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What’s Trending in San Diego

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This past summer, Forbes and Sterling released a ranking of “America’s Coolest Cities”, with San Diego claiming the #6 spot. They were ranked based on such things as the city’s “foodie” culture, population growth and their art scene.

San Diego is undoubtedly a hip city, drawing in vacationers of all ages eager to check out the latest and greatest restaurants, museums, attractions and downtown San Diego hotels that make this city special. Here are some of San Diego’s current hotspots that are definitely worth adding to your vacation itinerary.

Starlite San Diego | 3175 India Street in Middletown, Mission Hills

When you walk into Starlite, you feel like you are walking onto a classy movie set or into a speakeasy with dark décor and romantic lighting. Their lounge area features an elegant bar, which is always staffed with friendly and knowledgeable bartenders. As far as food goes, they serve everything from a farm-fresh, mouth-watering brunch to late-night dinners. The Jidori Chicken with veggies and lemon cream sauce is delicious and their house specialty is a decadent pistachio-toffee ice cream sandwich.

Sidebar | 536 Market Street, Downtown Gaslamp Quarter

The glamorous art deco yet modern and sexy ambiance at this popular bar is created by mismatched furniture in worn leather, soft velvets, and silky blacks. Most unusual are the 30 deep red bird cages hanging from the ceiling, their notorious black brick walls, and artistic nude paintings. This 21+ venue is great for adults who are seeking a sexy place to mingle with local singles and young professionals. Don’t miss out on their Watermelon Cucumber Mojito, Shirley’s Dirty Orange and the Muddled Honeydew Melon Cocktail. A savory bar menu includes cheddar and smoked bacon stuffed hamburgers and a top sirloin Panini.

Art and Adult Libations

San Diego’s art scene has taken to appealing to the 21+ crowd with a multitude of museum gatherings. Whether you opt for a local art walk such as Ray at Night, which takes place every second Saturday in North Park, or you plan on heading to Culture and Cocktails at the San Diego Museum of Art on October 16, there are plenty of ways that San Diego is spicing up a typical museum outing.

If you want to be in the midst of the San Diego culture and art scene, be sure to stay at a hotel in Little Italy San Diego. The Pacific Inn is a great option due to our ideal location, affordability and available discounts. We’re within walking distance to some of the hottest new eateries, art galleries and boutiques. For more information or to reserve your stay, call (619) 232-6391 today.

 

Specific & Unique San Diego Date Ideas

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Planning a romantic trip to San Diego? Lucky for you, America’s Finest City is packed full of amazing, unique and fun places for traveling love birds. Of course, there are plenty of standard date night activities such as dinner, a movie, or coffee, but what about shaking it up and trying something new for a couples night out? The San Diego experts at the Pacific Inn hotel in Little Italy, one of the most popular destinations for couples, have put together this list to help you with the creative thinking process.

For Adventure Lovers
Did you know that adrenaline-packed activities can draw couples closer together? Thankfully, there’s no shortage of adventurous outdoor opportunities in San Diego. If you’re looking for something that will entertain and impress your date – whether you’d like something simple like a nature hike or something more daring like swimming with sharks – you will definitely be able to find it in this city. Here are some of our suggestions:

  • Surfing at any of San Diego’s beaches
  • Snorkeling with leopard sharks at La Jolla Cove
  • Hitting the hiking or biking trails in Mission Trails Regional Park
  • Hang-gliding at the Torrey Pines Gliderport
  • Kayaking through La Jolla’s seven caves

Indoor Activities
If your date would prefer something classy, sophisticated and intimate, perhaps one of San Diego’s more refined attractions would be a better fit. Look at the listed items below for an idea that will surely make your loved one glow with feelings of romance and affection.

  • Museum tours and a picnic at Balboa Park. Or, better yet, plan on attending Culture and Cocktails at the San Diego Museum of Art on October 16th. For more information, visit sdmart.org.
  • Plan an evening of wining, dining and dancing in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter.  With a top-rated bar and restaurant on every corner, you can choose to pre-plan your evening or you can play into your whims with spontaneous, spur-of-the-moment choices.
  • Create the ultimate romantic night in when you book a downtown San Diego hotel with an in-room whirlpool Jacuzzi tub. The San Diego Pacific Inn, located just blocks from the Gaslamp Quarter, has an affordable Jacuzzi Suite that is perfect for surprising your special someone.

