It’s hard to know the best food destinations of San Diego if you are visiting the place for the first time. Especially if you are a foodie, you can’t get enough with one or two restaurants. You might want to explore everything, from the most popular restaurants to the most unheard and hidden gems of this amazing city. And to do this, you need a food expert who not only knows a lot about food but also about San Diego and its ways. You need a companion who can show you around, take you to such amazing food places you never thought you would eat at and help you make the best memories while you are here. San Diego with its diverse culinary scene, mild Mediterranean weather, beautiful beaches and streets filled with restaurants, coffee houses, bars, breweries and pubs is just the perfect city for food tours. So here is a list of top 5 things to do in San Diego to have a tummy full of food and heart full of memories! |
• You might want to take a food tour in Downtown or Little Italy to savor some of the most authentic Italian dishes. This place has a long history with the Italian fishing industry and you will get to see a lot of Italian restaurants, pizza houses along your food tour. Apart from Italian, if you are looking for spicy Indian food, you won’t be disappointed in Little Italy as it has the best Indian restaurant in the whole of San Diego.
• Hillcrest is a densely populated neighborhood of the city and famous for its neon ‘Hillcrest’ sign board. Most of the city’s LGBT community stays in Hillcrest and the place is very popular for pride festivals and parades. This neighborhood, with its diverse culture and gender preferences also offers a wide variety of things to do with food and drinks, from regular American diners to Mexican cafes.
• San Diego shares its coastline with the Pacific Ocean and is a home to many beautiful beaches. So it’s obvious the city has a lot of beach side restaurants and food destinations. Encinitas is the surf capital of the world and famously known for its ornamental flowers. Beach side bar and grill, crafted chocolates and spice homes can be expected along your food tour in Encinitas.
• The next mention in the list of top five things to do in San Diego is North Park. Being one of the oldest neighborhoods of the city, North Park has people who come from different places, who follow different tradition and culture, but still share a common idea as a community. Hence you get to see an array of unique and different restaurants, bars and kitchens offering the most diverse culinary scene you will ever see in San Diego.
• La Jolla is another place you must visit for eats and treats. This hilly seaside neighborhood is one of the busiest places in the city and a prominent business center. Delis are found the most in La Jolla for delicious crepes, sweets, delicacies and desserts. If you are a person who can’t live without pancakes, come to La Jolla to taste the best apple pancakes, served all 7 days a week!
Apart from food, the city is extremely famous for its beer and wine. Being the craft beer capital of America, you can also add visiting breweries to your list of things to do in San Diego and taste some of the best wines in the world by taking walking tours to the city’s top rated wineries.
Bite San Diego is America’s leading food tour company which offers walking tours on the best things to do in San Diego ( http://bitesandiego.com/sandiegothingstodo ) and explore the city’s rich culinary industry. To know more on San Diego’s cuisine, visit Wikipedia.org.
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