Top Things to Do in San Diego – Mar. 28 – Apr. 9, 2023 

Head to San Diego over the next two weeks to savor the springtime sun and revel in all these fun events, including baseball at America’s Best Ballpark, foodie festivals, flowers and so many more top things to do.

When: Now – Apr. 2, 2023
Hosted by the California Restaurant Association, San Diego Restaurant Week returns with over 100 restaurants offering prix-fixe menu options throughout San Diego County. You’ll be sure to find the perfect place to satisfy any craving. There is no better place for outdoor dining than sunny San Diego, and with expanded patio spaces and curbside dining, there is more space than ever before for you to enjoy a meal while basking in the sun or under starry skies every day of the week!

When: Mar. 30 – Apr. 2, 2023
The Padres’ 2023 Opening Day, presented by Sycuan Casino Resort, is set for Thursday, March 30, when the Padres host the Colorado Rockies. Enjoy BeerFest, with $5 beer specials from your favorite local and national breweries. The first 40,000 fans will receive an Opening Series hat, thanks to Sycuan Casino Resort. It also will be the first Padres KidsFest of the year, presented by SDG&E! Families are encouraged to arrive early to enjoy bounce houses and other inflatables, games, face painters and additional kid-friendly activities.

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When: Mar. 31- Apr. 2, 2023
Celebrate the return of Art Alive with an impressive display of colorful floral arrangements interpreting works of art from the museum’s collection, and four days of sensational events from Thursday, March 30 to Sunday, April 2. Art Alive is the San Diego Museum of Art’s signature fundraiser, providing essential support for the museum’s exhibitions, education and outreach programs.

When: Mar. 31- Apr. 2, 2023
The Goodguys shows are for all hot-rod and classic-car fans alike. Whether it’s your first show or 10th, there’s something for everyone. Enjoy over 2,500 rods, customs, classics, muscle cars and trucks through ’97, plus the Nitro Thunderfest Dragster exhibition, a burnout competition, free arts and crafts, games, prizes and more.

When: Mar. 31- Apr. 2, 2023
Regarded as the first major regatta of the year, the San Diego Crew Classic brings together thousands of athletes from more than 100 universities, clubs and high school programs across the United States. The Crew Classic is not only an athletic event with competitors at the peak of physical fitness, but a social gathering for enthusiasts to enjoy great local food, a beer garden with San Diego’s famous local craft breweries, and shopping.

When: Apr. 1, 2023
Celebrate the return of the Padres at the 11th Annual Opening Weekend Block Party. The event will take place on J Street from Seventh to 10th avenues in front of Petco Park. This event honors all things East Village, including local small businesses, live music and entertainment, tasty bites, beer and cocktails, local retail vendors, photo opportunities, a variety of family-friendly activities and of course a celebration of East Village’s very own San Diego Padres.

When: Apr. 1, 2023
The 14th annual North Park Festival of Beers is back on Saturday, April 1. Sample more than 50 beers from the best breweries on the planet — plus live music, specialty food vendors and more!

When: Apr. 8, 2023
Be a part of the Seventh annual Uncorked: San Diego wine fest at the Spanish Landing. Enjoy over 150 wines and bubblies from across the globe, plus some “outside the bottle” beverages, a DJ, photo booth, delicious local food trucks and more! There are two ticket options for this event, and both include all wine tasting, with food sold separately. Bring your friends and your thirst and come sip and savor all that Uncorked: San Diego has to offer!

When: Apr. 8 – 9, 2023
Hop over to San Diego this Easter weekend for egg hunts on the beach, brunches and train rides with the Easter Bunny himself. There are enough egg-cellent Easter activities to make the whole family hoppy.

When: Now – Apr. 30, 2023
Foodies and craft-beer aficionados will love SeaWorld’s Seven Seas Craft Beer & Food Festival, featuring craft beer from favorite local breweries, plus fresh international cuisine infused with local, sustainable ingredients and unique signature flavors from around the world. In addition to hundreds of tasty bites and delicious drinks, guests can enjoy live music and their favorite animal exhibits, including dolphins, sea lions, bat rays, flamingos, sea otters and more.

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