Open-Air Dining On The Streets Of Little Italy! Bellissimo!

We’re thrilled to report that the streets of Little Italy will be closed to cars and open for ‘al fresco’ dining this weekend!

Anyone who’s been to Italy knows that there is nothing like eating outside at an Italian cafe to experience the full energy of the culture – now that experience is coming to San Diego.

The streets noted below will be closed to expand open-air dining, creating a safe 30-foot physical distancing promenade that will help restaurants alleviate the loss of indoor seating.

That’s smart business and a fun new dining experience!

Street closures include:

India Street from W. Ash to W. Grape Streets

W. Date and W. Fir Streets between Kettner Boulevard and Columbia Street.

Physical distancing protocols will be followed and interested diners will be required to make reservations at their restaurant of choice in advance.

Outside the Al Fresco dining zone on India Street between W. Ash and W. Grape Streets, there are several other restaurants and businesses opening for dining and shopping.

For a full, up-to-date list of businesses open, click here.

Participating Restaurants

Bar One
1532 India Street
619 738 8978

1917 India Street
619 238 1917

750 W Fir Street #103
619 450 4786

Bolt Brewery
1971 India Street
619 917 6082

Buon Appetito
1609 India Street
619 238 9880

Civico 1845
1845 India Street
619 431 5990

Cloak and Petal
1953 India Street
619 501 5505

Davanti Enoteca
1655 India Street
619 237 9606

Farmer’s Table
550 W. Date Street, Ste. A
619 255 0958

Ironside Fish & Oyster Bar
1654 India Street
619 269 3033

Landini’s Pizzeria
1827 India Street
619 238 3502

M Winehouse
1918 India Street
619 546 4226

1743 India Street
619 239 3710

750 W. Fir Street
619 501 0030

Nonna + Café Zucchero
1735 India Street
619 531 1731

Parakeet Café
1680 India Street
619 255 1442

610 W. Ash Street, #100
619 595 0322

Sogno Di Vino
1607 India Street
619 531 8887

1643 India Street
619 255 7826

1646 India Street
619 546 0365

See you there!

We can’t wait to get back to eating out in Little Italy!

We’re hoping this becomes a permanent part of Little Italy’s already amazing neighborhood.

See you there!

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