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Visit The Gaslamp Quarter

Visit The Gaslamp Quarter

Light the Way at the Gaslamp The Gaslamp Quarter got its name from the gas-lamps that lined the streets of the town during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.  Today, the Gaslamp Quarter is almost 17 city blocks of dining, shopping, and entertainment, surrounding visitors with the sights, sounds and (Continue reading)

Go Jewelry Shopping

Go Jewelry Shopping

  One of San Diego’s best kept secrets is the San Diego Jewelry Exchange in the Gaslamp District. There are eight floors—yes, eight floors!—where you will find every pretty thing you’ve ever imagined, from diamond necklaces to gold watches to gemstone rings and more. The choices are endless! You can (Continue reading)

Las Hadas

Las Hadas

Las Hadas is a family owned and operated restaurant and the perfect fusion of authentic Latin American music, food and cocktails set in an upbeat atmosphere. The restaurant features a full bar and lounge area where diners will feel the combination of old and new that Las Hadas brings to the downtown area. The (Continue reading)

Taste & Thirst

Taste & Thirst

Taste & Thirst won the Editor's Choice Award for the best bar in the Gaslamp quarter and offers happy hour and daily specials that have built up quite the fan base. Food and drink discounts are happening constantly, making it difficult to come at an hour that isn't happy in one way or another. Some of their (Continue reading)

Bertrand at Mister A’s

Bertrand at Mister A's

Bertrand at Mister A's has been credited by many as a restaurant with the most spectacular views in all of San Diego, and was recently featured as one of the Top 10 Penthouse Restaurants in the United States by Gayot.com for MSN. Located just a few minutes from Downtown, Bertrand's offers an unbeatable view of the (Continue reading)

Old Town Trolley Tours

Old Town Trolley Tours

The Old Town Trolley sightseeing tour reminds you of a simpler time, when life moved at a more leisurely pace, when trolleys ruled the roads, rather than cars. Ahhh! So nostalgic! While taking a trolley tour won’t magically transport you to another time, it will transport you to FUN! Taking the Old Town (Continue reading)

Hornblower Easter Dining Cruise

Hornblower Easter Dining Cruise

Try something different this Easter Sunday and sign up for a Hornblower champagne brunch or dinner cruise! Enjoy ever-changing water views, entertainment and free-flowing Champagne (or sparkling cider). Feast your eyes on a delicious buffet filled with breakfast classics and holiday staples—all made from fresh (Continue reading)

Tavern + Bowl

Tavern + Bowl

Tavern + Bowl is the perfect place to bowl, grab a drink, and some delicious food! There are four locations in San Diego, each with up to 12 lanes (depending on the location), plenty of flat screens, and the opportunity to host a killer party for any occasion! All four locations have great happy hour meals n' (Continue reading)

Celebrate Mardi Gras in San Diego!

Celebrate Mardi Gras in San Diego!

Mid-winter each year, before the first green of spring, comes the festive and colorful season of Carnival or Mardi Gras. Though the actual season begins weeks earlier, the big celebration commonly referred to as Mardi Gras is a pre-Lenten gala held the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. Known as Shrove Tuesday or Fat (Continue reading)

San Diego Jeweler’s Exchange

San Diego Jeweler's Exchange

All your jewelry needs in one location! The landmark San Diego Jewelry Exchange, located in Downtown San Diego, has eight floors with over 75 different jewelry vendors. You’ll see the most amazing variety of jewelry, loose gems, precious metals, watches, and accessories you can imagine. The San Diego Jewelry (Continue reading)

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