San Diego & Little Italy
San Diego is the eighth-largest city in the United States and second-largest city in California. Little Italy is a general name for an ethnic enclave populated primarily by Italians or people of Italian ancestry, usually in an urban neighborhood./5
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Studio downtown in the Little Italy neighborhood: Top floor corner studio in Downtown San Diego's Little Italy...
Happy Womens Day! Mary and friends We celebrated this morning in Little Italy, San Diego! htt…
An Italian restaurant, Pan Bon, in the Little Italy section of San Diego. I had a late flight in & it was convenient. Tasty!
Date day: farmer's market at Little Italy, the Museum of Contemporary Art, SDSU's downtown gallery. It's a gorgeous day here in San Diego.
"This place is in a quaint little spot in the heart of Little Italy, San Diego. The vibe: dim lighting with a...
LA-based Cafe Gratitude branches out into San Diego, will open in Little Italy next week.
With an eclectic mix of Italian flavor, Little Italy is currently seeing a re-emergence as a culinary hot spot in San Diego. We asked the Superdiners: Which Little Italy restaurant bowled you over and knocked your epicurean socks off?
Have you curd the word? The The Cheese Store of San Diego is in the last hours of their Kickstarter campaign and almost at goal. Chip in for cheese all week in Little Italy soon!
Specializing in selling homes and condos in the Downtown/Little Italy, Mission Hills, Coronado, Eastlake and surrounding coastal areas. Additionally, very experienced in the acquisition and disposition of residential & multi-family investment properties, for both vacation/2nd home buyers and investors alike, throughout San Diego County.
Watching this massacre of a game in a Irish Pub in the Little Italy part of San Diego...literally can't stop laughing!!! Now Brazil fans know what it's like to be an Oklahoma Sooner fan I guess
Home safe & sound. Had a great time in San Diego, conference was great self care & healing, Saturday humbling time with Dignity Delivery then made a great dinner for my friend Beck Amensen in Imperial Beach...the ususal BBQ chicken, grilled zucchini and my amazing ( yes amazing) cucumber/tomato/dill salad followed by watching the sunset in Imperial Beach and deep conversation that can only happen between people who have been friends for a "thousand years". Sunday a great afternoon at the Little Italy art walk. Today did a 90 minute walk around the mission bay area before heading to the airport. ahh. Life is good.
Forbes magazine has ranked San Diego as the nation’s 10th best city for the Millennial generation, naming Little Italy as the city’s top...
& Little Italy Mercato & ArtWalk San Diego are colliding in Little Italy- visit us...
Mini-Mercato at ArtWalk San Diego in Little Italy: Day Two! Open from 11am-6pm today on Date & India Street!
This posting ain't my usually B.S., please read the part related to Joe Marillo(San Diego's Godfather of Jazz) It's 'Spring Time' in San Diego America's Finest City. Yesterday morning, Saturday the 26th of April, I took my sweetie to the Mission Federal Artwalk. We browse all the works of artists and did some networking because my sweetie is newly arrived to San Diego. She's an artist and networking is what artists must do to get noticed. Today, we will journey back to 'Little Italy' for some more browsing and networking. After the Mission Federal Artwalk, we rushed to the Adams Avenue Unplugged event. In the Kensington area, I just had to catch Skid Roper & the Shadowcasters. Skid and crew were performing in the Kensington Library Park (2:30-3:30pm). Skid did his usually shtick, which included breaking an E-string just before starting the first tune of his 1 hour set. Watching Skid near a public library doesn't quite seem natural. At a place not far from the Kensington Library Park, the legendary Joe Mar ...
Art has the power to connect communities, cultivate new artistic talent and create a better quality of life for all through cultural enrichment. Celebrate Mission Federal ArtWalk San Diego's 30th Anniversary this weekend in Little Italy!
Painting live tonight downtown by Little Italy. Kava Lounge! From 9pm to 2am. Check it out San Diego! Come support a local artist!
Padres and Giants in San Diego! Man, I miss my SD, but it is great that they are showing downtown. Just saw the arch for Little Italy.
Learn about the new wave of Italian business owners who have opened their doors here in Little Italy, San Diego.
Rise and shine San Diego! It's *** hum) another gorgeous morning at the Little Italy Mercato. Grab that visiting "snowbird" and show them a good time...outside!
Once the hub of the tuna industry, the streets of San Diego's Little Italy were filled with culturally-rich Italian families; whose main source of economic support came from the Port of San Diego; where their tuna boats were docked and the canneries packaged the daily catch. By the 1970's, with th...
Just blocks from the waterfront, Little Italy is San Diego's charismatic slice of Italy's modern style and old-world sensibility.
