Lori’s Mission Beach Guidebook

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Lori’s Mission Beach Guidebook

Food scene
Bare Back Grill, 4640 Mission Blvd, ☏ +1 858 274-7117. Enjoy burgers made with organic New Zealand beef.
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Bare Back Grill
4640 Mission Boulevard
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Bare Back Grill, 4640 Mission Blvd, ☏ +1 858 274-7117. Enjoy burgers made with organic New Zealand beef.
1851 Garnet Ave, ☏ +1 858-270-9655. Daily 6AM-3PM. As you can guess, the Broken Yoke specializes in eggs and omelettes but they also serve the regular breakfast fare of pancakes and French toast. It’s great for sitting down and recapping the previous night’s events. If you’re hungry enough, you can try their 12-egg omelette, loaded with all sorts of goodies to make it hard to finish. If you do, it’ll only cost you $2 and your name will be forever engraved on the wall.
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The Broken Yolk Cafe
1851 Garnet Avenue
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1851 Garnet Ave, ☏ +1 858-270-9655. Daily 6AM-3PM. As you can guess, the Broken Yoke specializes in eggs and omelettes but they also serve the regular breakfast fare of pancakes and French toast. It’s great for sitting down and recapping the previous night’s events. If you’re hungry enough, you can try their 12-egg omelette, loaded with all sorts of goodies to make it hard to finish. If you do, it’ll only cost you $2 and your name will be forever engraved on the wall.
Cotija’s, 1092 Garnet Ave, ☏ +1 858-273-1241. No frills or gimmicks, just delicious Mexican food. Located in a strip mall next to a barber shop, the painted windows lure you in off the street with 99-cent fish tacos and bean and rice burritos. For a little more you can order a quesadilla (but don’t let the name fool you, quesadillas at Cotija’s are like burritos with cheese). Also tasty are the multiple breakfast burritos, one of which has hash browns — and they’re not limited to breakfast. For true San Diego flavor, try the Shrimp Burrito (also available in the fiery but amazing "Diablo" version). The line to order crowds the dining area as the bars close but there’s nothing like a gut brick to put you to sleep after a long night on the town. And be sure to bring cash because they don’t take plastic
Cotija's Mexican Grill
1092 Garnet Avenue
Cotija’s, 1092 Garnet Ave, ☏ +1 858-273-1241. No frills or gimmicks, just delicious Mexican food. Located in a strip mall next to a barber shop, the painted windows lure you in off the street with 99-cent fish tacos and bean and rice burritos. For a little more you can order a quesadilla (but don’t let the name fool you, quesadillas at Cotija’s are like burritos with cheese). Also tasty are the multiple breakfast burritos, one of which has hash browns — and they’re not limited to breakfast. For true San Diego flavor, try the Shrimp Burrito (also available in the fiery but amazing "Diablo" version). The line to order crowds the dining area as the bars close but there’s nothing like a gut brick to put you to sleep after a long night on the town. And be sure to bring cash because they don’t take plastic
Our favorite place for dinner! - 5040 Cass St, ☏ +1 858-272-9985. The retailer Pacific Shellfish Seafood Company was founded in 1979 but their attached restaurant debuted in 1998. With many different species of seasonal fresh fish in their cooler, you’ll be able to find something to tickle your taste buds from a simple tuna melt to a wild-caught Alaskan salmon. Since it’s a market too, you can verify that all the fish are fresh. And just in case you didn’t know what your particular entree looked like before it was caught, there are taxidermied models on the wall, displaying the fish in their full glory
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The Fishery
5040 Cass Street
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Our favorite place for dinner! - 5040 Cass St, ☏ +1 858-272-9985. The retailer Pacific Shellfish Seafood Company was founded in 1979 but their attached restaurant debuted in 1998. With many different species of seasonal fresh fish in their cooler, you’ll be able to find something to tickle your taste buds from a simple tuna melt to a wild-caught Alaskan salmon. Since it’s a market too, you can verify that all the fish are fresh. And just in case you didn’t know what your particular entree looked like before it was caught, there are taxidermied models on the wall, displaying the fish in their full glory
Best Curry! - World Curry, 1433 Garnet Ave. Great variety of world curries and great happy hour beverage deals
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World Curry
1433 Garnet Avenue
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Best Curry! - World Curry, 1433 Garnet Ave. Great variety of world curries and great happy hour beverage deals
Our favorite place for breakfast, and it's just a few blocks away! IT's a local cafe serving breakfast & lunch and 100% organic coffee & espresso. Open daily. 805 Santa Clara Pl. San Diego, CA 92109. 858-488-1224.
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Olive Cafe
805 Santa Clara Place
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Our favorite place for breakfast, and it's just a few blocks away! IT's a local cafe serving breakfast & lunch and 100% organic coffee & espresso. Open daily. 805 Santa Clara Pl. San Diego, CA 92109. 858-488-1224.
The absolute best place for dessert - within walking or biking distance! You won't be disappointed. 4516 Mission Blvd., Pacific Beach.
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The Baked Bear
4516 Mission Boulevard
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The absolute best place for dessert - within walking or biking distance! You won't be disappointed. 4516 Mission Blvd., Pacific Beach.
Groceries
This is the closest most convenient full grocery store. It's about a 12 minute walk or a 5 minute bike ride. The prices are consistent with the area and it also includes a pharmacy. Right next to Ralph's is a CVS which also has a pharmacy.
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Ralphs
4315 Mission Boulevard
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This is the closest most convenient full grocery store. It's about a 12 minute walk or a 5 minute bike ride. The prices are consistent with the area and it also includes a pharmacy. Right next to Ralph's is a CVS which also has a pharmacy.

