Clarion Hotel National City San Diego South
700 National City Blvd.
National City, CA 91950
Phone: (619) 474-2800
Fax: (619) 474-1689
700 National City Blvd. , National City, CA, US, 91950
- Phone: (619) 474-2800
- Fax: (619) 474-1689
You're sure to feel right at home as you enter this popular used bookstore the Gracie's Book Nook. The titles available include mysteries, romance novels, general fiction, true crime and science fiction. This place is considered to be one of the finest used bookstores in the South Bay area, since the shop only accepts used books in good condition. Ask the friendly staff to help you find your favorite or trade-in those books you just finished reading.
Located in a charming old Julian home, this bookshop is overflowing with volumes on almost any subject, plus many old fine art prints, both loose and framed. Books on local and California history attract visitors, but the selection covers every subject. The store makes a specialty of old sheet music, often with enchanting illustrated covers, and also has a few videotapes, cassettes and CDs. A kiosk in the front yard houses a selection of small antiques and collectibles.
Plaza Bonita mall has 140 specialty stores and four major department stores to choose from. Also on hand are more than 15 restaurants, a movie complex, and beauty salons. Everything from appliances to toys can be purchased at this major bi-level shopping mall serving clientele in the South Bay area for nearly 20 years. The mall has undergone an extensive makeover in the past few years and is bigger and better than ever. Extra perks include Wi-Fi facility throughout the mall, a family lounge and a mall walker program.
"Windsor is an apparel and accessory company creating products that fit the life and work styles of today's junior and contemporary woman."
Offers watch repair, clock repair, jewelry repair, and watch sales.
This is an old-style open shopping mall with anchor stores like JC Penney, Macy's, Mervyn's, and Sears, plus more than a hundred men's and women's clothing stores, shoe stores, two chain drug stores and restaurants. Various other specialty stores, even a financial center, fill out your shopping experience. Most stores are low to mid-range in prices, though Macy's compensates with higher prices on more upscale items. Ample parking space is available.
If you know and love wine, this is the shop for you. A brilliant collection of worldwide wines packs two floors, where a bottle of Chaucer's Mead is found in a corner of a room holding a 1982 Chateau Lynch Bages imperial (5-liter bottle) of Bordeaux. At the Wine Bank, separate rooms are devoted to the output of specific nations or, in some cases, to a particular type of wine, allowing easy comparisons. Regular wine tastings are scheduled. So swirl your glass and sip on to the finest of varieties!
Situated appropriately enough in the beautiful historic Brunswick Building in San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter, this is a favorite browsing and shopping venue for stylish antiques and knick-knacks. There is always interesting European china and porcelain on display, together with distinctive antique and vintage jewelry, fashion and floral prints of yesteryear and some pieces of vintage furniture to delight the discerning buyer. As with so many shops in this quarter of San Diego, it is a pleasure to enter the its door.
Need a tuxedo for that special evening out? This is where the most stylish of men come to rent or buy their evening wear. Complete tuxedo packages are available with accessories and shoes for all sizes. Browse through an extensive selection of designer tuxedos on hand. If you are in a rush, last-minute requests can be accommodated. The establishment has five stores throughout the county.
5 & A Dime started out as a small store but is now one of the best retail stores in all of San Diego. It's got the hottest labels including WOODMAN, Flying Coffin, Richer Poorer, and Rustic Dime. At 5 & A Dime, they've got everything from t-shirts to funky toys to sports shoes. If that isn't enough, get a steal on the summer warehouse sale, where the policy is, everything must go! From good bargains to cool bikes, latest music tracks to chilling with the gang, 5 & A Dime is a cool hang out for guys and gals who know how to have a good time!
The Gaslamp Quarter location of this cupcake specialty "lounge" is a little unfair to locals—far more conventioneers get to sample the wares at this artisanal cupcake shop. The available flavors change daily and with the seasons, with a few standards which are always available, such as red velvet and orange chip. In fall, the favorite is the pumpkin cupcake adorned with ginger cream cheese icing, and topped with their signature candy halo ring. Seating is limited, and this is not a place for the sugar-phobic or low-carb dieter. But it's a great place to grab an easy sugar rush to prepare for a night downtown.
While the eponymous chocolate rules the roost here, this small, friendly cafe also offers breakfast, lunch and dinner options, ranging from a fresh-baked croissant to egg dishes and savory crepes filled with spiced cheeses and imported ham; there's also a few choice pasta dishes. Working from intense chocolate stocks such as roc lait, virgole, and gascon, these core ingredients turn into everything from towering cakes and pastries to Sicilian gelatos and sinfully-rich, European-style hot chocolates and chocolate-infused coffees. - deTraci Regula