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Those looking for short term rentals San Diego have plenty of dining options to choose from when visiting San Diego. There are cuisines of all kinds to choose from. For example, those interested in American dishes may want to head to the Hillcrest neighborhood and visit Bertrand at Mister A's. You may also want to visit George's at the Cove and Nine-Ten, both of which can be found in La Jolla.

Anyone interested in French cuisine may want to check out Chez Loma in Coronado or Tapenade in La Jolla. La Jolla is also host to The Marine Room, which is perhaps the most popular French restaurant, and one of the most popular restaurants overall in San Diego. Italian cuisine fans have Cucina Urbana in Hillcrest and Piatti in La Jolla to choose from. For Mexican food fans, there's Candelas in Downtown and El Agave Tequileria in Old Town.

For people seeking a San Diego furnished apartment who are looking for a lively night scene, this city has you covered. There are plenty of bars, taverns, pubs, and clubs to check out.

LOUNGEsix is a rooftop bar located atop Solamar Terrace in the Gaslamp Quarter. Another bar is found at the Turf Supper Club in Golden Hill. There is a gimmick to this place where food is served raw, allowing you to cook it yourself. Top of the Hyatt is located at the top of the Manchester Grand Hyatt in Downtown San Diego. From there, you can see spectacular views of the city, the harbor and of Coronado. Craft & Commerce is a pub found in San Diego’s Little Italy where you can get beer, cocktails and food. Some other places you may consider checking out are Shakespeare Pub & Grille, Nunu's Cocktail Lounge, Noble Experiment, and Starlite San Diego.

People who are more interested in going out to dance clubs or to see live performances are also in luck. Found in the Gaslamp Quarter, Croce's Restaurant & Jazz Bar features live jazz and rhythm 'n' blues acts. The Belly Up Tavern is a life performance tavern that has hosted acts like Lucinda Williams, Toots & The Maytals, and Frank Black. It can be found in Solana Beach, a roughly 30-minute drive north of San Diego. The Onyx Room in the Gaslamp Quarter features live DJs and other types of live music to dance to. Some other clubs you may want to check out include The Casbah, Boudoir, AMSDconcerts, Ivy Nightclub, and 4th & B.

For the shoppers, San Diego offers a wide variety of large shopping malls, small stores, and many areas around the city to fit all your shopping needs. Fashion Valley is a mall found in Mission Valley. At this mall you will find many of the upscale shopping stores, such as Nordstrom, JC Penney, Macy's, Nieman Marcus, and Bloomingdale’s. Otay Ranch Town Center is found in Chula Vista just south of San Diego. This is a mall where you can find many of the major department stores, such as Apple, H&M, and Ann Taylor. A five-level outdoor shopping mall, Westfield Horton Plaza can be found in Downtown San Diego. Other malls and shopping centers to check out include Westfield Plaza Bonita, Grossmont Center, and Chula Vista Center.

Some of the smaller (but popular) shops include Warwick's Books, a bookstore located in La Jolla. The Wine Bank is a popular wine shop found in the Gaslamp quarter. At M-Theory Music, you can purchase music CD’s, DVD's, and possibly even catch the occasional in-store band appearance.

As for popular shopping areas, Gaslamp Quarter is where you will find many upscale stores to choose from. Little Italy is a popular place to find shopping stores for art, design, and home furnishings. In Hillcrest you will find many smaller shops offering housewares, used books, and vintage clothing.

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