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Staycation Part 2: What to do & Where To Eat

- Isabelle Ober

Hey ladies, happy weekend! Whether you're enjoying your staycation this weekend or planning it for the near future, we wanted to fill you in on our favorite things to do and places to eat to make the most of San Diego. 

What to Do:
    • Movie at South Bay Drive-in
      • South Bay Drive-in is the perfect backyard vacation destination for locals. The Drive-in theater is open 7 days a week and offers moviegoers the perfect opportunity to experience a movie for affordable prices that won’t break the bank. Prices for adults are $9 and for children (ages 5-9) it’s only $1!
    • Del Mar Fair
      • The San Diego County Fair in Del Mar is the perfect way to kick off summer! The fair offers everything from outrageously fun rides to live comedy shows to student art showcases. Not to mention the endless variety of tasty foods!
    • Potato Chip Rock Hike
      • If you’re feeling up for a challenge then you should definitely tackle this hike! There’s nothing like getting an amazing workout while exploring different parts of San Diego where you’ve never been before. Not to mention the amazing views that you’ll experience along the way and a cool photo you’ll be able to snap once on top of the rock.
    • Sunset Cliffs
      • There’s no better way to watch the sunset in San Diego than by going to Sunset Cliffs with your group of friends. Just grab a blanket, throw on a light sweater and swing by the Ocean Beach Farmers Market (open on Wednesday’s) on the way for some delicious food!
    • Yoga at Trilogy Sanctuary
      • If you’re in the mood for a more relaxing day Trilogy Sanctuary in La Jolla offers yoga classes all day every day. From yoga workshops to yoga teacher training to private parties celebrating sustainable San Diego companies, Trilogy Sanctuary has it all! On top of there is an organic and vegan cafe that offers a menu full of delicious choices that  are sure to leave you feeling satisfied and refreshed.
    • Strawberry Picking at Carlsbad Strawberry Farms
      • The Carlsbad Strawberry Company is family-run and has been around since 1948! The fields are open 9am to 5pm so bring an extra pair of shoes and get to picking some ripe, mouth-watering, organic strawberries that you’ll be able to take home and share with family and friends.
Where to Eat:
    • Breakfast/Brunch: Great Maple
      • Known for its French Toast Logs and Fried Goat Cheese Squash Blossom, the Great Maple is known to use exquisite and sustainable ingredients to create specialized comfort food. Located both in Hillcrest and La Jolla, you can’t go wrong with a morning spent at the Great Maple.
    • Breakfast/Brunch: Cody’s La Jolla
      • Located by the shores of La Jolla Cove, Cody’s La Jolla offers everything from french toast to blueberry pancakes to the traditional all american breakfast.
    • Lunch: Prep Kitchen - Del Mar
      • Prep Kitchen in Del Mar offers some of the best farm-fresh and seasonal dishes ranging from the Buttermilk Fried Chicken Sandwich to the Farro Power Bowl.
    • Lunch: Gaslamp Fish House
      • Enjoy some fresh, authentic seafood and cocktails for a great price at the Gaslamp Fish House.
    • Dinner: Sushi Ota
      • Originally from Japan, Sushi Ota offers some of the best and freshest sushi in San Diego. You’re sure to receive an authentic Japanese experience when you dine at Sushi Ota.
    • Dinner: Rovino
      • Located in Little Italy, Rovino is the perfect destination for some fresh Italian food and fine wine. Rovino also offers gluten-free options for dishes such as flatbreads and pastas.

We hope this helps you make your weekend new and exciting. Can't wait to see all of your adventures.


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