Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church
Built in 1925, this is still a hub for Little Italy activity. Its rich ceiling murals, painted by an Italian who was flown over to do...
This museum preserves a historic collection of fire-fighting equipment and has exhibits depicting some of San Diego’s ‘hottest’ moments...
San Diego’s first liquor license was granted to this place in the 1930s (it was on the waterfront until the harbor was filled and the...
Filippi’s Pizza Grotto
There are often lines out the door for Filippi’s old-school Italian cooking (pizza, spaghetti and ravioli) served on...
Lonely Planet review
Bencotto melds the old with the new of Little Italy – contemporary, angular, multistory, architect-designed, arty and green – and the food is great too, from fresh-sliced prosciutto to pasta a modo tuo (your way), with a over 100 potential combos of fresh pasta and sauce.