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San Diego’s 2018 Fall Arts Bucket List

San Diego’s 2018 Fall Arts Bucket List

Between San Diego’s playhouses, museums, galleries, and theaters, there’s always plenty going on in the local art scene. This fall is no different, with an arts lineup that offers something for everyone. Here are five shows, exhibits, and festivals to add to your arts bucket list this season. Continue reading

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Where to Find Divine Dishes in San Diego – For Vegans

Where to Find Divine Dishes – Vegan Guide - Kindred

San Diego’s culinary scene isn’t all fish tacos and burgers. Ask your local vegan friends for restaurant recommendations in San Diego and they will have far too many places to list. Here is a starter kit of popular plant-based eateries, serving everything from wholesome salads to inventive indulgences around town. Continue reading

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The Surfer’s Tour of San Diego

Surf Guide to San Diego

As much as you might like to, no one can surf all day. But don’t worry, any surfer will still be stoked after leaving the water, because San Diego is a bastion of surf culture. Legendary surfboard shapers, historic breaks, cutting-edge surfboard manufacturing, and museums—San Diego has it all. Here’s your guide to keeping the stoke alive between sessions. Continue reading

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Exploring San Diego’s Hottest ‘Hoods: Clairemont

Societe Brewing - Clairemont

The San Diego neighborhood of Clairemont more than holds its own when it comes to hidden gems. Located between La Jolla and the Convoy district, Clairemont is loaded with so many international food options that it surely deserves to be recognized as its own distinct and diverse food destination. Continue reading

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Exploring San Diego’s Hottest ‘Hoods: Goldfinch

The Patio on Goldfinch

The Goldfinch and Washington Street intersection in Mission Hills packs a lot into just a few short blocks. Here you’ll find a bevy of farm-to-table and neighborhood restaurants, along with shopping and entertainment, set in a fashionable urban community. Continue reading

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The Thrill Seeker’s Guide to San Diego

SeaWorld's Electric Eel - A Thrill Seeker's Guide to San Diego

Surfing is far from the only thing that will get your heart pumping in San Diego. Did you know you can jump from an airplane, swim with sharks, and hit 50 miles per hour on a boat? Yep—and all on the same day if you please. These adrenaline-laced activities will give you a taste of San Diego that will make your palms sweat. Continue reading

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8 Secret Bars and Speakeasies to Discover in San Diego

101 Proof - Secret Bars in San Diego

Shhhhh! Keep your voice down, duck through a secret door, and find a hidden world of dim lighting, tiki drinks, and old-timey cocktail names (and customs). Getting to these secret bars (or bars-within-a-bar) is half the fun. The other half is sharing a hush-hush experience with the few others there to enjoy it. Continue reading

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The Westfield UTC Experience: Where to Shop, Dine, Drink, and Play

Raised by Wolves - Westfield UTC

Forget what you’ve heard about malls these days. Since undergoing a $600-million renovation, La Jolla’s Westfield UTC has reopened with delicious local and national eateries, hip boutiques, artisan coffee, Archlight luxury cinemas, and just about every couture fashion brand imaginable. This outdoor shopping experience encapsulates the San Diego and SoCal lifestyle. Continue reading

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Exploring San Diego’s Hottest ‘Hoods: Cedros Avenue Design District

Cedros Avenue Design District

Just a stone’s throw from the coast in Solana Beach and running parallel with Highway 101, this North Coastal shopping district features more than 85 stores. It’s known as the epicenter for renowned architects and interior design firms. From breakfast to late-night music venues, art, furniture, cute cafes, and stylish hair salons, Cedros Avenue Design District is the perfect destination for a day of ocean-adjacent strolling, shopping, and relaxing. And, the Coaster station in Solana Beach is a block away, so getting there is half the fun! Continue reading

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A World of Cuisines: San Diego’s Top International Food

Masala Street - San Diego's International Cuisine

Eat your way around the world—and San Diego—one meal at a time. From Abyssinian to Vietnamese, there is no shortage of international cuisine in the region. Here are just 13 to get you started. Follow your taste buds to get an idea of the incredible variety and deliciousness of San Diego’s diverse food landscape, no airfare required. Continue reading