CorePower Yoga | Craft & Commerce | Sushi Ota | Cellar Door | Kearny Moto Park

Maintain Your Exercise Routine at CorePower Yoga Near AVA Cortez Hill

Regardless of the city and the apartment complex you've lived in, yoga has always been a part of your life. With your move to AVA Cortez Hill, not much has changed. The only thing is that you haven't quite found a yoga studio that feels like home yet. Venture to CorePower Yoga in San Diego and the search might just end there.

Most people practice yoga to improve the overall condition of their mental and physical health. The exercise encourages stretching, working out core muscles, and generally boosting body strength. At CorePower Yoga, guests of all ability levels are welcome to practice yoga. A variety of courses are offered throughout the week, so chances are you can fit your favorite exercise into your schedule. Aside from the passionate and knowledgeable instructors, full class schedule, and first week of free classes offered to newcomers, CorePower Yoga also boasts an upscale studio space.

CorePower Yoga
4592 Clairemont Drive
San Diego, CA 92117
(858) 483-9642

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Head to Craft & Commerce Near AVA Cortez Hill in San Diego for Cocktails With a Kick

San Diego isn't exactly wanting for upscale bars, and yet Craft & Commerce stands out in the city. In fact, it doesn't just stand out among its local peers—according to Food and Wine magazine, Craft & Commerce is one of the best 50 bars in the entire country.

You can determine the validity of this claim yourself if you make the quick drive from AVA Cortez Hill to Craft & Commerce for a bite and a drink. Its cocktails are probably the most praised items on the menu. Sip on a Mexican Fire Drill if you're feeling adventurous; it contains tequila and plenty of heat. The Eastern Prospector, on the other hand, teems with orange-infused bourbon. You can also order a spiked punch bowl for your entire table.

When it comes to food, Craft & Commerce continues to deliver impressive menu items. Try the mac and cheese, the smoked ribs, or the mini corn dogs.

Craft & Commerce
675 West Beech Street
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 269-2202

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Enjoy a Japanese Meal at Sushi Ota Not Far From AVA Cortez Hill

Sushi Chef Ota offers the guests at his restaurant an authentic Japanese dining experience. That's because he was born in Japan and trained there. He knows the tricks of the trade, and according to customers at Sushi Ota, the cuisine here is of high quality. Venture to this San Diego eatery near AVA Cortez Hill, where some of the freshest local fish is used in the carefully prepared dishes.

Browse the menu that consists of sashimi, sushi, and a variety of entrees that are made with chicken, beef, and salmon teriyaki. There are also many sushi combo platters available. Though it might not be something you would normally order, consider trying the sea urchin here. If you'd like to sample a little bit of everything, order the chirashi bowl, which includes yellowtail, octopus, clam, squid, yellow salmon, and other creatures from the sea. Guests can stop by Sushi Ota any day, but lunch is only served Tuesdays through Fridays. There can be a bit of a wait at times, according to regulars, so consider making a reservation.

Sushi Ota
4529 Mission Bay Drive
San Diego, CA 92109
(858) 270-5670

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Cellar Door Near AVA Cortez Hill in San Diego: Supper Served in the Home of a Renowned Chef and Mixologist

Cellar Door doesn't have a brick-and-mortar location—or, at least, not the type you're accustomed to. This exclusive supper club operates out of chef Logan and mixologist Gary's own home in San Diego, located not far from AVA Cortez Hill. Dinners are only held twice per month, so if you're lucky enough to get a reservation (you'll have to get on the mailing list and make reservations via e-mail), don't pass up the opportunity.

Together, Logan and Gary create a well-rounded menu with course-specific cocktails. They focus each dinner on a theme, perhaps something like vegan food, Italian cuisine, or even Southern American food. Crab cakes, fried chicken and biscuits, and squash ravioli are all items you might find on your night's menu. Be warned that spots at each dinner sell out almost immediately, so you'll have to keep a close eye on your e-mail in order to secure your place at the table.

Cellar Door
35th Street
San Diego, CA 92116

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Stay Active and Entertained at Kearny Moto Park Near AVA Cortez Hill in San Diego

BMX biking is about more than just flips and tricks. For those athletes who are truly dedicated to the sport, BMX biking is a culture. At Kearny Moto Park, an amiable and knowledgeable staff supports that culture with access to a fully tricked-out BMX track.

Located not far from AVA Cortez Hill, Kearny Moto Park welcomes both first-time BMXers and seasoned riders alike. Whether you're interested in a trial membership or a full membership, you'll get a reasonable price at Kearny Moto Park. Once you've honed your skills, you can participate in one of Kearny's regular races. They welcome bikers of all levels get involved. If you have a birthday coming up, consider renting out Kearny's track for 2 1/2 hours of fun, just bring your own food and drink. Kearny's Moto Park does have a snack bar for quick bites.

Kearny Moto Park
3170 Armstrong Street
San Diego, CA 92111
(619) 561-3824

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