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About Little Italy
Food, food, food! Just outside downtown along the bay, Little Italy serves generous helpings of Italian pasta plus English pub fare, burgers, upscale Chinese, and Argentine steaks. Little Italy was once the hub for Italian fishermen who worked San Diego's tuna fleets—but when the boats sailed off, the bayfront became its own attraction. Since the neighborhood is close to the airport, zoo, downtown, and Sea World, there are several boutique hotels and a B&B here. This district stays classy, clean, and walkable. Burn off that tiramisu browsing the San Diego Firehouse Museum and the local architectural salvage shop.
Read more about San Diego's Little Italy on Hipmunk's Little Italy Neighborhood Guide.
About San Diego
Dream of California, and you're halfway to San Diego already: sandy beaches and seafood bistros in La Jolla, sailors sipping craft brews along 30th St., future stars making stage debuts in University Heights, pandas at the Zoo, snorkeling in Coronado, and summer romance year-round in the mood-lit Gaslamp Quarter.
Read more about San Diego on Hipmunk's San Diego City Guide.
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