I was disappointed. I was expecting some nice local stores but found too many chain stores (Black/White, Fresh Produce) which I can shop at near home. I was looking for more of a vacation feel. I did love the restaurants on Prospect as they had great views.
Good ad On to La Jolla Cove. A good hike about 1.5 miles or real quick drive. great to grab a bite and shop some of the unique stores
Girard and Prospect are two of the main streets of beautiful coastal La Jolla. Delightful boutiques such as Sigi and Francescas offer options for the cashmere/classic range to the hip/teen crew. Many new restaurants keep arriving and yet our classics are still my favorite... Brick and Bell for coffee/scones/sandwiches is a busy place for locals; Harry's Coffee Shop is a... 更多
Girard Avenue is a lovely area of La Jolla. There are many stores and casual restaurants. The area is easy enough to walk with families. There are ample sidewalks and crosswalks. The view of the ocean is beautiful, often with stunning sunsets. My favorite store is the Mangelsen Gallery, where the employees are friendly and knowledgeable about the photographic art... 更多
I love the shopping and restaurants in the village. Great place to hang out for a couple days. Cute shops at all different price points
my partner and I called while out and a bout. fantastic boutiques, shoppers paradise. antique stores and art galleries. plenty of restaurants too. nice street.
This town did not disappoint. My husband and I wandered the streets and found some great places to explore. We did enjoy talking to all the friendly staff. And yes I did purchase a few treasures. We will be back.
This is a great place to spend several hours, lots of galleries, cafes, shops, and other things to see. There is a park by the ocean, if you walk along the coast you can get to the "Children's" pool, that actually has been taken over for seals. The locals have tried to take them out, I believe they are still... 更多