San Diego's Little Italy

By Hudson, USA, January 2013

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Found yourself in San Diego? Had a chance to explore a bit of the Gaslamp Quarter and looking to steep yourself in a little more of the charm and history of this great coastal city? Consider spending some time in San Diego’s Little Italy.

This somewhat hilly little neighborhood lying just at the northern corner of downtown has undergone quite a makeover since its urban renewal during the 1980s. Today you can stroll these streets and see a fun and eclectic mix of Old World Italian eateries, boutique shopping storefronts, funky condos, and a couple fun bars and nightclubs. A great experience for locals and tourists, you’re sure to find a lot to entice you in Little Italy.

Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our San Diego Things to Do blog. Visit the original post to continue reading the full post and to learn more about things to do in San Diego.

Photo courtesy of Jennifer Boyer via Flickr.

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