I’m sharing some San Diego trip inspo this week. First up, Liberty Station in the Point Loma neighborhood.
I had been here once before (remember my yarn store stumble?), and I wanted to come back and visit the Public Market.
The Public Market is mostly food, and all fun! There are specialty food shops and handmade vendor stalls. Plus, it was October when we visited so it was decked out in pumpkins!
Since we arrived closer to closing all the handmade vendors were already gone for the evening (womp womp), but the food choices abound.
We tried chowder fries, and picked up empanadas and baked goods for late night snackage and breakfast the next day. So good.
Liberty Station is quiet large, and to a newbie like me, a little hard to navigate, especially at night. But that just led us to stumble upon more fun places, like Moniker General!
OMG, I want to live here. Moniker General is a coffee shop, a bar, and a retail store all in one space. On a Monday night the space had just a handful of people; it was so relaxing to sip tea in a beautifully designed and decorated cafe/bar/shop.
There’s so much more to see, experience, and eat here!
Got any favorite San Diego stops? Share your travel tales below!
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