San Diego with Friends
Collected by Leo Johnson
San Diego is a beautiful city on the California coast that enjoys a diverse mix of culture, natural splendor, and an emerging food scene. Whether you prefer a day at the beach or a night at the museum, San Diego is a destination that you'll enjoy any time of year.
2400 Kettner Blvd #110, San Diego, CA 92101, USA
98 Bottles is a relaxed place where people in the neighborhood come for a few drinks. The happy hour prices aren't as low as other places, but the comfortable vibe well makes up for it. Until midnight, you can also purchase wine and beer to take...
750 W Fir St, San Diego, CA 92101, USA
In the hip neighborhood of Little Italy, you should definitely stop by Influx for a freshly roasted cup of coffee and light breakfast. The outdoor seating is a perfect way to enjoy a San Diego morning. It will probably be a little crowded, but...
San Diego, CA, USA
If you keep your eye out, you will find beautiful artwork all over the city. From murals on the walls of buildings to the painted electrical boxes around town- there is wonderful art to be seen if you know where to look! I love driving or walking...
San Diego, CA, USA
The Flagship, located behind the convention center in downtown San Diego, is a great way to view the city, and enjoy delicious food and company. I would highly recommend taking out-of-town guests, and even a date on the cruise. The cruise lasts...
Balboa Park, San Diego, CA, USA
Balboa park is a landscape of arts and culture in San Diego, including museums, such as The Natural History Museum, and the Museum of Photographic Arts. The photo above is of the large koi pond outside the botanical garden house. It makes for a...
Little Italy, San Diego, CA 92101, USA
Little Italy is a great neighborhood with restaurants, gourmet grocers and boutiques- well worth a check out on any day of the week. But if you're in San Diego on a Saturday morning from 8am to 2pm, you have to walk over to the Little Italy...
2202 Fourth Ave, San Diego, CA 92101, USA
Banker's Hill Bar and Grill in the Banker's Hill neighborhood of San Diego has a fantastic happy hour. For $5 each, you can get a roasted beet salad, basket of truffle fries, burger sliders, or deviled eggs. Being a Southern girl, where deviled...
750 N Harbor Dr, San Diego, CA 92101, USA
With two stories and multiple patio choices, you will have a fantastic view of the San Diego Bay anywhere you sit. In 1976, The Fish Market was started by a fisherman and his friend, who was a boat captain and a gourmand. The history shows,...
526 Market St, San Diego, CA 92101, USA
As you enter Bang Bang through the stepped tunnel from Market Street, you'll experience the sounds of the Tokyo subway system. Videos and sounds play throughout the establishment. I'd suggest making reservations in the main dining room and...
820 Fifth Ave, San Diego, CA 92101, USA
Laden with drinks created with ingredients like clover honey, rye whiskey, and even fruit leather, Frauds and Swindlers is your destination for crafty cocktails. Aiden Demarest (owner of Neat in LA) and Dave Whitton teamed up to serve a diverse...
901 Fifth Ave, San Diego, CA 92101, USA
Vin De Syrah is a hidden place found below street level on 5th Ave in the Gaslamp District. To get here, you descend a level of stairs that takes you to what looks like a door with an owl painted on it. That is not the door—to your left will be a...
554 Fourth Ave, San Diego, CA 92101, USA
619 W Fir St, San Diego, CA 92101, USA
Vitreum is located in the Little Italy neighborhood of San Diego, near downtown. They carry unique, handmade jewelry, tableware, vases, incense, decorative items, and more. There is a clothing boutique and a spa all right next door. When you're...
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