Dine in Dowtown

| Food + Drink

Experience the hustle and bustle of downtown San Diego by dining at these crowd-favorite restaurants! Although, restaurants aren’t the only attractions downtown has to offer. You can look at the water from Seaport Village, walk up Broadway to the Gaslamp Quarter and visit Petco Park in East Village. Make sure to put your walking shoes on!

Puesto

Photo Courtesy of San Diego Magazine

Photo Courtesy of Puesto

Tacos in San Diego are a must! Head over to Puesto at Seaport Village for a taco experience like never before. Stop by for Taco Tuesday, sip on their frozen horchata drink or their specialty Margarita during happy hour. Step into Puesto and see its modern murals within the restaurant and taste some award-winning tacos.

[time]Sunday-Saturday – 11AM-10PM[/time]

[location]789 West Harbor Dr., San Diego[/location]

Half Door Brewing Co.

Photos Courtesy of Half Door Brewery

Photos Courtesy of Half Door Brewery

Looking for some local brews with Irish roots? Try out Half Door Brewery Co.! This “pub” is located one block from Petco Park and offers a variety of brews made and served fresh. It has a homey-feel and a beautiful view of the ballpark if you sit on the patio. It’s a great place for brunch, lunch, dinner or happy hour.

To make reservations, click here.

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Monday-Friday – 11AM-2AM

Saturday & Sunday – 9AM-2AM

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[location]903 Island Ave, San Diego[/location]

Cowboy Star Restaurant & Butcher

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Photo Courtesy of San Diego Eater

How about an authentic steak dinner, cowboy-style in San Diego? If you’re in the mood for a night out on the town, check out Cowboy Star Restaurant & Butcher. Located in East Village, this eatery offers a variety of steak specialties on their menu. Make no mistake: you will leave with a full belly and happy heart.

To make reservations, click here.

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Sunday – 5PM-9PM

Monday – 5PM-10PM

Tuesday-Thursday – 11:30AM-2:30PM, 5PM-10PM

Friday – 11:30AM-2:30PM, 5PM-10:30PM

Saturday – 5PM-10:30PM

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[location]640 Tenth Ave, San Diego[/location]

Crab Hut

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Get your seafood fix at this Louisiana-style Seafood Kitchen. Since Crab Hut was founded in 2007, it aims to bring good ole’ Southern style flavor to San Diego. Products are grown and raised locally for you to enjoy the freshest catch! Besides downtown, Crab Hut has locations in Kearny Mesa and Mira Mesa, so you can experience seafood the right way.

[time]Sunday-Saturday – 11:30AM-10PM[/time]

[location]1007 5th Avenue Suite 101, San Diego[/location]

Lion’s Share

Photos Courtesy of Lion’s Share

Photos Courtesy of Lion’s Share

For a unique dining experience, make a reservation at Lion’s Share! The restaurant known for its exotic decor was featured on Food Network’s “40 Best Bars in America for Food Lovers” and Eater San Diego’s “10 Great Happy Hours in San Diego.” You can enjoy expertly crafted cocktails and the chef’s menu selections, such as PB&J Biscuit, Wild Style Burger and Tacos de Lengua. Happy hour is every day from 4PM-6PM!

[time]Sunday-Saturday – 4PM-2AM[/time]

[location]629 Kettner Boulevard, San Diego[/location]

Cafe Chloe

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A Parisian-inspired spot awaits you! Cafe Chloe is a cozy French bistro that serves classics with a local spin. As you enter the cafe and see the decor, it’s as if you’ve been transported to the most romantic city on earth. It’s perfect for lunch and dinner, but we recommend going for Saturday and Sunday brunch… and getting the macaroni & pancetta gratin!

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Monday – CLOSED

Tuesday-Thursday – 4PM-9:30PM

Friday – 9AM-10PM

Saturday – 8:30AM-10PM

Sunday – 8:30AM-9:30PM

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[location]721 9th Ave, San Diego[/location]

Breakfast Republic

Photo Courtesy of Gourmet Golfer Gal

Photo Courtesy of San Diego Eater

Make your way to one of the most talked about breakfast places in San Diego! You can’t help but ooh and aah as you look through their menu. Choose from a variety of benedicts, omelets, pancakes and french toast. If you can’t decide which pancakes or french toast to order, they offer a sampler where you can mix and match. Do yourself a favor and order a side or two of Jurassic Pork. Make sure you ask what the specials of the month are too.

