Your ultimate guide for Things To Do in San Diego!

     

Hops On The Harbor

Hops On The Harbor

Does beer taste better on a yacht with gourmet food, music and scenic harbor views? Cruise with Flagship on Friday evenings to find out! Along with a selection of gourmet food stations, there will be rotating local brews and craft beer flights. This is an opportunity to go beer tasting with brewery experts! Plus (Continue reading)

Lunch in Spain at Cafe Sevilla

Lunch in Spain at Cafe Sevilla

Do you love traditional tapas and live entertainment? Cafe Sevilla is excited to introduce the new Sevilla "Bites" menu! Officially launching on February 1st, The Sevilla "Bites" menu specializes in small tapas bites with big flavor. You'll be able to choose from a selection of classic Spanish tapas and other (Continue reading)

Aall In Limo & Party Bus

Aall In Limo & Party Bus

The staff at Aall In Limo & Party Bus is highly familiar with all that San Diego County has to offer. Whether you are visiting from out of town or have lived in San Diego for years, Aall In Limo & Party Bus can help you plan the perfect day or night, based on your occasion and group size. The friendly (Continue reading)

Thing To Do #75 Roof Top Bars

Thing To Do #75 Roof Top Bars

  Put your head in the clouds and enjoy one of San Diego’s many roof top bars. Sip cocktails and nibble on tasty fare with an unbeatable view. A few of our favorites: The Altitude Bar situated atop the Gaslamp Marriott on Sixth Avenue offers a glittering skyline with unforgettable views of the ocean (Continue reading)

Cafe Sevilla Dinner Show

Cafe Sevilla Dinner Show

Don’t rush through dinner to make it to an evening show, combine the two and make a night of it. San Diego has a fantastic array of options for dinner and a show. From murder mysteries to concerts on the bay, and Flamenco dancing shows to wedding receptions, you can experience it all in San Diego. No need to (Continue reading)

Thing To Do #55 Historic Gaslamp Quarter

Thing To Do #55 Historic Gaslamp Quarter

Dating back to 1850, San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter has been the city’s main waterfront district. A long history of development has lead to the 16 ½ block neighborhood becoming the main hub for downtown San Diego. With shopping, dining, and entertainment, this city center has a wonderfully revived energy. Alfresco (Continue reading)