With all of these options to consider for your next date night, you should have no problem coming up with a fun, creative way to enjoy your vacation date without resorting to the normal “dinner and a movie” routine. Spice it up during your vacation and don’t forget to book your comfortable San Diego hotel room at the Pacific Inn. Click here or call (619) 232-6391 to reserve your stay today!

 

San Diego Restaurant Week 2014: Top 2 Picks

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San Diego, CA is graced with restaurants devoted to mouthwatering food and culinary innovation. Just in time for San Diego’s Restaurant Week, which runs through September 26, here are three top picks deemed “must eats” when vacationing at a San Diego hotel near the Gaslamp Quarter . These establishments are even more worth the wait during San Diego Restaurant Week due to discounted multi-course menu options.  From old world Italian infused with a 21st century approach, classic American barbecue, and experimental cuisine, your palate will surely be satiated after a few bites at one of the following famous eateries.

Cucina Urbana | Lunch: $20-27 | Dinner: $30-44
Set in the Banker’s Hill area, this experimental Italian kitchen doubles as a wine shop. Cucina Urbana uses locally grown ingredients and produce and their chefs have a passion for organic, environmentally sustainable items. From their Cucina burger or Jidori chicken to gourmet pizzas and stuffed squash blossoms, Cucina Urbana has it all.

And don’t forget about dessert! Restaurant Week dinner guests can choose from a chocolate espresso budino, a cheese sampler or fig semifreddo!

Market Restaurant & Bar | Dinner: $40 + $25 for optional wine pairings

No list of top San Diego restaurants is complete without mentioning Market Restaurant + Bar. The restaurant, located in Del Mar, focuses on high class coastal cuisine, using local seafood, produce and meats. Everything from sushi to mesquite grilled chicken crosses their kitchen. The atmosphere is casual, but the staff is superior. An added bonus is that their special SDRW menu is being offered through October 5th due to high demand.

When you dine in for dinner during restaurant week, you won’t be disappointed by the vast array of options on their impressive menu. For appetizers guests can choose from such items as the Gingered Carrot Soup & Maine Lobster, Cirspy Skin Duck Leg Confit, or the Yellowtail Tartare. For the entrée, fill up on their roasted jidori chicken with sage-parmesan meatballs or try their spice-rubbed beef tenderloin with roasted chili-garlic whipped potatoes. Vegetarian? Fear not! They’re also serving a Farmer’s Market Vegetable Tasting with four different items.

When it comes time for treats, you’ll have the tough choice of choosing between their S’Mores Bar, Citrus Panna Cotta, or Garrotxa Spanish Goat’s Milk Cheese with cinnamon-raisin toast.

SDRW Hotels

Is your mouth watering yet? Because ours it! To take full advantage of the over 200 restaurant options during this fun-filled foodie event, be sure to book a room at a centrally located hotel such as the San Diego Pacific Inn located in Little Italy.

For information on our exclusive discounts and vacation packages, call (619) 232-6391 or click on the “Reservations” tab above.

Tips for Frugal Shoppers in San Diego

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Shopping in San Diego

Traveling to San Diego, California, is a great getaway from winter climates. Aside from its heavenly weather, San Diego is also a great place to do some bargain hunting while on vacation. While brand-name boutiques and designer labels certainly abound, so do many eclectic thrift shops, bargain brands and affordable retailers. With a little research, which the staff at the Downtown San Diego Pacific Inn has already done for you, you can save major moolah on your mini San Diego shopping spree. Here are our tips on where and how to save when splurging in San Diego.