We have learned that next Wednesday, February 12, a council committee will discuss new regulations governing food trucks in San Diego. The proposed regulations would basically ban food trucks from operating in the Gaslamp, Little Italy, and parts of OB,
First time in a Hyundai Tiburon. Had to open the sunroof to fit lol @ Little Italy, San Diego
Little Italy is honestly the best place in San Diego😍
Wanted to share this photo of the altar at Our Lady of the Rosary Church in San Diego's Little Italy.
Catch us on Fox 5 San Diego this morning 7:30 to 9 am talking about the Little Italy Mercato's move to Cedar...
Art Above San Diego is tomorrow night on the rooftop of the Porto Vista Hotel in Little Italy! Take the Elevator to the 5th floor and enjoy art, views, drinks, and creative minds. 1835 COlumbia Street Oct. 5th 6-10pm.
NOTICE TO THOSE WHO HAVE A HANDICAPPED PLACARD OR LICENSE PLATES: Many businesses in Downtown San Diego, most notably; Seaport Village, which has adopted the use of offering parking spaces with coin parking meters (which have a small sign attached to each one) stating that "Handicapped parking is NOT excepted" on private property! As I found out yesterday at one of my favorite art supply stores (BLICK) in Little Italy when I parked there, only to find that they have a "form" of paid parking there which they had never had before. This also is a situation where, if you are "Handicapped" you STILL have to PAY to PARK there. I have a condition known as Peripheral Neuropathy, this is where your feet are numb and yet they hurt and the pain from walking too far is incredibly painful. It is OBVIOUS that the store owners, property managers and the city and state governments do NOT care one iota about those of us who have disabilities! This is TYPICAL of any government organization, where on the one hand, they offe ...
Mr. Shamrell & I have been scouting locations for a studio quite a bit lately... yes, both of us, because even though he's not an "employee", he's my business partner, and I CAN'T imagine running this business without his help & support! It would not be what it is today without him, that's for sure. Speaking of help & support: I can't pretend that I know everything about a city I just moved to. We're trying to spend a bit of time in different neighborhoods, so I'm getting a decent feel for what's where... but I'd love YOUR help! If you're familiar with San Diego, I'd love to know where you think the best place would be for a studio! Downtown... Hillcrest... La Jolla... Del Mar... Little Italy... North Park... UTC... Coronado... or...? I'd love to hear what you think! Feel free to leave a comment here or send me a message. I have a few favorite neighborhoods already, but I'm always open to your opinions! Thanks friends :)
There is a new Top Chef coming to town! Chef Richard Blais is teaming with Concentrics Restaurants to open a new restaurant concept in San Diego's Little Italy coming late 2013.
San Diego will find Terra Verde Foods at Little Italy and Vista, Saturday. We will not be at La Costa this week. Sunday we are hanging out at Leucadia, La Jolla and Point Loma. Come on out to the farmers' markets this week end. It is going to another Southern Cal picture perfect weekend! Monday Patt and Tony will be at Welks Resort. Tuesday Tristian will see you at Pacific Beach at Bayard and Garnet. We are launching "Dinner Time" at Pacific Beach. "Dinner Time" is a dinner plan you can shop for at the farmers' market and cook after you get home. 30 minutes and dinner is ready!! "Dinner Time" suggest items you can pick up at the farmers market to make a delicious dinner. Find your "Dinner Time" menus at our booth or some of the other vendor's booths. Let me know how you like it! Wednesday's Encinitas Farmers' Market will find Patt and Tony ready to give you samples and tell you how to use our delicious products. Thanks for keeping up with us!!!
Amber and I had fun this past weekend at the 2013 California Film Awards where she picked up their Best Actress award across all categories (including feature films) for her role in our short film CiviliTEA, and I collected the Orson Welles Award for creative achievement, also for CiviliTEA. It was nice to have a much needed husband/wife getaway to San Diego as well. Enjoyed dining and shopping in Little Italy. I couldn't be prouder of the Mrs. and her film victories.
Its a Thursday, so you know you will be out playing trivia at one of our 3 great venues! 7:00pm at 98 Bottles (Little Italy) Please come and keep this trivia night alive! This venue is just cool. If you have not had a chance to come enjoy this great beer selection and really special bar, come by tonight! 7:30 at Sessions Public in Ocean Beach/Point Loma Come join us for our first trivia night at this a one-of-a-kind craft beer bar and restaurant on the border of Ocean Beach and Point Loma in San Diego. It has an incredible selection of beer and a unique and tasty menu that will keep you coming back. 8:30pm at Ciros Pizzeria & Beerhouse The best pizza in Pacific Beach and an incredible beer selection. Get there a bit early to secure your spot! 9:00pm at Bub's Dive Bar. Now EVERY week!! Come join us for the Thursday night game and then play trivia! They have Specialty Grilled Cheese Sandwiches for $4 and the Plain Ol' Classic for $3 and They-Call-It pitchers for $10 and Svedka cocktails for $5! Here is your ...
