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Shop Unique & Imported Candies in Old Town

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Are your trick-or-treaters tired of getting the same generic candy each year? Did you know Old Town San Diego is home to four candy shops …

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Bazaar del Mundo Hosts Annual “Día de los Muertos” Celebration in Old Town

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In honor of Día de los Muertos – or “Day of the Dead” – Old Town’s Bazaar del Mundo and Casa Guadalajara are throwing a …

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Casa de Aguirre

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Casa de Aguirre In 1853, Don Jose Antonio Aguirre builds one of the first houses in Old Town San Diego, the Casa de Aguirre. Don …

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La Paloma: Marketplace of the Southwest

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La Paloma is Old Town’s premiere Marketplace of the Southwest. This wonderfully colorful and festive store has over 3000 square feet of resort, travel and …

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Old Town Tequila Factory: Dining with a View!

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The Old Town Tequila Factory Restaurant & Cantina is one-of-a-kind for San Diego…because it is located high atop a hill across from Heritage Park, overlooking …

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Trattoria Don Pietro: the Most Instagrammable Restaurant

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Trattoria Don Pietro After spending a lifetime of cooking Italian food and a few years in LA learning from the best restaurants in the industry, …

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Grand Opening: Casa Ocho!

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Casa Ocho started as a vendor at San Diego-area farmers markets, even winning “Best Vendor 2022” from San Diego Magazine. Partnering with local favorite Flor …

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Cool Off With Refreshing Drinks at Por Vida!

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On those days when the temperature is soaring, Por Vida has you covered. Choose from their amazing selection of aguas frescas, spicy lemonades, and cold …

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Día de Los Muertos 2022

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Old Town is one of San Diego’s most exciting communities to celebrate Día de los Muertos! This pre-Hispanic tradition originated in Mexico and pays tribute …

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La Casa de Estudillo

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Home to one of the state’s most distinguished 19th century families, La Casa de Estudillo was San Diego’s social and religious center during the Mexican …

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