- Do yourself a huge favor: skip the hotel breakfast and go find brunch. Check out some of these recommendations instead, including Richard Walker's Pancake House and Great Maple to name a few.
- Don't be afraid to go off the beaten path here in search of that perfect burrito. If you're looking for something a little more upscale be sure to try Coasterra.
- San Diego boasts some of the best craft breweries in the country. If you're a fan of craft beers, you are not going to want to miss this opportunity.
In this week’s episode of the Wright Brothers Podcast, San Diego locals Corey and Casey give up all the insider secrets to the best of San Diego.
The National Association of Realtors is holding its convention in the brothers’ hometown this week. If you’re visiting, Corey and Casey made sure they’ve got you covered. They give all the best recommendations for food, nightlife, healthy living options and cool places to see. They also tell you what not to do and where not to tread.
They also talk about the things, in their opinion, that San Diego does better than just about everyone else. To see the full list of high-end restaurants, trendy eateries, sports bars, dive bars, best-kept secrets, sushi, sweet indulgences and the best places to work out, shop and travel, make sure to check out the entire episode.
For now, here are three sneak peeks of what San Diego is known for:
Breakfast and brunch
There are so many good options, you are not going to want to waste a meal here. Do yourself a huge favor and skip the hotel breakfast. Check out some of these recommendations instead, including Richard Walker’s Pancake House and Great Maple, to name a few.
Breakfast is always popular, and that will mean longer-than-average waits in most places. If you can schedule your brunch experience for a weekday and avoid the weekends, you won’t have to wait nearly as long.
There are few who will argue with the assertion that San Diego has some of the best Mexican food you’ll find anywhere in the U.S. However, specific restaurant recommendations are a contentious issue because everyone has their personal favorites, and they’re all different.
One key thing to note is that the further you get from the downtown area, the better the food will be in general. Don’t be afraid to go off the beaten path here in search of that perfect burrito. If you’re looking for something a little more upscale, be sure to try Coasterra.
If you have time during your stay, you’re definitely going to want to schedule a brewery tour. San Diego boasts some of the best craft breweries in the country. If you’re a fan of craft beers, you are not going to want to miss this opportunity.
Tune in to the podcast for the entire list of recommendations as well as insider tips and tricks to make your stay in San Diego fun and memorable.