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A 16-block national historic district that offers visitors a variety of restaurants and shops, as well as an eyeful of Victorian architecture.
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Fourth Avenue between Broadway and Market, San Diego, CA 92101
+1 619-237-1492
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is the place to be if you come to San Diego. Its a long street with all the famous bars, cafes, restaurants and hotels. It is always live and happy.

Thank Mohamad H
Reviewed 1 week ago

I heard a lot of great things about San Diego but exploring the Gaslamp quarter and downtown I was in a state of shock. There are homeless people and the smell of urine everywhere. The homeless made up the majority of people I saw on...More

Thank Nick T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Gaslamp Quarter was a really cool area!! We ended up being in town unknowingly during Comic-Con, which was in this area and we got to see a lot of cool things and even may go back next year specifically for Comic-Con. Very cool Vibe...More

Thank beachgirl73777
Reviewed 1 week ago

Of the many places to stay in San Diego, this historic location should certainly top your list. It's a very clean, historic feeling neighborhood that is not overwhelmingly gridlocked with traffic. Their are many restaurants and bars in the area, along with close access to...More

1  Thank Thomas G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Several blocks full of restaurants one after the other and shopping. Also several hotels. Street Parking is not easy to find so you probably need to park in public parking garages. Very nice to just walk.

Thank maggiet0813
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This area is always on the list of places to see in San Diego, but I’m not sure why. Maybe people who like bars would find it worth a visit, but not us. Not much to see except a few restaurants and the aforementioned bars...More

6  Thank waikikisun
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Got an Uber can into the area as staying on the outskirts. Loads to see and do, some great charters and even better wacky cars. Amazing old buildings blend in with the new. Great restaurants and bars, a must see part of town if you...More

2  Thank siobhansmithis
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

You will find a lot of charming restuarants and souvenir stores. 5th avenue is a long road to go and you will find everything what you are looking for. In the pharmacy of 5th street you will find all kind of drinks, even all sorts...More

3  Thank 999volker
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Always have a great time at the gaslamp. Lots of amazing food, hotels, people, and night life. It gets very crowded sometimes more than vegas it seems. Parking is a little expensive which is a bummer. Lots of breweries, to hop around. Entertainment. restaurants with...More

Thank Nickafer
Reviewed 11 July 2018 via mobile

A nice walk underneath the quaint sign and across from the Gaslamp Quarter trolley station and convention center, this little street called Fifth Avenue offers restaurants and retail shops in a small area easily walkable.

1  Thank VegasEnchantment
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Gary D
27 June 2018|
Response from Caroline L | Reviewed this property |
They may have been referring to The Shout! House.
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Response from Selemik | Reviewed this property |
That would be "No bare feet and sandals shop", quite popular retail, good service and well made products. Address is 363 5th avenue, Ste 106. Phone 619-757-2335. Good luck!