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About Ralphs, San Diego

Ralphs is an American major supermarket chain in the Southern California area and the largest subsidiary of Cincinnati-based Kroger. It is the oldest such chain west of the Mississippi River and by 2015, there were 200 locations. Kroger also operates stores under the Food 4 Less and Foods Co. names in California.


Overview of Ralphs

Ralphs lies in the city of San Diego in United States. Although listed here, Ralphs is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in San Diego.

Important attractions of the city include Uss Midway Museum, San Diego Zoo, Balboa Park, La Jolla Cove and Petco Park. You can also discover other things to do in San Diego on TripHobo.

Most of the San Diego tours skip a visit to this place, but you can create your customized plan if you wish to visit Ralphs.

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Address: 101 G St, San Diego, CA 92101, USA

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San Diego Safari Park Transportation and Admission
View Deal San Diego Safari Park Transportation and Admission 25 Reviews | Duration: 7 hours From USD 85.48/person

Fancy a day trip into the deepest, darkest heart of Africa? Want to visit Asia on the same day? At San Diego Zoo Safari Park you can travel to faraway lands and discover exotic animals from all around the world. With transportation and park entrance included you have everything you need for a day of fun for the whole family.

Baja California Coastal Day Trip from San Diego
View Deal Baja California Coastal Day Trip from San Diego 24 Reviews | Duration: 9 hours From USD 101.28/person

Explore some of Baja California's top destinations on this day trip from San Diego. This relaxing, scenic getaway takes you along the stunning Pacific coast across the California-Mexico border to Tijuana for a cultural sightseeing tour and time to shop along Avenidad Revolution, followed by a luscious lobster lunch, margaritas and mariachi music in Puerto Nuevo. Walk off your meal with a stroll along the waterfront, and then enjoy free time to explore the lovely historic city of Rosarito Beach at your leisure.

San Diego GoCar Tour
View Deal San Diego GoCar Tour 14 Reviews | Duration: Flexible From USD 60.96/person

This cute little 2-passenger GoCar is easy to navigate and so much fun to drive, allowing you to see San Diego sights on your own schedule. You’re guided with navigational help from the vehicle’s talking GPS, which means that the car always knows where you are, even if you don’t. Choose from a selection of itineraries and tour lengths, including a 1-, 2-, 3-hour or full-day rental. Then maneuver your three-wheeled GoCar through downtown, the historic Gaslamp Quarter, Balboa Park, San Diego Zoo and more.

San Diego City Tour
View Deal San Diego City Tour 152 Reviews | Duration: 4 hours From USD 42.27/person

See the best of San Diego on this morning or afternoon highlights tour that includes the historic Gaslamp Quarter, museum-packed Balboa Park and ritzy La Jolla. With hotel pickup and drop-off included, this comfortable coach tour makes it easy for first-time visitors or those short on time to get an excellent overview of sunny and scenic San Diego. Upgrade to also include admission to the USS Midway maritime museum or the lively Seaport Village shopping area.

Share your experience - Rate Ralphs, San Diego

  • Best place to shop in the Downtown area in my opinion. Best prices and quality of food. Very good fried chicken. The deli has better choices of food and quality. The people that work there are friendly and happy to serve you.

  • This supermarket provide all fresh food you need. Even the chef will cook the fish you bought for free. When writing this review, I am still in San Diego And I have to say this has been the best market I have visited during my one month-stay in the USA

  • A good clean supermarket. Great for travelers needing to pick something up. Prices were reasonable for the area. Bring your own bag or they will charge you 10 cents for one.

  • As a part of the Kroger chain (Like King Soopers/City Market in Colorado) they had many things we are familiar with. Plus...liquor is sold there too. Easy access for wheelchairs/scooters. This is downtown SD..a few homeless hanging around.

  • Friday 9/29/2017 approx 6:05pm I was just there, used self check out, 3 items, no bag and on the way out, short female security guard let white people in front of me go by, but as a Hispanic with items in my hand, she asked for my receipt and I know they have to take their measures to prevent loss but I didn't see any signs that as a shopper I would be subject to humiliation? There has got to be a better way to do this without people having to feel SINGLED OUT!! Thankfully I kept my receipt but what if I had put it in the trash next to the check out?? Am I now stealing???? Re-arrange your lay out , where maybe self check out is closer to door or hire more personnel who can keep better track of who is paying and who's not, instead of having to humiliate your customers whom not because they're ethnic means they are there to steal!! UPDATE 10/1017: OK so I've gone back to the store and they do seem to be asking more people for receipt, but either ask everybody or none at all cause when you pick n choose that's when it looks more like "profiling". Meantime I'm not taking any chances, so I've stop doing self checkout and now even with one item, I go to the cashier's closer to the other exit, where the guard can clearly see from where he/she stands that I'm paying for my stuff but also keep receipt as well!

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