While in downtown, stop by their East Village location, but lucky for you, their newest location is in Pacific Beach, just a 3-minute walk from OPI.

[time]Sunday-Saturday – 7AM-3PM[/time]

[location]East Village: 707 G Street, San Diego[/location]

[location]Pacific Beach: 4465 Mission Blvd., San Diego[/location]

Minou

Photo Courtesy of San Diego Eater

Photo Courtesy of San Diego Eater

A bit of Paris has been brought to the East Village for you to enjoy. It’s actually around the corner from Cafe Chloe, its sister restaurant. This European eatery will satisfy your sweet and savory cravings with their crepes! The menu options range from ham and gruyere to classic hazelnut spread with homemade salted caramel ice cream. Do we have your attention yet? Minou has a walk-up window for a quick order of espresso and eat-in diners can have beer, wine or hard cider.

[time]Sunday-Saturday – 9AM-4PM[/time]

[location]721 Eighth Ave, San Diego[/location]

Little Worry with Little Ones

| Family Fun

Traveling with the whole family together is rewarding and exciting, but sometimes it take an extra step to accommodate everyone. To make life easier, we’ve compiled some activities and places that promise to keep little ones and teens alike entertained and involved!

If you need ideas on family-friendly places to eat, click here!

Little Ones

The New Children’s Museum

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At The New Children’s Museum, they believe play and art-making promote the skills that our future leaders need: creativity, confidence, problem-solving, interpersonal skills, critical thinking, collaboration and optimism. Explore and participate in various art installations, gardens, and even an innovators lab! Children of all ages are bound to have a fun time.

To find out more click here.

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Monday – 9:30AM–4PM

Tuesday – CLOSED

Wednesday-Saturday – 9:30AM-4PM

Sunday – 11AM-4PM

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[location]200 W Island Ave, San Diego[/location]

Carlsbad Flower Fields

Photo Courtesy of the San Diego Union-Tribune

Come surround yourself with beauty as you tiptoe through a maze made of sweet peas and ride a tractor-pulled wagon through more than 50 acres of rainbow-colored rows of flowers. Older kids who like a challenge can fill paper passports at stamp stations set up throughout the Flower Fields. At Santa’s Playground, children climb and slide among the restored play houses and gigantic mushrooms that were part of the once popular Santa’s Village amusement area. Mom and dad can enjoy the flowers while the kids explore!

For more information, click here.

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Adults: $16

Seniors 60+: $14

Children 3-10: $8

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[time]March 1-May 13, 2018 – 9AM-6PM daily[/time]

[location]5704 Paseo Del Norte, Carlsbad[/location]

Birch Aquarium at Scripps

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Get an up-close view of tanks filled with glowing moon jellies, beautiful but poisonous lionfish, silvery sardines, sharks and other sea creatures! Children can even gently pet day-sandpapery sea stars and slimy sea cucumbers at the outdoor Tide Pool Plaza. Birch Aquarium’s focus is on ocean education and conservation so everyone has something to learn!

For more information, click here.

[time]Sunday-Saturday – 9AM-5PM[/time]

[location]2300 Expedition Way, La Jolla[/location]

Maritime Museum of San Diego

Photo Courtesy of Times of San Diego

Kids can enjoy pretending they are pirates on the high seas while touring unique sailing vessels at the floating Maritime Museum! Steam-powered boats, sailing ships and submarines make up the museum’s fleet of nine boats. Learn about San Diego’s maritime history and see for yourself why it’s a pirate’s life for us.

For more information, click here.

[location]1492 N Harbor Dr, San Diego[/location]

Sunday-Saturday – 9AM-8PM

Teens

Petco Park Tour

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Join a walk-up tour and see PETCO Park up close! Discover “writer’s row” in the press box, learn about the historic Western Metal Supply Co. Building and explore the Padres dugout. Tours are approximately an hour and a half and promise to keep everyone interested for every jam-packed minute!

For information on days, pricing and packages, click here.

GoCar Tours

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See San Diego up close and on your own terms from the comfort of a GoCar! Take all day driving around or just an hour – you call the shots. With good weather and beautiful sights, you and your teen are bound to enjoy spending time together and exploring the boundless opportunities SD offers!

To book now and find out more, click here.

S’mores for All!

