48 wonders of the West

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Picnic in Point Loma

Follow the road till it ends at a San Diego landmark. Then relax and enjoy the views

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EAT

Point Loma Seafoods Fish tacos and bayside breezes are an unbeatable combination at the fish-market restaurant. INFO: $$; 2805 Emerson St.; 619/223-1109.

Con Pane Rustic Breads & Cafe Stop in for pastries (try the chocolate brioche twists) or pick up sandwiches on artisanal breads for a picnic at the monument. INFO: $; closed Wed; 1110 Rosecrans St.; 619/224-4344.

SHOP

Point Loma Books A well-organized collection, including a large selection of titles on Hawaii and the West, makes this one of the last of San Diego's classic used bookstores. INFO: Closed Sun-Mon; 1026 Rosecrans; 619/226-2601.

HAPPENING NOW

On your way to Cabrillo National Monument, explore Liberty Station (along Rosecrans St. between Lytton St. and Laning Rd.). The decommissioned station is being transformed into a residential community, an arts destination, a retail center, and more. One of San Diego's top wine merchants, Wine Steals ( $$; 2970 Truxtun Rd.; 619/221-1959) is now open at Liberty Station, and a glass of Syrah in its rustic main room is an ideal close to your Point Loma day.

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