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Neighborhood Guide: Point Loma

One of San Diego’s most historical neighborhoods keeps it fresh with dive-in movies and a bait shop bistro, plus craft beer and yoga, of course


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Point Loma

  • 1. NEW
    Modern Times
    Beer that lives up to the hype! Cool, bright tasting room, too.
    3725 Greenwood Street

  • 2. NEW
    Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens
    The famous brews now flow in a spectacular beer garden, complete with an outdoor bocce ball court.
    2816 Historic Decatur Road, Liberty Station

  • 3. NEW
    Pummarò
    This rustic Italian restaurant, related to La Jolla’s Osteria Romantica, serves wood-fired pizza, calzones, and pasta.
    1101 Scott Street

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  • 4. NEW
    Fathom Bistro, Bait, and Tackle
    Sunny days are made for craft beer, burgers and decadent dogs on the tiny fishing pier.
    1776 Shelter Island Drive

  • 5. The Pearl
    Sustainable menu, Dive-In Theatre, and bingo lure locals to this fabulously retro boutique hotel.
    1410 Rosecrans Street

  • 6. Sessions Public
    This gastropub serves top-notch beer, craft cocktails, and great brunch.
    4204 Voltaire Street

  • This Month in Point Loma

    • February 7
      Friday Night Liberty for free arts and culture at Liberty Station

    • February 12–15
      Valentine’s Date Nights
      at The Pearl

    • Wednesdays
      Fishermen’s Farmers Market,
      4900 North Harbor Drive,
      3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

  • 7. Yoga Six
    Yoga tailored for each level and purpose, in a luxury studio.
    2850 Womble Road, Liberty Station

  • 8. Tender Greens
    Local farm-fresh food served quick in a bright room or breezy patio.
    2400 Historic Decatur Road, Liberty Station

  • 9. Point Loma Seafoods
    Have a beer by the bay while shopping for fresh seafood.
    2805 Emerson Street

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  • 10. NTC Arts & Culture District
    Liberty Station’s historical grounds also house galleries, studios, and performances.
    Liberty Station

  • 11. The Bar Method
    Sculpt your body and gain balance and stamina with this non-impact workout.
    2751 Roosevelt Road, Liberty Station

  • 12. Con Pane Rustic Breads & Café
    Coffee, sandwiches, and pastries—plus the crusty Point Loma Sourdough is some of the best we’ve tried.
    2750 Dewey Road, Liberty Station

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  • 13. Supannee House of Thai
    Try its extensive specialty curry list, summer rolls, or sweet and sour chicken.
    2907 Shelter Island Drive

  • 14. Bali Hai
    Glittering skyline views with Pacific Rim-inspired dishes and tiki drinks like the infamous Mai Tai.
    2230 Shelter Island Drive

  • 15. Harbor Town Pub
    Trivia, karaoke, taco Tuesdays—there’s something for everyone at this local pub.
    1125 Rosecrans Street

 
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