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Little Italy, San Diego

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Restaurants, retail shops, home design stores, and art galleries line this street in Little Italy. The street was originally an Italian tuna-fishing neighborhood up until the late 1960's and continues to be home to many Italian families. Maintained by the Little Italy Neighborhood Association, this area is a destination for fine Italian wines and gourmet Italian meals. Although the neighborhood is predominantly Italian, a couple of different restaurants offer more variety: A British pub and a craft beer, wine, and sake bar offer late-night dining and drinking. Klarna Trips's itinerary builder makes planning a San Diego trip simple and quick.
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  • As one would expect, Little Italy has plenty of Italian restaurants and pizza parlors. The area was crowded, obviously, very popular. There are also some shops in the area. 
    As one would expect, Little Italy has plenty of Italian restaurants and pizza parlors. The area was crowded, obviously, very popular. There are also some shops in the area.  more »
  • We happened to make it to Little Italy on Wednesday which was amazing because there was a farmers market that ran till 3pm. It was a lot of fun. We would recommend it. 
    We happened to make it to Little Italy on Wednesday which was amazing because there was a farmers market that ran till 3pm. It was a lot of fun. We would recommend it.  more »
  • I loved staying in this part of san diego. Closer to downtown can feel really busy but Little Italy feels much cozier. The train station is close by and takes you right to downtown and to the... 
    I loved staying in this part of san diego. Closer to downtown can feel really busy but Little Italy feels much cozier. The train station is close by and takes you right to downtown and to the...  more »
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  • Cute. I've heard better things about it than I experienced however it was still lovely. The farmers market that is.
  • Lots of great Italian Restaurants and cider shops. They do get busy. I had trouble getting in for late lunch (2pm) with my son. “We are not sitting right now”, was the answer at one of the places. We ended up being welcomed at this awesome Sogno DiVino restaurant and really enjoyed our meal. You probably need about 2 hours if you are going to eat there or 1hr if you just want to explore and have coffee.

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