You cannot bottle up the San Diego sunshine, but you can take home a fabulous souvenir.
The beach communities are lined with dozens of shops selling everything from t-shirts, shot glasses and key chains to seashells in a bag. Kobey’s Swap Meet, held at the San Diego Sports Arena, Fridays through Sundays, offers (Continue reading)
Shop our San Diego’s farmers markets for deliciously nutritious fruits, vegetables and homemade favorites, making food shopping a fun experience for children and adults alike. Grown through sustainable agriculture techniques, local farmers pride themselves in providing the city with organic produce at an (Continue reading)
Carpe PM– Seize The Night!” It’s dark . . .fog swirls . . .music pounds . . .shadows come to life . . .screams of laughter fill the air . . . It’s Laser Tag at ULTRAZONE, The Ultimate Laser Adventure Discover the nocturnal world of San Diego’s only genuine multi-level laser tag.
Since 1995 ULTRAZONE (Continue reading)
In the late 1700s, Spanish explorers established missions throughout Southern California in an effort to bring livestock, fruits, vegetables, flowers and industry into California. Several of these missions still exist today and can be found in San Diego along the historic “El Camino Real” route.
Mission (Continue reading)
Perry's Cafe is an old-school trucker-style diner, located just minutes from Old Town, San Diego. Specializing in breakfast and comfort food, Perry's Cafe is a popular local's eatery every day of the week - weekends here can get pretty busy. It's definitely worth the wait for their mouthwatering pancakes, hearty (Continue reading)
Enjoy a South-of-the-border celebration! Many restaurants, bars, and eateries have weekly Taco Tuesday specials. Gather up a group of friends for tons of tacos, cheap margaritas, and lively atmosphere! We've listed the best specials all over San Diego!
Chart House | 4:30-6:30pm | $6 Fish Tacos, $6 Martinis, (Continue reading)
San Diego Latino Film Festival Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary, March 7-17, 2013
Join the fun! As San Diego comes together to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the San Diego Latino Film Festival (SDLFF) mix and mingle with celebrities, filmmakers, and civic and community leaders. Enjoy live music, great food, and a (Continue reading)
Mission Valley is the site of the first Spanish settlement in California, Mission San Diego de Alcala, oldest of the California missions. Today Mission Valley is a major commercial center lining the San Diego River and is home to several shopping centers and Qualcomm Stadium (home of the San Diego Chargers).
San (Continue reading)