I've been here for several viewings/funeral services. The staff is very nice and sympathetic for your loss. The actual place is really pretty & yes, has multiple rooms. I like how the burial grounds are right behind it and not across the city so you don't even have to drive out to the main road again.
The name of the store pretty much says it all: American Nostalgia. Right outside the door they have a machine that sells coca-cola in glass bottles. Their nostalgic items include t-shirts, board games, greeting cards, posters and tin signs, etc. Definitely a store worth checking out at Seaport village.
It's a camera store for tourists' convenience. It's really small and mainly has products you may have forgotten back at home that you were supposed to bring with you on vacation! Friendly staff as expected of a tourist spot in San Diego.
It's a pretty small clinic and doesn't look like much from the outside, but that just goes with the quote, "Don't judge a book by its cover." Dr. Larsson clearly knows what he's doing because he's been in practice for 40+ years. His staff is also very friendly, approachable, and knowledgeable.
My favorite Sanrio store in San Diego! Every other Sanrio store seems to be Hello Kitty infested (no offense to HK fans. I love her, too!) This one actually has products from other characters as well as jewelry, small house products, luggage.. musical instruments?! They have a lot of other stuff besides just stationary, stickers, and gum.
There's a lot of beauty products in here ranging from hair to nails to other fashionable needs. (Wigs, undergarments, etc.) A while ago they had a huge sale with items up to 75% off and it was great deal on "legit" hair products that are regularly priced $20+! As a mall employee, I always directed customers here, especially during the Halloween season.
Just like any other arcade that middle schooler mall rats frequent when dropped off at the mall for the day. You have everything! Fighting, driving, crane, music, all kinds of games. It's o-kay. I love arcades and playing games but it's not like I'd be dying to stop in when I'm in the area.
I think this was the place where I had gelato for the first time and it was such a nice experience. A cute little place to stop by when in Coronado & yes, pint-sized is the way to go for sharing. I would recommend!
Besides Ben&Jerry's ice cream, this is the only place I eat at when I'm in Seaport Village! The other food options just doesn't seem as appealing for the price although this one's a bit up there, too. It's kind of hard to find a place that has GOOD burgers, and this is one of them! I can't resist!
This place is SO ghetto. It's literally the closest grocery store to my house but I absolutely refuse to go there ever again. They're not helpful and the quality of their products aren't that great either. I'd rather go out of my way and drive the extra miles to a legit store like Ralph's or Von's.