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There’s nothing quite like hanging out at the beach around a bonfire and San Diego has plenty of options! If you want to get out of Pacific Beach, The Hotel Del Coronado offers “S’Mores on the Beach” which allows you to sit around a crackling fire pit under the stars, toes in the sand, and snack on the classic combination of marshmallows, graham crackers and chocolate.

Other options for fire pits include Mission Bay Park, Mission Beach, La Jolla Shores and Moonlight Beach in North County. Bring a blanket and some good campfire stories!

To find out more about Hotel Del Coronado’s S’Mores night, click here.

To read about other bonfire options, click here.

Liberty Public Market

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Photo Courtesy of Rich Cervales Blog

Teens these days, they do it for the gram. Not only does Liberty Public Market at Liberty Station have a picture perfect aesthetic, it’s also filled with Instagram-worthy eateries that you just can’t resist. Some of our favorites include Le Parfait Paris for fresh French pastries, Pasta Design for handcrafted pasta and Stuffed! for over-the-top delectable stuffed burgers (make sure to get a side of tater tots).

To view the full market map, click here.

[time]Sunday-Saturday – 11AM-8PM[/time]

[location]2820 Historic Decatur Road, San Diego[/location]

Nothing But Nature

| Family Fun

San Diego is a beautiful city full of people and activities around every corner; however, it is easy to get lost in the concrete jungle. If you’re hoping to reconnect with nature while, here are a few places you might think of exploring!

Here’s a tip: before you head out on a hike or to the beach, find out the sunset time for that day by clicking here!

Waterfront Park

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Even in downtown, if you’re looking for somewhere to put your toes in the grass and kick back, swing by Waterfront Park! The area offers a variety of jungle gyms and climbing structures for kids, water fountains in the summer, plus a  waterfront view.

[location]1600 Pacific Hwy, San Diego[/location]

Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve

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Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve is 2,000 acres of coastal state park located in the community of La Jolla, just off North Torrey Pines Road. Perfect for both hiking experts and those simply looking for a leisurely walk, the reserve has a wide variety of trails and scenic spots overlooking the blue San Diego waters. Make sure to bring a water bottle with you, as the warm San Diego weather can sneak up on you!

For more information, click here.

[location]12600 N Torrey Pines Rd, La Jolla[/location]

Torrey Pines Gliderport

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Located in La Jolla right across from UCSD, the Torrey Pines Gliderport overlooks the infamous Black’s Beach. Perfect for sunsets or simply to enjoy the breeze! Bring a chair or just sit on the ground and watch the hang gliders soar over your head and above the beautiful view.

[location]2800 Torrey Pines Scenic Dr, La Jolla[/location]

San Diego Zoo

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If you’d prefer to see your nature at a distance, check out the famous San Diego Zoo! Come see their habitats for over 3,700 animals, open year-round. If you would prefer to walk your way through the maze of exhibits or coast about in their gondolas, there is something for everyone.

For more information about the Zoo, click here.

[time]Click here to view the Zoo’s hours.[/time]

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Adult (Ages 12 & up): $54

Child (Ages 12 & under): $44

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[location]2929 Zoo Drive, San Diego[/location]

Balboa Park

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Home to more than 16 museums, multiple performing arts venues, lovely gardens, trails and many other creative and recreational attractions, Balboa Park is perfect mix of nature and culture. Walk through over 1,200 acres of beautiful gardens either on your own, or sign up for a tour to get the full experience.

To learn more about the park, click here.

[location]1549 El Prado, San Diego[/location]

Sunset Cliffs Natural Park

Photo Courtesy of Ocean Beach San Diego

Explore your way through intricately carved coastal bluffs, arches and sea caves. You might even get lucky and see a California gray whale, which migrate annually from the Bering Sea to Baja California and back. Street parking is available at any of the entrances.

To learn more about Sunset Cliffs, click here.

If you’re looking for a bite to eat after, swing by Little Italy or grab some San Diego seafood!

[location]1253 Sunset Cliffs Blvd, San Diego[/location]

Point Loma Tide Pools

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If you want something more hands-on, continue down Cabrillo Memorial Drive to the Point Loma tide pools!  The “intertidal” space, or the unique ecosystem that lies between the high and low tides along the shore, provides a home for a variety of wildlife native to San Diego. Explore, experience and learn about San Diego’s nature in action!

