San Diego Chinese Historical Museum
The historic heart of San Diego’s Chinese community is 3rd Ave. Immigrants were once taught English and religion in the Chinese Mission...
New Children’s Museum
This interactive children’s museum is new both chronologically (opened 2008) and conceptually, in that it's interactive art meant for...
Gaslamp Museum & William Heath Davis House
This house, a pre-fab affair brought from Maine in 1850, contains a small museum with 19th-century furnishings. From here, the Gaslamp...
Guinness? Check. Corned beef? Check. But what sets this rambling pub apart is its selection of nightly music. Try to go when the band...
The look is art-deco ocean liner, and the service is just as elegant, with an oyster bar and creations like Maryland blue-crab cakes and...
222 Island Ave · interesting places nearby
Café 222 information
Downtown’s favorite breakfast place serves renowned peanut butter and banana French toast; buttermilk, orange-pecan or granola pancakes; and eggs in scrambles or benedicts. They also sell lunchtime sandwiches and salads, but we always go for breakfast (available until closing).