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Family Theme Park Survival Guide

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If you are planning your San Diego family vacation and have 1 or 2 local theme parks on your itinerary, it’s important to plan ahead, especially when you have young kids in tow. Certainly you are hoping your day will be relaxing and free of stress; however, a theme park trip can quickly escalate into a whirlwind of temper tantrums, crankiness and excess spending if you’re not equipped with these essential Theme Park Survival Tips, provided by the staff at the San Diego Pacific Inn & Suites.

Top San Diego attractions such as SeaWorld, LEGOLAND California and the San Diego Zoo attract tourists in droves. That is why it’s so important to pre-plan your trip to these major parks to get the most out of what is supposed to be a fun-filled day.

Parking

The parking lots at theme parks can be some of the most sinister places on the planet. They are expensive, huge, and a terror to navigate with a mini-van full of excited children. Before you go to your theme park, research the layout of the park and know exactly which parking lot will be your best location. If possible, purchase your parking pass ahead of time.

Public Transportation

You could also consider getting a hotel near your desired attraction and using public transportation to avoid all parking lot-related obstacles. For example, if the zoo is on your vacation to-do list, you could reserve a room at one of the hotels near San Diego Zoo, such as the Pacific Inn which is located less than 4 miles away. From Pacific Inn, you can easily take the Blue line bus route #215 from the Santa Fe Depot Transit Center towards SDSU, departing at Park Blvd and Zoo Pl.

Outline Your Day

Before entering the park, ask each child what their number one activity is. Looking at a park map, plan out the best route to make sure that every family member feels like a part of the vacation planning process. This way, no one will leave the park disappointed.

Pack the Essentials

There are some things you must bring to a theme park if you want to avoid paying exorbitant park prices. These items include water, aspirin, sunscreen, sunglasses, diaper items, and snacks. Pack a backpack the day before your theme park trip and leave it next to your downtown San Diego hotel door to ensure you don’t forget it.

These simple tips should help you avoid some common theme park pitfalls during your family vacation in San Diego. The staff at Pacific Inn truly hopes you have a wonderful, fun and affordable vacation. If you’re still looking for local accommodations, don’t hesitate to contact us at (619) 232-6391 if you’re interested in seeing how much money we could help you save during your stay in San Diego.

 

The Essential Apps For Your San Diego Vacation

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Top San Diego Travel Apps

If you’re planning a trip to sunny San Diego and are looking for a little guidance, it may be as easy as making sure to pack your smartphone or tablet. With twenty-first century technology, it’s easier than ever to “do as the locals do.” America’s Finest City is renowned for more than just its beautiful beaches and world-class zoo. Lucky for you, there are a slew of apps that can help you decide how to spend your vacation days, from planning your itinerary to picking an top restaurants near your hotel in Downtown San Diego.

First things first, you want to think about your transportation options. San Diego has a fairly comprehensive trolley system, as well as integrated bus lines throughout the city. Plan your trip with the Metropolitan Transit System’s free MTS GO! app, which will allow you to track arrival times for your bus or trolley line. If you prefer, you can join Zipcar and download their mobile app, for on-the-go, short-term car rentals. There’s also the option of letting someone else chauffeur you. San Diego is now home to both Lyft and Uber drivers, who are available 24/7 to get you to your destination. Both ride-share systems run on easy-to-use apps that handle the entire process from ordering a ride to paying the driver.

For the beer enthusiasts among you, a tour of San Diego’s lauded craft beer scene is a must. Apps like TapHunter (free) and San Diego Beer Guide (99 cents) will track the availability of your favorite local brews and suggest new options you may not be familiar with. If you’re on a budget, make sure to download the free Happy Houred app- perfect for pinpointing the best beer deals in town!

If live music is more your speed, you should check out the popular Bandsintown app, which was created by innovative San Diegans to show fans which artists are playing nearby. Simply input your location and select a musical style. With a variety of venues, San Diego is the perfect place to catch an amazing show.

As far as dining goes, you can’t go wrong with the available, and free, apps from Yelp or Urbanspoon. Apps like these allow you to base your dining choices on quality and price as well as location. No matter your price range, San Diego abounds with delicious international cuisine. Search for the best fish taco in town on either app, and you won’t be disappointed. San Diego is also known for its many diverse and high end food trucks. Download SD Food Truck Map for a daily listing of each truck’s whereabouts. Incidentally, you’ll often find them parked at one of the city’s many breweries during happy hour.

