Dealing with your summer vacation being cancelled? I know I am! While we might not be stamping our passports any time soon, you can still take a gastronomic trip around the globe (no passport required).
Liberty Station, one of San Diego’s most resilient and diverse communities, is home to some of our favorite hotspots bringing international flare to the Golden Coast. The only baggage you’ll need is an empty stomach!
Take a tour of beautiful Thailand with your taste buds, enjoying fresh rolls, curry and stir-fry at Issara Thai.
Dance to Tejano and go South of the Border for chimichangas, street tacos and micheladas at Los Primos Mexican Foodfollowed by some tres leches cake and flan at Cecilia’s Taqueria inside the Liberty Public Market.
Explore distinct and worldly flavors with a modern take on Peruvian classics such as ceviche and saltado at Latin Chef inside the Liberty Public Market.
About Liberty Station Community Association
Located in San Diego, California, Liberty Station was built upon naval roots and was originally the Naval Training Center (NTC) that opened in 1923. NTC transitioned into Liberty Station and became a cultural hub of art, leisure and history—creating a timeless destination. Today, Liberty Station is San Diego’s signature neighborhood, inviting residents, the community and visitors to connect through events and experiences while discovering and exploring all of Liberty Station’s offerings. The neighborhood features an array of boutiques and shops, over 70 local galleries in the ARTS DISTRICT, and dozens of delectable dining spots. Built by design, Liberty Station creates an authentic experience—encompassing beautifully landscaped promenades, restored historic buildings that have been preserved for today’s commerce, storied corridors, historic landmarks, and spacious plazas. The historic San Diego destination is managed by the Liberty Station Community Association (LSCA), which works to maintain, beautify, promote, and develop the neighborhood.