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Sea Port Village
Even before browsing any of our 54 specialty merchants or perusing the menus of our 17 restaurants, you'll sense a difference at Seaport Village. It's shopping that doesn't quite feel like it. Four miles of tree-lined paths. Quaint maritime buildings. Fourteen acres of coastal paradise. Sweeping panoramas of San Diego's Big Bay. Weekly music and entertainment. All of it made even better by that everyday San Diego sun. Whether shopping, dining or just strolling, Seaport Village provides it all. Everything. Under the sun.
On your next trip to San Diego you can be assured of two things: the weather will be amazing and you'll discover lots to do at Seaport Village. Whether whiling away a whole day or just stepping out for an hour, our 50-plus diverse shops , 17 unique eateries and outdoor entertainment will more than satisfy. Come explore Seaport Village's sprawling tropical grounds and find everything under
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A 14 acre waterfront shopping, dining and entertainment complex recreating a harbor side setting of a century ago. Includes 54 one of a kind shops, 13 casual dining eateries, 4 fine dining waterfront restaurants. Opened in 1980.
Downtown San Diego on West Harbor Drive and Pacific Highway. Adjacent to Embarcadero Park North. 5 minute drive from the airport & cruise ship terminal. The boardwalk connects with the Convention Center, Marriott Hotel & Marina, Manchester Grand Hyatt and Midway Museum.
Over 90,000 square feet.
Four miles of meandering cobblestone pathways bordered by ponds, lakes, fountains and colorful, lush landscaping. Quarter mile boardwalk along the San Diego Bay.
Four bay-view dining restaurants. Thirteen international eateries. Shops
Unique clothing, gifts, hats, mugs, kites, wind chimes, music boxes, jewelry, hot sauces, art galleries, bookstore/coffeehouse and more!
A monthly calendar features live musical entertainment including blues, jazz, country and swing. A talented cast of street performers and artisans—caricaturists,face painters, balloon sculptors, oriental brush art—complete the line up. 1895 Antique carousel with hand carved animals by Charles Loof.
Seaport Village is built on landfill over Punta de los Muertos (Point of the Dead) where the Spanish expedition of 1782 buried those who had died of scurvy. In later years it was a railroad yard where goods and other products were unloaded from ships and loaded aboard trains for shipment east. Seaport Village broke ground in 1978 and opened in 1980.
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Shops at Seaport Village
With over 50 places to shop, we very well might have everything. Clothing for women, men and kids. Souvenirs, art, toys. Gifts for others, gifts for yourself. And in between the variety in all the shops, the everything continues—a lagoon, a carousel, a marina and much more.
CLICK ANY SHOP BELOW for an idea of all that you can browse and buy here.
A Few of My Favorite Things
There's well over a 1,000 figurines inside—Precious Moments, Wee Forest Folk, Vanmark Collectibles, Lilliput Lane, Betty Boop, Cherished Teddies, Suzy's Zoo, I Love Lucy, Coots and Biddies, Peanuts and many more to make you smile.
Restaurants at Seaport Village
Most any craving can be satisfied here. Dine at any of four restaurants or nibble, snack or chow down at more than a dozen smaller eateries. Surf and turf to burgers and pizza. Ice cream, cookies, popcorn. Whatever. Thirst's covered too—sodas, milkshakes, lemonade, beer, wine, cocktails and, well, too many drinks. One last decision to make: a table inside or out on the deck with a view of the bay?
CLICK ANY EATERY BELOW for a little taste of all that's edible and drinkable here.
A Little Less Casual
A Little More Casual
Buster's Beach House & Longboard BarWhether an ethnic dish or something more familiar like burgers and pizza, Buster infuses his food with the tastes of the tropics. Breakfast, lunch and dinner here are often flavored with ginger, jasmine, sesame, hoisin or chutney.