Escape to a Dreamy, Sunshine-Filled Day in Solana Beach
Written By: Keana McGrath What to do Solana Beach
Looking for the perfect, dreamy and relaxing way to spend your weekend? Look no further than Cedros Avenue in Solana Beach. With a crisp ocean breeze, bakeries and local artisan work to peruse through for hours, Cedros Avenue is a wondrous sensory experience.
10 a.m.: Cup O’ Joe Jumpstart What to do Solana Beach
Start your day off with a freshly roasted coffee from Lofty Coffee Co. Their coffee is sustainably sourced and their pastries are made in-house from scratch with ingredients from local producers. Talk about a fresh start!
11 a.m.: Coastal Creations What to do Solana Beach
Peruse on over to Bixby & Ball, a home décor boutique full of coastal-chic furnishings and decorative accents. “I love creating spaces that not only look, but more importantly, feel good,” says owner Betsy Bracken.
12 p.m.: Dreamy Design What to do Solana Beach
For even more home inspiration or #designgoals, head on over to Kern & Company. Home to Susan Spath Interior Design, Kern & Company is known for its timeless luxury design. Find the home décor of your dreams!
1 p.m.: Home Is Where the Food Is What to do Solana Beach
Lunch at Homestead Café and Market is a must. With a shady patio encompassed by plants and delicious meals made from scratch, Homestead is a must-try. Taste their famous gluten-free chicken pot pie!
2:30 p.m.: A Modern Affair What to do Solana Beach
Get ready to be swooned! Nativa Interiors’ custom-made furniture and world-class design team embody the word “inspiration.” The best part? All of their gorgeous furniture is environmentally friendly and ethically sourced .
3:30 p.m.: Wood-n’t Skip This Stop
This next stop gives us all of the heart eyes. The David Alan Collection gallery is known for their single-piece slab tables made from reclaimed and exotic wood.
5 p.m.: Wine About It
It’s 5 o’clock! Carruth Cellars is an urban winery that sources grapes from the Sonoma countryside to produce in the city—or in their case, the beach! Sales Director Heather Newman suggests you sip on their Unicorn Blend, which is a “pay it forward” bottle—a portion of the proceeds is donated to the Earth Alliance Amazon Forest Fund!
6:30 p.m.: Open Air Eats
Part of the famous Belly Up, the Wild Note Café is renowned for its Pacific coastal/Mexican fusion and dreamy atmosphere. We recommend dining on their patio that looks out onto the charming, shop-lined street!
8 p.m.: Don’t Skip A Beat
End your evening with a (musical) bang at the world-famous Belly Up Tavern. Established in 1974, the Belly Up is known for bringing the best new artists to Cedros!