Looking for rainy day things to do in San Diego? We’ve rounded up five distinctly San Diego rainy day things to do.
San Diego Attractions
From dining and drinking to shopping at the farmer’s market and art boutique galleries, San Diego’s trendy Little Italy neighborhood is having a major moment. Here’s the top 5 things to do in Little Italy.
With exercise at the forefront of an active lifestyle, San Diego based Studio Barre combines principles of dance, yoga & pilates for a challenging workout.
Experience bold and creative flavors, the freshest seafood and a tour through Latin-inspired cuisine at Sirena Gourmet Latin Seafood Restaurant, San Diego.
Nothing says “Fall is here” like pumpkins. Let picking out the perfect pumpkin be half the fun by heading to one of these local San Diego pumpkin patches.
From haunted houses to adorable trick-or-treaters to the hottest costume parties, we have 16 San Diego Halloween events you won’t want to miss.
From fashion, film and aerial acrobatics, to Halloween and Oktoberfest celebrations, its a lively month in America’s Finest City.
KAABOO: San Diego’s “mixperience” goes beyond music festival to encompass artwork, culinary competition, comedy + more. We’ve got your guide to the weekend!
For hand-crafted breads, pastries, cookies, and cakes Bake Sale Bakery & Cafe is an East Village destination for breakfast, lunch, cooking classes and more.
For those looking to kick up their yoga game, and even those looking to just master the downward dog, September is the perfect time to start. In recognition of National Yoga Month, we’ve rounded up some unique San Diego spots to enjoy yoga fitness in studios, on the water, or on rooftops.
San Diego heat can last well into the fall, so we’ve rounded up some ideas to stay cool in San Diego while still enjoying the attractions and outdoors.