Normal Heights is a great place for a shopping trip. Close to downtown, this historic neighborhood features many mom-and-pop stores for food, clothes, and interesting local items, many of them handmade!
HOME of Casa Monroe! Normal Heights is a lively residential area with many hip cafes, gastropubs, craft beer bars and diverse restaurants, especially along Adams Avenue. The neighborhood is also known for concerts in grassy Trolley Barn Park as well as outdoor movie screenings at Ward Canyon Park,…
Hip, low key, walkable area with so many unique and friendly restaurants, lively bars, and businesses for everything. We go here for our favorite ramen at Nozaru or handcrafted pizza and drinks at Blind Lady Alehouse.
The neighborhood to the west of us, quirky with great bars. Hosts the seasonal street fairs including Taste of Adams Ave (late June) and Adams Avenue Street Fair (September) the largest free music festival in Southern California.
Head to Normal Heights for an up and coming neighborhood. Great local spots! Very artsy.
“it's actually a grocery store with a small restaurant run out of the deli. Very good, economical, love the people that work here. Mexican food, of course.”
“DELICIOUS vegetarian food, fantastic coffee, and an amazing vibe. You can't go wrong with anything on their menu.”
“Adjacent to Normal Heights w a quick drive east on Adams Ave! 7 Places to Eat, Drink, Shop, and Relax in Kensington A neighborhood with charm Quaint and neighborhood-y are words that come to mind for Kensington, a vibrant neighborhood north east of downtown San Diego. Located in a pocket of the city that predominately serves locals, visitors will find there are some serious eats, drinks, and other charms hidden here.”