The Bangles frontwoman Susanna Hoffs played a solo show in Little Italy after an opening set by San Diego's the Lovebirds.
Ok I've been off too long, I need to focus up on work this week. To think that I did so much this week, Wine Tasting, Hot Air Balloon, San Diego UCSD tour with Jessica, visit with old neighbors in San Diego, Little Italy, Trolley ride, visit with my Brother in Rancho Bernardo, cook Thanksgiving dinner, decorate the house for Christmas, dinner with Christine at the best Chinese restaurant in the world; Did I miss anything? Oh yeah, breakfast with my girl Irene: MENOLE. shopping with Sonia. Whew.good night! Thank you work I need a break.
First time my picture ever appeared in the press (October 16, 1978 edition of the New London Day), at the Rocky Horror Picture Show, with the late Lisa Bardwell, who passed away December 5, 2009 - We were at the Groton Theaters, along with Carey Rogers, Eric Sortland, Gary Sherman, Dave Tooker, Doug Lane, and other friends. Lisa and I caught Rocky out in San Diego too, at the Strand Theater in Ocean Beach, while I was living there in summer '79. A few nights later, she was sitting in the front row at the Marquis Public Theater in Little Italy, on the night they launched a Rocky Horror stage show, with yours truly playing Frank N. Furter --- my first paying job in California (other than giving plasma at the blood bank for ten bucks a pop). Together, we spent much of my first paycheck buying old albums at Arcade Records in Ocean Beach. I bought a Beatles Sgt Pepper picture disc that today sits on a shelf with my Beatles collection, a few feet from my desk. She bought a Moody Blues album and a Moody solo alb ...
San Diego so much to do so little time. After MCRD graduation we took Addison to the San Diego Zoo. We also hit the Harley shop, the USS Midway, Little Italy (Indigo Street), Old Town. Addi won't even let Seth out of her sight.
just home from vacation late last night. had a great fun time, exhausted now, have to unpack and get back in the groove. I will say though, that we love and appreciate our home and family more now than ever before. California is an awesome place to visit, but visit only,we created memories on our 32nd anniversary that will be with us always, but "There's no place like home" LA, Long Beach, San Diego, Huntington Beach, Laguna Beach, etc., etc..Queen Mary, Catalina Island, Little Italy, Manchester Grand Hyatt, no wonder we're tired,Mrs. A
Too much to do this weekend. ND Streetfest, CD release parties, Festa in Little Italy tomorrow, Oktoberfest, rad music at Belly Up tonight, music at Ruby Room tomorrow, La Jolla Art @ Wine Festival today, rad music at Bar Eleven tonight, and of course, BRUNCH. I love San Diego. The Nardcast
Packing up to leave the Porto Vista Hotel in the San Diego neighborhood of Little Italy. Need to be outta here in an hour. But I'm not leaving San Diego yet. First, I'm going to church and then I check in to the Holiday Inn Express in La Jolla. Two blocks from the beach!!
Today was Trolley tour day around San Diego. Checking out Old Town to start, then to the Gaslamp District for lunch, then out to Coronado and finally back to Little Italy for supper.
Dreading to go back to the heat. Love it here in Long Beach. Belmont Shore reminds me of Little Italy in Downtown San Diego.
Music takes to the streets of Little Italy Saturday July 21st! THE CLASSIC Block Party in downtown, StreetBeat San Diego welcome headliners John Kay & Steppenwolf and Blue Oyster Cult for the event brought to you by Anthology and 101.5 KGB.
We got home tonight from another wonderful vacation in California. We were able to spend a day with my brother enjoying San Diego and Little Italy, the kids love being with Uncle Donato. Then we went to Huntington Beach where we got stay with our favorite Aunt and Uncle. Capri and Rocco love going there and spending time with their family. We spent another day at Disneyland and enjoyed the new rides at California Adventure. Rocco only wanted to see the characters and did not want to go on any of the rides. Capri is the opposite she is scared of the characters and loves the rides. We went to a fun family reunion and hung out on the beach a couple of days. Now we are home and back to reality. Now I will just have to look forward to the next trip there this fall.
...today I had a chance to visit the studio of Mee Kyung Shim... a South Korean artist with a studio here at Little Italy in San Diego...her art is phenomenal...
