• Taste of SD

  • Great Outdoors

  • Art Scene

  • Social Calendar

  • Day Tripping

  • Places We Go

Life in San Diego just tastes better.

Foodies and beer snobs rejoice.

With hundreds of world renowned restaurants, craft breweries and wineries at our disposal, it’s pretty hard not to venture outside of your cuisine comfort zone. Local celebrity chefs, like Brian Malarkey and Richard Blais have made their mark in San Diego by flooding it with trendy, farm to table restaurants beckoning the ever-growing foodie scene.

Best restaurants in San Diego right now. 

Sunday Funday is a thing.

We take our brunches seriously. There’s no Bloody Mary piled too high or eggs benny too obscure. And let’s be real, years have passed since your college beer pong days. Maybe you should drink like it. There’s over 150 breweries in San Diego alone. That’s a lot of beer. Time to get started!

San Diego’s best brunch spots.

We just like to have a good time, all the time.

If there’s one thing San Diego has, it’s options. From ultra-casual dive bars at the beach to more eclectic feels in downtown and North Park, we’ve got a little something to feed the inner hipster, sports fan, dancer and beach bum in everyone. Whatever you’re into, you’ll be sure to find it here in San Diego.

Where to drink in San Diego right now.

The beer scene is hoppin' here.

And we can't get enough.

Consistently recognized as the Craft Beer Capital of America, it’s no secret that San Diego is good at brewing craft beer. The local brewing scene exploded over the past two decades, with household names like Stone Brewing, Karl Strauss and Ballast Point. And with newcomers like Rough Draft Brewing and Modern Times popping up almost daily, San Diego provides a diverse array of beer styles, flavors and vibes across the county. San Diego is home to more than 150 brewhouses, making it one of the most concentrated regions for craft brewing in the country. Be careful though – once you go craft, you never go back. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

San Diego’s Brewers Guild Map

 

Adventure is out here.

San Diego and outdoor activities are basically one and the same. When this is your backyard it’s nearly impossible to pass up opportunities to soak it all in and explore. With more than 70 miles of coastline, 30 beaches, 150 hiking and biking trails and dozens of surf spots to shred, San Diego’s natural amenities provide fun (and free!) things to do all the time.

From shoreline to skyline, explore a few of our favorite outdoor recreation activities below:

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We're eclectic.

And that's how we like it.

San Diego has produced and sent more shows to Broadway than any other U.S. city. We also have music venues of all shapes and sizes, accommodating a range of big name artists from Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, to The Rolling Stones and Metallica. Some of them can even be seen by boat with Concerts on the Bay or in sync with your favorite movies at the San Diego Symphony. Harry Potter, anyone? Even the muggles think it’s Life. Changing.

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Build your social network.

Beyond the interwebs.

There’s plenty of face-to-face networking for every kind of social interest. From intramural sports leagues to cultural meet-ups, there’s something for everyone.

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We're close to other cool stuff, too.

Start your day snowboarding. End it surfing.

Though you’ll never run out of things to explore here, San Diego’s proximity to several prime attractions makes day tripping as easy as can be. But y’all come back now…

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Be prepared to have a lot of visitors.

And we mean A LOT.

Once you live in San Diego, long lost friends and family tend to come out of the woodwork, wanting to visit you and the paradise you now call home. Don’t worry, we’ve got all the top attractions to keep them busy.