Sea World also has that special where you buy an adult ticket and you get a childs for $5. Here is site to get that http://www.seaworldcares.com/
Here is a list of places we eat and to check out when you go, my husband made this for all our friends since we lived there for so long.
Places to Eat and Visit in San Diego
Filipe’s Pizza Grotto ###-###-####
Great pizza, Lasagna and Antipasti salads. They do not deliver, but you can order take out.
Located on the North West Corner of Garnet and Cass St.
Sushi is prepared in small portions and placed on boats that circle the bar. You pay by the plate.
Located on the Southwest corner of Garnet and Mission Blvd (behind the Sketchers store).
Good sandwiches, ice cream and shakes.
Located on Garnet Ave and Haines
Great carne asada and other Mexican eats. This is a taco shop with 20+ surf boards hanging from the ceiling. I have been eating here for over 20 years!
Located on Mission Blvd north of Emerald St. on east side of Mission Blvd.
Good breakfast and dinner spot. K. loves the Breakfast Bagel.
Located on the North west corner of Emerald St and Mission Blvd. Taco Surf is just across the street.
Good breakfast spot that you order and then sit. Great view of the surf, and there is a deck located behind the shell shop. We usually walk to the end of the pier after eating here.
Located at the end of Garnet Ave next to the pier.
Good breakfast place, same menu as the Good Egg on 83rd ave in the Sam’s parking lot (Peoria).
Located on Mission Blvd just North of Pacific Beach Dr in the Promenade.
This is little more up scale but you can get away with dressing casual (shorts, flip flops, etc). Great fish dishes, steaks and pasta’s. Menu’s are printed new every day. Prices are around $20 per plate.
Located on Pacific Beach Dr on the boardwalk.
Cass St Bar and Grill (Ages 21 and Up)
Great food, with featured fish dishes daily. Reasonable prices, and good beer selection.
Located on Cass St just North of Felspar St.
Great sandwiches! No place to sit down, this is a liquor store. I recommend the Veggie sandwich on Sourdough with a side of Ranch.
Located on the corner of Ingraham St and La Playa Ave.
This is a burger joint that embraces the Ocean Beach lifestyle. If you like burgers, you need to go here! I don’t recommend the double, unless you have an extremely big mouth!
Located on New Port Ave just South of Bacon St.
Old Town Mexican Café
Good Mexican food, great Carnitas and Carne Asada. Tortillas are made fresh. Get here early as the wait is sometimes long.
Located in Old Town on San Diego Ave.
Places to Visit
Mission or Pacific Beach - Enjoy the sand and the sound of the waves. Remember no glass or alcohol.
Birch Aquarium -La Jolla
Balboa Park - San Diego Zoo, Museums, Botanical Garden, Disc Golf and more.
Mission Beach - Roller Coaster and amusement park, lots of little shops and wave pool.
Bike ride around Mission Bay - about 10 miles
Ocean Beach (New Port Ave) - lots of little shops and some good places to eat.
Pacific Beach Board Walk - sit on the sea wall and watch the sun set.
Mount Soledad - Great view of La Jolla and Down Town San Diego
Old Town - little shops and good Mexican food.
La Jolla - Shops, restaurants, scuba diving, watch the sea lions at the children’s pool.
San Diego Zoo
Coronado - You can drive, but for a couple of bucks you can take the fairy from Seaport Village to Coronado. Lots of little shops, Coronado Hotel and a great place to ride bikes.
Signonsandiego.com - San Diego Union Tribune via the internet.
Surfline.com - Great way to check the tides and surf conditions.
Also depnding on how long you are going to be there check out prices for rentening a beach house instead of hotel room (you can cook and it is usually cheaper after labor day then room rates). Here is where we rent from every time we go
Hope this helps and if you have any ?s feel free to mess me (we lived in PB for 5 years my hubby grew up in Mission Beach.)