Category Archives: San Diego

USS Recruit

San Diego and the United States Navy have been intertwined since the beginning of the 20th century, and one place where you can get a unique sense of that relationship is at the USS Recruit in Liberty Station. In an effort to bring the Navy to San Diego, Rep. William Kettner, pushed for the creation of a naval training center along

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Queenstown Public House

Queenstown Public House is a New Zealand-inspired restaurant in a 1905 Craftsman house in Little Italy, serving up a variety of fresh food in a relaxed atmosphere. Brunch is served daily until 2 p.m., and their brunch menu has everything from a Kiwi breakfast to a cowboy breakfast, to French toast, to lamb hash or chicken and waffles, with plenty

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Village Pizzeria—Bayside

If you’re looking for an informal, family-friendly restaurant with one of the best views in San Diego, check out Village Pizzeria Bayside at the Coronado Ferry Landing. There are actually two Village Pizzeria locations in Coronado. The one at the Coronado Ferry Landing and the original restaurant on Orange Avenue just a block from the Hotel del Coronado. The bayside location is

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Corvette Diner

If you’re looking to experience a blast from the past, check out the modern version of a 1950’s diner in Liberty Station: the Corvette Diner. Walking into the main entrance, you’ll be greeted with a vintage Corvette just inside the door, along with a ton of neon signs and 1950’s kitschy memorabilia pretty much splattered on the walls throughout the

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Fault Line Park

Southern California has its faults—figurative and literal. In this case, it’s the Rose Canyon Fault that runs right through the heart of San Diego and is adjacent to the new 45-story apartment building, Pinnacle on the Park. In fact, the building’s developers were the ones who created and will maintain the park. The park is situated on 14th Street between

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