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If you love window shopping, people watching and great food - visit these 2 streets while in La Jolla and you will not be disappointed! Thrown in are a few historic buildings for some culture! Great fun!
We came for breakfast and were so pleasantly surprised at the selection and the prices. The breakfast sandwiches were huge and delicious and only $5.50. The fruit salad bowl was enough for 2 people. The salads and desserts looked amazing. We are definitely going back.
If you want to venture away from the coast road then head a short walk uphill and you reach the shopping and restaurant area.. there are some nice little boutique shops but they are a little pricey as are a lot of the restaurants.
This offers a nice view of the sea while you walks amongst the shops. Most were too expensive for my budget, but the people were friendly and the shops were beautiful. You can smell the fresh seafood for miles.
We’ve been coming here for a long time. Food is amazingly good. The owner is as kind and pleasant to everyone as she can possibly be. They have great homemade soups, sandwiches and quite a few hot meal choices. The beautiful iced cookies are what...More
From the Cove through the shops and stores, you will not find anything like this. There are lots of high end shops that are fun to window shop and places to stop and afford along the way. A must do if you are wanting to...More
We had a fabulous lunch at Duke's. The view of the La Jolla Cove was spectacular from the back terrace. The staff were so friendly (thank you to our server Asia!!!!). The fish tacos were terrific too! I would go to La Jolla for the...More
La Jolla Village isn't that big. Prospect Street is really the main walking street. That's where most of the restaurants are and several of the shops. It's elevated over the water so, if you pick the right restaurant, you'll have a great view.
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Inn by the Sea at La Jolla is the one that is closest to the beach around this area. They were renovating in March. Not really sure how it is though as we stayed at Grand Colonial Hotel which is a little up the hill from the... More
Inn by the Sea at La Jolla is the one that is closest to the beach around this area. They were renovating in March. Not really sure how it is though as we stayed at Grand Colonial Hotel which is a little up the hill from the beach but only about a 5 minute walk.