Eating, Drinking and Recreation Near the Apartments for Rent
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Wine and dine yourself in Gaslamp with dinner at Taka Restaurant and drinks at Patrick's Ii. Residents can choose from either pizza or deli snacks. Bar hop from Whiskey Girl to Shout House, a couple of options in the neighborhood, and enjoy refreshing beverages just the way you like them. To add to that, easy and delicious grub can be ordered up at Subway and Hooters. Both restaurants are in the neighborhood.
Explore and evoke a sense of wonderment and culture at Gaslamp's William Heath Davis House.
Peruse the Yelp page and uncover even more Gaslamp spots where you can relax with good food and great company.
Gaslamp has multiple grocery stores in the area, including King Shop and Hub Market. If you've got a craving for something sweet, Heavenly Cupcake on 6th Ave. or Ghirardelli Chocolate, which is also in the area, are both sure to hit the spot.
Gaslamp has many retailers for last-minute shopping needs, including Gaslamp Reo and Latin Trader.
Demographics and Cost of Living
The cost of living in Gaslamp, part of metropolitan San Diego, is less than it is in Central San Diego. The average household spends $48.2K/year in total expenditures, compared to Central San Diego's $56.8K/year.
The neighborhoods of Gaslamp and Central San Diego are similar in terms of household size. In Gaslamp, the average household size is 1.34 inhabitants, and in Central San Diego it is 1.45 inhabitants.