With these apps in hand, your San Diego vacation is well on its way to being unique and memorable. Not only are you able to get a lot of insider tips from locals by using these apps and reading reviews, but you’ll also be able to score some of the city’s best deals! For a surefire way to save, don’t pass over the multitude of discounts available at the San Diego Pacific Inn. Not only is our hotel right in the mix of things – located in the heart of Little Italy just minutes from the Gaslamp Quarter and the San Diego Airport – but we also special discounts from 8 to 15% off! Call (619) 232-6391 for more information and to reserve your room today!

 

San Diego, California: Your Mini-Guide to a Stress-Free Vacation

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Stress Free in SD

Perhaps you’re thinking of visiting sunny San Diego, California, in the near future. Without a doubt, this city is a great destination for all types of travelers. Balboa Park and LEGOLAND offer endless family fun, Pacific Beach offers endless nightlife options, and over 70 miles of coastline offer perfect places for relaxing. No matter what your goal is, I think we can all agree that vacations are intended to shed stress, not take on more of it. Here are some suggestions from a popular downtown hotel in San Diego on how to avoid common vacation debacles, hopefully saving you from a headache or two.

Getting Lost in San Diego County

For visitors, the city of San Diego often seems like a maze. That’s nothing compared to the county, which encompasses over 25 cities. Cities are connected by a handful of freeways that see tens of thousands of motorists each day. Therefore, navigating throughout San Diego County often proves difficult for tourists. Know your route ahead of time and avoid rush hour traffic from 3 PM to 5 PM on major freeways.

Stay Safe from the Sun

Fortunately, visitors rarely deal with rain in San Diego. The sun shines bright throughout most of the year, even in fall and winter months. However, summer temperatures and periods of abnormal heat might cause the mercury to rise to 90 degrees or more. Visitors should wear plenty of sunscreen, drink more water, and always wear sunglasses to shield eyes from dangerous UV rays.

Hit the Main Tourist Spots

Tourists often avoid doing the “touristy” activities in a given city. Don’t make this mistake in San Diego. Families can visit key attractions including the San Diego Zoo and SeaWorld while sports fans can catch a home game at Petco Park or Qualcomm Stadium, rooting for the Padres and Chargers respectively.

Less Stress, More Rest

Careful planning ensures that your visit to San Diego runs smoothly. Visitors should book discount airfare and an affordable hotel near the San Diego airport well in advance to get the best rates. From there, vacationers can rely on a rental vehicle or public transportation to get around. The Pacific Inn in Little Italy is a great spot for a stress-free San Diego getaway. We offer a Best Rate Guarantee, free in-room Wi-Fi, pillow top beds, and we’re located within 6 miles of San Diego’s biggest attractions.

For more information or to book your room over the phone, call the San Diego Pacific Inn today at (619) 232-6391.

 

Understanding TSA PreCheck at the San Diego Airport

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New TSA PreCheck at SAN

Anyone who is flying through the San Diego international Airport, should be aware that there is a new service offered called the TSA PreCheck. This service allows travelers to proceed through airport security without the usual hassles that the average traveler faces. For instance, those who participate in TSA PreCheck won’t have to remove their laptop, liquids, belt, coat or shoes in order to make it to their gate.

Why Consider TSA PreCheck?

If you’re looking for expedited travel during an upcoming trip to San Diego, doing things like booking a hotel near the San Diego airport, arranging for transportation ahead of time, and looking into city-specific programs like PreCheck can all make your arrival and departure into America’s Finest City go as smoothly as possible.

How Do I Sign Up?

Some frequent fliers will have access to the TSA PreCheck for free if their airlines cover the cost of the service in return for their business. United and Delta frequent fliers have reported free access to TSA PreCheck. American Express Platinum Card holders receive a $100 credit towards TSA PreCheck so the service comes at essentially no cost for them as well.

For those who don’t qualify for free access, the PreCheck will cost $100. Those interested must sign up with Global Entry, the U.S. Customs’ partner program. Once thoroughly vetted and screened, you will receive a card which you can show to your airport carrier to receive the PreCheck screening badge on your boarding pass.