Downtown San Diego is a bargain hunter’s dream. The downtown area’s Gaslamp District includes a wide variety of restaurants and bars, but there are also some local worthwhile shops where travelers can score some rare finds and great deals. Some of the best bargains in downtown San Diego might be found at:

  • Bubbles Boutique
  • Buffalo Exchange
  • Eden Boutique
  • MS Vintage Clothing Boutique

Another way to save is by using mobile apps or scouring the internet for online coupons and savings, of course by using the free Wi-Fi available in your Gaslamp Quarter hotel room. Frugal shoppers want to be sure to check for coupons or special discounts and sales available through these local publications and websites:

  • San Diego Reader
  • San Diego Magazine
  • Local Deals (San Diego)
  • San Diego City Beat
  • Groupon San Diego
  • Living Social San Diego

Budget travelers could also gain some knowledge from the locals working at their San Diego hotel. The front desk staff at the Pacific Inn hotel is more than happy to direct guests to the best places for deals on clothing, or other items of interest like vintage jewelry and art. Let Pacific Inn Hotel in Little Italy save you money during your vacation so that you have more for shopping! Call us today at (619) 232-6391 and be sure to ask about our available discounts!

What’s New at the San Diego Zoo

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San Diego Zoo news & attractions

The San Diego Zoo hosts over four million visitors each year. As one of the most well-known zoos in the world, the San Diego Zoo must keep pace with new research, practices and cultural interests. The zoo’s dedication to proving the best experiences possible for both the visitors and the animal residents results in regular improvements and additions throughout the park. Below is a glimpse of what’s new for The San Diego Zoo.

Early Morning with Pandas
This special, paid tour allows guests to enjoy a “two-hour adventure” through the zoo before the park opens for the day. The shuttle cart tour through the zoo includes visits with some of the resident animals, educational discussions and a stop at the giant panda viewing area to watch Xiao Liwu, Bai Yun and Gao Gao have breakfast. The tour runs from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM and costs $80. Because of the early call time, we recommend you stay at a San Diego hotel close to the Zoo for ease of access in the morning.

Tiger Trail
The San Diego Zoo Safari Park recently opened a new 5.2 acre habitat for their six Sumatran tigers. The new habitat features three open yards, climbing rocks, swimming ponds, trees for scratching and long grasses for catnip. Thanks to the new exhibit, visitors can enjoy close-up views with nothing more than a sheet of glass separating them from the tigers.

Zoo Babies
2014 has brought a plethora of new babies to the San Diego Zoo. This year, the zoo has celebrated the births of a gorilla, an okapi, an elephant, a black rhino, a giraffe and rare visayan warty pigs, to name a few. Visitors of the zoo are always excited to catch a peek of these young ones at play.

Koalafornia
Opened in 2013, the new Australian Outback area nicknamed “Koalafornia”, doubled the habitat space for the park’s koalas. The space includes more outdoor enclosures and other Australian wildlife such as wombats, wallabies and kookaburras.

There’s never a bad time to plan a visit to the San Diego Zoo! If you’re still looking for a nearby hotel, consider the San Diego Pacific Inn. We are currently selling discounted Zoo admission passes from our front desk. And if you purchase your admission through us, you’ll also receive an additional 15% off on your hotel stay! Click on the “reservations” tab above to take advantage of this money-saving offer today.

Greater San Diego’s Unique Wineries

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There’s no need to venture all the way to Temecula in order to taste some of California’s finest wines. San Diego County is home to several award-winning wineries, many most likely within a few minutes driving distance from your affordable San Diego hotel. The warm Mediterranean climate is perfect for growing grapes and with both large wineries and small family-owned establishments, there is plenty to see and taste. Some are set along the stunning coast while others are hidden within the rolling hills of the north. Even more are tucked into the mountains of the east, and one little gem has made its debut in downtown’s Little Italy. Here are some of our favorites that we’ve deemed well worth the short drive.

Carruth Cellars- Winery on Cedros
Carruth Cellars operates the Winery on the Cedros, an urban winery and tasting room located just blocks from the ocean in Solana Beach. This coastal winery acquires its grapes from various vineyards in Northern California and then completes the wine making process at their beach location. An added bonus is that this fun and event-filled winery is located just 20 miles north of downtown San Diego.

