Quality Inn I-5 Naval Base
3878 Dalbergia Court
San Diego, CA 92113
Phone: (619) 238-2788
Fax: (619) 238-1773
3878 Dalbergia Court, San Diego, CA, US, 92113
- Phone: (619) 238-2788
- Fax: (619) 238-1773
Located in the Education Cultural Complex, in southeast San Diego, this 275 seater theater is used by the students as well as many local and national artists. Famous playwrights from August Wilson to Langston Hughes have graced the stage and performed here. The complex serves the educational, cultural and career needs of the community. There is ample parking space and cafeteria to hang around and get the feel of the campus.
The Yard on 17th Street is a well known spot for live music in San Diego. Hosting local and national artists/ bands, this venue is particularly renowned for its lively punk scene, which attracts a number of underground music followers. The shows are cheap here and open to all, so make sure you walk in here well in advance to beat the rush.
The crack of the bat never sounded so good. If you're an avid baseball fan who's ever dreamed of visiting that historic stadium, or desired to watch that favorite childhood team you never got to see, Big League Tours will set you up with an exclusive baseball package that not only gets you a ticket to the ballgame, but also offers one-of-a-kind baseball opportunities. When you go on a Big League Tour, you might find yourself dining with a Hall of Famer or taking batting practice with an All-Star. With tours available in all 30 stadiums, you can customize your own memorable trip, or join a group on one of Big League Tours regional excursions. Whether your plan is to bond with the family at the ballpark or to spend a weekend with the guys, this unique tour company will provide an unforgettable experience that gets you up-close and personal with the Big Leagues.These tours are available during the regular baseball season.
Found on the upper level near the Cafe Terrace, AMC Plaza Bonita 14 plays only the latest movies out of Hollywood.
If you enjoy theatrical performances, than you will love San Diego as the city has many vibrant and varied theaters offering performances by many artists from around the world. The Culy Theater located in the Gaslamp District is a new addition to the number of theaters in the city. The interiors of the theater has a 70's setting, which gives a unique live performance experience.
The Jack Dodge Theatre is a multipurpose venue in downtown San Diego. This place is frequently used for various concerts, events, galas, fashion shows, arts performances and many other special occasions. The theatre has a capacity of more than 1300 and is equipped with decent facilities. The ambience is pretty energetic, especially during a concert or a major event. World Famous artists such as Jack Johnson have performed live at this theatre.
The Art Academy of San Diego is a one of a kind academy where students are given a platform to learn as well showcase their work. Periodic workshops and classes are conducted and beginners can experiment with different art forms like drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, jewelry and mosaic. At the Art Academy of San Diego, there's something for everyone because there are work shops the entire family can participate in. One can also get professional advice on how to better you skills and channelize your creative potential.
Do you love dancing but have two left feet? Don't fear, Eveoke Dance Theater sets you free on the dance floor. You can learn a host of dances like hip-hop, jazz, movement expression and tap. Yoga, acting, butoh and tai chi are also some of the activities taught here. Learn to dance at your own pace by joining the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP). Eveoke Dance Theater has annual dance festivals—this year could be your chance to get up there and show off some of your smooth dance moves.
The Horton Grand Theater in the Gaslamp District is host to a variety of events like dances and various concerts that need a cozy and intimate setting. Half price ticket for students are available half an hour before show time. Horton is a small nine-row theater that is available for private events and meetings when the stage is not in use.
The nearness of this multiplex to the yet-to-be-built baseball stadium is not the reason it has a stadium in its name. The 15 theaters inside offer steep stadium seating which lets everyone have a good view of the screen. The heart-of-the-Gaslamp location makes a movie at this theater an ideal combination with an afternoon or evening of Gaslamp dining and shopping. Parking can be a challenge so come prepared. Check for tickets and movie timings on the website or call for details.
This bar is housed in the oldest building in the Gaslamp Quarter. Come and mingle with beautiful people and groove to either live music or a DJ with tunes from the 1970s through the 1990s. Hardwood floors, soaring ceilings and a 40-foot long mahogany bar give a touch of elegance and class. There are three levels, all offering a large number of beers and delicious cocktails.
Combining big upholstered booths with a long bar, this comforting tavern uses a cassette tape as a logo and yet appeals to a crowd that never put a cassette tape into ... um, whatever it was that cassette tapes went into! In addition to pretty straightforward hamburgers updated as sliders, this spot also offers a popcorn bag full of fried brussel sprouts, a rarity on any menu. "Super Karaoke" entertains patrons and participants alike, as well as a full-on deejay booth and soundboard. Bottle service is popular for groups and celebrations. -deTraci Regula