Places to go in Coronado

Coronado Events

Miss Demeanor

McP's Irish Pub and Grill

Saturday, March 23, 9 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.
Bite San Diego: Coronado

Bite San Diego: Coronado

Saturday, March 23, 2 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.


Lamb's Players Theatre

Saturday, March 23, 4 p.m.


Lamb's Players Theatre

Saturday, March 23, 8 p.m.

Coronado News & Stories

Lil' Piggy's – that glorious sauce

Texas-style, vinegar-based, and habanero

Ever taste something that immediately fulfills all the flavor dreams you’ve had in one bite? That’s how I feel about the habanero bbq sauce at Lil' Piggy’s Bar-B-Q in Coronado. I admit it: I’m a ...

Maybe a Coronado bayfront house is not what you want

A twisted story over a twisted tree

When retired Colorado software company founder Ed McVaney bought a bayfront house in Coronado in 2010, he didn’t like the look of the front yard – a patch of green with a frontage road running ...

One man's trash is another man's surfboard

Handcrafting high caliber surfboards

Dan Mann of Coronado handcrafts high caliber surfboards— some are made from another man’s trash. “I have two ‘trash boards’ on order and I am working to try and refine the process.” The last trash ...

Target spotties and don’t forget your Hawg Trough

Productive haunts are on either side of the bridge

The Toys for Tots Kayak Fishing Tournament launches from Tidelands Park this Saturday morning. The targeted species will be the basses that reside in the bay. Although calico and sand bass grow to over double ...

Scooters on the Coronado bridge

They probably got on from Cesar Chavez Parkway

On November 12, Steve Paen saw a photo of two people riding Lime scooters on the Coronado Bridge; he wasn’t impressed; he’s seen this before. “These riders were heading into Coronado,” he said. Last month, ...

Coronado Photos

Hotel Del

Shores pano at negative 2 foot ...

Early morning kayaking in the Coronado ...

Sunrise at Glorietta Bay, Coronado (taken ...

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