Coolest Suburbs Worth a Visit

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Across America, many suburbs are becoming vacation-worthy hot spots, with cutting-edge restaurants, great shopping, and plenty of parking.

La Jolla, CA

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The rugged Pacific coastline sets the backdrop for this San Diego suburb. The action hums along Prospect Street and Girrad Avenue, where you’ll find great shopping and dining choices. Take in the view from Scripps Park or walk down into the La Jolla Cove to check out one of California’s smallest but most coveted beaches.

See: The Sunny Jim Cave (1325 Coast Blvd.; 858-459-0746) is a magnificent ocean-carved cave accessible (for a small fee) through the Sunny Jim Cave Store.

Eat: Head to the relaxed ocean terrace at George’s at the Cove (1250 Prospect St.; 858-454-4244) for local white sea bass with a zucchini basil purée.

Coolest Suburbs Worth a Visit

La Jolla, CA

The rugged Pacific coastline sets the backdrop for this San Diego suburb. The action hums along Prospect Street and Girrad Avenue, where you’ll find great shopping and dining choices. Take in the view from Scripps Park or walk down into the La Jolla Cove to check out one of California’s smallest but most coveted beaches.

See: The Sunny Jim Cave (1325 Coast Blvd.; 858-459-0746) is a magnificent ocean-carved cave accessible (for a small fee) through the Sunny Jim Cave Store.

Eat: Head to the relaxed ocean terrace at George’s at the Cove (1250 Prospect St.; 858-454-4244) for local white sea bass with a zucchini basil purée.

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