TSA also offers the service for $85 but international travelers will want to pay the extra $15 to avoid the enormous lines that they commonly encounter when re-entering the United States. They’ll also have access to convenient automated kiosks as well.

Only 60 other airports in the United States offer the TSA PreCheck service so anyone flying through San Diego should take advantage of this unique opportunity to save hours of unnecessary time waiting in line at airport security during busy holiday travel months.

Take the first step towards convenient and efficient travels by making a reservation at the San Diego Pacific Inn. Not only are we located a mere 2 miles from the airport, but we’re also currently offering an advance booking discount. Call (619) 232-6391 for more information or to book your room over the phone today.

8 Cost Cutting Vacation Tips

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San Diego money saving vacation tips
Taking a vacation with the family can break the bank without careful planning and knowledge of the area. The San Diego Pacific Inn wants to help make your upcoming San Diego vacation as affordable as possible, which is why we put together these 8 easy  cost cutting tips to make sure  your trip is stress-free.

1. Eat at your hotel.
Buying meals throughout each day for multiple people can quickly add up. One way to save a lot of money is by booking a hotel near Little Italy that offers a free in-room refrigerator, microwave, and coffee/tea maker and close proximity to stores and farmer’s markets. You can easily purchase healthy microwavable foods or simply re-heat the previous day’s leftovers for a quick, easy and free meal.

2. Take advantage of lunch specials.
Restaurants offer special discounts to the lunch crowd with the potential to cut the price of each meal down significantly. Only dine where there are advertised specials and look for “Kids Eat Free” deals when dining with children. A comprehensive list of restaurants offering free food for kids can be found at sandiegofamily.com.

3. Book a hotel near the sites you want to see.
San Diego has beautiful weather that makes walking and biking to local attractions a great option. Once your itinerary is planned, find a hotel that allows the option to take a taxi, trolley, or walk.

4. Only rent a car when necessary.
Plan activities that require travel by vehicle all in the same day when possible. The other methods of transportation are cheaper, and less stressful than dealing with traffic.

5. Buy multi-attraction passes.
Paying to get into LEGOLAND, SeaWorld, Disneyland, and other popular attractions individually can be a nightmare on your wallet. Research the best passes to get you into the attractions your family wants to visit for one price. The GO San Diego Card tends to offer the best bang for your buck with discounts to 46 local attractions. Go to smartdestinations.com to purchase your pass.

6. Visit places with free admission.
Why pay to get into attractions each day when there are plenty of things to do in San Diego for free? Old Town, the beaches, and La Jolla are exciting places to spend the day enjoying the sights and sun. A lot of local museums also offer free admission days.

7. Stay away from peak seasons.
Discounts abound in San Diego in order to keep tourism alive when the summer travel season is over. Hotel rooms and most attractions are less expensive when visiting the city at the beginning and end of each year, excluding the major holidays.

8. Break out the coupons
If complimentary meals for the kids, discounts on admission, and free rental equipment sound appealing to you, check out the visitors bureau online to print coupons. The deals change from time to time, but this is one of the best resources for coupons and current promotions. You can also download the Groupon and LivingSocial apps on your smartphone to search for local deals on the go.

If you’re trying to plan a thrifty vacation, start by booking a room at the Pacific Inn- an affordable hotel near the San Diego Zoo. Interested in how Pacific Inn can help you save money? We offer competitive room rates, we’re located within minutes of San Diego’s major attractions, we have a variety of specials listed under our Discount Pricing tab, and guests can purchase discount Zoo and Sea World admission from us while also receiving 15% off on their hotel stay. Sound good? Call (619) 232-6391 to see exactly how much money we can save you and to book your room today!

 

San Diego International Airport Lounges

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Within the newly remodeled San Diego International Airport are four unique lounges that offer travelers a much appreciated place to relax away from crowded waiting areas. Airport patrons have several choices, including a large center available exclusively to military personnel and their families. Here’s a rundown on the available lounges as provided by Pacific Inn, a trusted hotel near San Diego Airport:

1. Airspace Lounge & American Airlines Admirals Club

The Airspace Lounge located near gate 22 is currently undergoing renovations but is still available to all travelers using Terminal 2. This lounge is truly the cream of the crop, featuring PowerPoint stations, plush seating, natural light, and free food, beverages and Wi-Fi. Complimentary access is granted to Admirals Club and US Airways Club members (including Citi Executive® / AAdvantage® World EliteTM MasterCard® card members) and non-members can get in by purchasing a day pass for $25. Phase 2 of the remodel, which will soon be underway, is set to include an impressive full bar and food menu.

