If you’re going to dinner in La Jolla on a weekday, you might want to consider these restaurants if you feel like having some wine too.
J.McLaughlin is now among La Jolla’s best boutiques and famous for an amazing wrinkle-free fabric that is amazing for travel and busy moms.
A basic falconry lesson at Torrey Pines Gliderport in La Jolla is an awesome thing to do in San Diego with kids (or without).
Interpreting contemporary art calms the mind in a most unexpected way. See how at MCASD in La Jolla.
It’s the largest annual aggregation of leopard sharks in the world. You can actually swim with them.
A round-up of the best places for photography in La Jolla whether your goal is a perfect family photo or pictures for Instagram.
We checked into Empress Hotel La Jolla and the experience exceeded our expectations. Here is our review of this pet-friendly San Diego hotel.
The Map and Atlas Museum of La Jolla showcases rare maps and atlases including the historic cartographic error portraying California as an island.
Explore the La Jolla Ecological Reserve and Seven Sea Caves on a kayaking tour with Everyday California. Here’s what it’s like.
Sunny Jim is the only sea cave in California that is accessible by land through an over 100-year-old tunnel.
Happy hour at Herringbone, one of La Jolla’s best restaurants, has $1 oysters and discounted drinks. Here’s what else we ate.
From cakes to cupcakes to imported candy, here’s where to find desserts in La Jolla.