Harry’s Coffee Shop is one of La Jolla’s most respected and well known dining institutions. Known for their superb breakfast, 1960′s charm, and great coffee, Harry’s has become a generational gathering place for the community. Here is an exclusive look at the unique history and story behind the beloved La Jolla diner which coisidentally invloved the baseball team: The Dodgers.
One of the most well known weekly events that San Diegans, and those all over for that matter, love to indulge in is Taco Tuesday. There’s no place like the small beach community of La Jolla to enjoy these spectacular taco deals. We’ve rounded up all the best Taco Tuesday deals in La Jolla so you can get your grub on!
Enter to win a pair of tickets to see Ether Dome at La Jolla Playhouse now playing through August 10, 2014. Entering is easy and free!
There are few things better than escaping the hustle and bustle of San Diego for a weekend, and luckily, these spots make it easy to avoid traveling long distances and racking up gas costs in order to get away for a while. All 5 of these campsites are within a 2 hours’ drive of the city and are located conveniently near freeways and major roads – without all the noise and traffic. Check out our list of the top 5 places to camp near San Diego and start planning a fun weekend getaway with the family or that special someone.
1. Cuyamaca State Park
Cuyamaca’s beautiful park offers camping and hiking in an oak woodland forest, with a sprinkling of pines and lovely meadows with creeks. There are over 100 miles of trails that accommodate hikers, bikers, and equestrians. The two family camps, Paso Picacho and Green Valley, are open spring through fall. Green Valley has 81 campsites and sits at an elevation of 4,000 feet; a creek runs through the middle of the campground, making for a relaxing atmosphere. The day-use area offers sets of cascades and shallow pools, great for water play on hot days. Paso Picacho, 5 miles north, has 85 campsites and sits at an elevation of 5,000 feet. The most popular hikes start from this camp, including the 2 mile hike up Stonewall Peak and the 3.5 mile hike up Cuyamaca Peak, both offer breathtaking views of the deserts to the east, the coast to the west, and Lake Cuyamaca at the bottom.
Like everyone else, I am overwhelmed by the amount of events that take place during San Diego Comic Con International week, no longer a weekend – but a full week of geekdom and pop culture money making debauchery. Everyone wants a part of the action, and while that isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it can make planning overwhelming. So if you’re looking for ALL the events – including several gaming lounges and concerts that aren’t parties but just as fun – I suggest you visit these three links!
This weekend’s open house guide includes a beautiful historical landmark property on Avenida Cresta. Here is our La Jolla Open Houses Weekend Guide for July 19-20:
Date: Sunday July 20th 1-4pm
Address: 6019 Avenida Cresta La Jolla 6BR/10BA $8,950,000
Contact: Linda Daniels 858-361-5561 Willis Allen R.E
One of Southern California’s most prominent historical landmark properties and maintains its tax benefits under the Mills Act
La Jolla Blue Book wants to send you to Comic-Con 2014! We are giving away 1-day 2014 Comic-Con passes to TWO lucky winners! This is an Instagram exclusive giveaway.
Another beautiful weekend in San Diego is upon us, and with the Races already happening at the Del Mar Racetrack, there’s a lot going on! From an outdoor festival to a sand castle competition and the 40th annual Pride Parade, you won’t want to miss any of these La Jolla weekend events. Check out everything that’s happening in and around the city here.
Celebrate The 125th Anniversary Of Tijuana In Balboa Park
When: Friday July 18, 6pm-9pm
Where: Mingei International Museum, 1439 El Prado, San Diego, 92101
What: Celebrate Tijuana’s 125th anniversary! Enjoy a tequila tasting by Tequila El Cachanilla, Mexican food tastings, local TJ craft beers from BCB Brewery and Cerveceria Tijuana, learn the original Caesar Salad recipe, and listen to music from Hiperboreal (Nortec Collective, DJ set) and DJ Mateo. Admission is $15.
If you’re looking for a cozy place to spend the day with friends over a pot of tea and delicious finger foods then Mary’s English Kitchen is the perfect place for afternoon tea in La Jolla.
The 2014 San Diego Gay Pride Festival will be celebrating its 40th anniversary this upcoming weekend. As the premier pride event in California, this years festivities include the annual music festival, block party, rally, and parade. Here is a detailed glance at what to expect this weekend.