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June 18, 2009

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Rick Garcia

Ya gotta eat, and Tommy's Burgers at the corner of Beverly and Rampart will feed the weary traveler 24 hours a day. The crowd is eclectic, to say the least, and varies depending on the time of day, but the food is always good. They have several locations around the city now, but the quality control isn't what it should be, and the taste varies widely. Go to Beverly and Rampart and eat at the shack.

Crystal Star

Take a trip to Ocean beach , walk along the pier out there, which is really awseome. I think its one of the largest in the world. It has a cafe on it. Also Visit sunset cliffs. Theres earth bowl carved into the side of the cliffs. If your there, you can def find some bud around. And do smoke! On Wednesdays they have a flea market out in ocean beach, lots of artists come and musicians. Good times. Also if your gonna eat in ocean beach do try one of HoDads burgers!
Amazingness. Top that off with a red trolly or fat tire. What else do you need in life? lol

earth bowl


On Pier looking at sunset cliffs!

donna

the museum of jurassic technology in culver city.

jenjen

While San Diego is a great place for beaches and beers, there's also lots of great local music happening. Some of the best up-to-the-minute guides on what to check out are http://sddialedin.com and http://urbanistguide.com/ (I have no affiliation with either site - not spamming!) - yore pal in SD

richard

These are great. May I make a suggestion?

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