Springtime is the perfect time of year to head to California. Spring Break in San Diego season offers tourists plenty of opportunities for fun and relaxation. With plenty of nightlife, San Diego has parties galore. Check out the different areas of the city. Little Italy, the East Village and Downtown San Diego all offer plenty of places to hang. Whether you’re in town to check out the restaurants or one of the many clubs, spring break is one of the best times to go.

San Diego Areas:
Little Italy is full of Italian San Diego restaurants. Check out Buon Appetito, Little Italy Spaghetteria or the Red Velvet wine bar.

Downtown San Diego offers is a fantastic area to find clubs.
During San Diego spring break, check out the downtown area. Popular downtown San Diego Restaurants include, Candelas, Il Fornaio and an iris pub called, Field. Restaurant Rama is also a great place to check out some tasty treats. San Diego’s East Village is the largest and fastest growing area of Downtown San Diego. This kitschy, artsy area is full of restaurants, bars, nightclubs, art galleries and even a recording studio. To check out some of the bars and restaurants during spring break, try El Vitral Taco and Tequila Lounge, East Village Wine Bar, or Fifty Seven Degrees.

San Diego Spring Break Nightlife:
San Diego is known for its parties and nightlife. The Gas Lamp District, San Diego’s historic district, offers club hopping and partying until the venues close at three in the morning. Some of the Gas Lamp District’s venues and clubs to check out include, the Blarney Stone, Whiskey Girl and Maloney’s. During spring break, these places host some of the craziest parties in San Diego. Traffic from bars spills out into the streets and into many of the hotels and hostels in this district the city of San Diego refers to as, “better than the French District in New Orleans.”

Whether you’re visiting or a local experiencing spring break in your own city, San Diego is happening.