East Coast transplant who has made it her mission to know San Diego like the back of her hand.
Super Cute! Apartment for Rent!
End of 34th Street
Carmelite Monastery of San Diego
North Adams Community Patrol Sign
Intersection of Raymond Place and Sydney Place
Kensington Mini Park
Kensington Pet Supply & Dog Wash
Clan Rince School of Irish Dance
Local Native: Edgeware Gallery is the newest gallery in the Kensington District of San Diego, and has the distinction of featuring both disabled and non-disabled artists. Proceeds from the sales of both originals and prints fund research to develop and validate an effective treatment for people on the autism spectrum.
Local Native: OpenMinds' Kensington studio offers classes for youth and adults that encourage creativity, curiosity, and a better understanding of our world community. The classes weave life skills into all activities, with the goal of helping each student stay curious, be creative and better understand themselves and their own individual brilliance.
Clems Tap House
Kensington Pediatric Dentistry
Local Native: The award-winning Saffron Thai Grilled Chicken is San Diego’s first authentic Thai restaurant. Owner Su-Mei Yu opened the quaint take-out eatery on India Street’s restaurant row in 1985, infusing spirituality with healthy cooking to develop an exotic menu that specializes in one tasty entrée: saffron-marinated chicken prepared with traditional Thai methods. Reasonable prices, a quick-service atmosphere, and fresh seasonal fare make Saffron a favorite amongst San Diegans.
Shakespeare's Corner Shoppe
National Comedy Theatre
El Indio Mexican Restaurant and Catering
Blue Water Seafood Market & Grill
The Regal Begal
International Restaurant Row
Frank's Bakery & Gibaldi's Italian Bread
Intersection of Nutmeg Street and Columbia Street
San Diego Woman's Club
Britt Scripps Inn
Local Native: A Landmark Among Hotels in San Diego, is one of the finest examples of Victorian architecture in San Diego, the three-story Britt Scripps Inn has been completely restored to authentically reflect the craftsmanship and rich heritage of the late 1800s. The Queen Anne-style Victorian Inn, with its nine private rooms and bathrooms, combines turn-of-the century style and grandeur with contemporary luxury and personalized service.
St. Paul's Cathedral
The White Flower
Gourmet on 5th
Local Native: This store is designed to please the casual gourmet who is dedicated to eating well, but with no time or inclination to stand at the stove or linger in line at the grocery. It is modeled after the epicurian “Traiteur” shoppes of Europe, which offer deliciously sophisticated, fresh prepared foods “to go.” All dishes are made from scratch in the store, or in the larger kitchens of its sister restaurants: Hexagone on Laurel or French Market Grille in Rancho Berrnado.
Ohr Shalom Synagogue
First Church of Christ, Scientist
H. H. Timken House
Intersection of Laurel Street and Curlew Street
Corner of Laurel Street and Union Street
Local Native: Children's Park is the center piece of the 12-acre linear Martin Luther King, Jr., Promenade and is a testimonial to the success of downtown San Diego's redevelopment program. The dancing waters of the Port-financed fountain form a lively focal point for the reflecting pool and its surrounding park.
San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina
Local Native: The centerpiece of the inspiring San Diego Bay, San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina is a premier San Diego, CA, hotel with 1,360 guest rooms, 75,000 square feet of meeting space, a 446-slip marina and an environment that easily transitions from dynamic meetings to resort-style relaxation.
San Diego Convention Center
Local Native: The San Diego Convention Center is located on sparkling San Diego Bay in the heart of a vibrant downtown. Abundant, flexible space and five-star service make the San Diego Convention Center the meeting planner's choice for hosting major conventions, trade shows, meetings and special events.
San Diego Chinese Historical Museum Chuang Archive and Learning Center
Local Native: This museum’s exhibits share the heritage of San Diego’s Chinese community and the essence of Chinese arts and culture through historic photographs, miniature models, ancient artifacts and explanatory text. Special events also celebrate holidays like the Chinese New Year, the Moon Festival, and Veterans Day.
The Horton Grand Hotel
Hostel on 3rd
Tabac Specialty Coffee & Cigars
Corner of Market Street and 3rd Avenue
Local Native: Island Village offers stylish studio apartments with full private baths and private kitchenettes including microwaves. These fully furnished units feature a full size bed, nightstand, beautiful built-in birch entertainment centers with wall closet and computer desks. All utilities are paid. Each apartment provides high speed internet access as well as cable connection.
Newschool of Architecture & Design
Corner of G Street and 11th Avenue
Corner of F Street and 11th Avenue
Wall Mural on the East Village's Urban Art Trail
Pokez Mexican Restaurant
Local Native: Davy Architecture designs all types of places; place where people live, work, shop, learn, worship and play. Clients include development companies, school districts, business owners and municipalities. The firm offers services its San Diego home office to Arizona, Colorado, Nevada and Texas.
Local Native: Cowboy Star serves up a unique dining experience by combining contemporary American cuisine with a western flare. The restaurant features exposed beam ceilings‚ cowboy accents‚ and classic landscape photography. Cowboy Star’s full-service butcher shop provides a wide variety of meats. The walk-in retail space‚ adjoining the restaurant‚ is the source for the signature meat served in the restaurant.
East Village Street Banner
Local Native: Tavern+Bowl features a gourmet tavern menu that's affordable, great happy hours, daily specials and tons of event space. Whether catching a UFC fight or your favorite team on the HD flatscreens, grabbing a quick bite for lunch, taking a load off at happy hour, or hosting an unforgettable party, Tavern+Bowl is where you let the good times roll!
Teralta Neighborhood Park
Central Elementary School
Mid City Community Clinic: Shoukry Cristina L
Local Native: Mid-City Community Clinic is a non-profit, family-oriented, community health center, established in 1974. It focuses on delivering care to low-income families in multi-cultural communities. The clinic delivers care in several languages through the use of specially trained translators. These languages currently include English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Lao, Hmong, and French. Services provided include: Adult Medicine, Prenatal Care, Women’s Health Care, Men’s Health Care, Mental Health Services, Preventive Medicine, Reproductive Health Care, Diabetes Care Programs, and Urgent Care.
Local Native: The AjA Project is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that uses participatory photography methods and an assets-based model to transform the lives of displaced youth. Since its founding, AjA has provided long-term, community-based programming for over 1000 displaced youth, and has shared their visual narratives with over 1 million viewers through large-scale public exhibits, including the National Geographic Society’s Explorers Hall (2003), United Nations Headquarter (2004), and the San Diego Museum of Arts (2006).
La Maestra Community Health Centers
Local Native: Dedicated to transforming the health and well-being of low-income and immigrant residents through compassionate care, self-sufficiency and community participation, La Maestra Community Health Centers has grown into an award-winning health organization that serves on average 200 low-income residents a day and has treated an estimated 65,000 patients since 1990.