From reclining leather seats to gourmet concessions, these luxury movie theaters in San Diego offer the ultimate movie-going experience. All but one movie theater includes reserved seating, making “hold-out” lines obsolete!
It doesn’t rain often in San Diego, but when it does, most of us want to stay indoors – and get out of the house at the same time. Luckily, La Jolla offers plenty of indoor activities that are perfect for whiling away the hours when the weather is less than perfect outside. We’ve rounded up our top 5 favorite things to do on a rainy day in La Jolla.
Sugar & Scribe Bakery has been on the San Diego sweets scene since Maeve Rochford opened her doors in Pacific Beach four years ago. Inspired by a deep-seated fondness for her Irish heritage and a long love affair with the art of cooking, Maeve’s new endeavor is everything a bakery should be: comfortable, cozy, and most importantly, the perfect venue for cooking up delectable treats. Continue reading
It’s the last weekend in February, and there’s plenty to do to stay busy in San Diego this weekend – despite the possible less-than-stellar weather! We’ve got the roundup of the best San Diego weekend events right here.
La Jolla Nurses Homecare is the oldest home healthcare agency in San Diego County; what began in 1977 as a woman’s dream for better care at home has blossomed into a powerhouse of more than 300 highly trained medical professionals and an agency that has consistently ranked on the ‘BEST’ lists of both the La Jolla Light and the San Diego Union Tribune. Continue reading
The 10th Annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Balboa Park is a two-day celebration in the Japanese Friendship Garden; this year the event will take place on Saturday March 7 from 10am-4pm and Sunday March 8 from 11am-3pm. Walk through the garden’s beautiful cherry tree grove while enjoying authentic Japanese food, sample some libations at the beer and sake garden, watch lively music and dance performances, or enjoy a number of activities that are perfect for the whole family.