Enjoy panoramic skyline views from the cozy enclosed cabin during meal service, then head upstairs and hold each other close on the open-air observation deck.
The South Bay Theater in San Diego County is actually the oldest theater in the city, first opened in 1953.
Given the city's booming culinary scene and a handful of iconic local cuisines, a delicious foodie tour can easily be found in San Diego.
The aptly-named Sunset Cliffs have drawn lovers for decades, providing the perfect spot for viewing nature’s epic nightly show.
This whale-watching cruise takes you aboard a replica of a historic sailing schooner that won the first America’s Cup sailing competition in 1851.
Then, all you need are some snacks, water, and perhaps a swimsuit if it’s warm enough for a quick dip.
As one of the world's largest and most popular zoos, this San Diego institution is well known for its conservation efforts.
American Comedy Co. is a big name in the scene, hosting both A-list headliners and emerging talent.
Bringing together wine, art and memorable souvenirs to hang on the walls of the house, a paint-and-sip experience in San Diego for creative couples.