Even having lived in San Diego for over 20 years, I still find myself discovering new parts of the city that I had never even heard of before. Most everyone that has been to San Diego has heard of Seaport Village, but you might not know all the secret treasures that it may contain! Seaport Village is San Diego’s link between the city’s thriving downtown scene and the famous San Diego Bay. Guaranteed in this 14-acre waterfront shopping, dining, and entertainment complex you will find something that captures your attention!
Seaport Village is adjacent to the Embarcadero Park North, just a little more than 5 minutes from the airport and cruise ship terminal. You can easily find yourself spending all day there just exploring one of the 54 unique shops, relaxing and chatting with friends at one of the 13 casual eateries, and or splurging at one of the 4 fine dining restaurants. If you are visiting San Diego for the first time, this is definitely one spot you want to make sure to check out!
In addition to all the great entertainment and eateries that Seaport Village offers, they are doing their part to help sustain San Diego’s beautiful “Big Bay”. Some of their current initiatives include single-stream recycling, strategically placed recycling containers for customer use, Waste Vegetable Oil collected by New Leaf Biofuel and converted to biodiesel, and water reclamation practices that have been put in place to protect our storm drains.