Situated east of the Gaslamp Quarter and southeast of the Cortez Hill District, the East Village district is home to the San Diego Padres’ Petco Park baseball stadium. Encompassing 130 downtown city blocks, East Village is the largest and has evolved from a warehouse area to an appealing district. Residents in the East Village can enjoy boutique retail shops, live music and entertainment venues, art galleries, rooftop bars and charming cafes.
As a haven for the arts, the East Village is dotted with artists’ studios, galleries, homes and storefronts. Attend Evenings in the East Village: A Social Art Stroll, open to the public, and check out unique art, music food and wine. The neighborhood is also near the harbor and the San Diego Convention Center. If you are an East Village resident, take part in the fun at Bacchus Wine Tasting at 647 G Street or Fifty Seven Degrees Wine Bar at 1330 G Street. Find fresh loaves at the Bread on Market, 730 Market Street. Whether you fancy the arts, dining or world class sports, a lifestyle at the East Village will deliver.