To find out more about the Point Loma tide pools, click here.

[location]1800 Cabrillo Memorial Drive, San Diego[/location]

Potato Chip Rock

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Despite the local nickname “Potato Chip,” this park is far from edible! Mt. Woodson is a 4-mile trek each way, amounting to a full day of hiking, but a must-see for locals and tourists alike. The line at the top for the iconic “Potato Chip” picture promises to be long, but bring a picnic and enjoy being surrounded by the miles of trees and nature around you under our favorite San Diego weather.

In order to get the full Mt. Woodson hike around the shimmering lake, start from the Poway Wilderness Picnic Area trail.

Parking inside the park is $8, but there’s no charge if you park outside and walk in.

[location]14644 Lake Poway Road, Poway[/location]

SeaWorld

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If you don’t have any luck finding whales off the coast of San Diego, swing by San Diego’s Sea World to see their variety of coastal animals for yourself. Witness dazzling performances and learn about the majestic wildlife. A portion of every visit goes to animal conservation and rescue efforts!

For more information about hours and ticket pricing, click here.

[location]500 Sea World Dr, San Diego[/location]

Welcoming March with Blooms, Movies, Shamrocks and more!

| Explore San Diego

San Diego in March means blossoming flowers and trees, spring break weather, St. Patrick’s Day, and much more. To help make planning your stay easier, we’ve compiled a list of events happening this month.

Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch

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Nothing says “Spring is here” like flowers! The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch bloom for about 6-8 weeks of the year – from early March to early May. Take a day trip to Carlsbad Ranch 30 minutes north of OPI. You can walk through the fields and stop to smell the roses or join in on one of the many events Carlsbad Ranch puts on throughout the month of March. They offer wagon rides, floral arranging workshops, arts & crafts days and more!

For more information about tickets, click here.

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$16/adult

$14/seniors (60+)

$8/child (3-10)

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[time]March 1-May 13, 2018 – 9AM-6PM[/time]

[location]5704 Paseo Del Norte, Carlsbad[/location]

San Diego Film Week

Photo Courtesy of San Diego Film Week

Are you a film lover? Enjoy a day at the movies – actually more like 10 DAYS at the movies! The second annual San Diego Film Week will be put on by the Film Consortium at the Museum of Photographic Arts. The celebration of film will include over 100 local, national, and international films, as well as a variety of panels, parties and workshops.

If you’re interested in more information on the films being shown or purchasing tickets or a pass, click here.

[cost]50 for a 5-ticket package[/cost]

[time]March 2-March 11, 2018[/time]

[location]1649 El Prado, San Diego[/location]

Best Coast Beer Fest

Photo Courtesy of Sandiego.org

BEER = Brew. Enjoy. Empty. Repeat. Enjoy a warm day and cold beer at San Diego’s Premier Beer Festival at Embarcadero Park South! You can sample and learn more about the 90 local breweries who will be in attendance, try the local cuisine and listen a variety of bands who will be playing throughout the afternoon.

This event also helps raise money for the Charity partnered with Best Coast Beer Fest (BCBF): Cuck Fancer. Over the past 3 years, BCBF has raised over $50,000 to help raise awareness for young adult cancer survivors get back on their feet.

For more information on the charity and the event details click here.

If you’d like to purchase tickets, click here.

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VIP tickets start at $105

General Admission tickets start at $50

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[time]March 10, 2018 – 2PM-5PM[/time]

[location]200 Marina Park Way, San Diego[/location]

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

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If you’re staying with us over the St. Patrick’s Day holiday, join the fun and attend the annual San Diego St. Patrick’s Day Parade – the largest parade west of the Mississippi! There will be floats, high school marching bands, dancing groups, antique cars and representatives from Ireland. You will see it all! Thousands of spectators and marchers will celebrate the Patron Saint of Ireland and their Irish Roots.

For parking information, click here.

[time]March 17, 2018 – 10:30AM[/time]

[time]Downtown San Diego at Fifth Avenue and Laurel St.[/time]

Irish Festival

Photo Courtesy of North County Sun

More St. Patrick’s Day fun includes the Irish Festival at Balboa Park. It will include Irish Step Dancers, various Irish Folk singers and bands playing throughout the afternoon, a kids zone, Celtic food, craft booths and a Beer Garden.

For more information about the event schedule, click here.

