San Diego is currently operating under the red level guidelines provided by the State of California. Hotels are currently open, as are San Diego's outdoor attractions, beautiful parks, and beaches. Outdoor and indoor dining is allowed with limited capacity. Many attractions, museums, retail stores and shopping malls are also open with limited capacity.
An ideal climate, 70 miles of scenic coastline, and diverse topography attract outdoor enthusiasts to San Diego year-round.
San Diegoattractions currently require reservations and advance ticket purchases to create a safe and fun environment for all guests. Located on the edge of Fault Line Park in the East Village, this Asian restaurant draws attention to Issan cuisine, the traditional food of the northeastern region of Thailand. San Diego may be known as a relaxing beach destination to kick off your shoes, but local residents have a passion for sports and recreation that extends as deep as the Pacific.
In addition to its excellent Texas-style barbecue (and Argentinian specialties on Sundays), the restaurant has expanded its menu to include more vegan options, side dishes and desserts. The San Diego Bayfair World Series of Powerboat Racing, a family festival tradition for more than 40 years, reaches the finish line. San Diego is home to many of Southern California's top attractions with plenty of options for fun-loving, adventure-seeking explorers. All locations (South Park, Liberty Station, Encinitas), except San Marcos, are open on Mondays for your Italian cravings.
Whether you're looking to crush screen time and tire teens out or just relax on the beach and reconnect as a family, San Diego was ideal for vacations of all ages. Once again, it's time to enjoy safe and fun in San Diego at world-class attractions, museums, aquariums, beautiful gardens, restaurants, breweries, wineries and wide open spaces where outdoor activities abound. Influenced by European bistros, this casual neighborhood restaurant and wine bar is located along 101 in Leucadia. With the prevailing staffing shortage in San Diego, finding a restaurant open on Mondays can be a difficult prospect.
San Diego's most elegant hot pot restaurant is part of a well-known brand that has been operating in China for more than two decades. San Diego's museums, aquariums, and historic sites are ready to safely welcome visitors inside and explore everything from fine art and science to oceanography and maritime history. Chef Steve Brown's largest restaurant to date brings together a wagyu beef butcher shop, hamburgers and a steakhouse experience in a spacious space in Pacific Beach. Young, old, thrill-seekers, curious minds, sports buffs, culture buffs, poolside loungers and spa-seekers San Diego has something for everyone, all year round.