Mission Hills (92013)
Filled with historic homes that were once the residences of San Diego's pioneer families, Mission Hills is today a community of about 30,000 residents. Nestled in the hills overlooking Old Town, Mission Valley, and parts of downtown San Diego, it is a beautiful area to drive and hike. Lovely, Presidio Park is at the foot of the community. Most of the businesses that make up Mission Hills are located along Washington Street. Parallel 33 is a fantastic restaurant in the neighorhood.
Banker's Hill (92103)
Just south of Mission Hills and Hillcrest, this historic old San Diego neighborhood is wrapped around many, lovely eucalyptus canyons and features some of the finer homes just outside of downtown San Diego. Bertrand at Mr. A's, Laurel, Mandarin House and Imperial House anchor a restaurant block around 6th and 5th Avenue between Kalmia and Maple. Hob Nob Hill on 1st Avenue is a landmark San Diego eatery.
Located near downtown San Diego, Hillcrest offers a unique mix of restaurants, shops, and nightclubs. Considered more of a village than a city, Hillcrest has entertainment (Hillcrest Landmark Theater, featuring independent films), coffee shops, and ethnic specialties. Some of our favorite dining spots are Busalacchi's, Extraordinary Desserts, Crest Cafe, La Vache, Bread et Cie, Ctiy Deli, Hash House A Go Go, Bronx Pizza, and Celadon Thai restaurant.