Nestled between East Village and National City, Barrio Logan is a hotbed of art, cuisine, and Chicano culture. It would be impossible to truly know San Diego without taking in the murals of the area’s cultural crown jewel, Chicano Park. And there’s plenty of other well-worthwhile things to eat, drink, and see while you’re there.
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Extraordinary Desserts and 4 more locationsJan 11
Here In San Diego, there's a rising stock of female masters taking the food, beer, wine, and cocktail scene to another level. Here's a look at some of the city's top food and drink mavens, and where you can taste or sip their creations.
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Bertrand at Mister A'S and 8 more locationsJan 9
Already thinking of planning a San Diego getaway for Valentine's Day? An exceptional fine dining restaurant experience will be the cherry on top of a romantic trip. There is no shortage of fine dining in this foodie city. You will find first-rate cuisine, stellar service and enchanting ambiance at these local favorites.
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Modern Times Far West Lounge and 1 more locationJan 4
San Diego’s restaurant scene is diverse, delicious—and growing virtually by the day. So many exciting new restaurants and bars crop up that it can be hard to keep track. That’s why we took stock of the very best establishments that have opened in the last several months (some are much newer than that) as well as the most anticipated places slated to open their doors any day now.
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San DiegoJan 3
From Chicano Park to Cali-Baja-inspired restaurants, the beautiful blend between Mexican and San Diegan cultures makes San Diego a truly unique city. Subtly woven together, the shared influence creates a cross-cultural vibrancy that is undeniable. Take it in throughout the city of San Diego, and then make a trip across the border to experience the origin of the inspiration.
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Balboa ParkJan 3
Riding through Balboa Park’s striking Spanish-colonial backdrop and lush gardens is a treat any time of year. Stop in and visit a museum or the free botanical building, grab a bite and a beer, or spend a few hours at the San Diego Zoo while you’re there.
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