Between work and your job as a mother and wife, you may easily become stressed and overwhelmed with your responsibilities. One of the best ways to help relieve stress is to gather some of your close girlfriends and spend a day out in La Jolla. Not only is this a great opportunity to catch up with old friends, it is the perfect way to enjoy a well deserved day off.
In addition to beautiful views of the water, La Jolla is filled with mouth watering restaurants specializing in cuisines from around the world. With options including seafood, Italian, Mexican, French and more, you are sure to find the perfect La Jolla restaurant to host your girl’s day gathering. For those looking for a more casual spot to spend the day, there are many small bakeries and coffee shops throughout the area.
La Jolla also offers a unique downtown area perfect for shopping. Different from your typical strip mall, downtown La Jolla offers an outdoor experience, as well as a range of stores including high end clothing boutiques, vintage shops, and jewelry and antique stores. La Jolla shopping is sure to please everyone in your group and is a fun way to unwind after a long week.
No girl’s day is complete without a bit of pampering. Make an appointment to get your nails, hair or makeup done together. Indulging in these treatments is relaxing and gives you and your friends a chance to talk while renewing your personal style. There are also many full service day spas in La Jolla that offer hair and nail services in addition to massage and facial options. When planning your girl’s day, call the spa ahead of time and inquire about their group rates or packages.
For more information about the restaurants, shops, day spas or beauty salons in La Jolla, browse through our directory. Our listings are the perfect place to start when planning your girl’s day out.
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