2. United Club

Also in Terminal 2 is the United Club lounge located on the mezzanine level between Gates 47 and 48. Club members get in for free while non-members must be willing to pay a small $50 fee. Visitors enjoy spacious seating, plenty of plug-in locations, free Wi-Fi and complementary snacks and beverages. Conference room access is offered as well. The lounge is open daily from 5:15 a.m. to 10 p.m.

3. Delta Sky Club

The Delta Sky Club is near the United Club on the mezzanine level above Sunset Cove. This lounge is open from 5:15 a.m. to 11 p.m. Delta offers a variety of membership levels, making this a great option for travelers who might not want to commit to a membership. You can purchase anywhere from 1 to 200 day passes as opposed to opting for a membership with the particular airline. Come by Delta’s lounge for complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, snacks and Wi-Fi, or to enjoy their comfortable second-story deck overlooking the airport’s food court.

4. USO Neil Ash Airport Center

The largest place to get away from the crowds is the USO Neil Ash Airport Center, a 10,000-square-foot facility available to service members and their families. The center, open from 6 a.m. to midnight, offers amenities including:

  • A play room for kids
  • A break room
  • Showers
  • Free cafe drinks and snacks
  • An outdoor courtyard with BBQs
  • A lounge
  • A game room
  • A conference room

All of these airport lounges are great for both business and leisure travelers who are looking to indulge in a little peace and quiet, pampering, complimentary services and top-notch service.

If you want to keep receiving high-quality amenities and guest services for free, book your downtown San Diego hotel room at Pacific Inn. Our hotel is located just a few miles from the San Diego Airport and the Gaslamp Quarter. We also offer free parking, free breakfast and free Wi-Fi to all of our guests! For more information on our current savings opportunities, call (619) 232-6391 today!

 

Stay Classy Bike Rentals in San Diego

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There’s perhaps no greater way to explore a new city than on a bike. H.G. Wells once said, “Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the future of the human race.”

Whether you’re an avid cyclist or someone who simply craves an unobstructed view of San Diego, you’ll find that Stay Classy Bike Rentals makes it quick and easy for you to hop on a bike and go.

Stay Classy Bike Rentals goes the extra mile by delivering your bike of choice straight to your hotel free of charge. If you’re concerned about adjusting your bike to fit your height, you can request a free bike adjustment beforehand. Choose from four impressive models which include performance class road bikes, comfort class hybrid bikes, and commuter class bikes. You can book your reservation online or over the phone. If you’re not sure which bike is right for you, Stay Classy’s knowledgeable staff will be more than happy to give you some helpful suggestions. Your bike will be delivered to you within thirty minutes of requesting it, and once you’re done with it for the day, it’ll be picked up free of charge. Gone are the days of hunting for the nearest bike rental shop.

You’ll find that every Stay Classy Bike Rental comes with a helmet, hand pump, lock, tire lever, patch kit, and your choice of flat or strap pedals at no additional cost. You can also choose from a wide selection of accessories which includes everything from a cyclometer to a GPS to pre-paid roadside assistance. Worried you might get hungry for a snack on the way back from your ride? Don’t forget to purchase a number of Clif Bar products to be delivered along with your bicycle.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the many sights you want to see or aren’t comfortable navigating the new streets alone, consider taking advantage of Stay Classy Bike Rental’s Bike Concierge Service which pairs you with a professional guide and biking partner. Choose your skill level and length of trip, and your guide will create a customized tour of the city especially for you.

Regardless of what you choose, you’ll quickly discover why San Diego is often referred to as a cyclist’s paradise. One of the best rides is along the San Diego Bay, through Little Italy and Seaport Village. That’s why we recommend looking for hotels near Little Italy, which serve as a great starting point for a scenic and safe bike ride.

Pacific Inn & Suites is an affordable downtown San Diego hotel located less than a mile from some of San Diego’s most beloved attractions. For more information on our location, discounted room rates, and complimentary amenities, call 1-800-571-2933.

