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North Park

North Park is an up-and-coming community popular amongst San Diego youth for its thriving culture in the arts and locally-owned eateries. Its central location and affordable housing continue to draw people into North Park and boost economic development in the area. While not quite as active as Hillcrest, North Park offers more space to those looking for a home in a hip urban environment. Balboa Park lies to the south-west of North Park, so residences bordering this area tend to be in high demand.The neighborhood features many apartments, but there are also blocks with single-family houses only. Northparkscene.com has good information about the area if you are interested in learning more.

Popular Restaurants

Carnitas' Snack Shack
(2632 University Avenue)
Carnitas' Snack Shack offers a delicious seasonal selection of Mexican and American-style foods, from burgers to carnitas tacos. They get most of their ingredients locally, supporting nearby businesses and reducing environmental impact from transportation. Customers just can't seem to get enough.
Caffé Calabria
(3933 30th Street)
Stop by Caffé Calabria for a little taste of Italy right in San Diego. The café specializes in coffee (of course!), using only the finest batches of coffee beans and roasting them to perfection for a rich and delicious drink. According to customers, Caffé Calabria's pizza and paninis are also quite tasty.
Big Front Door
(4135 Park Boulevard)
If you're looking for a good sandwich, don't miss Big Front Door, a gourmet deli in North Park. According to their own website, The Big Front door features "creative and hearty, made-to-order sandwiches, soups, salads and sides, artisan cheese, breads and baked goods," to name a few.
Mama's Bakery & Deli
(4237 Alabama Street)
Many reviewers claim that Mama's Bakery has the best shawarmas and falafel in town. The restaurant has been bringing authentic Lebanese and Middle Eastern-style food to San Diego for decades, earning Mama's Bakery a great reputation. Meat eaters and vegetarians alike will be sure to enjoy a meal here.
Twist Sandwiches
(2041 University Avenue)
If you're looking for a burger above the standard fare, Twist Sandwiches has you covered. Their burgers are juicy and flavorful, with freshly-baked bread for the bun. Customers love the Twist Fries, which can either be seasoned with Moroccan spices and meat or tender pulled pork.
Heat Bar & Kitchen
(3797 Park Boulevard)
Heat Bar & Kitchen serves locally-sourced cuisine and offers fine wines and craft beers. During their brunch hours on the weekends, the restaurant is packed with lines out the door. Their bottomless mimosas, quiche, chilaquiles and omelettes keep customers coming back.
The Smoking Goat
(3408 30th Street)
The Smoking Goat is a cozy bistro serving American and French inspired foods. They don't have a huge menu, but the dishes that they do serve are made well. The duck fat truffle fries are no doubt a customer favorite, as well as the rib-eye steak.
Urban Solace
(3823 30th Street)
A casual, elegant bistro in an urban environment—a fitting description for Urban Solace. They are known for their up-scale comfort foods, such as duckaroni (mac and cheese with duck), grilled cheese with tomato soup, and chicken dumplings.

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