Bernardo Winery
Bernardo Winery is the oldest winery in San Diego. Founded in 1889 on what was originally a Spanish Land Grant, the Bernardo Winery has stood the test of time, even surviving the difficult years of Prohibition. Today, the winery still operates out of the original buildings which are now over 125 years old. The old world, rustic ambiance and the little-village shops, art galleries and restaurant truly allow wine lovers to step back into time and fully enjoy their wine tasting and shopping experience. Located in Rancho Bernardo, an entire day can be spent touring the winery, sampling different varietals in the tasting room, and perusing the village. Take part in the Annual Bernardo Winery Grapestomp which occurs every mid-September and includes a traditional Italian buffet, live music, and of course, grape stomping. Or stop by on a Sunday afternoon to enjoy a glass of wine and live musical entertainment on the Tasting Room Patio.

Hacienda de las Rosas Winery
Hacienda de las Rosas Winery makes its home in the town of Ramona, just 45 miles northeast of downtown San Diego. Ramona is nicknamed “The Valley of the Sun” as it is nestled in both the Santa Maria and San Vicente Valleys at the base of the foothills to the Laguna Mountains. Hacienda de las Rosas blends two of Spain’s finest passions together: Spanish wine and horses. Doubling as both a winery and a Peruvian Paso Horse Ranch makes a visit to this vineyard truly unique. The atmosphere of the mission-style winery perfectly complements the fine Spanish reds that Hacienda specializes in. A tour of the winery includes picturesque views of the beautiful Ramona scenery as well as views of the majestic Peruvian Paso show horses. The wines are all named after one of the horses and can be sampled in the tasting room.

Menghini Winery
Menghini Winery makes its home in the foothills of Volcan Mountain near the historic town of Julian, which sits about 65 miles northeast of downtown San Diego. Unlike many other areas of Southern California, the location of the Menghini Winery in the Cuyamaca Mountains provides a climate that includes four diverse seasons. Enjoying a glass of wine amidst the changing colors of autumn or sampling wines in the tasting room while watching snow flurries hit the windowpanes can make a visit truly unique when compared to other area wineries. Take a little extra time and venture past the numerous apple orchards into the nearby town of Julian. With roots that date back to the 1870s gold rush, this little town embraces its history and exudes unending charm, from storefronts housed in original buildings to the boasting of their famous apple pie.

San Diego Cellars
San Diego’s Little Italy district is one of downtown’s most thriving neighborhoods. Filled to the brim with Italian restaurants, quaint sidewalk cafés, art galleries, boutiques and plenty of pubs to keep the nightlife hopping, it carries an ambiance unlike any other area of the city. San Diego Cellars has now moved into the neighborhood as the city’s first urban winery. Offering wine tastings, a dining menu, indoor and patio seating, live entertainment, and even beer, SD Cellars is ready to make their footprint in San Diego. With a nod to the local brewery methods, they offer wine on tap, which is way to allow for wines to be featured in a rotation so as to keep things changing and enabling newer wines to be introduced more frequently. Wine lovers will enjoy their refillable one-liter bottles called the “CRUzers.” Grapes are sourced from several California vineyards, including many in the San Diego area.

All vacationing “winos” should take time to taste the county’s top varietals during their travels. Each of these wineries is unique in its own right, offering decadents wines, a fun atmosphere and a great day trip option when staying in one of San Diego’s Little Italy hotels such as Pacific Inn & Suites. If you’re still looking to book a room for your upcoming trip, contact Pacific Inn at 1-800-571-2933!

 

Guide to Downtown San Diego Parks

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San Diego is known for its exemplary zoo, beautiful beaches, and mild climate, but it also has some very good parks located amid the hustle and bustle of downtown’s concrete jungle. If you haven’t visited one of these parks, Pacific Inn & Suites – a popular downtown San Diego hotel, recommends you add it to your bucket list, whether you live in San Diego or are just visiting.

Pantoja Park
Built in 1850, this is officially the city’s oldest park. Nestled in the southwest part of downtown San Diego, this 1-acre park emits the feeling of a Latin American Plaza complete with a statue of Benito Juarez in the middle of the park. It’s especially nice for dog lovers and for those who appreciate a little bit of solitude in a bustling city. The green trees and grass is a welcome site amidst all the concrete.

Petco Park
Home of the San Diego Padres, this new ballpark recently opened its gates in 2004.  Grab a lawn seat and enjoy an MLB game from a blanket under the blue San Diego sky or take a stroll through the park and have a picnic, or play a little ball on their miniature field that is open to the public. This ballpark has been upgrading and adding acclaimed establishments like Stone and Phil’s BBQ to please baseball fans on game day.

