As January gets underway, there are several events that the city of San Diego and culture-craving locals can eagerly anticipate.
First, curb your culinary cravings at San Diego Restaurant Week. From January 16-21st, you can get a steal-of-a-deal on 3 course menus from San Diego’s best restaurants. Chose from over 160 local spots and enjoy $20, $30, or $40 meals. It’s a great opportunity to check out some new cuisine options in America’s Finest City.
If you feel like going out for a run, the Carlsbad Marathon may be an event to consider. On January 23rd, participants will hit the coastal course and be rewarded with a medal, t-shirt, and goodie bag while running one of the best-looking routes in the nation. Feel like 26.2 miles is a bit much? Perhaps the Half Marathon or Kid's Marathon Mile might suit you better.
Finally, San Diego car enthusiasts can enjoy a look at some of the iconic and intriguing automotive designs that have defined generations of California drivers. Hosted by the San Diego Automotive Museum, the California Roll is part of a series of events running through January 30, 2011 and it's a great way to get a glimpse into car trends of yesteryear. The event also features a replica Jack in the Box restaurant, a forerunner of the classic drive-in culture. Tickets are $4 - $8 and the San Diego Auto Museum is open from 10am - 5pm every day of the week.
For a quick slice of California car and food culture or a great beach marathon, Convoy has you covered.
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