Street food in San Diego is synonymous with fish tacos, and most locals couldn’t enjoy a Padres game without one. There are quite a few food trucks dedicated to them, but it doesn't stop there. The city offers too many exciting dining options to pass up. Little Italy is an obvious choice for contemporary Italian cuisine, while the Gaslamp Quarter continues to attract cutting-edge chefs who are eager to make a culinary statement. Feeling like some Mexican food? Try the Old Town area. To experience local drinking culture, make sure to also visit the wine-making district (the vineyards are located in the North County, just 45 minutes from downtown) and the abundant artisan breweries.