A true success story in terms of revitalization, Hillcrest has blossomed into one of the hippest, most happening communities in the nation. Located just north of Balboa Park and the world’s most famous zoo, the community celebrated their first 100 years in 2007 as one of San Diego’s oldest communities. An (Continue reading)
With approximately 300 bridges within San Diego’s city limits, architect enthusiasts are sure to enjoy the hunt for the hidden ones. Two of the oldest are located in the Hillcrest and Bankers Hill neighborhoods.Built in 1905, the Quince Street trestle bridge is a pedestrian bridge, recently restored to its original (Continue reading)
On July 12, 1984, Native New Yorker, Alan Bilmes and partner Michael Wright from the Minnesota farm country, opened City Deli in Hillcrest, San Diego. Since the beginning, City Deli has prided itself on food made from scratch. From real mashed potatoes, homemade salad dressings, custom-made extra lean deli meats, (Continue reading)
Sometimes big brand names just don't cut it. Nothing beats a boutique for creativity and true individuality. Specializing in elite items such as clothing and jewelry, boutiques are small, fashionable shops that can be found almost anywhere in San Diego. A few local area favorites: The Village of Del mar offers an (Continue reading)
Nothing pairs better with a SoCal scramble than a fizzy Mimosa or a spicy Bloody Mary. As San Diego’s dining scene rises, brunch is on everyone’s mind and at the top of Sunday’s agenda. There are a lot of wonderful things about brunch…for one, it can last all day if you’re at the right place with the right (Continue reading)
Become a part of this fabulous tradition on Saturday, April 21, 2012 from Noon to 4:00 PM!
The best chefs and cuisine come together to create the tastiest event of the season! Spend the afternoon satisfying your appetite as you dine in over 40 restaurants in the urban neighborhood of Hillcrest. From cafés and (Continue reading)