Tom and I are having a real "cool" (really-we are in sweat shirts and jeans) time in San Diego! We had a wonderful dinner in Little Italy and walked it off at Seaport Village. Here to celebrate our grandson Jackson's 4 th birthday on Sunday.
It’s festival season in San Diego and what better way to enjoy the city than to enjoy it for free! Here are our 3 for Free this weekend in San Diego: 1) 18th Annual Sicilian Festival The music, dance, culture and cuisine of Sicily come to the streets of Downtown San Diego’s Little Italy neighborhood on May 20 with four performance stages, a parade of costumed dancers, musicians and more. Stop by our Booth and say Hello. 2) 16th Annual North Park Festival of the Arts On May 20, head over to North Park for this free festival that has grown into a local tradition embracing a diverse line-up of bands, dancers and artists into one marathon day of performances spread across six stages. The North Park Festival of the Arts celebrates all types of art forms in its Juried Arts Area with over 40 artists. There will be something for everyone including the kids as the Hands-On Arts area returns offering children the chance to participate in free, interactive activities designed to stimulate and inspire their imagi ...
Just got back from My Mother's Day 24 hours in San Diego. Spent time in the Gaslamp District. So much has changed. It is like San Francisco. Even a Ghiradelli's. Then went to Little Italy and the Harbor for Lunch. Anthony's sucked. Was looking forward to it. Could not even get near the Mission too crowded. Finished up driving thru Old Town. Will stop there next time for more in depth touring.
Looking for chiropractor office, Doctors office, Hair Salon, Accupuncture office space in the Little Italy, Hillcrest, Mission Hills or Downtown Areas of San Diego! Anyone know of any?
Monday, May 7 is the 6th Anniversary of Larry Zeiger Day in San Diego (Mayor's Proclamation) - so let's celebrate - meet at ZIA'S BISTRO in Little Italy at 1845 India Street by the fountain on the corner of India and Fir from 5pm - 7pm for Happy Hour! And then - a wine walk - who knows!? Let me know if you can attend - so I can give them an estimate of how many people. Hope to see you on Monday! (It shouldn't be a work day. . .)
I was downtown with all of San Diego wandering around alone, and taking in all the Art on display throughout Little Italy. It has been a year since I have been drawn into the talent and fascination of artists.So I have spent lots of time just wondering about seeing whats out there. Jerry Saltz has recently written an piece How To Make It In The Art World,The New Rule Book In The New York magazine.Through all my conversations, and observations what he writes is right on it.Read it.
Just finished two more poems: Normal is a Setting on a Dryer and The Never Ending Kiss. Tomorrow morning I will teach my class via the OABS on Old Testament history and then Randy and I travel to the Los Angelos area to help a congregation in their community and then we travel back to San Diego. On Sunday we will visit several of our friends who are involved with the San Diego Artwalk in the Little Italy area of town and that is where we will enjoy a peaceful lunch in sunny San Diego.aw...love you. Donald Underwood
Gloomy at the beach this weekend. After a relaxing friday off, decided to daytrip to San Diego. Started with Fodor's recommendation of Bread & Cie in the Hillcrest area, the Artichoke Frittata Panini, to die for. Other than some great fixer upper homes, not much to do. Next was Little Italy since we are not trekking there this year (John is coming home! Yay!) The farmers market was going on and the sun came out but we didn't see anything that caught our interest so on to the Stone Brewing Company John and I went in Escondido and the place was hoppin. The beer was great, the atmosphere wonderful! The pretzel with mustard and cheese fantastic. My youngest, Christopher says the tour is worth the money and the charcuterie is a good choice but since I lost 30 pounds turning vegan that wasn't a choice. Lot's of people were ordering the Mac n Cheese with sausage, which looked really good. That's whats up in the Beimer household. Happy April!
I am so happy and I don't even know why.. Well I guess it is because I just cleaned my apartment and a clean mind starts with a clean home. Now begins the season of a sunny San Diego. I have replaced my old habit of going out and trying to meet ladies on the dance floor to an endless Donna Summer song playing over in my head to my new favorite and much more fulfilling hobby. Waking up early in the morning on a bright and sunny Little Italy day and going to Pete's Meats Sausage shop and hanging out with all the old Sicilian Men talking about the good old days, the endless corruption, How good the "old country" is, saying Ciao Bella to all the beautiful women who walk by to make them feel good about themselves even though they think they are too good for us. Maybe it is because they are too busy and in a rush to go to the Ivy or Hardrock pool party so they can do lots of blow with ugly guys with tribal tattoos. How else could they catch a photographers attention so they can post ten pictures of themselves a ...
Alex & I in San Diego. Going to see Science Museum today. My non-science boy chose this museum. Great restaurant - Mona Lisa in Little Italy
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