Balboa Park
This is where you’ll find the magnificent San Diego Zoo, the Botanical Building and the California Bell Tower. This urban cultural park has been rated as one of the top ten parks in the United States for good reason. Inside Balboa Park there are over 15 museums and theaters, plus the Pepper Grove Children’s Playground. There are also over 16 unique gardens, including the famous Japanese Friendship Garden.

While the Gaslamp Quarter city life can be thrilling, it’s also nice to step away from the crowded streets to stop and smell the roses at one of these beautiful and unique parks. All of these locations have plenty of places for picnics, play and physical activity like running or walking if you so desire. To have easy access to these downtown parks, be sure to book a convenient and affordable hotel room at the San Diego Pacific Inn located near the Gaslamp Quarter. Call (619) 232-6391 to inquire about rates, reservations and exclusive discounts.

 

San Diego Balboa Park Events: August 2014

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San Diego’s beautiful Balboa Park is the nation’s largest urban cultural park and home to the world famous Zoo, 15 museums, several distinguished performing arts venues, the Prado restaurant, and an assortment of stunning gardens. The 1,200-acre Park boasts an extensive calendar of events including museum exhibitions, live musical performances, free films, and festivals. A few of the exciting events coming up in August are listed below.

Twilight in the Park- Summer Concerts

Concerts take place at the outdoor Spreckles Organ Pavilion every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday during the summer from 6:15-7:15 p.m. Some of the upcoming concerts are:

8/5- San Diego Concert Band
8/12- Working Cowboy
8/19- Real Jazz Big Band
8/28- The Legends

Films in the Garden at the San Diego Museum of Art

Watch a free film at The May S. Marcy Sculpture Garden every other Monday beginning at 8 p.m. during the summer. Refreshments are available for purchase at the restaurant in the Sculpture Court. The upcoming film screenings include:

8/11- Roman Holiday
8/25- Until the End of the World

Summer International Organ Festival

Enjoy a free concert by talented organists every Monday throughout the summer. Concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Spreckles Organ Pavilion. Upcoming performances for August are:

8/4- Stewart Wayne Foster
8/11- Kimberly Marshall
8/18- Donald McKenzie
8/25- Carol Williams with special guests, the Moonlight Serenade Orchestra

Nighttime Zoo- Koalafornia Dreamin’

Bring the kids for an evening of fun at the San Diego Zoo’s “Koalafornia Dreamin’” event running every night until 9 p.m. during the summer. Activities include “Aussie Tales by the Sea”, “Boardwalk Brass”, and “Double Dragon Chinese Acrobats.” For more information on the San Diego Zoo and nearby family-friendly accommodations, click here.

Summer Shakespeare Festival 2014

Delight in one of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies, “The Two Gentlemen of Verona” at the Old Globe Theater. Performances run from August 10 through September 14.

Balboa Park offers free parking at several lots throughout the park, including the Inspiration Point parking lot. Inspiration Point also offers access to the free tram which runs daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Parking within Balboa Park is very limited which is why we recommend staying at a nearby Downtown San Diego hotel and either walking, biking or utilizing affordable public transportation to get to Balboa Park.

If you book your vacation stay at the San Diego Pacific Inn & Suites near the Gaslamp Quarter you will only be 1.2 miles away from Balboa Park. For easy access to the park from our hotel, take bus #7, the trolley’s blue line towards San Ysidro, or enjoy a leisurely walk or bicycle ride. Additionally, if our hotel guests purchase discounted San Diego Zoo or SeaWorld admission from us, we’ll give you 15% off on your hotel stay!

For more information, or to take advantage of special limited time offers, call Pacific Inn today at (619) 232-6391.

Star Trek Summer Pops Concert by the San Diego Bay

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For almost half a century, Gene Roddenberry’s epic film Star Trek has thrilled audiences of both television and film. In 2009, the Star Trek franchise was rebooted with the JJ Abrams movie and audiences were immediately blown away by the stellar soundtrack that went with the movie. Trekkies now have the opportunity to have their musical movie experience magnified thanks to the upcoming San Diego Symphony Summer Pops presentation, featuring a screening of Stark Trek accompanied by a live orchestra performing the film’s soundtrack.

