Posts Categorized: Bay Park Shopping

I Know San Diego Couples 1/2 Day City Tour & Lunch

  San Diego Publisher Barry Berndes was recently awarded a “Barry Berndes Day” by the San Diego City Council for his important contribution to the city of San Diego of sharing his knowledge of the city with 20 million visitors annually. San Diego city tours with sightseeing and lunch with local celebrity, and internationally acclaimed… Read more »

Trisha & Judy Top REMAX San Diego Realtors Sell San Diego — Five Star Real Estate Agents, 2010-2015

  Trisha & Judy, REALTORS, RE/MAX Associates 3811 Clairemont Drive San Diego, CA 92117 (858-848-5757) [SOLD@trishaAndJudy.com] [www.TrishaAndJudy.com}. Connect with us on Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/TrishaAndJudyRealtors Call The Team That Moves San Diego TRISHA & JUDY REAL ESTATE … COMPASSION, KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE,  INTEGRITY Trisha & Judy teamed up and combined their individual businesses in October, 2010 – and have… Read more »

City Lights is a Year Round Christmas Store

City Lights Collectibles Christams Ornaments San Diego

The largest collection of Department 56 collectibles in California are offered in an impressive 40,000 square foot showroom at City Lights (14). They have been in business since 1991, this year-round Christmas and collectibles emporium is a must see San Diego Attraction. It’s that big, it’s that impressive and it’s that unique. Like everything else… Read more »

Home Brew Mart is the Local Source To Make Your Own Beer at Home

Home Brew Mart has been serving brewers world-wide for 20 years now. From simple starter kits, to advanced all grain brewing systems, they have everything you need to brew the beer you want. Their extensive inventory includes a wide variety of ingredients and equipment and kegging supplies. They also have a friendly and knowledgeable staff… Read more »

Andres Latin Market Features Cuban, Latin American & Puerto Rican Foods

Featured next door to Andre’s Cuban Restaurant is their international Latin Market, which has been been providing San Diegans and visitors with the “hard to find” spices, food and non-food products from Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Costa Rica, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Spain, Colombia and Venezuela. Their market has enabled many Latin Americans to continue their home… Read more »