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Seaport Village in Downtown San Diego
Enjoy fresh seafood, steaks and a killer view at San Diego Pier Cafe.
Seaport Village Info:
849 West Harbor Dr., San Diego
Daily, 10 am-
Parking: First two hours are free with any purchase, $3 per hour after that.
What to do in Seaport Village
1. Ride on the 1895 carousel with hand-
2. Enjoy a sweet treat: ice cream!
3. The Food Court
4. Take a tour.
5. Appreciate the gorgeous view of a sunset over the water.
6. Browse through 54 one-
7. Learn something new in one of the many art galleries.
8. Find a new book in the bookstore.
9. Take part in live entertainment including music, street performer, caricaturists, face painters, balloon sculptors and oriental brush artists.
10. Meander through the picturesque ponds, fountains, bridges and flowers.
Seaport Village Restaurants
Asaggio Pizza Pasta Plus
879 W. Harbor Drive, San Diego (619) 234-
Buster’s Beach House Grill and Longboard Bar
807 W. Harbor Drive, San Diego (619) 233-
861 W. Harbor Drive, San Diego (619) 232-
Greek Islands Cafe
879 W. Harbor Drive, San Diego (619) 239-
831 W. Harbor Drive, San Diego (619) 232-
Margarita’s Kitchen & Cantina
879 W. Harbor Drive, Ste. A, San Diego (619) 239-
Marion’s Fish Market
849 West Harbor Drive, San Diego (619) 233-
San Diego Burger Company
879 W. Harbor Drive, Ste. G, San Diego (619) 239-
San Diego Pier Cafe
885 W. Harbor Drive, San Diego (619) 239-
879 W. Harbor Drive, San Diego (619) 230-
Seaport Village Deli
879 W. Harbor Drive, San Diego (619) 232-
879 W. Harbor Drive, San Diego (619) 544-
A Sampling of the Shops at Seaport Village
Best of San Diego
California Original Sunglasses
Carousel Music Box Company
Presenting the Soap Opera
Safari Animal Collection
San Diego Surf Co.
Seaport Village Shell Co.
The Toy Cottage
Two Tours that Stop at Seaport Village
Hop on and hop off all over San Diego in this 90 minute tour. Take in the scenic views of the bay, walk around the historic Hotel del Coronado, visit the Gaslamp Quarter, Old Town State Park, the historic Hotel del Coronado, and learn more about the infamous Whaley House. Not only do you get to see the highlights of Seaport Village and the other downtown spots, you’ll also be dropped right at the entrance of the San Diego Zoo and Balboa Park, home to a collection of fine museums.
Ever wondered what those funny vehicles were that could drive on land and travel expertly in the water? Take a ride on the SEAL tour and see why these buses/boats are the best way to get around San Diego while learning all about the history of the city. I addition to Seaport Village, you’ll also hear about and visit Little Italy, the Maritime Museum where the Star of India is docked and Lindbergh Field. While on water you’ll see the North Island Naval Air Station, the Point Loma Submarine Base, the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Harbor Island, and not to be left off: friendly sea lions and brown pelicans.