America’s Finest City, San Diego, has celebrations occurring every week. Here are some of the most memorable:
The San Diego County Fair, held every year, is a two week celebration for the whole family. Full of carnival rides for adults and children, animal displays from the San Diego Zoo and local residents, children’s art shows, and over 100 food booths featuring fair food like fried twinkies and fried soda. Don’t miss the Fourth of July parade.
Balboa Parks December is a two day celebration of the holiday season. The beautiful park Continue Reading »
If you’re moving to San Diego you’ve likely got a lot on your plate. You’ve been looking into school systems, researching on homesecuritysystem.com and figuring out what part of the city you want to live in. But have you thought about food? There are a lot of great eats here – check out some of our favorites!
Cucina Urbana – Winner of several local polls for Best Italian food in the city, Cucina has a lot of low cost options and makes great family dinners. If you like pizza, this is the place for you.
Burger Lounge – Following the trend of dressed up comfort food, Burger Lounge offers a wide array of fancy-pants burger options suitable for dates or even a kid-friendly meal. Fries and all kinds of weird toppings are standbys on this menu.
Royal India – If you’ve got a soft spot for the wacky flavor combinations of India, Royal is the first place you should go. And if you’re tired after move-in night remember that they do carry-out, too – it’s a great thought for your first night in San Diego!
There are always fun things to do in the San Diego area. There are many festivals that are going on year round. The Smoke out Festival is a one day festival that features music, hemp exhibitions, art and, movies. They have guest speakers and festival food.
The Goodguys Autocross is a man’s festival. It is an indoor and outdoor festival that occurs at the Del Mar fairgrounds. You will enjoy over 2,000 hot rods, customs, classics, muscle cars trucks. There are many Continue Reading »