Artsy Neighborhoods in San Diego
Gaslamp City Square
As the "historic heart of downtown San Diego", the Gaslamp Quarter is nearly 20 blocks of Victorian-style facades featuring funky boutiques, trendy restaurants and lively entertainment. Once upon a time, the Gaslamp Quarter served as the "red light" district of the city. Over 100 years later, this district has established itself as a local hot spot with over 40 nightclubs, 100 restaurants and numerous art galleries and performance theaters. Convenient to some of the most attractive elements of downtown San Diego, Gaslamp District is always exciting, awake and alive.
Nestled near Balboa Park, Hillcrest is one of the most vibrant, dynamic and diverse neighborhoods in San Diego. With an eclectic vibe breathing new life into the sleek and sexy architecture reminiscent of 1920's, this open and inviting district is home to some of the best nightlife in the city and serves as the epicenter for both San Diego's LBGT community and its thriving foodie movement.
North park features an interesting mix of businesses, arts, apartment complexes and single family dwellings. With Craftsman bungalows that reflect the memory of suburbia, this neighborhood is a sprawling urban melting pot with a staggering variety of coffee shops, art galleries,...