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Thursday, September 12, 2013

An Evening Stroll Around Little Italy, San Diego

San Diego has a great Little Italy. It was a fun place to wander around when I first came to San Diego in 1980, and just keeps getting better. Heather and I were joined tonight by a friend for a little walk with our cameras to see what we could find.

Our first stop was the Mona Lisa market to pick up some cheese, oil-cured olives, chopped tomatoes and other essentials.

From there we wandered down India Street to the Burger Lounge for some dinner. The light fixtures caught my attention. And, the burgers were good too. Why go all the way to Little Italy for burgers, and not Italian food? Well, I cook Italian food at home fairly often, but it rarely occurs to me to make burgers at home.

We checked out some window displays, shot a few pictures, and then it was time for some gelato at our favorite place, Pappalecco, on the corner of Cedar and State.

Click here to see a few more images from San Diego's Little Italy on September 12, 2013.

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