Ice cream pancakes
at Clayton’s Coffee
W here to Eat
Snag a stool
at the counter
and feast on
diner fare like
By Ferry: Ride the Coronado Ferry,
a 15-minute ride from the Broadway
Pier, or behind the San Diego
Convention Center. $8.50 for a
return trip (free for kids under three).
dogs at the
By Bus: Take the
#901 bus from
pass is $5.
By Car: Drive
over the San
Bridge and park for
free at the Coronado
Ferry Landing, or further south,
along the Orange Avenue strip.
Don’t fear the meter! In Coronado, parking meters are generous, serving up an hour for a quarter.
Rent some wheels at the Coronado Ferry Landing and explore
over 15 miles of bike paths running along the eastern shore of
the island, under the San Diego-Coronado Bridge, and along
the Silver Strand. The terrain is flat, making it an easy, breezy
ride. There’s also great golfing at the Coronado Municipal
Golf Course, or you can keep your serve sharp at the Coronado
Tennis Association, with free play on eight lighted courts.
ARTS AND CULTURE
Lamb’s Players Theatre
ENO Wine Bar
wines for $12
until 8 p.m.
the Hotel del
on-site wine bar.
Watch a performance at the Lamb’s Players Theatre (1142
Orange Avenue) or The Coronado Playhouse (1835 Strand
Way), or catch a flick at the historic Village Cinema (820
Orange Avenue), an Art Deco movie house that first opened
in 1947. For an interactive look at Coronado’s colorful past
and exhibits about the local history and culture, check out
the Museum of History and Art at the Coronado Historical
Association (1100 Orange Avenue).
Browse the shops and boutiques on Orange Avenue for
beach fashions and souvenirs, including handmade cards
and bath and body products at Seaside Papery (1162 Orange
Avenue), Navy SEAL t-shirts at Bullshirt (1007 Orange
Avenue), fine art and jewelry at Shorelines (918 Orange
Avenue), and home decor at The Attic (1011 Orange Avenue).
The Coronado Ferry Landing, Hotel del Coronado, and
Loews Coronado Bay Resort also have great shopping.
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