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Obiceiuri și cultură

Mission Beach /Pacific Beach

Mission Beach and Pacific Beach are the two most popular beach neighborhoods in San Diego. Nestled between the ocean and the man-made Mission Bay, this area is packed with tourists in the summer months who come to visit Sea World, the seaside amusements of Belmont Park, or just to hang out at the beach.
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Belmont Park

Belmont Park, 3146 Mission Blvd, ☏ +1 858 228-9283. Open April–December, hours vary by season and day of week; typically 11AM-8PM. A seaside amusement park located near the southern end of Mission Beach, Belmont Park is a landmark with a number of shops, restaurants, an arcade, and a bunch of rides. The big attraction is the Giant Dipper, a historic roller coaster that is one of the only two remaining oceanfront roller coasters still operating on the west coast. Also popular is The Plunge, a historic indoor heated swimming pool that continues to be the city's largest indoor pool.
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Mission Bay Aquatic Center

Mission Bay Aquatic Center, 1001 Santa Clara Pl, ☏ +1 858-488-1000. The aquatic center rents catamarans and other watercraft, as do several other franchises around the bay. Instructional lessons are available. The western half of the bay is "sail only" (powerboats 5 mph no wake) during the daytime.
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Mission Bay Park

One of our favorite places! Encompassing the entirety of Mission Bay, offering opportunities for sailing, boating, swimming, jet ski, and other water sports. You can also take advantage of the park space surrounding the bay for walking, bicycling, picnicking, etc. There are many miles of hiking, biking, and running trails that have a moderate level of difficulty for runners and an easy level of difficulty for bicyclists. There are marvelous views of the ocean and the bay along with numerous side trips.
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Mission Bay Playground

Our grandkids love this park! Mission Bay Playground, East Mission Bay Drive on Mission Bay, south of Clairemont Drive. There are many playgrounds in the city, but this one is easily one of the best. For starters, it's a huge playground, with several elaborate play structures (one is built to resemble a pirate ship) and lots of elements for kids to explore. It's on the edge of Mission Bay and surrounded by expansive lawns perfect for kite-flying and playing sports.
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Fiesta Island

This island in the middle of Mission Bay hosts the Fiesta Island Time Trial Series, hosted by the San Diego Bicycle Club. Competitors meet up to see who can ride the quickest 20k or improve the most. Single riders, tandems and teams are all welcome, and the event also hosts triathletes and world class road race athletes. There is always a waiting list for these trials, so early registration is vital if you want to take part in this very exciting aspect of cycling in Mission Bay Park.
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Mission Beach

Our favorite beach, this beach is one of the calmest, easiest places to ocean swim in San Diego area. You can also go scuba diving (off the shore are several dive wrecks). Or you can bicycle or rollerblade along the boardwalk (several stores nearby rent equipment)
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Tourmaline Surfing Park,

The Park is at the foot of Tourmaline Street in North Pacific Beach. A very popular surfing spot for locals and a fun place to hang out and watch!