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Review for Duke's La Jolla by Melody
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Food, customer service, views and ambiance were amazing. Highly recommend.
Review for El Primero Hotel by Brenda
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Our stay there was awesome.
Pros: Lovely rooms ,great breakfast and the owners are the nicest,sweetest people.
Cons: None
Review for A Brooklyn Pizzeria by M
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The man that owns this place was trying to sell me a car. I’ve never met him and knew nothing about him because I found the car ad on Craigslist. ..
Review for Interior Designer San Diego by Olivia
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When we first met the Interior Designer San Diego team we knew we had found what we needed: a group of young, enthusiastic, sensitive designers. And also as we soon ..
Pros: Very professional as well as friendly.
Review for The Carlsbad Movers by Anonymous
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Really great movers. Moving is the worst. And with Corona virus things are even crazier than usual. This was the best moving company I've ever worked with. Guys were very ..
Pros: They did a great job and they charged exactly what they said they would.
Cons: The biggest complaint is that I didn't know about them sooner!
Review for Hamilton's Tavern by Mike
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Pros: A classic. Love Hamilton's. Always great beer selection, really excellent grilled sammiches, and pool/shuffleboard.
Cons: Not a whole lot else to "do" from an entertainment perspective, but with awesome beers and pub grub and a few good friends, what else do you need. It gets ..

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Little Italy in San Diego, California is a delightful way to experience the traditions and delicious food that acknowledge the great Italian influence and culture that have enhanced this country. Located in downtown San Diego, Little Italy was originally an Italian fishing neighborhood in the early 1900's (making it into the world's tuna industry center), but when Interstate 5 was constructed in the early 1970's, it destroyed 35% of the neighborhood. However, in 1996 the Little Italy Association, comprised of property and business owners, decided to rebuild and beautify their area, which now offers art galleries and public art displays, retail shops with memorabilia, excellent restaurants, frequent and annual celebration events, as well as residential developments including high rises and lofts. You may want to plan your visit around one or more of the following annual events In February the Little Italy Carnevale is a mask and costume competition. The annual Mission Federal ArtWalk in April (the largest art event in the region) has celebrated 25 years and offers fine art, dance and music performances, family activities, and, of course, delicious food. May finds the Festivale Siciliano with Sicilian cuisine and entertainment. September brings the Italian Motorsport Show.October has the largest Italian festival except for New York City (Precious Festa) with its entertainment, Painting Festival, other tournaments, crafter and food booths.

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