Cool Things to Do In San Diego
Updated: Jul 18
I had the opportunity to visit San Diego for the first time this past weekend, and it’s was dreamy. Most of the time, the heartbeat of every city lives in its downtown, and San Diego is no exception. A couple of minutes away from the airport, and walking distance abundance of restaurants, bars, and cultural options, makes “Historic Gaslamp Quarter” a great spot to stay.
During the first day, my crew and I decided to explore the city, and our first stop was at “Waterfront Bar & Grill,” located at Little Italy – an attractive dive bar with a food menu and excellent cocktail drinks, so far great started. Surrender by a couple of bars, we kept walking and went to “San Diego Bay” where you can walk in the boardwalk and see the “embarcadero” (or landing place” in Spanish) lines, where you can also find cool museums on a ship where you can climb aboard to explore.
Our second spot was “The Fish Market” which has a beautiful view and amazing seafood. Sunset was about to start, so we went to “Altitude Sky Lounge” at San Diego Marriott and enjoyed the last sunlight of the day after our lunch.
Finding “Omnia nightclub” on a Friday night was perfect, so after a dance, next door was the most amazing Chicago Style pizza I ever had called “Berkeley Pizza.” We went the following night to this restaurant, just to consider how good it was.
The next day, we woke up to take an Uber and went directly to “Balboa Park”, which has plenty of museums. This amazing restaurant called “The Prado” with I highly recommended, especially the seating outside is beautiful the food was yummy.
Hours before heading over to the airport, we stopped by “Sunset Cliff,” where we didn’t have success finding the caves because the sea waves were high. But so far, we have had a fantastic view and again great weather.
If I miss any other cool spots in San Diego, let me know below in the comments section to visit next time. Have a great week!