List of Activities and Venues in Little Italy
Little Italy is a funky neighborhood of San Diego that is located in the downtown sector. The neighborhood was once mainly a fishing neighborhood made up of Portuguese and Italian immigrants. Now, the neighborhood houses residential spaces, restaurants, and multiple shopping venues.
Mercato is the name of the farmer’s market that is open on Wednesdays in Little Italy. Visitors can purchase local produce that is fresh at fair prices. More things to do in San Diego can be see here.
Waterfront Bar and Grill
This restaurant is a fun and exciting place that has a live DJ at night. Fish and chicken tacos are the most popular items on the menu.
This plaza publicly honors GySgt John Basilone and the other men of twentieth century wars that never made it back home. The plaza has fountains, statues, and several places to relax and hang out. Discover more here.
This family friendly museum was founded in 1962. It is located in what was once the San Diego Number 6 fire station. Visitors can rent this venue, which has a fully functioning kitchen. Some of the hottest display items include a piece of steel from the World Trade Center and a horse drawn steam engine.