Money Saving Ideas for a Memorable Memorial Day in San Diego

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Cheap San Diego hotels for Memorial Day

San Diego in the summer is a top tourist destination and the summer traveling all kicks off on Memorial Day weekend. Hotel pools open their doors, beaches start flooding with out of towners and downtown businesses start hiking up prices. A summer vacation in San Diego can get expensive if you don’t plan ahead, but lucky for you, we have some fun family-friendly ideas on how you can spend your Memorial Day weekend without dropping much more than a few bucks.

Just one look at the runners, roller bladers and bicyclist on the Mission Beach Boardwalk and it’s clean that San Diego promotes a healthy and active lifestyle. Cheap outdoor activities are bountiful in this city, and offer a healthy and affordable alternative to visiting local theme parks. Enjoy renting bikes and riding to one of the local beaches where you can spend the day sunbathing or building sand castles. Those staying at a budget hotel in Downtown San Diegonear the bay can try their hand at kayaking or stand-up paddle boarding (SUP).

Balboa Park is a great 1,200-acre park and has plenty to keep you occupied for the day, especially if you’re staying at a family friendly affordable hotel near the San Diego Zoo. The world famous zoo is located in the park and if you have reservations at the nearby Pacific Inn, you can get 15% off on admission tickets! Some of your free park options include playing at one of many parks, taking a walk through their gardens, setting up a picnic or, if you’re active duty military, you and your dependents can enjoy free museum admission on Tuesdays. In the afternoons during warm summer months free organ concerts are available at the Spreckels Organ Pavillion.

Memorial Day weekend in San Diego is also a great time to visit military museums and historical centers such as the USS Midway Museum and the Command Museum at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot. Pacific Inn is a cheap hotel near the MCRD and serves as a great home away from home for San Diego vacationers this memorial day. Whether you want to take in San Diego’s rich military history, enjoy a free concert at Balboa Park or cruise the Mission Beach boardwalk, San Diego promises to have plenty of affordable options for money-saving families.

Don’t wait until Pacific Inn is booked solid, take advantage of our Memorial Day weekend discounts today by calling 1-800-571-2933.

Is that San Diego Attraction Overrated?

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Overrated San Diego Attractions

Travelers ready to explore a new destination start out adventurous and end up flocking to the same tourist attractions as everyone else. However, following the crowd isn’t always good for adventure – or the wallet. While your ultimate decision to visit a specific attraction will depend on your personal preferences and budget, here are a few attractions that are as easy to avoid as they are to seek out.

  1. SeaWorld – SeaWorld has enough amusement park rides, shows and restaurants to keep the most energetic child occupied. Unfortunately, this can be the park’s downside too. There will be large crowds and sore feet by the end of the day, not to mention that it is impossible to give each exhibit the time it deserves. Even if you stay at a cheap San Diego hotel near SeaWorld, Birch Aquarium is an alternative attraction that is located only 15 minutes away in the neighborhood of La Jolla and is much more affordable for visitors. It may be without the glitz, but offers an in-depth look into the underwater world and is fun for the whole family.
  2. San Diego Zoo – The famed San Diego Zoo is considered by many to be one of the best in the world. If you’ve never been to the Zoo, it definitely is a must-see attraction. However, if you’re on a budget this vacation or don’t have too many days to spare in San Diego, it might be the attraction to skip because of its high ticket prices. A family or group of four could easily save about $500 by passing on this outdoor adventure. If your heart is set on visiting the zoo, the best way to explore the more than 100 acre park is over multiple days with a discounted multi-day pass so you can enjoy all of the attractions, getting as much of your money’s worth as possible. And don’t forget to book your cheap hotel near San Diego Zoo for additional savings.
  3. The Beach – During the peak seasons, a trip to the beach is a must, just don’t expect a quiet relaxing haven for a lazy beach bum. Those who want simply to relax need to know their San Diego beaches. The popular beaches such Pacific and Mission beaches are packed with sightseeing tours, amusement parks, overpriced food, crowds, noise and even some garbage. Sticking to the budget might mean seeking out the less popular areas such as the San Diego Bay which still provides you with water views and sand, without some of the extra visitors!
  4. The New Children’s Museum – This attraction is polarizing for parents and is often put at the top of the list of a family’s San Diego to-do list. However, reviews say it is either a good museum for children to wander around in, or it is a cramped space with few exhibits. Some even argue that it doesn’t go far enough in terms of actually teaching kids. Parents should do their own homework and decided if the museum will engage their children before paying the admission fees.

