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...
Top of the Bay
Start your weekend off big with after-work cocktails surrounded by a veritable gaggle of gays in the bayview penthouse restaurant of the...
Mimmo’s Italian Village
In a tall-ceilinged space decorated like (wait for it) an Italian village complete with mini Ponte Vecchio, Mimmo’s deli serves salads,...
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Lonely Planet review
Old-school Little Italy spot, the kind with a brass rail and marble floor for a bang-up Italian dinner. There’s a pizza menu like a phone book, pastas and meat and seafood dishes, but save room (or make a special stop) for pastries by the dozen or a freezer-case’s worth of gelati .