[time]March 17, 2018 – 1PM-6PM[/time]

St. Patty’s Day Festival

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Looking to have some fun and enjoy great music while you’re in San Diego? Check out Gaslamp Quarter’s St. Patty’s Day Festival: shamROCK! There will be three stages with Irish, Celtic, and Rock Bands, DJs and Performers, Irish Dancers and 25 bars participating in the event.

To purchase tickets, click here.

[time]March 17, 2018 – 4PM-Midnight[/time]

Champagne Brunch Cruise

Photo Courtesy of Your North County

This Sunday afternoon brunch will be the highlight of your stay in San Diego. Enjoy a day on the water and a full brunch buffet with unlimited champagne for you and your special someone.

For more information check out Flagship Cruises or Hornblower Cruises.

[cost]65.95/person[/cost]

[time]Every Sunday in March – 11AM-1PM[/time]

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Departs from Broadway Pier

1000 N Harbor Dr, San Diego

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Tall Ship Adventure

Photo Courtesy of the San Diego Maritime Museum

An authentic way to experience the San Diego culture is to board the gold rush era replica, the Californian! The Maritime Museum of San Diego offers the Tall Ship Adventure. Spend three hours sailing in a traditionally rigged ship. As passengers, you’ll learn about the history of sailing and exploration in San Diego, the whale and sea otter trade, various sea battles and what life is like at sea!

For more information about the Tall Ship Adventure or Maritime Museum, click here.

Here’s  a tip: if you have kids, strollers or folding chairs are not allowed on board.

[cost]General Admission tickets range from $44-$62 (entrance to all the museums included)[/cost]

[time]Every Sunday of March – 11:30AM-3PM[/time]

[location]1492 N Harbor Dr, San Diego[/location]

La Jolla Kayak Cave Tour

Photo Courtesy of Bike and Kayak Tours

Are you up for an outdoor adventure? Just north from OPI, you can spend a day kayaking and looking at sea caves and cliffs throughout the La Jolla Ecological Reserve! No experience necessary! On your journey, you’ll see all kinds of marine life (such as sea lions, garibaldi, leopard sharks, shovelnose guitarfish or an occasional dolphin), come up close to marvelous sandstone formations, and explore seven different caves! San Diego in March is the perfect time to take advantage of a day on the water.

For more information about tickets and tours, click here.

[time]Available all year round – every hour from 9AM-Sunset[/time]

National Comedy Theater

Photo Courtesy of National Comedy Theater

Are you in need of a good laugh? During your stay, catch the National Comedy Theater Mainstage show. The content is solely on the current audience’s suggestions, and the professional cast creates an entire improv comedy show!

For more information about tickets, click here.

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Every Friday or Saturday

Early Show – 7:30PM

Late Show – 9:30PM

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[location]3717 India St, San Diego[/location]

2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball

Photo Courtesy of Indy Star

Are you a basketball fan? If so, you won’t want to miss out on one of the biggest college basketball tournaments! The first and second rounds of the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament will be held at San Diego State University’s basketball stadium.

To purchase tickets, click here.

For parking information, click here

[time]March 16 & 18, 2018[/time]

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Viejas Arena

5500 Canyon Crest Dr, San Diego

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Trivia Night at Garage

Photo Courtesy of Garage Kitchen+Bar

Are you one of those people who know random facts and like to test them once in a while? You’re in luck! During your stay, check out Garage Kitchen + Bar’s Trivia Night! Join in on the fun by grabbing a drink and a bite to eat. Make sure to check out their Taco Tuesday specials and play for a prize! This event is for ages 21 and up.

The top three teams play for: $2 carnitas tacos, $5 margaritas, $15 bucket of Corona (five beers).

[time]Every Tuesday night – 7PM-9PM[/time]

[time]655 Fourth Avenue, San Diego[/time]

 

Old Town Tour

Photo Courtesy of San Diego Tours

If you have a free night during your time at OPI, spend it exploring Old Town San Diego! During the tour you can learn about San Diego’s roots from the early Spanish settlement to the California Gold Rush Era and everything in between. You will sample authentic Mexican cuisine from a few of the best restaurants in Old Town and explore some of the oldest graveyards near the historic town in San Diego.

For more information and tickets, click link.

