¡SALUD! Barrio Logan – An authentic Mexican food eatery. ¡SALUD! is pure Southern California from the tattoo inspired murals to the pinstripe car hoods on the walls. The restaurant‘s menu pays homage to the street food of Northern Mexico and has traditional roots but with its own Chicano flare. The tacos of ¡SALUD! have been featured on the Travel Channel, Washington Post & The New York Times! 619.255.3856
Las Cuatro Milas-The best homemade tortillas you will ever have! There is always a line, especially on the weekends. But the wait is well worth it! Bring your appetites and cash.619.234.4460
Mariscos Alex-A food truck with some of the best fish tacos you ever have. There are many different Mexican seafood options. This place will not disappoint. 619.864.6889
Fillip’s Pizza Grotto Little Italy-Some of the best old traditional Italian food and they have been serving the area for over 67 years. Expect a line, but bring your appetite. 619.255.7213
Zorbas Greek Restaurant & Buffet-Chef Koutzimbis offers a magnificent buffet of the best, most popular, and most typical Greek foods! The name of the restaurant, “Zorbas” is inspired by the movie “Zorba the Greek.” With that theme in mind, in 1995 the restaurant came up with the idea of offering an entertaining show to their guests, to educate them a bit about Greek music, traditions, dances, and most importantly, the taste of Greek food! 619.422.8853
Ballast Point Brewery-Located in the heart of Little Italy, this location offers bayside breezes, award-winning and experimental brews, and a casual dining ambiance indoors and out. Sip pints on the patio or in a private cabana while watching overhead planes, or watch our brewers brew an R&D beer. For a private and intimate dining experience within the actual brewing space, make a reservation at The Kettle Room. 619.255.7213
Mission Brewery-Besides its historic awe, the brewery is unique in that the brewhouse is set overlooking the tasting room. When you visit our space, you will be right in the middle of the action. For some good brewed beers and fun atmosphere this is a place to visit. This brewery does not have a menu or kitchen for food in-house, but outside food is always welcomed. Grab your favorite meal to-go and bring it in to pair it with a beer! This place is also dog and kid friendly. 619.544.0555
Donut Bar-The world’s most award-winning donut that also offers beer and donut pairings on select nights. So many different options for donuts, some you never would have thought that would be a donut, but all are a must to at least try! 619.255.6360
Steal and Escape – Escape reality and have some fun! Steal and Escape offers live, interactive, adventurous games that are designed for 2-6 people. The room is full of puzzles, riddles, keys and locks. The goal is simple, yet challenging: escape in 60 minutes! 619.259.4096
Village Theater- Looking to catch the newest movies released? The Village Theater is a nostalgic place to do just that. The theater was recently renovated, which renovations actually took 10 years and cost upwards of 3 million dollars. 619.437.6161
Sea World-A great place to bring the family for some fun with roller coasters, rides, shows, tours, attractions & family-friendly activities for thrill seekers and animal lovers. 619.222.4732
Coronado Beach-A beautiful, family-friendly beach. Plan to get there early, as it can get crowded quickly. The beach is wide enough though that you can spread out comfortably. You can often see large sand castles near the hotel and the creators love donations.
La Jolla Shores Beach-is a mile-long crescent of prime sand beach that has 300-foot sea cliffs, that truly makes it picturesque. This beach is a busy swimming area popular among families and surfers alike. Shielded by La Jolla Bay, it is also used as a launching ground for scuba diving and kayaking. At night it’s alive with the glow of beach fires.
Imperial Beach – Encompasses more than 4 miles of beach with lifeguard stations along the beach front. Take a stroll down the pier at sunset, with breath-taking views of the water.
Balboa Park-This park is amazing. A great place to see where culture, science, and nature collide. Balboa Park is home to more than 16 museums, multiple performing arts venues, lovely gardens, trails, and many other creative and recreational attractions, including the San Diego Zoo. With a variety of cultural institutions among its 1,200 beautiful and lushly planted acres, there really is something for everyone.
Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve-Located within San Diego city limits and yet remains one of the wildest stretches of land on our Southern California coast! There are 1,500 acres of land here at the rare Torrey pine, with miles of unspoiled beaches and a lagoon that is vital to migrating seabirds. Check out this stunning state park and enjoy all that is has to offer.
Mission Bay Park-A great place to just get out and enjoy the weather. There is something for everyone from beachfront bonfires to biking through the park. There are plenty of places to park, playgrounds for the kids and even boat launch ramps.