This event, which will take place on Saturday, January 26 at 8 p.m. at the Embarcadero Marina Park South, will feature a wide screen showing of the 2009 Star Trek movie accompanied by the San Diego Symphony performing the exciting movie soundtrack live! Guests will also be treated to a special appearance by musical composer Michael Giacchino and actor John Cho, who played the role of Sulu.

Guests are invited to come dressed as their favorite Star Trek character and prizes will be given for the best costumes. The more interesting the costume design, the better. Those interested in competing in this contest are encouraged to sign up at the grandstand tent when they arrive. The competition is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.

So, for all of those science-fiction fan boys and girls who were not able to get tickets to the already sold out Comic-Con, the Star Trek 2009 movie presentation provides a way for them to get in touch with their inner geek, while at the same time enjoying live world-class music.

The San Diego Symphony’s Annual Summer Pops Concert Series takes place outdoors next to the San Diego Convention Center along the bay. Seating options range from general admission lawn seating to fold-up chairs in the “Grandstand Seating” section or cabaret tables for small groups. This enjoyable concert series runs from July through Labor Day every year. Doors open at 6 p.m. with music beginning at 7:30 p.m. and guests can enjoy access to available food and drink vendors.

For added convenient, book your vacation stay at one of the hotels near the San Diego Convention Center, such as the Pacific Inn & Suites. Guests staying at the downtown San Diego Pacific Inn only need to walk 1.6 miles along the beautiful San Diego Bay before reaching the Summer Pops stage at the Embarcadero Marina Park South.

The Downtown San Diego Pacific Inn is a top budget lodging option offering proximity to Little Italy, the bay, Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego Zoo and much more! For information on our current specials and availability, call 1-800-571-2933!

One Day Itinerary for the San Diego Zoo

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If you’re headed to San Diego for a summer vacation then be sure to experience the amazing sights at the World Famous San Diego Zoo. The popular park, located in the beautiful Balboa Park near Downtown San Diego, is a must-see when traveling to America’s Finest City. The zoo houses over 3,700 animals of over 650 different species so you will surely have plenty to see during a day-long outing.

If you only have a select amount of time to spend at the zoo, it’s important to plan your day wisely. We’ve provided some tips on how to make efficient use of whatever time you have to ensure that you and your family are able to see the best that this wildlife wonderland has to offer.

Zoo FAQs & Savings

 The zoo is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily during the summer months. The regular rate for a one day zoo pass is $46 for adults and $36 for children, ages 3 to 11. However, there are a variety of ways that budget-conscious travelers can save on admission.

  • AAA offers a ten percent discount on the tickets and sometimes discounts on food or merchandise.
  • October is FREE admission month for children ages 3 to 11
  • Costco offers Go Select Pass San Diego, covering many different attractions including the San Diego Zoo.
  • The price for 4-day tickets range from $162.99 for children to $189.99 for an adult
  • You can also save by staying at Pacific Inn, one of the area’s trusted hotels near the San Diego Zoo. Buy your discounted Zoo admission through Pacific Inn and you’ll also receive 15% off on your hotel stay!

Best Walking Route
The walking route through the zoo is via Park Way. This path stretches through the entire park, taking you alongside the biggest attractions such as: Outback, Africa Rocks, Urban Jungle, Elephant Odyssey, Panda Canyon, Asian Frontier and Northern Frontier. Be sure to pick up a map upon arrival so that you can arrange for any desired detours.

Restaurants
The most child-friendly place to eat at is Sydney’s Grill located near the Australian Outback. They have delicious sandwiches, wraps, salads and kids meals. You can even watch the koalas, giraffes and rhinos while dining in a shaded area.

Dining on your own
If you’re looking to save money, you can bring your own food and utilize one of the park’s shaded picnic areas located right outside the entrance. While you may bring food items into the park, coolers and other large storage containers are not permitted.

 

With a little planning and a few hours of time to spend walking through the “wild”, you could fully experience everything that the San Diego Zoo has to offer.

If you’re interested in booking an affordable family-friendly room at the San Diego Pacific Inn, call 1-800-571-2933 or click on the “Reservations” tab above.

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