"Right in downtown San Diego, the state-of-the-art Petco Park is lauded as one of Major League Baseball’s best stadiums. In the stands you’ll get incredible vistas of the Sand Diego skyline and San Diego Bay at one of 81 regular season games (more if the Padres have a successful season). Petco Park opened in 2004, before which the San Diego Padres had to share the Jack Murphy Stadium with NFL’s Chargers."
"First, it’s close to Petco Park, and second, it’s rooftop bar, Altitudes, is a great spot for a sunset cocktail!. There are several Marriotts in the Gaslamp quarter, so make sure to double-check the name when you make your reservation!"
"At the Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, you can travel back in time and soak up some of the rich culture from San Diego's early days. The park recreates the feel of the Mexican and early American periods, from 1821 to 1872, when this settlement grew from a small Mexican pueblo. Visit a working blacksmith shop, shop for authentic Mexican crafts, browse the art studios, enjoy live Mariachi music, and dine on a sunny patio at one of the atmospheric restaurants."
"In 1968, the State of California Department of Parks and Recreation established Old Town State Historic Park to preserve the rich heritage that characterized San Diego during the 1821 to 1872 period.
Within Old Town don’t miss Casa de Estudillo, which is one of the few original buildings (many are reproductions), Whaley House and Museum, which is believed to be haunted and Junípero Serra Museum, literally the place where California began."
"You can take a break here on a layover or if staying at one of the San Diego Airport hotels because this fun area is across the street from the airport. You’ll find a small sandy beach (the only along the bay), picnic tables, public art, a play structure, and panoramic views. (Location: Downtown)"
"Taco lovers can revel in something new at all City Tacos locations!. The taqueria has introduced two new styles of tacos, Caseros Homestyle Tacos and Tacos Dorados, to its core menu with the return of outdoor dining. Caseros Homestyle Taco selections include Costilla de Res en Salsa Verde and Cochinita Pibil—slow cooked pulled pork in a traditional Mayan achiote sauce, pickled onions, served with a semi-spicy serrano habanero creamy green salsa."
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"Located in trendy North Park, City Tacos is definitely the best hipster street taco spot!. This place is extremely innovative with their menu. You’ll end up ordering way too much food under the pretense of, “I just want to try it”."
"8751 La Mesa Blvd, La Mesa, CA 91942Order Your Food Early Here$ | Cafe | Hole in the Wall | Hidden Gem. Lunchbox is a down-to-earth humble little shop that prides itself on providing excellent service and food. If it doesn’t then they have no problem fixing the issue."
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4.4 (2142 ratings)
High-end sports-bar chain with a huge menu of New American fare & an extensive list of draft beers.
1640 Camino Del Rio N Ste 157, San Diego, CA 92108, USA
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"The Outback will make guests feel like they are in Australia. Guests can watch adorable koala bears, Tasmanian devils, and laughing kookaburra. Guests can also enjoy the Australian Wonders garden which includes eucalyptus trees, Queensland lacebark trees, and other “botanical wonders from Down Under”."
"We asked our waiter at South Draft in Mission Beach, where is the best Mexican food in San Diego?. He immediately recommended Oscars Mexican Seafood as a great local, hole in the wall place to grab fish tacos in San Diego. He warned us there may be lines, and we avoided them by visiting the shack near La Jolla at lunch time."
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5 (27 ratings)
7661 Girard Ave #100, La Jolla, CA 92037, USA
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