Gaslamp District, the Heart of San Diego

by Krunch Guide on 05/24/2014 - 02:45 am

Named as the "Gaslamp Quarter Historic District" on the list of "National Register of Historic Places”, it is the heart of night life in downtown, San Diego. The city is home to 94 historic Victorian-Era buildings (former gambling halls, brothels and saloons) that are still housed by active tenants including shops, restaurants and nightclubs.
A number of events and festivals such as the Taste of Gaslamp, Street Scene Music Festival, Mardi Gras in the Gaslamp, and Shamrock, a St. Patrick's Day make it a great place to hang out.
History of Gaslamp Quarter
The route-to-development started way back in 1867. Alonzo Horton, an American real estate developer, bought 800 acres of land on Sa ...

Discover La Jolla

by Krunch Guide on 05/24/2014 - 02:31 am

Sometimes called The Jewel of Southern California, La Jolla is an exquisite combination of soft sand beaches, jagged cliffs, sunshine, cultural activities, boutique-lined streets, hotels, art galleries and more.
Only 15 minutes from downtown San Diego, La Jolla, one of the most affluent communities in the United States, combines the atmosphere of a southern European resort community with Southern California fun.
With its seven miles of coastline La Jolla attracts tourists from around the world and combines trends with traditional class. From the waves that crash along the shore to the high-rise building in the business district, expect everything in this seaside town to be first rate.
The ...

Finding Breakfast Joints in SD

by Krunch Guide on 04/04/2014 - 11:17 pm

If you are one of the many that like to come to San Diego for a vacation, you are going to have to eat sooner or later. There are plenty of quality places, so there is no need to eat in the tourist traps.
There are breakfast joints and then there are real breakfast joints. They say breakfast is the most important meal and who are we to argue? In San Diego, breakfast means hitting the spots the locals go to. You know. The spots that are packed with lines out the door?
The first rule of visiting San Diego is to abandon your hotel as quickly as possible. This is a place to sleep and that is it. Eating in your hotel is the equivalent of visiting Tuscany and drinking wine in a box - it just sho ...

Beginners Guide to French Dining in S...

by Krunch Guide on 04/04/2014 - 11:09 pm

San Diego has long been known as a popular destination for foodies. With plenty of culinary options for all types of food lovers, many visitors and natives alike have found there is no shortage of restaurants in this city; particularly for those looking for French restaurants in the city. For decades, the culinary traditions of France have been honored by professional critics and food lovers alike. However, for many making a trip to Paris, just to indulge in the local cuisine, isn't exactly practical. The good news is, there are actually many authentic French restaurants in Los Angeles, where diners are able to get the real taste of France's famous cuisine without having to travel across the ...