Liberty Public Market, San Diego
About Liberty Public Market, San Diego
Liberty Public Market, San Diego - Address, Phone Number
Address: 2820 Historic Decatur Rd, San Diego, CA 92106
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 11:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
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This 25,000-square-feet eating house is a sublime mix of food and culture, made better by their dog-friendly patio. The cooks, called artisans, prepare and incredibly hearty variety - pasta, meats, beers, wines, confections, and even arts and crafts. People visit as much for the bustling atmosphere as they do for the food. Mostly markets like these are once a week events, but this one is open every day of the year.
Liberty Public Market Opening and Closing Hours
- Some vendors at the market may have slightly different timings.
- closed on Christmas Day and Thanksgiving Day.
How To reach Liberty Public Market by Public Transport
- Liberty Station.
- Bus 28 stop Rosecrans St & Goldsmith St.
- Drive to here.
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My wife and I are always on the hunt for new places to dine. When we heard about Liberty Station Public Market we decided to give it a try. It is basically a series of small eateries that sell everything from desserts, burgers and Argentinian empanadas to Beer and coffee. It is a great place to hang around and try new things all in one place. I just wish it was bigger and less crowded but overall we like it a lot.
The food is great. Best food we have tried in San Diego on our 4 days here. We ate outside in the garden which is wonderful. ONLY problem, the restaurant is located right off of the end of the airport runway. Planes are screaming 200 feet over your head every 3 minutes. Bring earplugs and it will be wonderful.
We were looking for the Stone Brewery and stopped at the outer courtyard of the market as we had our dog. 21 beers on tap, none of them Stone, tried two. Twenty dollars lighter redoubled efforts to find the Stone Brewery which is accessed by a corridor - they do have outdoor seating to accommodate dogs.
Great food at reasonable prices. Plenty of seating both indoor and out. Large selection of draft beers in 3 sizes a 4 oz tasting size, an 8 oz and a 16 oz size. and gigantic selection of bottles and cans. Look forward to going back. The Stone Brewery and restaurant is also here and has a spacious inside area as well as outdoor one.
Large variety of food vendors to choose from. Limited seating inside the actual marketplace, but plenty of seating outside as there is a park located adjacent to the shops. Best time to go: before 3.
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