Old Town Inn San Diego
La Jolla…known as the jewel of San Diego. It is popular for its collection of trendy designer boutiques and popular restaurant rows on Prospect and Gerard Blvds., but also for its many beautiful beaches and the Torrey Pines State Park…[ more... ]
May 14 6-8
Flavors in Harmony: beer and food pairing
Try specially paired craft beer and food tastings at Flavors in Harmony: Pairing Beer and Food! Discover how certain food and beer flavors complement each otherl, and enjoy the after-hours …
Little Italy…a lovely neighborhood that has worked hard to maintain its original roots while also incorporating many contemporary features. A wonderful quaint little neighborhood to explore with many delicious authentic restaurants to try and little boutique shops to shop in. …[ more... ]
Good eats in a great spot! Head out for the day and visit all that the park has to offer. Or have a date night with some dinner and museum!
• Coffee/Tea fanatic or connoisseur? If you’re either, …[ more... ]
Balboa Park… this park is a true San Diego treasure! Many of the buildings around the Pan American Plaza were specifically created for the 1920 & 1935 Pan American Expositions. The park houses 13 museums in Spanish Revival buildings, the …[ more... ]
April 19, 2015
Price: Free. Venue: Main Street
Come prepared to visit the many food booths on Main Street Fallbrook to sample avocados, check out the crazy cooking contest entries, buy funky avocado-themed gifts and enjoy live …[ more... ]
Who doesn’t love a good brunch? For Easter brunch, there are many great options. It’s hard to make a wrong choice!
The Westgate Hotel’s Easter Champagne Brunch. They also have face painting and a visit from the Easter Bunny. …[ more... ]
Spring is here and Easter is just around the corner! Here are some great egg hunts and other festive adventures to take the kiddos to!
Easter Bunny at the San Diego Zoo. The Easter Bunny returns to the San Diego …[ more... ]
Normal Heights…such an eclectic neighborhood, families and students, immigrants and natives all occupy this mid-city neighborhood. The main corridor on Adams Ave, known as “Antique Row”, is filled with antique shops, used book and vintage clothing stores, several neighborhood …[ more... ]