Did we spark your interest? As one of the preferred cheap hotels in downtown San Diego, we’re always looking to share great travel tips and information with our readers, at the very least to give you a different perspective on some of the most well known activities and attractions in the area. For more San Diego vacation advice, follow us on Facebook or Twitter and don’t forget to contact a Reservation Manager at 1-800-571-2933 to check upcoming rates and availability for the Marina Inn & Suites.

Eat Your Heart Out in San Diego

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The word foodie – defined as having “a particular interest in food; a gourmet” – has more than quadrupled in usage in day to day conversation, online print, magazines and more in the past 10 years. So why the sudden increase in what seems to be a made up word?

Recently, major cities across America including Los Angeles, Aspen, Austin, Portland and New York have become home to some of the nation’s, if not the world’s best chefs, serving up unique farm to table creations that truly tickle the taste buds. While these chefs focus on the quality of their products and the cohesiveness of their menus, they also emphasize dining experience, giving way to a “foodie culture” intended to ignite feelings of fun, happiness and satisfaction. Restaurateurs are bringing the technologically-dependant workaholics back to the simple life of good food and good conversation in a relaxed environment.

Although a smaller city, San Diego is joining the foodie revolution, even hosting major food inspired events including San Diego Bay Wine and Food Festival, Vindiego and Latin Food Fest to name a few. So if you’re a self-proclaimed foodie and are heading down to America’s Finest City for a relaxing weekend getaway, save your dollars by staying at a cheap downtown San Diego hotel, and eat your way through the streets:

SEARSUCKER
If you have even the smallest insight to the world of celebrity chefs, the name Brian Malarkey is one you’ve heard time and time again. Breaking into the industry as a contestant on Top Chef and a judge on season one of ABC’s The Taste, Malarkey is known for his eccentric personality which is captured in his menu at Searsucker in downtown San Diego. Swanky cocktails such as the Peter Rabbit and the Honeybadger show Malarkey’s fun side, followed by small plates you probably won’t find anywhere else like “farm bird lollipops + snake oil + bleu fondue” and “marrow bone + sea salt + onion jam.” And for the main course, we’ll leave it up to you to check it out for yourself!

REI DO GADO
We’d like to preface this section by saying it’s in your best interest to stay an affordable hotel near the Gaslamp because dinner will cost you a pretty penny, and you’ll likely be too stuffed to walk more than few blocks to get back to your hotel. That said, Rei do Gado is a new Brazilian steakhouse that combines past traditions with a modern twist. In addition to an included salad bar which offers much more than salads (enjoy charuterie, cheese, fruits, veggies and more) patrons can choose from an unlimited amount of meats with a dozen cuts to choose from including lamb, pork tenderloin, tri tip, turkey breasts wrapped in bacon and filet mignon. Simply sit down, show you’re ready to eat, and relax as the servers bring around a constant and never ending supply of food.

NOBLE EXPERIMENT
Don’t mistake this underground bar for pretentious, because it is exactly the opposite. While you do have to make reservations in advance (about a week) via text, the small speakeasy is a hidden gem that never disappoints. The prohibition style theme gives the bar a unique feel and a laidback atmosphere, and the craft cocktails can’t be beat. Pair a stiff drink with something off their eclectic bar menu and enjoy a one of a kind dining experience. Holding just over 25 people at a time, it’s more of a lounge than a restaurant so you might want to get a snack ahead of time.

CELLAR DOOR
If you’re really up to try something new, you’ll want to head to Cellar Door. This private dinner club is hosted in the home of a San Diegan with all guests asked to sit at a single table, family style. Yes, you may be dining with strangers, but you’ll likely have the love of food in common which is more than enough to excite and push you through the fixed course menu. The dishes change on a seasonal basis and you’ll have to pre-purchase tickets ahead of time because they always sell out, but diners are always raving about the quality of food, the passion and kindness of the chefs and the amazing experience as a whole.

Reserve a room at one of the hotels near the San Diego Airport so you can sip and savor each restaurant in San Diego, right until the time you have to board your plane! If you know someone who is going to visit the city and has a passion for food, share this article with them on Facebook or Twitter by clicking the icons at the top of the page.

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