its definitely an up and coming hipster cafe making with super kind workers."
"Another one of the best places for coffee in San Diego is Bay Park Coffee. You can find here a large variety of coffee, which is great. These range from simple variants, such as a normal espresso, to more unique coffees."