By 3 o’clock, we were hungry and tired so we stopped in at a place just off the boardwalk called Diego’s which was voted best hot dog in Pacific Beach and they certainly didn’t disappoint. Edith ordered the Tex Dog (chili, cheese and onions) and I ordered the PB Fried dog (bacon wrapped dog, deep fried and topped with chili, coleslaw and jalapenos). Edith said it was the best hot dog she had ever eaten and that’s saying something cause she’s not the biggest hot dog fan out there.
After the mall, we headed to San Diego’s Little Italy for a late supper. Most of the restaurants had stopped serving but we managed to find a place to eat at. I honestly cannot remember the name of the place, but after some Google Maps street view stalking, I think I found the place, Zia’s Bistro.
I loved being in San Diego and to have spent all my time with my best friends was the cherry on top! I think we might need to make it an annual tradition to take a trip to California.