[cost]60/person[/cost]

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Meeting point: Café Coyote Restaurant

2461 San Diego Ave, San Diego

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Surf’s Up!

| Family Fun

For those who are new to surfing and those who are natural on a board, San Diego has a large community of surfing shops, beautiful beaches and warm, welcoming water! Ocean Park Inn is located only steps from the sand and we encourage all our guests to head outside and see all San Diego and the Pacific Ocean have to offer.

La Jolla Shores

Photo Courtesy of Baja Surf Mexico

Skill level: Beginner/Intermediate

If you’re a beginner and hoping to try surfing for the first time, look no further than La Jolla Shores! The beach offers year-round lifeguarding services, facilities open to the public and a large parking lot in addition to street parking.

Here’s a tip: When walking through the water in La Jolla, shuffle your feet! Stingrays can sometimes be found in the water and shuffling your way into the water will clear your path. If you happen to see one, give yourself a little distance and enjoy watching them in their natural habitat.

Del Mar

Photo Courtesy of Surfers Village

Skill level: Intermediate

The beauty of Del Mar beaches is no secret, but they continue to be a prime location for surfing of any skill level. With sand bottom beach breaks and wide open space from Torrey Pines State Beach all the way to the river mouth, any surfer can catch their own wave!

Pacific Beach

Photo Courtesy of RootsRated

Skill level: Beginner/Intermediate

You don’t have to go far to find good surf! Take a stroll from your room right to the sand to find Pacific Beach and its warm water, unique breaks and friendly atmosphere. If you need to relax after a full day of being on the water, Pacific Beach’s downtown area also offers a wide variety of food and shopping at your fingertips. To learn more about PB, click here.

Black’s Beach

Photo Courtesy of California Beaches

Skill level: Intermediate/Advanced

If you are hoping for more of a challenge, La Jolla’s Black’s Beach is one of the best gems of the area. Beneath the towering cliffs and hang glider port, the water covers the underwater Scripps Canyon. Watch out where you land your board, however; Black’s Beach is a famously nude beach!

Girl Power

Photo Courtesy of Pinterest

Allow yourself to be inspired by surfers such as Bethany Hamilton, Alana Blanchard and many more skilled female surfers by enrolling in class with Surfer Girls! Less than a 5-minute walk from our facilities, Surfer Girls welcomes girls and women of any age to sign up for either a one-on-one or group lesson to learn the basics, or to brush up on your previous experience. They are open seven days a week, year round, so call in advance and book a session!

For information on their lessons, click here.

South Coast Surf Shop

Photo Courtesy of Viewbug

Forgot some of your equipment at home? Or maybe you’re ready to finally commit to a board of your own? Swing by South Coast Surf Shop only a block from Ocean Park Inn and check out their selection of apparel, swimwear, shoes and accessories.

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Monday-Saturday – 10AM-6:30PM

Sunday – 10AM-5PM

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[location]4500 Ocean Blvd, San Diego[/location]

San Diego Surf School

Photo Courtesy of StokeShare

Those new to the water and certified experts alike are invited to take lessons through San Diego Surf School, the highest rated surf school in the area! San Diego Surf School welcomes anyone to book a lesson and head out onto the water. Only a five minute drive from Ocean Park Inn, you can choose between their private lessons, group lessons or even sign up for a surf camp. Hang ten!

[time]Sunday-Saturday – 9AM–5PM[/time]

[location]4850 Cass St., San Diego[/location]

Single Fin Surf Grill

Photo Courtesy of Single Fin San Diego

If getting in the water is not your style, you can still enjoy the ambiance of the ocean by eating at Single Fin Surf Grill! Sleep in and wander in for their breakfast menu, served until 2PM. If you’d prefer to spend your day on the waves, catch a few then come on in to sip on one of their signature cocktails.

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Monday-Friday – 10AM-Midnight

Saturday-Sunday – 9AM-Midnight

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[location]3844 Mission Blvd., San Diego[/location]

OB Surf Lounge

Photo Courtesy of OB Surf Lodge

Hoping for a quick bite while you’re waiting for the tide to turn? Drop in to OB Surf Lounge during their happy hour for $5 house wines, select drafts and biscuit sandwiches, or check out their delicious new dinner menu served nightly.

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Monday-Thursday – 9AM-9PM

Friday – 9AM-10PM

Saturday – 8AM-10PM

Sunday – 8AM-9PM

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[location]5083 Santa Monica Ave Suite 1F, San Diego[/location]