Our Favorite San Diego Spots

Our Favorite San Diego Spots

If you're traveling to sunny San Diego, California this summer, you DEFINITELY need to check out these spots!

  1. La Jolla Cove

La Jolla Cove is a small coastal inlet surrounded by picturesque sandstone bluffs that shelter the popular La Jolla Cove Beach. There are quite a few things to do at La Jolla Cove, San Diego such as seal and sea lion watching, enjoying the mild waves of the ocean and exploring the La Jolla sea caves. Another reason why La Jolla Cove Beach is so popular is that it’s a gateway to the San Diego-La Jolla Underwater Park, a human-made and protected marine reserve. Snorkelers, divers, and swimmers enter the ocean here to exercise, sightsee, and explore sea life in this underwater park. You may also book a guided tour!

  1. San Diego Market

Find farm fresh fruits and vegetables, eggs, meat, fish, packaged groceries, flowers and plants, local crafts and more at the Little Italy Mercato on Wednesdays from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm and Saturdays from 8 am to 2 pm, and in downtown Chula Vista at the Third Avenue Village Market Sundays from 10 am to 2 pm, year-round, rain or shine.

  1. American Comedy Co. San Diego

American Comedy Co. San Diego provides a cozy 200-seat venue with an old-fashioned speak-easy feel to it. The small comedy club guarantees big laughs from the audience as national headlining comedians perform at the club. A-list comic stars such as Drew Carey, Christopher Titus and Charlie Murphy have graced the stage at The American Comedy Co. Although the San Diego American Comedy Co. hosts top comedians, it also welcomes open mic comedic performers and up-and-coming comedians as well.

  1. Water Grill San Diego (In Gaslamp Quarter)

Water Grill serves some of the best seafood! The restaurant has a raw bar serving ten types of oysters or try the sea urchin and bay scallops. Other standout dishes include fritto misto, shrimp and grits, ragout, and squid ink pasta with calamari.

  1. Gaslamp Quarter

Rising from 16 square-blocks in downtown San Diego, you’ll find the historic Gaslamp Quarter where Victorian-era buildings and modern skyscrapers stand side by side, housing more than 100 of the city's finest restaurants, pubs, nightclubs and retails shops, as well as offices and residential/work lofts. With activities for any occasion, the Gaslamp is the perfect spot for a romantic date night, birthday celebration, bachelor/bachelorette party, bar hopping, or simply dining out with the family.

  1. Hotel Solamar

In San Diego’s emerging East Village Gaslamp Quarter, Solamar Hotel offers an energetic vibe with rich décor. Their design aesthetic has been heavily inspired by the city’s personality as well as early Spanish influences. Their regal-meets-vibrant, urban refuge provides modern comfort, a rooftop pool oasis, dazzling dining destinations, genuinely engaged service, plus a central location ideal for exploring some of the city’s latest dining trends and sizzling nightlife options.