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First visit to San Diego - What should I not miss?

Wow. Thank you all so much for taking the time post suggestions. Now I'm wondering how I'm going to make a choice between all these places. It might have to come down to proximity to where we're staying, which is on Harbor Island (my partner is attending a conference there). Good thing we'll be doing a bit of snowboarding the following week so that I'll be able to work off a few pounds.

BTW, are there any types of recipes or combo's of food that are unique to SD that I should try? Like the Hoagie is to Philly.

Jan 26, 2007
bazza in San Diego

First visit to San Diego - What should I not miss?

Thanks Josh and Amyzan, I'll definitely get to all of the restaurants you suggest.

I'm going to be paying a visit to REI which is about a mile away from them, so I'll combine that with a meal Sakura and a beer or two at O'Brien's.

The Linkery looks very delicious. I like the way they are sourcing the best produce for their meals.

I was hoping that I'd get a recommendation for some Mexican cuisine. So I'll definitedly check out Super Cocina. There isn't much in the way of good mexican food in Brisbane.

Thanks for the link to Kirk's blog. I'll be adding Mama's Bakery to the list of places to visit.

Jan 25, 2007
bazza in San Diego

First visit to San Diego - What should I not miss?

Hi,

I am going to be visiting San Diego for the first time in a week. What restaurants, bakeries, diners, take-out's, taco stands etc would you recommend I try not to miss? Being a foodie, are there any other attractions I may be interested in visiting during my week long stay, like markets, kitchen stores, deli's, or cooking schools.

Thanks in advance for your advice. I'm really looking forward to experiencing San Diego.

Barry
Brisbane, Australia

Jan 25, 2007
bazza in San Diego