El Campo Santo
Continuing east, after San Diego Ave forks right at Conde St, you’ll find this cemetery which dates from 1849. It is the resting place...
Two blocks from the Old Town perimeter sits the city’s oldest brick building (circa 1856), officially certified as haunted by the US...
Casa de Carillo
Just north of Old Town, this house dates from about 1820 and is said to be the oldest house in San Diego. It is now the pro shop for the...
Old Town Saloon
This one’s for the locals, so be cool. Swill a Bud Light, and play pool at one of four tables.
Old Town Mexican Café
Other restaurants come and go, but this place has been in this busy adobe with hardwood booths since the 1970s. While you wait to be...
2304 San Diego Ave · interesting places nearby
El Agave information
Candlelight flickers in this romantic 2nd-floor, white-tablecloth, high-end place catering to cognoscenti. The mole is superb (there are 10 types to choose from), and there are a whopping 1500 different tequilas covering just about every bit of wall space and in racks overhead, enough that it calls itself a tequila museum.