Hotels, within walking distance
Britts Scripps Inn: http://brittscripps.com/
This quaint bed and breakfast is located right across the street from the restaurant and within walking distance of Balboa Park.
Keating House: http://www.keatinghouse.com/
This historic Victorian style house from the late 1800’s is located two blocks away from Mister A’s. Converted to a bed and breakfast with multiple rooms, in the mid 1980’s
Inn at the Park: http://www.shellhospitality.com/hotels/inn_at_the_park/index.html
A historic all-suite boutique hotel located centrally too many San Diego sights, located just five blocks north of the restaurant.
Hotels, just a short cab ride away
These hotels are within walking distance of many San Diego attractions such as Seaport Village, The Midway, The Embarcadero, Horton Plaza and Petco Park
Hilton Bayfront: www.hilton.com/sandiegobayfront
Westin Gaslamp: www.westin.com/sandiego
Embassy Suites: www.embassysuites.hilton.com/sandiego
Hotels, across the bay on Coronado Island
Hotel Del Coronado: http://www.hoteldel.com/
Loews Coronado Bay: http://www.loewshotels.com/en/Coronado-Bay-Resort
The Old Globe: http://oldglobe.org/
The internationally-acclaimed, Tony® Award-winning Old Globe is one of the most renowned regional theatres in the country, and has stood as San Diego’s flagship arts institution for over 75 years.
San Diego Civic Theatre: http://www.sandiegotheatres.org/
The 2,967 seat San Diego Civic Theatre is the regions largest and greatest attended performing arts venue.
San Diego Symphony: http://www.sandiegosymphony.org
Historic Copley Symphony Hall, home of the San Diego Symphony, is regarded as one of the finest classical music venues on the West Coast.
Spreckels Organ Pavillion: http://sosorgan.com/
The Spreckels Organ Pavilion is the home of the world’s largest outdoor pipe organ with over 4,500 pipes. Constructed for the 1915 Pan American Exposition, the Pavilion is located in the heart of Balboa Park and is the setting for a wide variety of public and civic events.
is an animal theme park, oceanarium, and marine mammal park, located in San Diego, California
World Famous San Diego Zoo: http://www.sandiegozoo.org/
The 100-acre (40-hectare) Zoo is home to over 4,000 rare and endangered animals representing more than 800 species and subspecies, and a prominent botanical collection with more than 700,000 exotic plants
Historic Balboa Park: http://www.balboapark.org/
The nation’s largest urban cultural park, home to 15 major museums, renowned performing arts venues, beautiful gardens and the San Diego Zoo
Seaport Village: http://www.seaportvillage.com/
Opened in 1980, a wonderful 14 acre waterfront shopping, dining and entertainment complex recreating a harbor side setting of a century ago.
The Gaslamp District: http://www.gaslamp.org/
A rare historic neighborhood located in the midst of a burgeoning downtown, the Gaslamp Quarter is comprised of 16 ½ city blocks functioning as San Diego’s premier destination for shopping, dining and entertainment.
San Diego Maritime Museum: http://www.sdmaritime.org/
The museum has one of the world’s finest collections of historic ships, including the world’s oldest active ship the Star of India.
Cabrillo National Monument: http://www.nps.gov/cabr/index.htm
National monument located at the southern tip of Point Loma, commemorating the landing of Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo at San Diego Bay on September 28, 1542
Petco Park: http://mlb.mlb.com/sd/ballpark/index.jsp
Open-air ballpark located in Downtown. The home park of Major League Baseball’s San Diego Padres
Little Italy: http://www.littleitalysd.com/
A stable ethnic business and residential community that has been around since the 1920?s
San Diego Breweries
San Diego is earning a reputation as the nation’s foremost authority on microbreweries.
Stone Brewing: http://www.stonebrew.com
Ballast Point: http://www.ballastpoint.com/
For a full listing of breweries in San Diego please go to http://www.sandiegobrewersguild.org/