With the start of San Diego’s lobster season on October 3, now is a great time to take out your cracker and indulge in this culinary delicacy. Many San Diego restaurants are offering outdoor dining and serving succulent dishes to savor the sophisticated crustacean, ranging from the traditional lobster tail and roll to innovative takes with […]
One of the nation’s top cities for outdoor recreational enthusiasts, San Diego has a colorful history as a runner’s paradise. The fun and entertaining Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon started in 1998 in San Diego, and the world’s first modern triathlon took place in 1974 at Mission Bay’s Fiesta Island. Seasoned marathoners and triathletes along with casual runners […]
San Diego is the perfect place to dine outdoors with nearly perfect temperatures and 270 days of clear skies throughout the year. One of the nation’s top foodie cities, San Diego offers a myriad of outdoor dining options with charming and spacious open-air settings to satisfy every mood and craving. Downtown Stroll along car-free Fifth […]
Guild Fest is back for another year! Join the San Diego Brewers Guild and more than 60 independent breweries for 2019’s Guild Fest. This year’s event takes place at a new location—Embarcadero South in Downtown San Diego on November 2nd, 2019. This annual event celebrates San Diego Beer Week and the independent brewing community that […]
Breaking News – Wonderfront Music & Arts Festival, November 22-24, 2019, has released their daily festival lineup!
Since way back in the 1860s (when the streets were lighted with 50 gas-powered lamps) this happening part of the city has been lit. Today, this 16-block area close to everything in downtown is a wonderful mishmash of historic Victorian architecture, the best of modern food and drink, and San Diego’s most vibrant nightlife. Here […]
Nestled between East Village and National City, Barrio Logan is a longstanding cultural hub of art, cuisine and Chicano culture. It would be impossible to truly know San Diego without taking in the murals of the area’s cultural crown jewel, Chicano Park. And there’s plenty of other well-worthwhile things to eat, drink, and see while […]
Downtown’s East Village neighborhood is home to 130 blocks of restaurants, bars, boutiques, hotels, the city’s main library, a baseball stadium, and countless other notable sights. With so much packed into one of the most urban parts of town, it can be tough to choose. Let us help you find a few things to do, […]