Visit Old Town
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Historic Old Town
Stay and Play in Old Town San Diego
On June 15th life will be returning to normal. To celebrate and enjoy life to the fullest visit one of San Diego’s most popular destinations. Remember, Old Town is within walking distance from a major transit center with over 30 restaurants, great patios and a quaint atmosphere, so parking is never a problem. There are also more than 75 unique places to shop.
The Old Town San Diego Guide provides information about Old Town attractions, restaurants, shopping and over 10 hotels that are located in and close to Old Town. Our site also includes a list of historic sites, a map of Old Town with locations and a calendar of Old Town community events.
We have chosen a few just to get you started...
Casa Guadalajara, the popular Old Town restaurant owned and operated by Diane Powers, features an imaginative menu with traditional and contemporary cuisine, reflecting dishes of the regional villages of Mexico. Signature offerings include award-winning seafood dishes, creative, chipotle chile-inspired entrees and sauces, and guacamole made fresh to order at the table.
Voted Best Mexican Restaurant, Cafe Coyote has been a San Diego favorite for over 30 years! Experience friendly staff, delicious Mexican food, refreshing margaritas and a festive atmosphere, located in the Heart of Old Town San Diego’s Historic Walking District. you will want to try all our restaurants but make sure this one is on your list. Sometimes you will have to wait to enjoy but most worth waiting for.
Offering traditional Mexican fare with flare, Casa de Reyes is situated outdoors under our unique Carrizo arbor Bring the whole family to dine on traditional Mexican food and enjoy daily entertainment ranging from energetic mariachis to traditional folklorico dancing. Sit around the fire pit and catch up with friends over a drink or just hang out and enjoy the entertainment on our outdoor stage.